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Mars - Substantial Fossil Biota by Thomas Lee Elifritz
February 28, 2004 http://marsrovers.jpl.nasa.gov/gallery/all/1/m/034/1M131201699EFF0500P2933M2M1.JPG Thomas Lee Elifritz http://elifritz.members.atlantic.net
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March 7th 04 09:21 AM
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Volcanic Rock in Mars' Gusev Crater Hints at Past Water by Ron
March 7th 04 06:24 AM
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Hollow moon update... by Rick Sobie
Well it seems that the fellows at badastronomy.com can't cut the mustard and have moved the topic from General Astronomy, to Against the Mainstream after I...
March 7th 04 04:20 AM
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Scratch that by Mike Schwab
No, that was a flea jumping 12 inches high to bite you at mid calf. " wrote: I had my telescope turned around. Apparently I was...
March 7th 04 03:07 AM
by Mike Schwab Go to last post
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Mars Exploration Rover Update - March 5, 2004 by Ron
http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/mer2004/daily/3-5-04.cfm Opportunity Status for sol 40 Opportunity Fit at Forty posted Mar. 5, 12:15 pm PST After 40 good days on the...
March 7th 04 01:13 AM
by Kenneth Chiu Go to last post
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Mars Exploration Rovers Update - March 6, 2004 by Ron
http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/mer2004/daily/3-6-04.cfm Spirit Status for sol 61 Leaving Middle Ground posted Mar. 6, 12:00 pm PST After more than a week of camping...
March 7th 04 12:51 AM
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Cohesive RAT Dust by mlm
The six-day investigation of Humphrey has produced some nice MI images such...
March 6th 04 10:11 PM
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Viking had detected life back in 1976 (no doubt) by Rick Sobie
"WTF" wrote in message ... I found this article very interesting ...
March 6th 04 08:29 PM
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ASTRO: Reprocessed Leo Trio with/without Asteroid 940 Kordula by Richard Crisp
At the suggestion of a few imagers, I cleaned up and reprocessed my image of the Leo Trio group of galaxies. I included the asteroid 940 Kordula in one of the...
March 6th 04 03:58 PM
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To boldly go where no one has sold before by CLT
LOL! Clear Skies Chuck Taylor Do you observe the moon? Try the Lunar Observing Group http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lunar-observing/ Lunar Picture of the Day ...
March 6th 04 11:11 AM
by Darla Go to last post
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Mars Exploration Rovers Update - March 3, 2004 by Ron
http://marsrovers.jpl.nasa.gov/mission/status.html SPIRIT UPDATE: Rock Abrasion Tool Back in Action - sol 59, Mar 03, 2004 Waking up to "One More Time" by...
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March 6th 04 02:36 AM
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Mars Rovers power dwindling...why? by Ken
Hi.... Hope this isn't too silly a question...but lately, I've been reading that the Martian Rovers are beginning to have less power available to them because...
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March 5th 04 07:24 PM
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First Silicate Stardust Found In A Meteorite by Ron
Contact: Tony Fitzpatrick 314-935-5272 Washington University in St. Louis First silicate stardust found in a meteorite March 4,...
March 5th 04 06:08 PM
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Cassini Update - March 5, 2004 by Ron
Cassini Significant Events for 02/26/04 - 03/03/04 The most recent spacecraft telemetry was acquired from the Goldstone tracking station on Wednesday, March...
March 5th 04 06:04 PM
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Mars Odyssey THEMIS Images - March 1-5, 2004 by Ron
MARS ODYSSEY THEMIS IMAGES March 1-5, 2004 o THEMIS Images as Art #21 (Released 1 March 2004) http://themis.la.asu.edu/zoom-20040301A.html o THEMIS Images as...
March 5th 04 05:53 PM
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Please critique my hypothesis: an altenative to the Big Bang. by Bill Hobba
SDR wrote: The erroneous idea that matter is fundamental (current before Einstein's time) forced Einstein and his generation of theoreticians/astronomers...
March 5th 04 05:40 PM
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Another biological explanation of the Mars spherules. by Robert Clark
This web page may provide an explanation of the shiny subsurface spherules seen in the trench dug by the Opportunity rover: Desert Varnish On Rocks And...
March 5th 04 04:13 PM
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White Rock on Mars could still be an evaporite deposit. by Robert Clark
The argument that the White Rock formation on Mars is not a kilometer-scale evaporite deposit, carbonate or sulfate, is based on the lack of distinguishing...
March 5th 04 03:56 PM
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Mars: More data, more mysteries. by Robert Clark
Posted to the Habitablezone.com ____________________________________________________________________________ Space Sciences More data, more mysteries. Posted...
March 5th 04 03:47 PM
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Mars fossil petrified root or distinctly layered spherule by MarsFossils
The image below shows either a fossilized root or an Opportunity spherule with very distinct three part layering. Both are about 3 mm in...
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March 5th 04 01:40 PM
by Carsten Troelsgaard Go to last post
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