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  • NASA on your iPod

    March 21, 2005

    Using an iPod or any portable MP3 player, you can now explore the Universe while driving, jogging, waiting in line ... just about anywhere. It's easy: tune in to the Science@NASA podcast.

  • Solar Minimum Explodes

    Sept. 15, 2005

    With a burst of activity on the sun, solar minimum is looking strangely like Solar Max.

  • How the Earthquake affected Earth

    Jan. 10, 2005

    The Dec. 26th Indonesian megathrust earthquake quickened Earth's rotation and changed our planet's shape.

  • Mars Doubles in Brightness

    Sept. 22, 2005

    The planet Mars, already very bright in the midnight sky, is about to get much brighter.

  • Crackling Planets

    Aug. 10, 2005

    Astronautson The Moonand Mars are going to have to cope with an uncommon amount of static electricity.

  • Moon Tennis

    Aug. 30, 2005

    Humans are heading back to the Moon. Tennis, anyone? Tennis pro Andy Roddick ponders the Physicsof his game on other worlds.

  • Team Me Up, Scotty

    Jan. 10, 2005

    Can a computer teach humans to interact more successfully with other human beings? NASA-funded researchers are "pushing the envelope" to find out.

  • 10th Planet Discovered

    July 29, 2005

    Astronomers have found a new world bigger than Pluto in the outer reaches of the solar system.

  • The 2005 Perseid Meteor Shower

    July 22, 2005

    The planet Mars joins the Perseid meteor shower for a beautiful display on August 12th.

  • NASA - A New Kind of Solar Storm

    Aug. 6, 2008