Company business planning, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration -- Powers and duties, Space ships -- Design and construction, Space vehicles -- Design and construction, Outer space -- Discovery and exploration, and Outer space -- Planning
ON MAY 25, 1961, President John F. Kennedy stood before a joint session of Congress and challenged America to land a man on the Moon by the end of the [...]
Kuiper Belt -- Observations and Kuiper Belt -- Conferences, meetings and seminars
Scientists at the joint meeting of the European Planetary Science Congress and the Division for Planetary Sciences on October 3 announced that an hourglass-shaped Kuiper Belt object (2001 [QG.sub.298]) orbits [...]
Astronomers announced September 21 at the European Planetary Science Congress that Mars' moon Phobos likely formed near its current location after a collision blasted tons of martian material into orbit.
A lightning storm on Saturn broke the record for the solar system's longest continuously observed thunderstorm, astronomers announced at the European Planetary Science Congress September 15. The storm has raged [...]
Planetary meteorology -- Research, Craters -- Discovery and exploration, Mars (Planet) -- Atmosphere, and Mars (Planet) -- Natural history
Astronomers announced September 16 at the European Planetary Science Congress that multiple 'minicomets' helped make 2007's Comet 17P/Holmes more than a million times brighter in less than a day. [...]