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Today On Mars: Curiosity Chills Out In Safe Mode While NASA Analyzes Computer Glitch
Corrupted files may be the fault of cosmic radiation.
Weather Balloon Breaks World Record For Longest Flight
Super-TIGER, a heavy-lift balloon, collected so much data in its flight above Antarctica that it will take scientists two years to sort it all out.
Voyager 1, Moving Ever Closer to Solar System’s Edge, Hit By Rapidly Increasing Amounts of Cosmic Rays
It's perched on the very edge of the solar system, and new data is the strangest yet
For the First Time, Human-Made Probe Samples Atoms From Beyond the Solar System
A small Earth-orbiting probe has sampled the interstellar wind for the first time, detecting four types of atoms that originated...
Space Weather Is Worsening; Could Mean Risk for Astronauts and Delay Manned Mars Missions
The hibernating sun leaves humans unprotected
CERN Experiment Finds Possible Link Between Cosmic Rays and Climate Change
Emphasis on "possible"
PAMELA Spacecraft Finds a Belt of Antimatter Around the Earth
You probably didn’t wake up this morning wondering what happens to the antiprotons that must be created by the collision...
Approaching Solar System’s Edge, Voyager Probes Detect A Foamy Sea of Magnetic Bubbles
A frothy moat, not a shield, protects us from cosmic rays
Unexpectedly, Cosmic Ray Intensity in Space Reaches Highest Level in 50 Years
High cosmic ray levels may threaten future human missions to Mars
Cosmic Rays and Climate Change
A pair of particle physicists bust up a theory about cosmic rays and global warming