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Solar System News

Solar System News by Date - view all Solar System News stories listed by date (most recent first).

Solar System News by Topics - view all Solar System News stories listed by topics (the sun, planets and moons, comets, asteroids).

Recent Solar System News stories:

 08/12/10 Extended Period of Lower Solar Activity Linked to Changes in Sun's Conveyor Belt

 05/13/10 Silver Tells a Story of Early Earth: Water Here Since Planet's Very Early Days

 08/27/09 Connections among Solar Cycle, Stratosphere and Ocean Discovered

 08/21/09 Impact on Jupiter - July 2009

 08/16/09 Solar Cycle Linked to Global Climate

 06/26/09 Where have all the sunspots gone?

 06/18/09 Scientists Create First Comprehensive Computer Model of Sunspots

 10/29/07 Comet Holmes

 10/24/07 Solar Telescope Reaches 120,000 Feet on Jumbo-Jet-Sized Balloon

 11/06/06 Mercury Transit on November 8, 2006

 08/24/06 Pluto demoted - no longer a Planet!

 01/11/06 Stardust returns - with comet dust!

 09/22/05 Mars Opposition on October 30, 2005

 03/18/05 Sun-Earth Day 2005 (March 20, 2005)

 01/14/05 Deep Impact Launch

 12/30/04 Huygens probe on its way to Titan

 10/28/04 Cassini Titan Flyby in October 2004

 10/27/04 Lunar Eclipse in October 2004

 10/01/04 Asteroid Toutatis Passes Near Earth

 06/30/04 Cassini arrives at Saturn

 06/11/04 Cassini approaches Saturn's moon Phoebe

 06/02/04 Venus Transit in June 2004

 04/21/04 Hubble Servicing Mission Canceled

 03/17/04 New planetoid named Sedna discovered

 02/26/04 Rosetta ready to go!

 01/15/04 Rosetta mission prepares for launch

 01/14/04 A Rover on the Red Planet! Spirit Will Look at the Geology of Mars

 10/31/03 New Moons of Uranus and Neptune

 10/24/03 Space weather storms from the Sun

 09/19/03 Galileo Reaches the End of its Road

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