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View Resource Hubble Discovers 100 New Planets

British Broadcasting Corporation News Online article published July 2, 2004 on the discovery by The Hubble Space Telescope of as many as one-hundred new planets orbiting stars in our galaxy, almost doubling the number of planets known to be circling other stars to about two-hundred and thirty. Authored by Dr. David Whitehouse, this is a nice brief overview of this massive discovery from this...

View Resource Solar System Exploration: Galileo Legacy Site

Launched from the Kennedy Space Center on October 18th, 1989, the Galileo spacecraft "changed the way we look at our solar system." This is NASA?s website for the Galileo spacecraft's mission to Jupiter. Galileo was the first to measure Jupiter's atmosphere with a descent probe and the first to conduct long-term observations of the Jovian system from orbit. It found evidence of subsurface s...

View Resource Bio-Inspired Engineering of Exploration Systems

A NASA technology brief from May 2003 discusses efforts to combine characteristics of several different species into one artificial creation to optimally serve the purposes of a mission. There is also a very interesting graph which illustrates three different types of mobility used in space craft inspired by insects and birds.

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