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"04.01.2017 16:16:55" Sky & Telescope It's a binocular comet bonanza!
"03.01.2017 17:11:04" cometarysciencenews.org Cometary Science Newsletter, Issue 22, January 2017 Issue 22, January 2017: Refereed article abstracts: Comet Schwassmann-Wachmann 1 outbursts and rotation state; Comet ISON's demise; Thermoluminescence in comets; The asteroid-comet continuum; Hyperactivity of Comet Hartley 2. Issue 22! http://www.cometarysciencenews.org/
"29.11.2016 19:08:46" psi.edu 4*P Coma Morphology Campaign | Planetary Science Institute It's been a long while since we've posted, especially since the mission ended. But since many of our team members continue to work on comet-related projects, we'll post about those as well!
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"07.11.2016 16:47:57" Planetary Science Institute Avalanches, Not Internal Pressure, Cause Comet Nuclei Outbursts
"17.10.2016 13:11:15" 17 Oct: Comet Wirtanen Observers' Workshop at the Division of Planetary Sciences (DPS) meeting in Pasadena (12:30-14:00 PDT).
"01.09.2016 15:42:40" cometarysciencenews.org Cometary Science Newsletter, Issue 17, September 2016 Issue 17, September 2016: Job advertisement: Post-doctoral position for Rosetta infrared molecular data; Refereed article abstracts; Outburst of 174P/Echeclus Cometary Science Newsletter
- Post-doctoral position: Rosetta infrared molecular data
- Comet Notes
- Refereed Journal Papers
+ The primordial nucleus of comet
"23.07.2016 12:57:00" ideas.lego.com Women of NASA Ladies rock outer space! Women have played critical roles throughout the history of the U.S. space program, a.k.a. NASA or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Y... So, this is very cool! But if we want to get this set made, then it needs to get supported. So please consider registering with Lego (free) so that you can support this.
"18.05.2016 01:13:12" College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences - Univ. of Maryland When is a comet not a comet? When it's an asteroid!
Matthew Knight of the University of Maryland Department of Astronomy comments on the identity crisis of Comet 322P/SOHO 1 for New Scientist. Analyses by Knight and his colleagues suggest that 322P
"08.04.2016 01:00:56" youtube.com NASA | Using Color to Search for Alien Earths NASA astronomer Lucy McFadden and UCLA graduate Carolyn Crow recently made a discovery that will help identify characteristics of extrasolar planets. By comp...
"26.02.2016 14:59:40" womeninplanetaryscience.wordpress.com Dr. Beatrice Mueller: Find a great advisor, a great support system, and passions outside of science This interview was conducted by David W. Brown, a freelance writer and contributor to The Week and Vox. He can be found online at Dr. Beatrice E. A. Mueller was born in 1959 near Zurich in Switzerl…
"17.11.2015 02:19:17" Thirty Meter Telescope Too cute!
"07.10.2015 11:19:56" vimeo.com The Rosetta Mission The Rosetta Mission has captured the interest and imagination of a generation and it is not over yet! Take a look at our video which explains what Rosetta and Philae… Cute summary of the mission!
"15.08.2015 01:55:16" diamondbackonline.com Comet probe mission still leaves lasting impact on space science University researchers helped start Deep Impact 10 years ago
"06.07.2015 20:43:48" sunearthday.nasa.gov Sun-Earth Days Sun-Earth Days: New Discoveries One Mission at a Time
"04.07.2015 16:28:08" cmns.umd.edu UMD Astronomers Celebrate ‘Deep Impact’ 10-Year Anniversary Deep Impact and its subsequent investigations transformed our understanding of comets. Ten years ago, University of Maryland astronomers led NASA’s “Deep Impact” mission—when a spacecraft interacted with the surface of a comet for the first time. The
"01.07.2015 18:02:15" cometarysciencenews.org Cometary Science Newsletter In October 2014, comet C/2013 A1 (Siding Spring) passed Mars with a minimum distance near 140,000 km. The encounter was the subject of an interplanetary observing campaign, with 30 separate observation plans submitted, many of which were successful. Cometary Science Newsletter #4 is online http://www.cometarysciencenews.org/
"25.06.2015 21:11:17" spaceref.com Celebrating 10-Year Anniversary of Deep Impact Mission | SpaceRef - Your Space Reference Celebrating 10-Year Anniversary of Deep Impact Mission - SpaceRef Wow! 10 years since the DI mission encounter with Tempel 1! http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewpr.html?pid=46188
"22.04.2015 17:45:42" epoxi.umd.edu NASA - EPOXI Mission - Gallery Videos of the Moon transiting the Earth, as imaged by NASA's EPOXI spacecraft, were made from the still images collected when EPOXI's spacecraft imaged the Earth-Moon system on 28-29 May 2008. When the images were acquired, the spacecraft was just ou Happy Earth Day! Here are some of the images that we collected of Earth during one of the flybys... from 2008! http://epoxi.umd.edu/3gallery/vid_Earth-Moon.shtml
"09.11.2014 15:32:06" cometcampaign.org Comet Dust in Mars' Atmosphere: How Do the Orbiter Observations Relate to the Siding Spring Dust... NASA held a telecon/press conference on November 7 to announce the results from the MAVEN, Mars Express (MEX) and Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) observations that were obtained during the encounter between Mars and comet Siding Spring. The broadca
"10.10.2014 17:53:58" Vote for your favorite robotic space missions, from Sputnik to Curiosity: http://bit.ly/1w4pFFY
We are partnering with Chop Shop to create a series of posters for your living room, based on three robotic space probe missions either from the past or Timeline Photos Vote for Deep Impact Flyby! It flew past 2 comets (Tempel 1 and Hartley 2) as well as observing several exoplanets (as part of the EPOXI Mission.) And of course, we're partial to cometary missions, so we're inclined to vote for Stardust and Rosetta M
"14.08.2014 22:13:42" www.esa.int Rosetta's comet in 3D This anaglyph image of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko can be viewed using stereoscopic glasses with red–green/blue filters.The two images used to make the anaglyph were taken on 7 August 2014 from a distance of 104 kilometres with Rosetta's OSIRIS n Too cool!
"06.08.2014 12:43:38" Ready to be wow-ed? THE latest image from Rosetta has arrived: enjoy a front-row view of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko in stunning detail!!
http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Space_Science/Rosetta/Highlights/Postcards_from_Rosetta Timeline Photos Congrats to the Rosetta Mission for successfully arriving. Great images. Now the adventure begins!
"31.07.2014 19:09:29" #RosettaAreWeThereYet – Fabulous fables and tales of tails Long, long ago men and women on Earth gazed in wonder at comets that appeared in the sky. What where these mysterious objects? Rosetta and Philae learn about... http://youtu.be/9pTd_JHULBM