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June 05, 2008

NASA Pronounces Phoenix Mars Lander Ready To Gather Samples

Odyssey Orbiter Issue Delays First Scientific Dig

Two practice rounds of digging and dumping the clumpy soil at the Martian arctic site this week gave scientists and engineers gathered at the University of Arizona confidence to begin using Phoenix's Robotic Arm to deliver soil samples to instruments on the lander deck.

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NASA IG Says Agency Erred In Suppressing Global Warming Info

But Adds Misdeeds Limited To Public Affairs Office

Claims brought against NASA regarding suppression of information tied to global warming appear to have been right on target, according to a 48-page report released Monday by the agency's inspector general's office.

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NASA Says ISS Toilet Is Back In Business

Oh, Sweet Relief...

Nevermind the STS-124 mission's high-minded installation of the second and largest Kibo lab module onboard the International Space Station. What mattered most to the Expedition 17 crew onboard the ISS had to be the station's ill-mannered toilet... and we're happy to report it appears the astro-urinal is back in business.

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