Articles by Deborah Zabarenko



NASA Probes Still Going Strong at 25

  • 23 August 02
  • Reuters
NASA's twin Voyager spaceships celebrated their 25th year this week by speeding toward the very edge of our solar system, carrying messages from Mozart, Bach and Chuck Berry.

Hubble Sees Planet With Atmosphere

  • 29 November 01
  • Reuters
The Hubble Space Telescope has spied the atmosphere of a planet orbiting a star 150 light-years from Earth in the constellation Pegasus, NASA said.

U.S. Warns Afghans to Avoid Mistaking Bombs for Rations

  • 31 October 01
  • Reuters
U.S. radio broadcasts into Afghanistan now include a safety warning: airdropped food parcels are square, unexploded cluster bombs are can-shaped, and both are yellow, so it is important to tell them apart.

NASA to Build Part if Russia Can't

Crazy Attraction to Van Gogh Draws Thousands to Exhibit

U.S. Grills Space Officials On Mir Safety Conditions

Private Space Probe to Survey Asteroids for Highest Bidder

Power Problem May Keep U.S. Astronaut from Mir

Federal Panel Gives Nod to Abortion Pill

Hubble Eye Sheds Light On Cosmos

U.S. Seeks Russian Help To Build Space Station