Weather Interferes With NASA Test Flight

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Artist concept of the Ares I-X rocket. Courtesy of NASA hide caption

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NASA To Launch World's Tallest Rocket

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Panel: NASA's Moon Plan Lacks Funds

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Panel: NASA Should Skip Moon

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Every time you crack open a soda, your taste buds may help you get the full experience of the carbonated beverage. Arthur Carlo Franco/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Study: When Soda Fizzes, Your Tongue Tastes It

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Spacecraft Crashes Into Moon In Search Of Water

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Spacecraft Makes A Splash On The Moon

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Nobel Chemistry Prize Goes To 2 Americans, 1 Israeli

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The winners of the 2009 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, from left: Thomas Steitz, Ada Yonath and Venkatraman Ramakrishnan. Michel Marzlend/Yale University, Michael Probst/AP, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology hide caption

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Makers Of Ribosome Map Win Chemistry Nobel

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Plutonium Shortage Could Stall Space Exploration

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The moon is generally thought to be a dry place, and the discovery of water on its surface comes as an unexpected — and exciting — surprise for researchers. Carolina K. Smith/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Surprise! Water Found On Moon's Surface

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This radar image taken by Cassini in July 2006 of Titan, one of Saturn's moons, provides convincing evidence that it is covered by large bodies of liquid. NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute hide caption

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Exploring A Moon By Boat

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This 'butterfly' nebula was captured with Hubble's newly updated imaging. NASA hide caption

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Souped-Up Hubble Makes A Comeback

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