The IBEX Team

Principal Investigator

Dave McComas Southwest Research Institute

Co-Investigators

Peter Bochsler University of Bern
Maciej Bzowski Polish Academy of Sciences
Hans Fahr Universität Bonn
Horst Fichtner Ruhr- Universität Bochum
Priscilla Frisch University of Chicago
Herb Funsten Los Alamos National Laboratory
Stephen Fuselier Southwest Research Institute
Mike Gruntman University of Southern California
Vlad Izmodenov Moscow State University
Paul Knappenberger Adler Planetarium
Marty Lee University of New Hampshire
Stefano Livi Southwest Research Institute
Don Mitchell John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Eberhard Moebius University of New Hampshire
Tom Moore NASA Goddard
Ed Roelof John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Nathan Schwadron University of New Hampshire
Peter Wurz University of Bern
Gary Zank University of Alabama

Science Team

Eric Christian NASA
Geoff Crew Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Bob DeMajistre John Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab
Mihir Desai Southwest Research Institute
Vladimir Florinski University of Alabama in Huntsville
Peter Ford Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Konstantin Gamayunov Florida Institute of Technology
Peter Gary Los Alamos National Lab
Arthur Ghielmetti Lockheed Martin
Jacob Heerikuisen University of Alabama in Huntsville
David Heirtzler University of New Hampshire
Johnny Hsieh University of Arizona
Jorg-Micha Jahn Southwest Research Institute
Paul Janzen University of Montana
Jozsef Kota University of Arizona
Harald Kucharek University of New Hampshire
Vladmir G. Kurt Russian Academy of Sciences
Rosine Lallement CNRS (Scientific Research National Agency)
William Lewis Southwest Research Institute
Bob MacDowall NASA
Stefano Massetti Instituto di Nazionale Astrofisica
Ralph McNutt John Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab
Wendy Mills Southwest Research Institute
Xenophon Moussas University of Athens
Hans-Reinhard Mueller Dartmouth College
Joey Mukherjee Southwest Research Institute
Keiichi Ogasawara Southwest Research Institute
Merav Opher George Mason University
Stefano Orsini Instituto di Nazionale Astrofisica
Joe Peterson Southwest Research Institute
Steven Petrinec Lockheed Martin
Nick Pogorelov University of Alabama in Huntsville
Arik Posner NASA
Seth Redfield Wesleyan University
Ina Robertson University of Kansas
Klaus Scherer Institut für Theoretische Physik IV
Jonathan Slavin Center for Astrophyics, Harvard
Mark Tapley Southwest Research Institute
Phil Valek Southwest Research Institute
Roland Vanderspek Boston University
Dan Winske Los Alamos National Lab
Brian Wood Naval Research Lab
Ming Zhang Florida Institute of Technology

Management Team

John Scherrer Southwest Research Institute
Chelle Reno Southwest Research Institute
Robert Lockwood Orbital Sciences Corporations

Operations Team

Geoff Crew Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Ken Fairchild University of New Hampshire
Marty Quinn University of New Hampshire
Joe Peterson Southwest Research Institute
Roland Vanderspek Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sheral Wesley Orbital Sciences Corporations
Tim Perry Orbital Sciences Corporations
Ryan Tyler Orbital Sciences Corporations
Bret Hautamaki Orbital Sciences Corporations
James Bobbett Orbital Sciences Corporations
John Carrico Applied Defense Solutions
Lisa Policastri Applied Defense Solutions
Ryan Lebois Applied Defense Solutions
Marissa Intellisano Applied Defense Solutions
John Ferreira Applied Defense Solutions
Nigel Angold Southwest Research Institute

Technical Support

Maureen Ahr Southwest Research Institute
Sonya Smith University of New Hampshire

IBEX Formal Collaborators

Frederic Allegrini Southwest Research Institute
George Gloeckler University of Michigan
Dan Reisenfeld University of Montana
Martin Wieser Swedish Institute of Space Physics
Manfred Witte Max Planck Institute

Post-Docs supported by IBEX unless otherwise noted

Maher A. Dayeh Southwest Research Institute
André Galli University of Bern (supported by Canton of Bern funds)
Raluca Ilie Los Alamos National Laboratory
George Livadiotis Southwest Research Institute
Christina Prested Boston University
Lukas Saul University of Bern (supported by Canton of Bern funds)
Jürgen Scheer University of Bern (supported by PRODEX (ESA)
Mark Siewert University of Bonn (supported by German science money DFG)
Bertland Zieger Boston University

 

PhDs

Christina Prested Boston University
Diego Rodriguez University of Bern (PhD ongoing)
Martin Wieser University of Bern
Eric Zirnstein University of Alabama. Supported by a NASA NESSF fellowship to
look at ENA flux generated in simulations, and how this can be related
to IBEX observations. He is co-author on several publications, and
should be completing his thesis in the spring of 2014.
Penny Wu Boston University


Graduate Students

George Clark University of Texas at San Antonio/Southwest Research Institute
Janie de la Rosa University of Texas at San Antonio/Southwest Research Institute
Rob Ebert University of Texas at San Antonio/Southwest Research Institute
Joshua French University of New Hampshire, Analysis of the interstellar H flow
Theo Fröhlich University of Bern (supported by Canton of Bern funds)
Sara Jans University of Bern (supported by Canton of Bern funds)
Akito Kawamura University of Alabama, masters thesis on Oxygen atoms from the interstellar medium and how they could be detected by IBEX. Pursuing PhD in Japan.
Trevor Leonard University of New Hampshire, Analysis of the interstellar He flow parameters, temperatures of different species
Jeewoo Park University of New Hampshire, Analysis of O energetic neutral atom distributions
Manasi Patil University of New Hampshire, Star Sensor data analysis
Christina Prested Boston University
Marty Quinn University of New Hampshire, ISOC software simulation and analysis, website design for IBEX data releases and Co-PI for IBEX sonification for NASA E/PO grant.
Brent Randol University of Texas at San Antonio/Southwest Research Institute
Marissa Rousseau University of New Hampshire (not directly supported by IBEX), Analytical and Mathematica calculations of ISM He and H distributions in the heliosphere.
Peter Wahlström University of Bern (supported by Canton of Bern funds)
Martin Wieser University of Bern (supported by Canton of Bern funds), IBEX-Lo ion-optical design, IBEX-Lo prototype, 2002-2005
Penny Wu Boston University
Xian Wu University of New Hampshire, Analytic analysis of the interstellar gas flow, as seen by IBEX. Left with Masters.
Stephen Zaffke Masters Thesis on Calibration of the IBEX collimators.  Now Physics teacher in Minnesota.
Eric Zirnstein University of Alabama

Undergraduate Students

Katy Goodrich Boston University
Kris Maynard Boston University
Jamison Passuite Boston University
Brent Randol Boston University
Jacob Siegel Boston University
Brian Stuart Boston University
Julia Williams Boston University
Eric Couture UNH, IBEX collimator prototype design, 2004
Kevin Hamer UNH, Physics, IBEX-Lo sensor simulations, 2005
Michael Antosh UNH, Physics, IBEX-Lo sensor simulations, 2005
Morgan O'Neill UNH, Physics, IBEX-Lo star sensor development, calibration, and first data analysis; Senior Thesis; 2005 - 2009; co-author on several papers
George Clark UNH, Physics, IBEX-Lo star sensor development, calibration, and first data analysis; Senior Thesis; 2005 - 2009; co-author on several papers
Michael Borrelli UNH, IBEX-Lo star sensor design, 2005-2006
Lee Petersen UNH, Physics, IBEX-Lo TOF calibration analysis, First Ne/O ISN flow ratios; Senior Thesis; 2006 - 2010; co-author on several papers
Darren Valovcin UNH, Physics, ISN flow composition analysis; 2009 - 2011
Christine Warden UNH, Physics, analysis of heliospheric ionization rates; 2012 - ongoing 
Sofia Tanberg
University of Montana
Tamara Abell University of Montana
Peter Wahlström University of Bern, Switzerland, ta-C conversion surfaces, 2006-2007
Martin Wieser University of Bern, Switzerland, conversion surfaces, 2001

Education and Public Outreach

Lindsay Bartolone Adler Planetarium E/PO Lead
Michelle Nichols Adler Planetarium E/PO Team
Andi Nelson Adler Planetarium E/PO Team
Jennifer Bundy Adler Planetarium E/PO Team
Craig De Voto Adler Planetarium E/PO Team
Natalie Finn Adler Planetarium E/PO Team

Guest Investigators

Table 5 Grants supported by NASA’s GI program that enrich IBEX

PI: Affiliation: Title:
Jacob Heerikhuisen University of Alabama (Hunt.) Global modeling of ENA fluxes in the heliosphere
Jozsef Kota University of Arizona Theory, Hybrid Simulation, and Modeling of ENAs in the Heliosheath
Harald Kucharek University of New Hampshire Ion Distribution Functions at the Termination Shock
Ming Zhang Florida Institute of Technology A Module of Particle Acceleration for the Calculation of ENA Emission
Jorg-Micha Jahn Southwest Research Institute Magnetospheric observation with IBEX

International Guest Investigators

International partners have provided a large number of essential contributions to the success of the IBEX mission. Co-Investigators in Poland, Switzerland, Russia, and Germany, funded by national agencies, contributed significantly to IBEX hardware, data analyses, and data interpretation.

Poland

Represented by the group around Prof. Dr. Maciej Bzowski, Polish investigators provided outstanding support in determining the accuracy of the pointing of IBEX-lo by using the Star Sensor data. This is of extreme importance for determining the interstellar gas flow parameters. This group also supported the IBEX-lo data analysis for the interstellar flow by performing test particle simulations. These calculations are considered as the third building block next to analytic considerations and data analysis to provide reliable interstellar flow parameters.

Grants from the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education

No N522 002 31/0902 System of modeling, visualization, and distribution of data from the IBEX-Lo instrument on the NASA space mission Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX)


Grants managed by the Polish National Science Center

No NS-1260-11-09 Science and technology involvement of Poland in the space mission IBEX
No N-N203-513-038What does IBEX see -- an attempt to interpret first results from the Interstellar Boundary Explorer

Personnel:

Dr. Maciej Bzowski
Dr. Eng. Marek Hlond
Dr. Andrzej Czechowski
Professor Stanislaw Grzedzielski
Dr. Marek Strumik
Ms Jolanta Grygorczuk
Ms Marzena A. Kubiak
Ms Justyna M. Sokół (PhD student)
Mr Sławomir Tarnopolski (PhD student)
Ms Marta Wachowicz (PhD student)
Mr Pawel Swaczyna (undergraduate student)
Mr Jakub Smyk (undergraduate student)

Switzerland

Represented by Prof. Dr. P. Wurz and Prof. Dr. P. Bochsler at the University of Bern, contributed substantially to the understanding of geometric factor and onboard data of IBEX-lo.  Their scientific contributions have helped to characterize interstellar hydrogen, Deuterium, as well as the Ne/O ratio. They also contributed to the accurate determination of the interstellar flow parameter by performing Monte Carlo simulations and applying maximum likelihood analysis studies.

Funding Agency:
Swiss Space Office (PRODEX Grant):

Funded proposals
Grant: Imaging of the heliospheric-interstellar gas boundary with energetic neutrals

Funding Agency:
Swiss National Science Foundation:

Funded proposals
Grant: Investigation of the solar system with in-situ mass spectrometry and remote sensing techniques

Russia

Represented by Prof. Dr. Vladislav V. Izmodenov and collaborators, supported the IBEX-lo data analysis by modeling of the heliospheric interface, which is the result of the solar wind interaction with the interstellar medium. They developed a kinetic-gasdynamic and a kinetic Magneto-Hydro-Dynamic (MHD) model to investigate the stochastic acceleration model for pickup ions and the supersonic solar wind ions and in the heliosheath. These models are of particular interest to understand the energy spectrum of the Energetic Neutral Atoms (ENAs).

Funding Agency:
Russian Foundation of Basic Research

Funded proposals

"3D structure of the heliospheric boundary: analyses of heliospheric ENA fluxes and backscattered solar Lyman-alpha by using kinetic-gasdynamic models"


Germany

Represented by the University of Bonn by Prof. Dr. Hans J. Fahr and Dr. H. Fichtner at the University of Bochum and their scientific teams, supported the IBEX mission with theoretical considerations for possible source regions and populations of the IBEX ribbon. Using their theoretical models they provided estimates of the energetic neutral atom fluxes from the heliosheath and their variation during the activity phase of the solar cycle.

Funding Agency:
DFG (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft):

Funded proposals:
- Si-1550/2-1: Studying the ribbon feature observed by IBEX in the outer heliosphere.
- Si-1550/2-2: Interpretation of the ribbon-like ENA feature oberved by IBEX.

Funding from DFG for IBEX Workshops:
(a)  Workshop "Cosmic Rays and the Heliospheric Plasma Environment",   see http://helio_cr.tp4.rub.de/Bochum/

(b) IBEX SWT & Workshop: "Three Years of Observations with IBEX - What did
we learn about the Outer Heliosphere?" see http://helio_cr.tp4.rub.de/BadHonnef/

 

Potential Future Guest Investigations

Guest investigator programs remain a vital component of the IBEX mission. The success of the previous IBEX science investigations is based on effective data analysis combined with numerical modeling and theoretical considerations.  The fundamental science objectives of the IBEX mission combine solar,  astro- and heliospheric physics. It is vital that we continue outer heliospheric guest investigations into the complex myriad of kinetic processes, ionization, charge exchange, ion acceleration and filtration with global heliospheric structures.  Guest investigations provide a unique means of supporting projects that cut across active missions such as Voyager, SDO, and STEREO and of course IBEX. Potential future guest investigations of particular importance to IBEX include:

Heavy Interstellar Atoms in the Heliosphere

Distributions of heavy atoms that include secondary atoms and even some ENAs can be computed at various points inside the heliosphere. This will enable the Oxygen and Helium data from IBEX to be carefully compared to models that include the full heliospheric filtration effects.

ENA Fluxes for IBEX Derived from a Kinetic Treatment of Atoms and Pickup Ions

Utilizing a combination of advanced MHD models of the heliosphere and detailed kinetic models provides fundamental insights into IBEX-observed energy distributions.

Influences of Turbulence and Physical Processes on Multiple Scales

Processes that occur on a wide-range of scales (ion kinetic to MHD scale) influence IBEX ENA maps. For example, the heliosheath proton distributions are determined in part by their interactions at the TS. Global MHD, Hybrid and full particle codes are proven to be extremely useful tools to understand the shape and the evolution of ion, electron and neutral distributions. Exploiting these techniques to understand observed ENA distributions provides fundamental insights into kinetic physics of the outer heliosphere.

 

Letters of Commitment for future E/PO collaborations

 

IRIS

STANFORD UNIVERSITY

W.W. HANSEN EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS LABORATORY

February 1, 2013

To Whom It May Concern:

IRIS E/PO intends to contribute, as funding allows, to the continuation of the Heliophysics Educator Ambassador program. The next iteration of the HEA program will target informal (i.e. museum, afterschool, etc.) educators and will be led by IBEX. This will be a collaborative effort among several heliophysics E/PO missions: IBEX, CINDI, THEMIS/ARTEMIS, RHESSI, TIMED, Voyager, MMS, Van Allen Probes, Solar Probe Plus, SDO, and IRIS. I look forward to having the opportunity to work with the entire Heliophysics mission collaboration on the HEA program.

Sincerely,

IRIS

Deborah Scherrer Director, Stanford Solar Center

Stanford Solar Center http://solar-center.stanford.edu 452 Lomita Mall, Room 134 Stanford, CA 94305-4085 650-723-1495 dscherrer@solar.stanford.edu

 

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123 Publications (Rev. 12/3/12) and 1435 Citations (Rev 2/11/13)

Year

Citations (Rev 2/11/13)

Reference

2004

3

1. McComas, D.J., F. Allegrini, P. Bochsler, M. Bzowski, M. Collier, H. Fahr, H. Fichtner, P. Frisch, H. Funsten, S. Fuselier, G. Gloeckler, M. Gruntman, V. Izmodenov, P. Knappenberger, M. Lee, S. Livi, D. Mitchell, E. Möbius, T. Moore, D. Reisenfeld, E. Roelof, N. Schwadron, M. Wieser, M. Witte, P. Wurz, and G. Zank, The Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX), Physics of the Outer Heliosphere, Third Annual IGPP Conference, AIP CP719, eds. V. Florinski, N.V. Pogorelov, G.P. Zank, 162-181, 2004.

2005

8

2. McComas, D.J., F. Allegrini, L. Bartolone, P. Bochsler, M. Bzowski, M. Collier, H. Fahr, H. Fichtner, P. Frisch, H. Funsten, S. Fuselier, G. Gloeckler, M. Gruntman, V. Izmodenov, P. Knappenberger, M. Lee, S. Livi, D. Mitchell, E. Möbius, T. Moore, S. Pope, D. Reisenfeld, E. Roelof, H. Runge, J. Scherrer, N. Schwadron, R. Tyler, M. Wieser, M. Witte, P. Wurz, and G. Zank, The Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) mission, Proceedings Solar Wind 11 – SOHO 16 "Connecting Sun and Heliosphere", (ESA SP-592, September 2005), 689-692, Whistler, Canada, 2005

2005

4

3. Sternal, O., K. Scherer, H. Fichtner, and H. Fahr, All-Sky ENA flux maps for IBEX from 3D modeling, Proceedings Solar Wind 11 – SOHO 16 "Connecting Sun and Heliosphere",            (ESA SP-592, September 2005), 383, Whistler, Canada, 2005.

2006

2

4. Bzowski, M., and S. Tarnopolski, Neutral atom transport from the termination shock to 1 AU,  Proceedings of the Fifth Annual IGPP Astrophysics Conference, Physics of the Inner Heliosheath: Voyager Observations, Theory, and Future Prospects, ed. J. Heerikhuisen, V. Florinski, G.P. Zank, N.V. Pogorelov, AIP CP-858, 251-256, 2006.

2006

1

5. Grzędzielski, S., M. Wachowicz, M. Bzowski, V. Izmodenov, Solar ions in the heliosheath: a possible new source of heavy neutral atoms, Proceedings of the Fifth Annual IGPP           Astrophysics Conference, Physics of the Inner Heliosheath: Voyager Observations, Theory,                 and Future Prospects, ed. J. Heerikhuisen, V. Florinski, G.P. Zank,  N.V. Pogorelov, AIP CP-858, 257-263, 2006.

2006

19

6. McComas, D.J., F. Allegrini, L. Bartolone, P. Bochsler, M. Bzowski, M. Collier, H. Fahr, H. Fichtner, P. Frisch, H. Funsten, S. Fuselier, G. Gloeckler, M. Gruntman, V. Izmodenov, P. Knappenberger, M. Lee, S. Livi, D. Mitchell, E. Moebius, T. Moore, S. Pope, D. Reisenfeld, E. Roelof, H. Runge, J. Scherrer, N. Schwadron, R. Tyler, M. Wieser, M. Witte, P. Wurz, and G. Zank, The Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX): Update at the end of Phase B, Physics of the Inner Heliosheath, CP 858, Proceedings of 5th Annual International Astrophysics Conference, 241-250, 2006.

2007

16

7. Fahr, H.-J., H. Fichtner, and K. Scherer, Theoretical aspects of energetic neutral atoms as       messengers from distant plasma sites with emphasis on the heliosphere, Reviews of           Geophysics, 45, 4003, 2007

2007

2

8. Möbius, E., S. Fuselier, M. Granoff, E. Hertzberg, B. King, H. Kucharek, S. Livi, S. Longworth, N. Paschalidis, L. Saul, J. Scheer, C. Schlemm, M. Wieser, and P. Wurz, Time-of-Flight detector system of the IBEX-Lo sensor with low background performance for heliospheric ENA detection, Proc. of the 30th Int. Cosmic Ray Conf., on CD, 2007

2007

5

9. Wieser, M., P. Wurz, E. Moebius, S.A. Fuselier, E. Hertzberg, and D.J. McComas, The ion-optical prototype of the low energy neutral atom sensor of the Interstellar Boundary Explorer Mission (IBEX), Rev. Sci. Instr., 78, 124502-1/124502-14, 2007

2008

2

10. Allegrini, F., R.W. Ebert, J.E. Alquiza, T. Broiles, C. Dunn, D.J. McComas, I. Silva, P. Valek, and J. Westlake, A mass analysis technique using coincidence measurements from the Interstellar Boundary Explorer-Hi (~0.3 - ~6 keV) detector, Rev. Sci. Instrumen., 79,                 096107, 2008.

2008

29

11. Bzowski, M., Survival probability and energy modification of hydrogen Energetic Neutral Atoms on their way from the termination shock to Earth orbit, Astron. Astrophys., 488,1057-1068, 2008.

2008

24

12. Prested, C., N. Schwadron, J. Passuite, B. Randol, B. Stuart, G. Crew, J. Heerikhuisen, N. Pogorelov, G. Zank, M. Opher, F. Allegrini, D.J. McComas, M. Reno, E. Roelof, S. Fuselier, H. Funsten, E. Moebius, and L. Saul, Implications of solar wind suprathermal tails for IBEX ENA images of the heliosheath, J. Geophys. Res., 113, A06102, doi: 10.1029/2007JA012758, 2008.

2008

18

13. Sternal, O., H. Fichtner, and K. Scherer, Calculation of the energetic neutral atom flux from a 3D time-dependent model heliosphere, Astronomy and Astrophysics 477, 365-371, 2008.

2008

6

14. Tarnopolski, S. and M. Bzowski, Detectability of neutral interstellar deuterium by a            forthcoming SMEX mission IBEX, Astr. Ap., 483, L35-L38, 2008.

2008

8

15. Wurz, P., L. Saul, J. Scheer, E. Möbius, H. Kucharek, and S. Fuselier, Negative helium                 generation upon surface scattering: Application in space science, J. Appl. Physics, 103, 5,                 2008.

2009

4

16. Allegrini, F., G.B. Crew, D. Demkee, H.O. Funsten, D.J. McComas, B. Randol, B.                Rodriguez, N.A. Schwadron, P. Valek, and S. Weidner, The IBEX background monitor,               Space Sci. Rev., doi 10.1007/s11214-008-9439-8, 146, 105-115, 2009.

2009

0

17. Bartolone, L.M., K. Carney, S.B. Cohen, J. Erickson, J. Gutbezahl, P.H. Knappenberger,         and D.J. McComas, IBEX education and public outreach, Space Sci. Rev., doi                 10.1007/s11214-009-9519-4, 146, 353-369, 2009.

2009

31

18. Frisch, P.C., M. Bzowski, E. Grün, V. Izmodenov, H. Krüger, J.L. Linsky, D.J. McComas, E. Möbius, S. Redfield, N. Schwadron, R. Shelton, J. D. Slavin, and B.E. Wood, The galactic environment of the Sun: Interstellar material inside and outside of the heliosphere, Space Sci. Rev., doi 10.1007/s11214-009-9502-0, 146, 235-273, 2009.

2009

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19. Funsten, H.O., F. Allegrini, P. Bochsler, G. Dunn, S. Ellis, D. Everett, M.J. Fagan, S.A. Fuselier, M. Granoff, M. Gruntman, A.A. Guthrie, J. Hanley, R.W. Harper, D. Heirtzler, P. Janzen, K.H. Kihara, B. King, H. Kucharek, M.P. Manzo, M. Maple, K. Mashburn, D.J. McComas, E. Moebius, J. Nolin, D. Piazza, S. Pope, D.B. Reisenfeld, B. Rodriguez, E.C. Roelof, L. Saul, S. Turco, P. Valek, S. Weidner, P. Wurz, and S. Zaffke, The Interstellar Boundary Explorer High Energy (IBEX-Hi) neutral atom imager, Space Sci. Rev., doi 10.1007/s11214-009-9504-y, 146, 75-103, 2009.

2009

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20. Funsten, H.O., F. Allegrini, G.B. Crew, R. DeMajistre, P.C. Frisch, S.A. Fuselier, M. Gruntman, P. Janzen, D.J. McComas, E. Möbius, B. Randol, D.B. Reisenfeld, E.C. Roelof, and N.A. Schwadron, Structures and spectral variations of the outer heliosphere in IBEX energetic neutral atom maps, Science, 326, doi: 10.1126/science.1180927, 964-966, 2009.

2009

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21. Fuselier, S.A., F. Allegrini, H.O. Funsten, A.G. Ghielmetti, D. Heirtzler, H. Kucharek, O.W. Lennartsson, D.J. McComas, E. Möbius, T.E. Moore, S.M. Petrinec, L.A. Saul, J.A. Scheer, N. Schwadron, and P. Wurz, Width and variation of the ENA flux ribbon observed by the Interstellar Boundary Explorer, Science, 326, doi: 10.1126/science.1180981, 962-964, 2009.

2009

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22. Fuselier, S.A., P. Bochsler, D. Chornay, G. Clark, G.B. Crew, G. Dunn, S. Ellis, T. Friedmann, H.O. Funsten, A.G. Ghielmetti, J. Googins, M.S. Granoff, J.W. Hamilton, J. Hanley, D. Heirtzler, E. Hertzberg, D. Isaac, B. King, U. Knauss, H. Kucharek, F. Kudirka, S. Livi, J. Lobell, S. Longworth, K. Mashburn, D.J. McComas, E. Möbius, A.S. Moore, T.E. Moore, R.J.  Nemanich, J. Nolin, M. O’Neal, D. Piazza, L. Peterson, S.E. Pope, P. Rosmarynowski, L.A. Saul, J.R. Scherrer, J.A. Scheer, C. Schlemm, N.A. Schwadron, C. Tillier, S. Turco, J. Tyler, M. Vosbury, M. Wieser, P. Wurz, and S. Zaffke, The IBEX-Lo sensor, Space Sci. Rev., doi 10.1007/s11214-009-9495-8, 146, 117-147, 2009.

2009

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23. Izmodenov, V.V., Y.G. Malama, M.S. Ruderman, S.V. Chalov, D.B. Alexashov, O.A. Katushikina, E.A. Provornikova, Kinetic-gasdynamic modeling of the heliospheric interface,              Space Sci. Rev., doi 10.1007/s11214-009-9528-3, 146, 329-351, 2009.

2009

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24. Krimigis, S.M., D.G. Mitchell, E.C. Roelof, K.C. Hsieh, and D.J. McComas, Imaging the                 interaction of the heliosphere with the interstellar medium from Saturn with Cassini,                 Science, 326, doi: 10.1126/science.1181079, 971-973, 2009.

2009

13

25.           Lee, M.A., H.J. Fahrm, H. Kucharek, E. Moebius, C. Prested, N.A. Schwadron, and P. Wu, Physical processes in the outer heliosphere, Space Sci. Rev., doi 10.1007/s11214-009-9522-      9, 146, 275-294, 2009.

2009

0

26.           McComas, D.J., Exploring the boundaries of our heliosphere: The Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) and Solar Probe, Proceedings of Future Perspectives of Space Plasma & Particle Instrumentation & International Collaborations Conference (2006), AIP CP1144, Eds. Hirahara, Miyoshi, Terada, Shinohara, Mukai, Tokyo Japan, 223-227, 2009.

2009

1

27.           McComas, D.J., ENA imaging of the inner heliosheath – preparing for the Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX), Space Sci. Rev., doi: 10.1007/s11214-008-9410-8, 143, 125-            138, 2009.

2009

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28.           McComas, D.J., F. Allegrini, P. Bochsler, M. Bzowski, M. Collier, H. Fahr, H. Fichtner, P. Frisch, H.O. Funsten, S.A. Fuselier, G. Gloeckler, M. Gruntman, V. Izmodenov, P. Knappenberger, M. Lee, S. Livi, D. Mitchell, E. Moebius, T. Moore, S. Pope, D. Reisenfeld, E. Roelof, J. Scherrer, N. Schwadron, R. Tyler, M. Wieser, M. Witte, P. Wurz, and G. Zank, IBEX – Interstellar Boundary Explorer, Space Sci. Rev., doi 10.1007/s11214-009-9499-4, 146, 11-33, 2009.

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30.           McComas, D.J. et al., First results from the Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) mission, Solar Wind 12 Conference Proceedings, AIP CP1216, pp. 539-542, 2009.

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31.           McComas, D.J., F. Allegrini, P. Bochsler, P. Frisch, H.O. Funsten, M. Gruntman, P.H. Janzen, H. Kucharek, E. Möbius, D.B. Reisenfeld, and N.A. Schwadron, Lunar backscatter and neutralization of the solar wind: First observations of neutral atoms from the Moon,     Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, L12104, doi:10.1029/2009GL038794, 2009.

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32.           Möbius, E., P. Bochsler, M. Bzowski, G. Crew, H.O. Funsten, S.A. Fuselier,
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33.           Möbius, E., H. Kucharek, G. Clark, M. O’Neill, L. Petersen, M. Bzowski, L. Saul, P. Wurz, S.A. Fuselier, V.V. Izmodenov, D.J. McComas, H.R. Müller, and D.B. Alexashov, Diagnosing the neutral interstellar gas flow at 1 AU with IBEX-Lo, Space Sci. Rev., 146, doi 10.1007/s11214-009-9498-5, 149-172, 2009.

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34.       Scherrer, J., J. Carrico, J. Crock, W. Cross, A. DeLosSantos, A. Dunn, G. Dunn, M. Epperly, B. Fields, E. Fowler, T. Gaio, J. Gerhardus, W. Grossman, J. Hanley, B. Hautamaki, D. Hawes, W. Holemans, S. Kinaman, S. Kirn, C. Loeffler, D.J. McComas, A. Osovets, T. Perry, M. Peterson, M. Phillips, S. Pope, G. Rahal, M. Tapley, R. Tyler, B. Ungar, E. Walter, S. Wesley, and T. Wiegand, The IBEX flight segment, Space Sci. Rev.,       doi 10.1007/s11214-009-9514-9, 146, 35-73, 2009.

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36.       Schwadron, N.A., G. Crew, R. Vanderspek, F. Allegrini, M. Bzowski, R. DeMajistre, G. Dunn, H. Funsten, S.A. Fuselier, K. Goodrich, M. Gruntman, J. Hanley, J. Heerikhuisen, D. Heirtzler, P. Janzen, H. Kucharek, C. Loeffler, K. Mashburn, K. Maynard, D.J. McComas, E. Möbius, C. Prested, B. Randol, D. Reisenfeld, M. Reno, E. Roelof, and P. Wu, The Interstellar Boundary Explorer Science Operations Center, Space Sci. Rev., doi 10.1007/s11214-009-9513-x, 146, 207-234, 2009.

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37.       Wurz, P., S.A. Fuselier, E. Möbius, H.O. Funsten, P.C. Brandt, F. Allegrini, A.G. Ghielmetti, R. Harper, E. Hertzberg, P. Janzen, H. Kucharek, D.J. McComas, E.C. Roelof, L. Saul, J. Scheer, M. Wieser, and Y. Zheng, IBEX backgrounds and signal-to-noise ratio, Space Sci. Rev., doi 10.1007/s11214-009-9515-8, 146, 173-206, 2009.

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38.       Zank, G.P., N.V. Pogorelov, J. Heerikhuisen, H. Washimi, V. Florinski, S. Borovikov, I. Kryukov, and H.R. Müller, Physics of the solar wind – local interstellar medium interaction: Role of magnetic fields, Space Sci. Rev., doi 10.1007/s11214-009-9497-6, 146, 295-327, 2009.

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40.       Burrows, R.H., G.P. Zank, B. Dasgupta, and G.M. Webb, Modified Burgers’ equation resulting from a hydrodynamic model of shock waves with reflected particles, AIP Conference Proceedings, Vol. 1302, pp. 142-147, 2010.

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41.       Burrows, R.H., G.P. Zank, G.M. Webb, L.F. Burlaga, and N.F. Ness, Pickup ion dynamics at the heliospheric termination shock observed by Voyager 2, ApJ, 715 (2), pp. 1109-1116, 2010.

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42.       Chalov, S.V., D.B. Alexashov, D. McComas, V.V. Izmodenov, Yu.G. Malama, and N.             Schwadron, Scatter-free pickup ions beyond the heliopause as a model for the Interstellar              Boundary Explorer (IBEX) ribbon, ApJ Lett., 716, L99-L102, 2010.

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43.       Florinski, V., G.P. Zank, J. Heerikhuisen, Q. Hu, and I. Khazanov, Stability of a pickup ion ring-beam population in the outer heliosheath: Implications for the IBEX ribbon, ApJ, 719,          1097-1103, 2010.

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44.       Frisch, P.C., J. Heerikhuisen, N.V. Pogorelov, B. DeMajistre, G.B. Crew, H.O. Funsten, P. Janzen, D.J. McComas, E. Moebius, H.-R. Reinhard, D.B. Reisenfeld, N.A. Schwadron, J.D. Slavin, G.P. Zank, Can IBEX identify variations in the galactic environment of the Sun using Energetic Neutral Atom (ENAs), ApJ, 719, 1984-1992, 2010.

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45.       Frisch, P.C., The S1 shell and interstellar magnetic field and gas near the heliosphere, The Astrophysical Journal, 714, 1679-1688, 2010.

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46.       Frisch, P.C., B.-G. Andersson, A. Berdyugin, H.O. Funsten, M. Magalhaes, D.J. McComas, V. Piirola, N.A. Schwadron, J.D. Slavin, and S.J. Wiktorowicz, Comparisons of the interstellar magnetic field directions obtained from the IBEX ribbon and interstellar polarizations, ApJ, 724, 1473-1479, 2010.

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47.       Frisch, P.C. and D.J. McComas, The Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX): Tracing the             interaction between the heliosphere and surrounding interstellar material with energetic             neutral atoms, Space Sci. Rev., doi: 10.1007/s11214-010-9725-0, 2010.

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48.       Fuselier, S.A., H.O. Funsten, D. Heirtzler, P. Janzen, H. Kucharek, D.J. McComas, E. Moebius, T.E. Moore, S.M. Petrinec, D.B. Reisenfeld, N.A. Schwadron, K.J. Trattner, and P. Wurz, Energetic neutral atoms from the Earth’s subsolar magnetopause, Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, L13101, doi:10.1029/2010GL044140, 2010.

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49.       Gamayunov, K., M. Zhang, and H. Rassoul, Pitch angle scattering in the outer heliosheath and formation of the Interstellar Boundary Explorer ribbon, ApJ, 725, 2251-2261, 2010.

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50.       Gloeckler, G. and L.A. Fisk, Proton velocity distributions in the inner heliosheath derived          from energetic hydrogen atoms measured with Cassini and IBEX, in “Pickup Ions           Throughout the Heliosphere and Beyond”, 9th Annual International Astrophysics                           Conference, AIP Conference Proceedings 1302, 110-116, 2010.

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51.       Grzedzielski, S., M. Bzowski, A. Czechowski, H.O. Funsten, D.J. McComas, and N.A.             Schwadron, A possible generation mechanism for the IBEX ribbon from outside the     heliosphere, ApJ Lett., 715, L84-L87, 2010.

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52.       Grzedzielski, S., M. Wachowicz, M. Bzowski, V. Izmodenov, Heavy coronal ions in the heliosphere: I. Global distribution of charge-states of C, N, O, Mg, Si, and S, Astr. Ap. 512, A72, 10.1051/0004-6361/200809900, 2010.

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54.       Heerikhuisen, J. and N.V. Pogorelov, Kinetic modeling of interstellar hydrogen in the heliosphere, Numerical Modeling of Space Plasma Flows: ASTRONUM-2009, ed. N.V. Pogorelov, E. Audit, and G.P. Zank, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, San Francisco, pp. 227-232, 2010.

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55.       Heerikhuisen, J., N.V. Pogorelov, and G.P. Zank, IBEX ribbon from outer heliosheath pick-up ions, AIP Conf. Proc. 1302, Pickup Ions Throughout the Heliosphere and Beyond, ed. J.A. le Roux et al., American Institute of Physics, New York, pp. 98-103, 2010.

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56.       Hsieh, K.C., J. Giacalone, A. Czechowski, M. Hilchenbach, S. Grzedzielski, and J. Kota,             Thickness of the heliosheath, return of the pick-up ions, and Voyager 1’s crossing the    heliopause, Astrophys. J. Lett., 718, L185-L188, 2010.

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57.       Livadiotis, G. and D.J. McComas, Non-equilibrium stationary states in the heliosphere and the influence of pick-up ions, Pickup Ions throughout the Heliosphere and Beyond: Proceedings of the 9th Annual International Astrophysics Conference, AIP CP1302, pp. 70-76, 2010.

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58.       Livadiotis, G. and D.J. McComas, Exploring transitions of space plasmas out of equilibrium, ApJ, 714, 971-987, 2010.

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59.       McComas, D.J., M. Bzowski, P. Frisch, G.B. Crew, M.A. Dayeh, R. DeMajistre, H.O. Funsten, S.A. Fuselier, M. Gruntman, P. Janzen, M.A. Kubiak, G. Livadiotis, E. Moebius,           D.B. Reisenfeld, and N.A. Schwadron, Evolving outer heliosphere: Large-scale stability           and time variations observed by the Interstellar Boundary Explorer, J. Geophys. Res., 115, A09113, doi: 10.1029/2010JA015569, 2010.

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60.       Pogorelov, N.V., J. Heerikhuisen, S.N. Borovikov, G.P. Zank, R.W. Ebert, D.J. McComas, J.D. Richardson, and S.T. Suess, Relating IBEX and Voyager data through global modeling of the heliospheric interface, Pickup Ions throughout the Heliosphere and Beyond: Proceedings of the 9th Annual International Astrophysics Conference, AIP CP1302, pp. 3-12, 2010.

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61.       Pogorelov, N. V., I.A. Kryukov, S.N. Borovikov, and J. Heerikhuisen, Modeling heliospheric phenomena with the Multi-Scale Fluid-Kinetic Simulation Suite, Numerical Modeling of Space Plasma Flows: ASTRONUM-2009, ed. N.V. Pogorelov, E. Audit, and G.P. Zank, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, San Francisco, pp. 266-273, 2010.

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62.       Pogorelov, N.V., E. Audit, and G.P. Zank (eds), Numerical modeling of space plasma flows: ASTRONUM-2009, Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conf. Ser. 429, San Francisco, 2010.

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63.       Prested, C., M. Opher, and N. Schwadron, The imprint of the very local interstellar magnetic field in simulated energetic neutral atom maps, ApJ, 716, 550-555, 2010.

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64.       Roelof, E.C., S.M. Krimigis, D.G. Mitchell, R.G. Decker, J.D. Richardson, M. Gruntman, and H.O. Funsten, Implications of generalized Rankine-Hugoniot conditions for the PUI population at the Voyager 2 termination shock, “Pickup Ions Throughout the Heliosphere and Beyond”, 9th Annual International Astrophysics Conference, AIP Conference Proceedings 1302, 133-141, 2010.

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65.       Schwadron, N.A. and D.J. McComas, Pickup ions from energetic neutral atoms, ApJ Lett.,712, L157-L159, 2010.

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66.       Wu, P., K. Liu, D. Winske, S.P. Gary, N.A. Schwadron, and H.O. Funsten, Hybrid simulations of the termination shock: Suprathermal ion velocity distributions in the   heliosheath, J. Geophys. Res., 115, A11105, doi: 10.1029/2010JA015384, 2010.

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67.       Zank, G.P., J. Heerikhuisen, N.V. Pogorelov, R. Burrows, and D. McComas, Microstructure of the heliospheric termination shock: Implications for energetic neutral atom observations, ApJ, 708, 1092-1106, 2010.

2011

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68.       Dayeh, M.A., D.J. McComas, G. Livadiotis, R.W. Ebert, H.O. Funsten, P. Janzen, D.B. Reisenfeld, and N.A. Schwadron, Spectral properties of regions and structures in the Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) sky maps, ApJ, 734:29, June 2011.

2011

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69.       Fahr, H.-J., M. Siewert, D.J. McComas, and N.A. Schwadron, The inner heliospheric source for keV-energetic IBEX ENAs, Astron. and Astrophys., 531, A77, May 2011.

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70.       Frisch, P.C., S. Redfield, and J.D. Slavin, The interstellar medium surrounding the Sun, Annual Reviews of Astronomy and Astrophysics, 49, pp. 237-279, 2011.

2011

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71.       Heerikhuisen, J. and N.V. Pogorelov, An estimate of the nearby interstellar magnetic field using neutral atoms, ApJ, 738:29, September 2011.

2011

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72.       Livadiotis, G., and D.J. McComas, The influence of pick-up ions on space-plasma             distributions, ApJ, 738:64, September 2011.

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73.       Livadiotis, G., D.J. McComas, M.A. Dayeh, H.O. Funsten, and N.A. Schwadron, First sky map of the inner heliosheath temperature using IBEX spectra, ApJ, 734:1, June 2011.

2011

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74.       Livadiotis, G. and D.J. McComas, Invariant Kappa distribution in space plasmas out of equilibrium, ApJ, 741:88, November 2011.

2011

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75.       McComas, D.J., M.A. Dayeh, H.O. Funsten, S.A. Fuselier, J. Goldstein, J.-M. Jahn, P. Janzen, D.G. Mitchell, S.M. Petrinec, D.B. Reisenfeld, and N.A. Schwadron, First IBEX observations of the terrestrial plasma sheet and a possible disconnection event, J. Geophys. Res., 116, A02211, doi: 10.1029/2010JA016138, February 2011.

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76.       McComas, D.J., H.O. Funsten, S.A. Fuselier, W.S. Lewis, E. Möbius, and N.A. Schwadron, IBEX observations of heliospheric energetic neutral atoms: Current understanding and future directions, Geophys. Res. Lett., 38, L18101, doi:10.1029/2011GL048763, September 2011.

2011

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77.       McComas, D.J., Recent IBEX observations and the evolving interstellar interaction, Partially Ionized Plasmas Throughout the Cosmos: Proceedings of the 2010 Huntsville Workshop, AIP Conference Proceedings 1366, doi: 10.1063/1.3625591, pp. 68-76, September 2011.

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78.       McComas, D.J., J.P. Carrico, B. Hautamaki, M. Intelisano, R. Lebois, M. Loucks, L. Policastri, M. Reno, J. Scherrer, N.A. Schwadron, M. Tapley, and R. Tyler, A new class of long-term stable lunar resonance orbits: Space weather applications and the Interstellar Boundary Explorer, Space Weather, 9, S11002, doi: 10.1029/2011SW000704, November 2011.

2011

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79.       Oka, M., G.P. Zank, R.H. Burrows, and I. Shinohara, Energy dissipation at the termination shock: 1D PIC simulation, Proceedings of the Huntsville Workshop 2010, Partially Ionized Plasmas throughout the Cosmos, eds. V. Florinski, J. Heerikhuisen, and G.P. Zank, 2011.

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80.       Petrinec, S.M., M.A. Dayeh, H.O. Funsten, S.A. Fuselier, D. Heirtzler, P. Janzen, H. Kucharek, D.J. McComas, E. Möbius, T.E. Moore, D.B. Reisenfeld, N.A. Schwadron, K.J. Trattner, and P. Wurz, Neutral atom imaging of the magnetospheric cusps, J. Geophys. Res., 116, A07203, doi: 10.1029/2010JA016357, July 2011.

2011

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81.       Pogorelov, N., J. Heerikhuisen, G. Zank, S. Borovikov, P. Frisch, and D. McComas, Interstellar Boundary Explorer measurements and magnetic field in the vicinity of the heliopause, ApJ, 742:104, December 2011.

2011

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82.       Pogorelov, N.V., E. Audit, and G.P. Zank, (eds), Numerical modeling of space plasma flows: ASTRONUM-2010, Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conf. Ser. 444, San Francisco, 2011.

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83.       Pogorelov, N.V., S.N. Borovikov, J. Heerikhuisen, T. Kim, I.A. Kryukov, and G.P. Zank, Heliospheric modeling with MS-FLUKSS: Interpretation of the IBEX measurements and time-dependent simulations, Numerical Modeling of Space Plasma Flows: ASTRONUM-2010, ed. N.V. Pogorelov, E. Audit, and G.P. Zank, Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conf. Ser. 444, San Francisco, pp. 130-137, 2011.

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84.       Schwadron, N.A., F. Allegrini, M. Bzowski, E. Christian, G.B. Crew, M. Dayeh, R. DeMajistre, P. Frisch, H.O. Funsten, S.A. Fuselier, K. Goodrich, M. Gruntman, P. Janzen, H. Kucharek, G. Livadiotis, D.J. McComas, E. Moebius, C. Prested, D. Reisenfeld, M. Reno, E. Roelof, J. Siegel, and R. Vanderspek, Separation of the IBEX ribbon from globally distributed energetic neutral atom flux, ApJ, 731:56, April 2011.

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85.       Washimi, H., G.P. Zank, Q. Hu, T. Tanaka, K. Munakata, H. Shinagawa, Realistic and time-varying outer heliospheric modeling, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 416 (2), pp. 1475-1485, 2011.

2011

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86.       Washimi, H., G.P. Zank, Q. Hu, G.M. Webb, and H. Shinagawa, Analysis of Voyager-1 observed high-energy particle flux using MHD simulation of the outer heliosphere, Proceedings of the Huntsville Workshop 2010, Partially Ionized Plasmas throughout the Cosmos, eds. V. Florinski, J. Heerikhuisen, and G.P. Zank, 2011.

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87.       Zank, G.P., A. Dosch, P. Hunana, V. Florinski, W.H. Matthaeus, and G.M. Webb, The transport of low frequency turbulence in astrophysical flows: Part I: Governing equations, ApJ, 745:35, 2011.

2012

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88.       Ao, X., R.H. Burrows, G.P. Zank, and G.M. Webb, Solitons in two-fluid plasma, Physics of the Heliosphere: A 10 year retrospective, Proceedings of the 10th Annual International Astrophysics Conference. AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 1436, pp. 5-11, 2012.

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89.       Allegrini, F., M. Bzowski, M.A. Dayeh, R. DeMajistre, M.I. Desai, H.O. Funsten, S.A. Fuselier, P.H. Janzen, M.A. Kubiak, D.J. McComas, D.B. Reisenfeld, N. Schwadron, R. Vanderspek, Exploring the time dispersion of the IBEX-Hi ENA spectra at the ecliptic poles, ApJ Lett., 749:L41, doi:10.1088/2041-8205/749/2/L41, April 2012.

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90.       Bochsler, P., L. Petersen, E. Möbius, N.A. Schwadron, P. Wurz, J.A. Scheer, S.A. Fuselier, D.J. McComas, M. Bzowski, and P.C. Frisch, Estimation of the neon/oxygen abundance ratio at the heliospheric termination shock and in the local interstellar medium from IBEX observations, ApJ Supplement Series, 198:13, doi:10.1088/0067-0049/198/2/13, February 2012.

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91.       Bzowski, M., M.A. Kubiak, E. Möbius, P. Bochsler, T. Leonard, D. Heirtzler, H. Kucharek, J.M. Sokol, M. Hlond, G.B. Crew, N.A. Schwadron, S.A. Fuselier, and D.J. McComas, Neutral interstellar helium parameters based on IBEX-Lo observations and test particle calculations, ApJ Supplement Series, 198:12, doi:10.1088/0067-0049/198/2/12, February 2012.

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92.       Dayeh, M.A., D.J. McComas, F. Allegrini, B. DeMajistre, M.I. Desai, H.O. Funsten, P. Janzen, G. Livadiotis, B.M. Randol, D.B. Reisenfeld, N.A. Schwadron, and R. Vanderspek, Effects of fast and slow solar wind on the energetic neutral atom (ENA) spectra measured by the Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) at the heliospheric poles, ApJ, 749:50, doi:10.1088/0004-637X/749/1/50, April 2012.

2012

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93.       Desai, M.I., F.A. Allegrini, M.A. Dayeh, B. DeMajistre, H. Funsten, J. Heerikhuisen, D.J. McComas, N. Pogorelov, N.A. Schwadron, G.P. Zank, Spectral properties of  ~0.5-6 keV energetic neutral atoms measured by the Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) along the lines-of-sight of Voyager, ApJ Lett., 749:L30, doi:10.1088/2041-8205/749/2/L30, April 2012.

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94.       Frisch, P.C., and J.D. Slavin, Interstellar dust close to the Sun, in press, Earth Planets and Space, 2012.

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95.       Frisch, P.C., B.-G. Andersson, A. Berdyugin, V. Piirola, B. DeMajistre, H.O. Funsten, A.M. Magalhaes, D.B. Seriacopi, D.J. McComas, N.A. Schwadron, J.D. Slavin, and S.J. Wiktorowicz, The Interstellar magnetic field close to the Sun II, ApJ, 760:106, doi:10.1088/0004-637X/760/2/106, November 2012.

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96.       Frisch, P.C., How local is the local interstellar magnetic field?, Physics of the Heliosphere: A 10 Year Retrospective, Proc. 10th Annual Astrophysics Conference, American Institute of Physics Conf. Ser. 1436, New York, pp. 295-301, 2012.

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97.       Fuselier, S.A., F. Allegrini, M. Bzowski, H.O. Funsten, A.G. Ghielmetti, G. Gloeckler, D. Heirtzler, P. Janzen, M. Kubiak, H. Kucharek, D.J. McComas, E. Möbius, T.E. Moore, S.M. Petrinec, M. Quinn, D. Reisenfeld, L.A. Saul, J.A. Scheer, N. Schwadron, K.J. Trattner, R. Vanderspek, and P. Wurz, Heliospheric neutral atom spectra between 0.01 and 6 keV from IBEX, ApJ, 754:14, doi:10.1088/0004-637X/754/1/14, 2012.

2012

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98.       Gamayunov, K.V., M. Zhang, N.V. Pogorelov, J. Heerikhuisen, and H.K. Rassoul, Self-consistent model of the interstellar pickup protons, Alfvénic turbulence, and core solar wind in the outer heliosphere, Astrophys. J., 757, 74, 2012.

2012

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99.       Heerikhuisen, J., N. Pogorelov, and G. Zank, Modeling energetic neutral atoms and the IBEX spectrum, Physics of the Heliosphere: A 10 Year Retrospective, Proc. 10th Annual Astrophysics Conference, American Institute of Physics Conf. Ser. 1436, New York, pp. 221-226, 2012.

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100.     Heerikhuisen, J., G. Li, N. Pogorelov, and G. Zank (eds), Physics of the Heliosphere: A 10 Year Retrospective, Proc. 10th Annual Astrophysics Conference, American Institute of Physics Conf. Ser. 1436, New York, 2012.

2012

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101.     Hlond, M., M. Bzowski, E. Möbius, H. Kucharek, D. Heirtzler, N.A. Schwadron, M.E. O’Neill, G. Clark, G.B. Crew, S. Fuselier, and D.J. McComas, Precision pointing of IBEX-Lo observations, ApJ Supplement Series, 198:9, doi:10.1088/0067-0049/198/2/9, February 2012.

2012

2

102.     Lee, M.A., H. Kucharek, E. Möbius, X. Wu, M. Bzowski, and D. McComas, An analytical model of interstellar gas in the heliosphere tailored to IBEX observations, ApJ Supplement Series, 198:10, doi:10.1088/0067-0049/198/2/10, February 2012.

2012

2

103.     Livadiotis, G. and D.J. McComas, Non-equilibrium thermodynamic processes: Space plasmas and the inner heliosheath, ApJ, 749:11, doi:10.1088/0004-637X/749/1/11, April 2012.

2012

2

104.     Livadiotis, G., D.J. McComas, B.M. Randol, H.O. Funsten, E.S. Möbius, N.A. Schwadron, M.A. Dayeh, G.P. Zank, and P.C. Frisch, Pick-up ion distributions and their influence on ENA spectral curvature, ApJ, 751:64, doi: 10.1088/0004-637X/751/1/64, May 2012.

2012

0

105.     McComas, D.J., Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX): Direct sampling of the interstellar medium, ApJ Supplement Series, 198:8, doi:10.1088/0067-0049/198/2/8, February 2012.

2012

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106.     McComas, D.J., N. Buzulukova, M.G. Connors, M.A. Dayeh, J. Goldstein, H.O. Funsten, S. Fuselier, N.A. Schwadron, and P. Valek, TWINS and IBEX ENA imaging of the 5 April 2010 substorm, J. Geophys. Res., 117, A03225, doi: 10.1029/2011JA017273, March 2012.

2012

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107.     McComas, D.J., D. Alexashov, M. Bzowski, H. Fahr, J. Heerikhuisen, V. Izmodenov, M.A. Lee, E. Moebius, N. Pogorelov, N.A. Schwadron, and G.P. Zank, The heliosphere’s interstellar interaction: No bow shock, Science, 336, 1291, doi: 10.1126/science.1221054, May 2012.

2012

0

108.     McComas, D.J., Update on IBEX and the outer boundary of the space radiation environment, in press, Proceedings of the 11th Annual Astrophysics Conference, 2012.

2012

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109.     McComas, D.J., M.A. Dayeh, F. Allegrini, M. Bzowski, R. DeMajistre, K. Fujiki, H.O. Funsten, S.A. Fuselier, M. Gruntman, P.H. Janzen, M.A. Kubiak, H. Kucharek, G. Livadiotis, E. Möbius, D.B. Reisenfeld, M. Reno, N.A. Schwadron, J.M. Sokół, M. Tokumaru, The first three years of IBEX observations and our evolving heliosphere, ApJS, 203:1, doi:10.1088/0067-0049/203/1/1, 2012.

2012

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110.     Möbius, E., P. Bochsler, M. Bzowski, D. Heirtzler, M.A. Kubiak, H. Kucharek, M.A. Lee, T. Leonard, N.A. Schwadron, X. Wu, S.A. Fuselier, G. Crew, D.J. McComas, L. Petersen, L. Saul, D. Valovcin, R. Vanderspek, and P. Wurz, Interstellar gas flow parameters derived from Interstellar Boundary Explorer-Lo observations in 2009 and 2010: Analytical analysis, ApJ Supplement Series, 198:11, doi:10.1088/0067-0049/198/2/11, February 2012.

2012

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111.     Liu, K., E. Möbius, S.P. Gary, and D. Winske, Pickup proton instabilities and scattering in the distant solar wind and the outer heliosheath: Hybrid simulations, J. Geophys. Res., 117, A10102, doi: 10.1029/2012JA017969, October 2012.

2012

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112.     Livadiotis, G., D.J. McComas, N.A. Schwadron, H.O. Funsten, and S.A. Fuselier, Pressure of the proton plasma in the inner heliosheath, in press, ApJ, 2012.

2012

0

113.     Mueller, H.-R. and J.H. Cohen, Primary neutral helium in the heliosphere, in: Physics of the Heliosphere: A 10-year Retrospective, AIP Conference Proceedings, J. Heerikhuisen and G. Li (Eds.), in press, 2012.

2012

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114.     Pogorelov, N.V., S.N. Borovikov, G.P. Zank, L.F. Burlaga, R. Decker, and E.C. Stone,  Radial velocity along the Voyager 1 trajectory: The effect of solar cycle, ApJ Letters, 750, L4, 2012.

2012

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115.     Pogorelov, N.V., S.N. Borovikov, L.F. Burlaga, R.W. Ebert, J. Heerikhuisen, J., Q. Hu, I.A. Kryukov, S.T. Suess, and G.P. Zank, Numerical modeling of transient phenomena in the distant solar wind and in the heliosheath, Physics of the Heliosphere: A 10 Year Retrospective, Proc. 10th Annual Astrophysics Conference, American Institute of Physics Conf. Ser. 1436, New York, pp. 321-330, 2012.

2012

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116.     Pogorelov, N.V., J.A. Font, E. Audit, and G.P. Zank (eds), Numerical modeling of space plasma flows: ASTRONUM-2011, Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conf. Ser. 459, San Francisco, 2012.

2012

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117.     Reisenfeld, D.B., F. Allegrini, M. Bzowski, G.B. Crew, R. DeMajistre, P. Frisch, H.O. Funsten, S.A. Fuselier, P.H. Janzen, M.A. Kubiak, H. Kucharek, D.J. McComas, E. Roelof, and N.A. Schwadron, Variations in the heliospheric polar ENA flux observed by the Interstellar Boundary Explorer, ApJ, 747:110, doi:10.1088/0004-637X/747/2/110, March 2012.

2012

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118.     Rodriguez, D.F., L. Saul, P. Wurz, S.A. Fuselier, H.O. Funsten, D.J. McComas, and E. Möbius, IBEX-Lo observations of energetic neutral hydrogen atoms originating from the lunar surface, Planetary and Space Science, 60, 297-303, January 2012.

2012

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119.     Saul, L., P. Wurz, D. Rodriguez, J. Scheer, E. Möbius, N. Schwadron, H. Kucharek, T. Leonard, M. Bzowski, S. Fuselier, G. Crew, and D. McComas, Local interstellar neutral hydrogen sampled in-situ by IBEX, ApJ Supplement Series, 198:14, doi:10.1088/0067-0049/198/2/14, February 2012.

2012

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120.     Siewert, M., H.-J. Fahr, D.J. McComas, and N.A. Schwadron, The inner heliosheath source for keV-ENAs observed with IBEX: Shock-processed downstream pick-up ions, Astron. and Astrophys., 539(A75), doi:10.1051/0004-6361/201117363, March 2012.

2012

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121.     Slavin, J.D., P.C., Frisch, H.-R. Müller, J. Heerikhuisen, N. Pogorelov, W.T. Reach, and G. Zank, Trajectories and distribution of interstellar dust grains in the heliosphere, in press, ApJ, 2012.

2012

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122.     Sokół, J.M., M. Bzowski, M. Tokumaru, K. Fujiki, and D.J. McComas, Heliolatitude and time variations of solar wind structure from in-situ measurements and interplanetary scintillation observations, Solar Physics, doi: 10.1007/s11207-012-9993-9
2012.

2012

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123.    Zank, G.P., J. Heerikhuisen, B.E. Wood, N.V. Pogorelov, E. Zirnstein, E. and D. McComas, Heliospheric structure: The bow wave and the hydrogen wall, in press, ApJ, 2012.

1435

Total citations

IBEX PUBLICATIONS (SUBMITTED/PENDING)

Bzowski, M., J.M. Sokol, M. Tokumaru, K. Fujiki, E. Quemerais, R. Lallement, S. Ferron, P. Bochsler, and D.J. McComas, Cross-calibration of past and present far UV spectra of solar system objects and the heliosphere, submitted to SSI Scientific Report No. 12, ed. R.M. Bonnet, E. Quemerais, M. Snow (Springer), 2011.

Dichmann, D.J., R. Lebois, and J.P. Carrico, Jr., Dynamics of orbits near 3:1 resonance in the Earth-Moon system, submitted to J. Astronautical Sci., 2012.

Frisch, P.C. and H.-R. Mueller, Time-variability in the Interstellar Boundary conditions of the heliosphere over the past 60,000 years: Impact of the solar journey on the galactic cosmic ray flux at Earth, accepted, Space Sciences Research, 2010.

Frisch, P.C., The heliosphere: Blowing in the interstellar wind, submitted to Proceedings of Solar Wind 13 Conference, 2012.

Funsten, H.O., F. Allegrini, P.A. Bochsler, S.A. Fuselier, M. Gruntman, K. Henderson, P.H. Janzen, R.E. Johnson, B.A. Larsen, D.J. Lawrence, D.J. McComas, E. Möbius, D.B. Reisenfeld, D. Rodriguez, N.A. Schwadron, and P. Wurz, Reflection of solar wind hydrogen from the lunar surface, submitted to J. Geophys. Res., 2012.

Fuselier, S.A. and I.H. Cairns, The 2-3 kHz heliospheric radiation, the IBEX ribbon, and the three dimensional shape of the heliopause, submitted to ApJ, 2012.

Kubiak, M.A., M. Bzowski, E. Möbius, J.M. Sokół, P. Wurz, and D.J. McComas, Assessment of detectability of neutral interstellar deuterium by IBEX observations, submitted to Advances in Space Research, 2012.

Livadiotis, G. and D.J. McComas, Fitting method based on correlation maximization: Applications in space physics,” submitted to J. Geophys. Res., 2012.

McComas, D.J., Physics derived from IBEX ENA fluxes and direct interstellar neutral measurements, submitted to Proceedings of Solar Wind 13 Conference, 2012.

Möbius, E., K. Liu, H. Funsten, S.P. Gary, and D. Winske, Analytic model of the IBEX ribbon with neutral solar wind based ion pickup beyond the heliopause, submitted to ApJ, 2012.

Mueller, H.-R., Direct modeling of neutral helium in the heliosphere, in: 6th International Conference of Numerical Modeling of Space Plasma Flows (Astronum 2011), N.V. Pogorelov and J.A. Font (Eds.), ASP Conference Series 507, submitted, 2011.

Saul, L., M. Bzowski, S. Fuselier, M. Kubiak, D. McComas, E. Möbius, J. Sokół, D. Rodriguez, J. Scheer, and P. Wurz, Local interstellar hydrogen’s disappearance at 1AU: Four years of IBEX in the rising solar cycle, submitted to ApJ, 2012.

Schwadron, N.A. and D.J. McComas, Spatial retention of ions producing the IBEX ribbon, submitted to ApJ, 2012.

Schwadron, N.A., F.C. Adams, B. Dingus, H. Funsten, P. Desiati, P. Frisch, and D.J. McComas, Anisotropies in TeV cosmic rays related to entry into the heliosphere and the IBEX ribbon, submitted to ApJ, 2012.

Siewert, M., H.-J. Fahr, D.J. McComas, and N.A. Schwadron, Spectral properties of keV-energetic ion populations inside the heliopause reflected by IBEX-relevant ENAs, submitted to Astron. and Astrophys., 2012.

Trattner, K.J., F. Allegrini, M.A. Dayeh, H.O. Funsten, S.A. Fuselier, D. Heirtzler, P. Janzen, H. Kucharek, D.J. McComas, E. Möbius, T.E. Moore, S.M. Petrinec, D.B. Reisenfeld, N.A. Schwadron, and P. Wurz, The free escape continuum of diffuse ions upstream of the Earth’s quasi-parallel bow shock, submitted to J. Geophys. Res., 2012.

 

Rev. 12/11/12


IBEX PUBLICATIONS (NON-REFEREED)

Nichols, M. et al., Designing effective E/PO products for museums: Preliminary evaluation findings from the Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) E/PO program, submitted to Earth and Science: Making Connections in Education and Public Outreach, ASP Conference Series, Vol. CS-443, 2010.

Rev. 10/6/11   

 

623 IBEX Press Releases (as of Nov 21, 2012)

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NASA Selects Small Explorer Mission   PR Newswire US, January 26, 2005 Wednesday, 674 words

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NASA Selects SwRI to Lead Interstellar Boundary Explorer - IBEX - Mission   Business Wire, January 27, 2005 Thursday 10:37 PM GMT, 600 words

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Planetarium gets role in '08 NASA space mission;  Probe to study galactic wind  Chicago Tribune, January 27, 2005 Thursday,  METRO ; ZONE NRW; Pg. 5, 429 words, By James Janega, Tribune staff reporter.

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Planetarium gets role in '08 NASA space mission Chicago Tribune, January 27, 2005, Thursday, 458 words, By James Janega

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NASA Selects Small Explorer Mission  Space Daily, January 27, 2005 Thursday, 531 words, Staff Writers

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SATELLITE TO MAP LINE BETWEEN SOLAR SYSTEM, INTERSTELLAR SPACE; NASA "Small Explorer" mission will also study galactic cosmic rays States News Service, January 27, 2005 Thursday, 803 words, States News Service

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NASA SELECTS SMALL EXPLORER MISSION States News Service, January 27, 2005 Thursday, 592 words, States News Service

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NASA Satellite to Map Line Between Solar System, Interstellar Space; "Small Explorer" mission will also study galactic cosmic rays State Department, January 27, 2005, NEWS FROM THE WASHINGTON FILE, 933 words

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NASA satellite to map the fringe of the solar system in 2008  Aerospace Daily & Defense Report, January 28, 2005 Friday, News; Pg. 6, 193  words, Staff

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Nasa's mission to the edge of the solar system, and beyond Belfast Telegraph, January 31, 2005, 483 words, By Steve Connor

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NASA'S MISSION TO THE EDGE OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM, AND BEYOND The Independent (London), January 31, 2005, Monday, First Edition; NEWS; Pg. 14, 482 words, STEVE CONNOR

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Solar System Mapper To Be Launched In 2008 SATELLITE TODAY, January 31, 2005, Vol. 4, No. 20, 144 words

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Briefing.com: Hourly In Play (R) - 13:00 ET  Briefing.com, February 1, 2005 Tuesday, 6491 words

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Briefing.com: Hourly In Play (R) - 14:00 ET  Briefing.com, February 1, 2005 Tuesday, 6540 words

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Briefing.com: Hourly In Play (R) - 15:00 ET  Briefing.com, February 1, 2005 Tuesday, 6675 words

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Briefing.com: Hourly In Play (R) - 16:00 ET  Briefing.com, February 1, 2005 Tuesday, 7444 words

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Briefing.com: Hourly In Play (R) - 17:00 ET  Briefing.com, February 1, 2005 Tuesday, 9131 words

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Briefing.com: Hourly In Play (R) - 18:00 ET  Briefing.com, February 1, 2005 Tuesday, 9436 words

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Briefing.com: Hourly In Play (R) - 19:00 ET  Briefing.com, February 1, 2005 Tuesday, 9436 words

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Briefing.com: Hourly In Play (R) - 20:00 ET  Briefing.com, February 1, 2005 Tuesday, 9436 words

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Briefing.com: Hourly In Play (R) - 21:00 ET  Briefing.com, February 1, 2005 Tuesday, 9436 words

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Briefing.com: Hourly In Play (R) - 22:00 ET  Briefing.com, February 1, 2005 Tuesday, 9436 words

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Briefing.com: Hourly In Play (R) - 23:00 ET  Briefing.com, February 1, 2005 Tuesday, 9436 words

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Orbital's IBEX Satellite Selected by NASA for Newest Small Explorer Scientific Mission; Mission to Map Edge of Our Solar System and Study Galactic Cosmic Rays   Business Wire, February 1, 2005 Tuesday 5:51 PM GMT, 722 words

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Nasa's mission to the edge of the solar system, and beyond The New Zealand Herald, February1, 2005 Tuesday, NEWS; World, 91 words

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Communications Daily February 2, 2005, Wednesday

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Orbital's IBEX Selected By NASA For Small Explorer Scientific Mission  Space Daily, February 2, 2005 Wednesday, 529 words, Staff Writers

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UNH Scientists Get $5M to Work With NASA Associated Press Online, February 4, 2005 Friday, DOMESTIC NEWS, 257 words

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UNH Space scientists awarded $5 million from NASA to study edge of solar system The Associated Press State & Local Wire, State and Regional, 258 words

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UNH scientists awarded $5 million dollar study The Union Leader (Manchester NH), February 4, 2005 Friday STATE EDITION, NEWS; Pg. A7, 575 words

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Plan to go to galaxy's boundary Canberra Times (Australia), February 7, 2005 Monday, 326 words, Steve Connor

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SATELLITE WEEK February 7, 2005, Monday, Industry Notes, 104 words

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S.A. institution to lead cosmic exploration San Antonio Express-News, February 11, 2005, Friday, 543 words, By Cindy Tumiel

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S.A. institution to lead cosmic exploration ; Southwest Research Institute will probe edge of solar system. San Antonio Express-News (Texas), February 11, 2005, Friday, 533 words, Cindy Tumiel

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In Orbit  Flight International, February 15, 2005, NEWS; Spaceflight; Pg. 29, 150  words, Staff

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U. Montana professor to study edge of solar system  University Wire, February 16, 2005 Wednesday, 500 words, By Dakota Cannavaro, Montana Kaimin; SOURCE: U. Montana

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Lockheed Martin to develop sensor for NASA's IBEX AFX.COM, February 17, 2005 Thursday, COMPANY NEWS, 100 words

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*LOCKHEED MARTIN TO DEVELOP IBEX SENSOR FOR NASA AFX - Asia, February 17, 2005 Thursday, COMPANY NEWS, 29 words

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LMT: Awarded IBEX Contract for NASA Small Explorer Mission  Knobias.com, February 17, 2005 Thursday, 80 words

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Lockheed Martin to develop sensor for NASA's IBEX  MarketWatch, February 17, 2005 Thursday, 75 words, Heather Wilson

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Lockheed Martin to Develop Sensor for Interstellar Boundary Explorer Mission   PR Newswire US, February 17, 2005 Thursday, 664 words

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Lockheed Martin to build sensor for NASA's IBEX  Aerospace Daily & Defense Report, February 18, 2005 Friday, News; Pg. 3, 208  words, Staff

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FNWU: Lockheed to develop sensor for interstellar boundary explorer mission and Northrop partners with U.S. Missile Defense Agency  M2 Presswire, February 18, 2005, 501 words

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Lockheed Martin To Develop Sensor For Interstellar Boundary Explorer Mission  Space Daily, February 18, 2005 Friday, 533 words, Staff Writers

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Next Stop, Mars;  Robots go first, followed by astronauts and, inevitably, the tourists. We will return to the moon, says NASA's acting chief, but only as a pitstop. Then, he promises, it's on to Mars.  Popular Mechanics, May 1, 2005, Pg. 98, 614  words

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The Adler's next 75  Chicago Tribune, May 12, 2005 Thursday,  EDITORIAL ; ZONE C; Pg. 22, 461 words

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S.A. institute gets Jupiter mission  San Antonio Express-News, June 3, 2005 Friday, A SECTION; Pg. 1A, 613 words, Cindy Tumiel, EXPRESS-NEWS STAFF WRITER

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S.A. institute gets Jupiter probe mission San Antonio Express-News, June 3, 2005, Friday, 617 words, By Cindy Tumiel

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SwRI(R) Continues Exceptional Track Record by Providing Key Spacecraft Avionics for the NASA Deep Impact Mission   Business Wire, July 8, 2005 Friday 9:39 PM GMT, 690 words

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Q4 2005 SPACEHAB Earnings Conference Call - Final  FD (Fair Disclosure) Wire, September 6, 2005 Tuesday, 3507  words

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Out of this world without leaving the state;  Chicago's Adler Planetarium offers more than stargazing  The Pantagraph (Bloomington, Illinois), November 6, 2005 Sunday, TRAVEL; Pg. E1, 1031 words, Scott Richardson

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FISCAL 2007 BUDGET: NASA SCIENCE MISSION CQ Congressional Testimony, February 2, 2006 Thursday, CAPITOL HILL HEARING TESTIMONY, 4547 words

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FISCAL 2007 BUDGET: NASA SCIENCE MISSION CQ Congressional Testimony, February 2, 2006 Thursday, CAPITOL HILL HEARING TESTIMONY, 3762 words

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NEW THEORY RESOLVES MYSTERY OF ANOMALOUS COSMIC RAYS  US States News, February 17, 2006 Friday 5:21 AM  EST, 1000  words, US States News

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EIGHT UNDERGRADUATES HONORED FOR RESEARCH AT UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE SYMPOSIUM  US States News, May 3, 2006 Wednesday 4:29 AM  EST, 372  words, US States News

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SwRI-Led Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) Mission Enters Implementation Phase   Business Wire, May 26, 2006 Friday 10:24 PM GMT, 673 words

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NASA OKs Southwest Research Institute-led space mission  New Mexico Business Weekly (Albuquerque), May 30, 2006 Tuesday, 302  words

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NASA OK's Southwest Research Institute-led space mission  San Antonio Business Journal, May 30, 2006 Tuesday, 296  words

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NASA Interstellar Boundary Explorer Mission Moves Ahead  Space Daily, May 31, 2006 Wednesday, 574 words, Staff Writers

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OUTSIDE PERSPECTIVES ON NASA BUDGET AND PROGRAMS CQ Congressional Testimony, June 7, 2006 Wednesday, CAPITOL HILL HEARING TESTIMONY, 3758 words

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OUTSIDE PERSPECTIVES ON NASA BUDGET AND PROGRAMS CQ Congressional Testimony, June 7, 2006 Wednesday, CAPITOL HILL HEARING TESTIMONY, 3758 words

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National Academies panel questions NASA science plan  Aerospace Daily & Defense Report, July 12, 2006 Wednesday, News; Pg. 3, 595  words, Jefferson Morris

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Scientist to speak at HS  Home News Tribune (East Brunswick, New Jersey), January 18, 2007 Thursday, NEWS, 105 words

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FISCAL 2008 BUDGET: NASA CQ Congressional Testimony, February 28, 2007 Wednesday, CAPITOL HILL HEARING TESTIMONY, 8128 words

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FISCAL 2008 BUDGET: NASA CQ Congressional Testimony, March 15, 2007 Thursday, CAPITOL HILL HEARING TESTIMONY, 8328 words

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NASA SPACE SCIENCE CQ Congressional Testimony, May 2, 2007 Wednesday, CAPITOL HILL HEARING TESTIMONY, 5451 words

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NASA Missions Update  Aerospace Daily & Defense Report, August 15, 2007 Wednesday, Chart; Pg. 7, 905  words, Staff

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, September 24, 2007 Monday, 1014  words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, October 1, 2007 Monday, 1397  words

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SPACEHAB Subsidiary Wins Interstellar Boundary Explorer Mission Contract;  Astrotech Facility on Contract for Upgrades Supporting New Customer Requirements  Business Wire, October 4, 2007 Thursday 7:22 PM GMT, 606 words

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Spacehab Subsidiary Wins Interstellar Boundary Explorer Mission Contract  Wireless News, October 7, 2007, 396 words

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Launch Schedule  Space & Missile Defense Report, October 8, 2007 Monday, 649  words

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Launch Schedule  Space & Missile Defense Report, October 15, 2007 Monday, 649  words

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NASA Launch Schedule  Space & Missile Defense Report, October 22, 2007 Monday, 683  words

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Launch Schedule  Space & Missile Defense Report, October 29, 2007 Monday, 662  words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, November 5, 2007 Monday, 1317  words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, November 12, 2007 Monday, 1871  words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, November 19, 2007 Monday, 1518  words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, December 3, 2007 Monday, 1291  words

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Voyager 2 Proves Solar System Is Squashed  U.S. Newswire, December 10, 2007 Monday 11:13 AM EST, TECHNOLOGY EDITORS, 801 words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, December 17, 2007 Monday, 1580  words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, January 7, 2008 Monday, 1452  words

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KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY NASA ADMINISTRATOR MICHAEL GRIFFIN TO THE ACADEMY OF MEDICINE, ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE OF TEXAS 5TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE (AS RELEASED BY NASA);  SUBJECT: "NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS"  Federal News Service, January 10, 2008 Thursday, PRESS CONFERENCE OR SPEECH, 3895 words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, January 14, 2008 Monday, 1424  words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, January 21, 2008 Monday, 1914  words

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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT RIVERSIDE SPACE SCIENTIST RECEIVES UNUSUAL GRANT FROM DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY  US Fed News, January 25, 2008 Friday 6:22 AM  EST, 957  words, US Fed News

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, January 28, 2008 Monday, 1878  words

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UC Riverside Space Scientist Receives Unusual Grant From The Department Of Energy  Space Daily, January 29, 2008 Wednesday, 686 words, Staff Writers

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, February 4, 2008 Monday, 1093  words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, February 11, 2008 Monday, 2052  words

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FISCAL 2009 BUDGET: NASA CQ Congressional Testimony, February 13, 2008 Wednesday, CAPITOL HILL HEARING TESTIMONY, 9698 words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, February 18, 2008 Monday, 1353  words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, February 25, 2008 Monday, 2010  words

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FISCAL 2009 BUDGET: NASA CQ Congressional Testimony, February 27, 2008 Wednesday, CAPITOL HILL HEARING TESTIMONY, 9715 words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, March 3, 2008 Monday, 2058  words

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FISCAL 2009 APPROPRIATIONS: COMMERCE, JUSTICE, SCIENCE CQ Congressional Testimony, March 5, 2008 Wednesday, CAPITOL HILL HEARING TESTIMONY, 9624 words

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FISCAL 2009 APPROPRIATIONS: COMMERCE, JUSTICE, SCIENCE CQ Congressional Testimony, March 6, 2008 Thursday, CAPITOL HILL HEARING TESTIMONY, 9624 words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, March 10, 2008 Monday, 2228  words

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FISCAL 2009 BUDGET: NASA SCIENCE PROGRAMS CQ Congressional Testimony, March 13, 2008 Thursday, CAPITOL HILL HEARING TESTIMONY, 5707 words

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SUBCOMMITTEE EXPRESSES CONCERN OVER BUDGETARY OUTLOOK FOR NASA SCIENCE PROGRAMS  States News Service, March 13, 2008 Thursday, 717 words, States News Service

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SUBCOMMITTEE EXPRESSES CONCERN OVER BUDGETARY OUTLOOK FOR NASA SCIENCE PROGRAMS  US Fed News, March 13, 2008 Thursday 3:21 AM  EST, 723  words, US Fed News

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GPS Block IIR-M Satellite Launched On Delta II From Cape Canaveral  Space & Missile Defense Report, March 17, 2008 Monday, 2165  words

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NASA Missions  Aerospace Daily & Defense Report, March 21, 2008 Friday, Table; Pg. 6, 752  words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, March 24, 2008 Monday, 2178  words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, March 31, 2008 Monday, 1991  words

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The Dallas Morning News Bill Nichols column: For Dejka, a long night's journey into daze  The Dallas Morning News (Texas), April 3, 2008 Thursday, SPORTS, 617 words, Bill Nichols, The Dallas Morning News

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Long night's journey into daze  THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, April 3, 2008 Thursday, SPORTS DAY; GOLFDAY; Pg. 9C, 562 words, BILL NICHOLS

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FISCAL 2009 APPROPRIATIONS: COMMERCE, JUSTICE AND SCIENCE CQ Congressional Testimony, April 3, 2008 Thursday, CAPITOL HILL HEARING TESTIMONY, 9617 words

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FISCAL 2009 APPROPRIATIONS: COMMERCE, JUSTICE AND SCIENCE  Technology Wire, April 3, 2008 Thursday, 9554 words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, April 7, 2008 Monday, 1806  words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, April 14, 2008 Monday, 2585  words

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Q1 2008 Orbital Sciences Corporation Earnings Conference Call - Final  FD (Fair Disclosure) Wire, April 17, 2008 Thursday, 9279  words

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Q1 2008 Orbital Sciences Corporation Earnings Conference Call - Final  FD (Fair Disclosure) Wire, April 17, 2008 Thursday, 9193  words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, April 28, 2008 Monday, 2418  words

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Launches  Space & Missile Defense Report, May 5, 2008 Monday, 2936  words

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SPACEHAB Reports Financial Results for Third Quarter Fiscal Year 2008  Business Wire, May 7, 2008 Wednesday 2:22 PM GMT, 1446 words

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NASA's Shuttle and Rocket Missions  Space & Missile Defense Report, May 12, 2008 Monday, 1103  words

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NASA plans major missions over the coming year  Belleville News-Democrat (Illinois), May 13, 2008 Tuesday, A; Pg. 7, 342 words, ROBERT S. BOYD, McClatchy Newspapers

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Astronomers to get an eyeful with major space missions planned  Knight Ridder Washington Bureau, May 13, 2008 Tuesday, WASHINGTON DATELINE, 1162 words, By Robert S. Boyd, McClatchy Newspapers

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Mars-probe plunge will give NASA '7 minutes of terror' Experts hope Phoenix, to land May 25, shows whether the planet could support life.  Orlando Sentinel (Florida), May 14, 2008 Wednesday, A SECTION; FLORIDA; Pg. A6, 635 words, Mark K. Matthews, Washington Bureau

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Phoenix probe nearing Mars;  Landing scheduled for May 25 to explore planet's polar region  Star-News (Wilmington, NC), May 16, 2008 Friday, Pg. 9A, 593 words, Mark K. Matthews; The Orlando Sentinel

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NASA shrugs off money woes by setting full agenda Not all is lost in space  Hobart Mercury (Australia), May 17, 2008 Saturday, Pg. 36, 808 words, ROBERT S BOYD

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MISSIONS AT A GLANCE  St. Paul Pioneer Press (Minnesota), May 17, 2008 Saturday, NATIONAL, 1108 words, Pioneer Press

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Budget won't slow NASA  Townsville Bulletin (Australia), May 17, 2008 Saturday, NEWS; Pg. 87, 585 words, Daniel Bateman

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Despite budget crunch, NASA plans to get better look near and far  Charleston Gazette (West Virginia), May 18, 2008, Sunday, NEWS; Pg. P6C, 1088 words, Robert S. Boyd, McClatchy Newspapers

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SCHOOL'S OUT, STUDENTS IN AT UNH RESEARCH INSTITUTE  States News Service, June 25, 2008 Wednesday, 968 words, States News Service

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SCHOOL'S OUT, STUDENTS IN AT UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE RESEARCH INSTITUTE  Targeted News Service, June 25, 2008 Wednesday 9:25 AM  EST, 972  words, Targeted News Service

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STEREO Creates First Images of the Solar System's Invisible Frontier  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, July 2, 2008, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 583  words

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STEREO Creates First Images of the Solar System's Invisible Frontier  PR Newswire, July 2, 2008 Wednesday 5:01 PM GMT, 586 words

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STEREO CREATES FIRST IMAGES OF SOLAR SYSTEM'S INVISIBLE FRONTIER  States News Service, July 2, 2008 Wednesday, 528 words, States News Service

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FIRST IMAGES OF SOLAR SYSTEM'S INVISIBLE FRONTIER  States News Service, July 2, 2008 Wednesday, 858 words, States News Service

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FIRST IMAGES OF SOLAR SYSTEM'S INVISIBLE FRONTIER  Targeted News Service, July 2, 2008 Wednesday 8:14 AM  EST, 749  words, Targeted News Service

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STEREO Creates First Images of the Solar System's Invisible Frontier  U.S. Newswire, July 2, 2008 Wednesday 1:00 PM EST, SCIENCE EDITORS, 573 words

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STEREO CREATES FIRST IMAGES OF SOLAR SYSTEM'S INVISIBLE FRONTIER  US Fed News, July 2, 2008 Wednesday 1:27 AM  EST, 527  words, US Fed News

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Scientists map previously undetected particles from edge of solar system  Hindustan Times, July 3, 2008 Thursday 3:19 PM  EST, 448  words, Report from Asian News International brought to you by HT Syndication.

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STEREO Creates First Images of the Solar System's Invisible Frontier  Space Daily, July 3, 2008 Thursday, 699 words, Staff Writers

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MAPPING IT OUT: UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF NEW HAMPSHIRE PROJECT WILL CREATE FIRST 'FULL SKY' MAP  Targeted News Service, July 14, 2008 Monday 1:52 AM  EST, 585  words, Targeted News Service

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Q2 2008 Orbital Sciences Corporation Earnings Conference Call - Final  FD (Fair Disclosure) Wire, July 17, 2008 Thursday, 7788  words

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Q2 2008 Orbital Sciences Corporation Earnings Conference Call - Final  FD (Fair Disclosure) Wire, July 17, 2008 Thursday, 7869  words

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NASA's Shuttle and Rocket Missions  Space & Missile Defense Report, July 21, 2008 Monday, 1302  words

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IBEX Spacecraft Heads West, Takes Major Step Toward Launch  PR Newswire, July 25, 2008 Friday 3:54 PM GMT, 619 words

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IBEX Spacecraft Heads West, Takes Major Step Toward Launch  U.S. Newswire, July 25, 2008 Friday 11:54 AM EST, TECHNOLOGY EDITORS, 601 words

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IBEX Spacecraft Takes Major Step Toward Launch  Space Daily, July 28, 2008 Monday, 546 words, Staff Writers

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Orbital Delivers NASA's IBEX Satellite to Vandenberg Air Force Base for Integration with Pegasus Launch Vehicle;  -- Company-Built Interstellar Boundary Explorer Spacecraft to be Launched Aboard Pegasus Rocket from Kwajalein Atoll Near the Equator --  Business Wire, July 30, 2008 Wednesday 2:00 PM GMT, 731 words

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IBEX Satellite Ready For Integration With Pegasus Launch Vehicle  Space Daily, July 31, 2008 Thursday, 538 words, Staff Writers

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Expendable Launch Vehicle Status Report  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, August 1, 2008, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 253  words

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Orbital Delivers NASA's IBEX Satellite to Vandenberg Air Force Base   Wireless News, August 2, 2008 Saturday, 482 words

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Outer Limits  Aviation Week & Space Technology, August 4, 2008, In Orbit; Pg. 16, 217  words, Edited by Frank Morring, Jr.

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SCIENCE  SATELLITE WEEK, August 04, 2008 Monday, SCIENCE, 111  words

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Expendable Launch Vehicle Status Report  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, August 8, 2008, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 249  words

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Expendable Launch Vehicle Status Report  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, August 15, 2008, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 269  words

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Expendable Launch Vehicle Status Report  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, August 29, 2008, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 242  words

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IBEX SPACECRAFT TAKES MAJOR STEP TOWARDS LAUNCH  IMAGING UPDATE, September 2008, 570  words

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Orbital successfully launches company-built IBEX satellite aboard Pegasus rocket for NASA;  CONTRACTS  Wireless Satellite and Broadcasting Newsletter, September 1, 2008, Pg. 5(2), 467 words

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Expendable Launch Vehicle Status Report  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, September 19, 2008, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 233  words

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Solar Winds, Crucial To Life On Earth, Decreasing  National Public Radio (NPR), September 26, 2008 Friday, 2935  words

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SOLAR WINDS, CRUCIAL TO LIFE ON EARTH, DECREASING  National Public Radio (NPR), September 26, 2008 Friday, 2931  words

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Expendable Launch Vehicle Status Report  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, September 26, 2008, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 221  words

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NASA Launch Schedule  Space & Missile Defense Report, September 29, 2008 Monday, 1531  words

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NASA To Discuss Mission To Explore The Edge Of The Solar System  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, October 2, 2008, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 257  words

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NASA TO DISCUSS MISSION TO EXPLORE EDGE OF SOLAR SYSTEM  States News Service, October 2, 2008 Thursday, 204 words, States News Service

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NASA TO DISCUSS MISSION TO EXPLORE EDGE OF SOLAR SYSTEM  US Fed News, October 2, 2008 Thursday 5:52 AM  EST, 203  words, US Fed News

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Expendable Launch Vehicle Status Report  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, October 3, 2008, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 208  words

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UNH SPACE SCIENCE CENTER TO DEDICATE NEW SMALL SATELLITE TEST FACILITY OCT. 9  States News Service, October 3, 2008 Friday, 604 words, States News Service

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EVENT: CONFERENCE CALL BRIEFING - THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION (NASA);  LOCATION: None given -- October 6, 2008 As seen in text  DC Daybook - Policy & News Events, October 06, 2008 Monday, GENERAL NEWS EVENTS, 208 words

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Today's Events In Washington  The Frontrunner, October 6, 2008 Monday, WASHINGTON'S SCHEDULE, 2161 words

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NASA Spacecraft Ready to Explore Outer Solar System  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, October 6, 2008, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 545  words

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NASA Spacecraft Ready To Explore Outer Solar System  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, October 6, 2008, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 557  words

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NASA Spacecraft Ready to Explore Outer Solar System  PR Newswire, October 6, 2008 Monday 5:00 PM GMT, 550 words

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IBEX Spacecraft To Launch Oct. 19 From Kwajalein Atoll On Mission To Study Solar System-Galaxy Limits  Space & Missile Defense Report, October 6, 2008 Monday, 570  words

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NASA's Shuttle and Rocket Missions  Space & Missile Defense Report, October 6, 2008 Monday, 1522  words

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NASA SPACECRAFT READY TO EXPLORE OUTER SOLAR SYSTEM  States News Service, October 6, 2008 Monday, 509 words, States News Service

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NASA: Ready to explore outer solar system  UPI, October 6, 2008 Monday 1:29 PM EST, 157 words

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NASA Spacecraft Ready to Explore Outer Solar System  U.S. Newswire, October 6, 2008 Monday 1:00 PM EST, TECHNOLOGY EDITORS, 536 words

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NASA SPACECRAFT READY TO EXPLORE OUTER SOLAR SYSTEM  US Fed News, October 6, 2008 Monday 5:52 AM  EST, 509  words, US Fed News

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IBEX To Pioneer New Method Of Raising Orbit  Aerospace Daily & Defense Report, October 7, 2008 Tuesday, News; Pg. 3, 477  words, Jefferson Morris

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NASA SPACECRAFT ALL SET EXPLORE THE DYNAMIC INTERACTIONS IN OUTER SOLAR SYSTEM  Hindustan Times, October 7, 2008 Tuesday 5:35 PM  EST, 410  words, two days, for his a key role of a mediator in conjunction with Saudi Arabia in bringing about a negotiated settlement between the Taliban and the Karzai regime to pave the way for withdrawal of the US and NATO forces from Afghanistan. Report from Asian News International brought to you by HT Syndication.

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NASA Spacecraft Ready To Explore Outer Solar System  Space Daily, October 7, 2008 Tuesday, 491 words, Staff Writers

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PR Newswire Summary of Technology Copy, Oct. 8, 2008  PR Newswire, October 8, 2008 Wednesday 9:16 PM GMT, 5220 words

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Lockheed Martin Sensor Aboard for Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) Mission Launch  PR Newswire, October 8, 2008 Wednesday 3:07 PM GMT, 833 words

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SCIENCE;  Voyagers: So long to solar system  Daily Camera (Boulder, Colorado), October 10, 2008 Friday, B:DAILY CAMERA; Pg. 05, 644 words

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UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA SCIENTISTS TO HELP MAP EDGE OF SOLAR SYSTEM  Targeted News Service, October 10, 2008 Friday 6:08 AM  EST, 683  words, Targeted News Service

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Getting Out There  Aviation Week & Space Technology, October 13, 2008, In Orbit; Pg. 18, 225  words, Edited by Frank Morring, Jr.

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Nasa IBEX Probe to Go Where Only Voyager Has Gone Before [IBEX]  Gizmodo, October 13, 2008 Monday 8:40 AM EST, 253 words

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NASA Launch Schedule  Space & Missile Defense Report, October 13, 2008 Monday, 1525  words

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NASA to webcast IBEX Spacecraft launch  David Kirkpatrick, October 14, 2008 Tuesday 5:42 PM EST, 340 words, davidkirkpatrick

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NASA PROBE TO EXAMINE BOUNDARY BETWEEN SOLAR SYSTEM AND INTERGALACTIC SPACE  Hindustan Times, October 14, 2008 Tuesday 9:15 AM  EST, 435  words, Report from Asian News International brought to you by HT Syndication.

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NASA to Webcast IBEX Spacecraft Launch on Pegasus Rocket Oct. 19  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, October 14, 2008, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 332  words

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NASA to Webcast IBEX Spacecraft Launch on Pegasus Rocket Oct. 19  PR Newswire, October 14, 2008 Tuesday 9:10 PM GMT, 330 words

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NASA to Webcast IBEX Spacecraft Launch on Pegasus Rocket Oct. 19  U.S. Newswire, October 14, 2008 Tuesday 5:10 PM EST, TECHNOLOGY EDITORS, 314 words

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NASA TO WEBCAST IBEX SPACECRAFT LAUNCH ON PEGASUS ROCKET OCT. 19  US Fed News, October 14, 2008 Tuesday 6:00 AM  EST, 278  words, US Fed News

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NASA and the weakening solar bubble  David Kirkpatrick, October 15, 2008 Wednesday 2:15 PM EST, 309 words, davidkirkpatrick

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NASA to Webcast Launch   Entertainment Close-up, October 15, 2008 Wednesday, 239  words

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NASA to Discuss Mission to Study Sun's Weakening Protective Bubble  Justice Department Documents and Publications, October 15, 2008, JUSTICE DEPARTMENT PRESS RELEASES, 298  words

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NASA to Discuss Mission to Study Sun's Weakening Protective Bubble  PR Newswire, October 15, 2008 Wednesday 3:16 PM GMT, 265 words

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NASA To Webcast IBEX Spacecraft Launch  Space Daily, October 15, 2008 Wednesday, 207 words, Staff Writers

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INSTITUTE FOR STUDY OF EARTH, OCEANS, AND SPACE  States News Service, October 15, 2008 Wednesday, 687 words, States News Service

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NASA TO DISCUSS MISSION TO STUDY SUN'S WEAKENING PROTECTIVE BUBBLE  States News Service, October 15, 2008 Wednesday, 247 words, States News Service

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NASA to Webcast IBEX spacecraft launch  UPI, October 15, 2008 Wednesday 11:36 AM EST, 155 words

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NASA to Discuss Mission to Study Sun's Weakening Protective Bubble  U.S. Newswire, October 15, 2008 Wednesday 11:16 AM EST, TECHNOLOGY EDITORS, 252 words

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NASA TO DISCUSS MISSION TO STUDY SUN'S WEAKENING PROTECTIVE BUBBLE  US Fed News, October 15, 2008 Wednesday 5:57 AM  EST, 247  words, US Fed News

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Orbital Reports Third Quarter 2008 Financial Results;  -- Strong Free Cash Flow and Robust New Orders Highlight the Quarter --;  -- Company Increases 2008 Guidance, Provides Preliminary 2009 Outlook --;    Business Wire, October 16, 2008 Thursday 10:00 AM GMT, 4158 words

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Q3 2008 Orbital Sciences Corporation Earnings Conference Call - Final  FD (Fair Disclosure) Wire, October 16, 2008 Thursday, 9134  words

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Q3 2008 Orbital Sciences Corporation Earnings Conference Call - Final  FD (Fair Disclosure) Wire, October 16, 2008 Thursday, 9199  words

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NASA Invites Students to Experience the Edge of the Solar System at the Sunday Experiment  PR Newswire, October 16, 2008 Thursday 2:05 PM GMT, 452 words

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NASA Invites Students to Experience the Edge of the Solar System at the Sunday Experiment  U.S. Newswire, October 16, 2008 Thursday 10:05 AM EST, TECHNOLOGY EDITORS, 437 words

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NASA to launch probe to map solar system's edge  The Associated Press, October 17, 2008 Friday, BUSINESS NEWS, 326 words, By ALICIA CHANG, AP Science Writer

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NASA to launch probe to map solar system's edge  Associated Press Financial Wire, October 17, 2008 Friday 8:47 PM GMT, BUSINESS NEWS, 326 words, By ALICIA CHANG, AP Science Writer

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NASA to launch probe on 2-year mission to map solar system's edge  Broadcast News (BN), October 17, 2008 Friday, GENERAL AND NATIONAL NEWS, 144  words, CP

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NASA probe to map solar system's edge  Connecticut Post Online (Bridgeport, Connecticut), October 17, 2008 Friday, NEWS, 314 words

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EVENT: CONFERENCE CALL - THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION (NASA);  LOCATION: None given -- October 17, 2008 As seen in text  DC Daybook - Policy & News Events, October 17, 2008 Friday, GENERAL NEWS EVENTS, 136 words

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NASA CONFERENCE CALL;  SUBJECT: THE INTERSTELLAR BOUNDARY EXPLORER MISSION;  PARTICIPANTS: ERIC CHRISTIAN, PROGRAM SCIENTIST, NASA HEADQUARTERS STEPHEN FUSELIER, MAIN INVESTIGATOR FOR IBEX-LO, LOCKHEED MARTIN DAVID MCCOMAS, MAIN INVESTIGATOR FOR IBEX, SOUTHWEST RESEARCH INSTITUTE NATHAN SCHWADRON, CO-INVESTIGATOR, BOSTON UNIVERSITY MODERATOR: NANCY NEAL JONES, IBEX PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER, GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER  Federal News Service, October 17, 2008 Friday, PRESS CONFERENCE OR SPEECH, 1829 words

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Today's Events In Washington  The Frontrunner, October 17, 2008 Friday, WASHINGTON'S SCHEDULE, 1465 words

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Peering into the beyond;  What's outside our solar system ?  Metro (UK), October 17, 2008 Friday, Pg. 17, 576 words

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Expendable Launch Vehicle Status Report  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, October 17, 2008, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 238  words

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Probe built in San Antonio to study solar system's edges  San Antonio Express-News, October 17, 2008 Friday, METRO AND STATE NEWS; Pg. 8B, 690 words, Cindy Tumiel, STAFF

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S.A.-built probe to study solar system's edges  San Antonio Express-News, October 17, 2008 Friday, METRO AND STATE NEWS; Pg. 1B, 956 words, Cindy Tumiel, STAFF

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LOS ALAMOS IMAGER ABOARD IBEX SPACE MISSION  US Fed News, October 17, 2008 Friday 2:00 AM  EST, 737  words, US Fed News

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NASA to launch probe to map solar system's edge  The Associated Press State & Local Wire, October 17, 2008 Friday 7:01 PM GMT, STATE AND REGIONAL, 327 words, By ALICIA CHANG, AP Science Writer

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AFP world news agenda  Agence France Presse -- English, October 18, 2008 Saturday 10:33 PM GMT, 256 words

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AFP Americas News Agenda for Oct 18  Agence France Presse -- English, October 18, 2008 Saturday 10:21 PM GMT, 152 words

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ACROSS THE NATION  The Augusta Chronicle (Georgia), October 18, 2008 Saturday, NEWS; Pg. A03, 238 words

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 The Bismarck Tribune October 18, 2008 Saturday, WIRE; Pg. 6A, 317 words

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NASA: No quick fix for broken Hubble telescope [Derived headline]  Bucks County Courier Times, October 18, 2008 Saturday, Pg. B.8, 441 words

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Orbital Set to Launch Company-built IBEX Scientific Spacecraft for NASA Aboard Pegasus Rocket;  Company to Carry Out First of Three "Dual" Missions Scheduled Over the Next Nine Months as both Satellite Manufacturer and Launch Services Provider in Support of NASA's Science Satellite Programs;  Equatorial Launch from Kwajalein Atoll to Reach the Highest Apogee Ever for a Pegasus Mission; IBEX Satellite's Highly Elliptical Orbit to Reach 80% of the Distance to the Moon  Business Wire, October 18, 2008 Saturday 4:42 PM GMT, 802 words

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NASA prepares deep space probe  The Calgary Herald (Alberta), October 18, 2008 Saturday, NEWS; Pg. A7, 101  words, Calgary Herald

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THE NATION  Centre Daily Times (State College, PA), October 18, 2008 Saturday, A; Pg. 2, 1394 words

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Drug czar: Gangsters crossing border  The Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN), October 18, 2008 Saturday, NEWS; Pg. A5, 948 words, From Our Press Services

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 Daily Camera (Boulder, Colorado) October 18, 2008 Saturday, A:DAILY CAMERA; Pg. 04, 468 words

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Interstellar Boundary EXplorer ready to explore the boundaries of our solar system  Digital Journal, October 18, 2008 Saturday 10:53 AM EST, 579 words

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Satellite to probe limits of our solar system  The Gazette (Montreal), October 18, 2008 Saturday, NEWS; Pg. A28, 199  words, Reuters

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Probe goes to edge of solar system  Grand Rapid Press (Michigan), October 18, 2008 Saturday, NATION / WORLD; Pg. A7, 182 words

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NASA SATELLITE TO STUDY SOLAR SYSTEM'S OUTER LIMITS  Hindustan Times, October 18, 2008 Saturday 6:02 PM  EST, 323  words, Report from Asian News International brought to you by HT Syndication.

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Saturday Globe  The Myrtle Beach Sun-News (South Carolina), October 18, 2008 Saturday, BRIEFS; Pg. 4, 799 words

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Palin to be on SNLDeathsToday in historyBirthdaysActor pleads guilty  Topeka Capital-Journal (Kansas), October 18, 2008 Saturday, WEATHER; Pg. 5, 1792 words

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Palin to be on SNLDeathsToday in historyBirthdaysActor pleads guilty   Topeka Capital-Journal (Kansas), October 18, 2008 Saturday, WEATHER; Pg. 5, 1792 words

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NASA to launch probe to map solar system's edge  Associated Press Online, October 18, 2008 Saturday 3:29 AM GMT, DOMESTIC NEWS, 326 words, By ALICIA CHANG, AP Science Writer

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NASA launches probe to study edge of solar system  Agence France Presse -- English, October 19, 2008 Sunday 8:14 PM GMT, 570 words

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NASA launches probe to study edge of solar system  Agence France Presse -- English, October 19, 2008 Sunday 7:05 PM GMT, 233 words

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NASA sends probe to study edge of solar system  Agence France Presse -- English, October 19, 2008 Sunday 7:11 AM GMT, 548 words, Jean-Louis Santini

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Nasa to probe why solar system's protective shield is shrinking  Argus Weekend (South Africa), October 19, 2008, NEWS; Pg. 2, 438 words, Richard Gray

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Shrinking solar bubble could threaten life on Earth; Scientists launch space mission today to solve mystery  The Calgary Herald (Alberta), October 19, 2008 Sunday, NEWS; Next: Trends - Discoveries - What's New; Pg. A7, 429  words, Richard Gray, The Telegraph

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Explorer to scan galaxy's far edge  FLORIDA TODAY (Brevard County, Florida), October 19, 2008 Sunday, NEWS; Pg. 1A, 332 words, TODD HALVORSON Contact Halvorson at 639-0576 or thalvorson@floridatoday.com

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SUN'S PROTECTIVE 'BUBBLE' SHRINKING, SAY NASA SCIENTISTS  Hindustan Times, October 19, 2008 Sunday 6:01 PM  EST, 401  words, Report from Asian News International brought to you by HT Syndication.

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NASA SATELLITE TO STUDY SOLAR SYSTEM'S OUTER LIMITS (RE-ISSUE)  Hindustan Times, October 19, 2008 Sunday 6:01 PM  EST, 323  words, Report from Asian News International brought to you by HT Syndication.

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 Lewiston Morning Tribune (Idaho) October 19, 2008 Sunday, 735 words

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NASA Launches IBEX Mission to Outer Solar System  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, October 19, 2008, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 408  words

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NASA Launches IBEX Mission to Outer Solar System  PR Newswire, October 19, 2008 Sunday 10:35 PM GMT, 426 words

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SATELLITE TO UNRAVEL SOME MYSTERIES OF SPACE  The Santa Fe New Mexican (New Mexico), October 19, 2008 Sunday, LOCAL NEWS; Pg. C-1, 689 words, SUE VORENBERG

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NASA LAUNCHES IBEX MISSION TO OUTER SOLAR SYSTEM  States News Service, October 19, 2008 Sunday, 374 words, States News Service

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NASA to launch probe  The Sunday Mail (Queensland, Australia), October 19, 2008 Sunday, WORLD; Pg. 53, 156  words, Alicia Chang

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Probing the solar system's edge  Sunday Tasmanian (Australia), October 19, 2008 Sunday, WORLD; Pg. 15, 138  words

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Radiation threat to all life on Earth  Sunday Independent (Ireland), October 19, 2008, WORLD NEWS, 329 words

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Life on Earth threatened as galaxy's cosmic radiation shield gets weaker  The Sunday Telegraph (London), October 19, 2008, NEWS; International; Pg. 35, 451  words, RICHARD GRAY Science Correspondent

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VOA NEWS: NASA PROBE TO OBSERVE EDGE OF SOLAR SYSTEM  US Fed News, October 19, 2008 Sunday 7:18 AM  EST, 118  words, US Fed News

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NASA LAUNCHES IBEX MISSION TO OUTER SOLAR SYSTEM  US Fed News, October 19, 2008 Sunday 3:28 AM  EST, 373  words, US Fed News

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NASA Probe to Observe Edge of Solar System  Voice of America News, October 19, 2008, VOA ENGLISH SERVICE, 110  words

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Xinhua world news summary at 0030 GMT, Oct. 20  Xinhua General News Service, October 19, 2008 Sunday 8:40 PM EST, WORLD NEWS, 284 words

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Xinhua world news summary at 0030 GMT, Oct. 20  Xinhua General News Service, October 19, 2008 Sunday 1:16 AM EST, WORLD NEWS, 284 words

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Ibex spacecraft to study fringes of solar system  The Associated Press State & Local Wire, October 19, 2008 Sunday 6:28 PM GMT, STATE AND REGIONAL, 110 words

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Orbital Successfully Launches Company-Built IBEX Satellite aboard Pegasus Rocket for NASA;  -- Latest Mission Is 26th Consecutive Successful Launch for Pegasus --;  -- Scientific Satellite to Study the Heliosphere is Performing as Expected Early in its Mission --  Business Wire, October 20, 2008 Monday 3:18 PM GMT, 901 words

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NASA launches probe to chart outer limits of solar system  CBC NEWS, October 20, 2008 Monday 12:15 PM GMT, 361 words, CBC News

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NATION & WORLD  Chicago Tribune, October 20, 2008 Monday,  NEWS ; ZONE C; Pg. 10, 541 words

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Probe will study edge of solar system  Edmonton Journal (Alberta), October 20, 2008 Monday, NEWS; World Digest; Pg. A16, 64  words, Canwest News Service

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NASA's IBEX Ready to Measure the Edges of Our Solar System [IBEX]  io9, October 20, 2008 Monday 1:40 PM EST, 296 words

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NASA EXPLORER All systems go for probe  MX (Australia), October 20, 2008 Monday, NEWS; Pg. 9, 104 words

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All systems go for probe  MX Brisbane (Queensland, Australia), October 20, 2008 Monday, MX; Pg. 9, 106 words

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NASA Launches IBEX Mission To Outer Solar System  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, October 20, 2008, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 423  words

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Space probe is on its way - way out there  San Antonio Express-News, October 20, 2008 Monday, METRO AND STATE NEWS; Pg. 1B, 495 words, Cindy Tumiel, STAFF

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SCIENCE  SATELLITE WEEK, October 20, 2008 Monday, SCIENCE, 59  words

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IBEX Imager To Capture Evidence Of Far-Distant Particle Collisions  Space Daily, October 20, 2008 Monday, 539 words, Staff Writers

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NASA Launches Spacecraft To Check On Possible Weakening Of Protective Layer Shielding Solar System From Cosmic Rays  Space & Missile Defense Report, October 20, 2008 Monday, 388  words

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NASA's Shuttle and Rocket Missions  Space & Missile Defense Report, October 20, 2008 Monday, 1525  words

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All systems go for probe  Sydney MX (Australia), October 20, 2008 Monday, WORLD; Pg. 9, 106 words

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united states: NASA launches IBEX  TendersInfo, October 20, 2008 Monday, 267 words, sanjayc03

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United states: Orbital Set to Launch Company-built IBEX Scientific Spacecraft for NASA Aboard Pegasus Rocket  TendersInfo, October 20, 2008 Monday, 282 words, sanjayc03

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IBEX begins its outer solar system mission  UPI, October 20, 2008 Monday 10:36 AM EST, 194 words

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 Ventura County Star (California) October 20, 2008 Monday, NEWS, 522 words

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Orbital Sciences launches IBEX  Washington Business Journal (Washington DC), October 20, 2008 Monday, 178  words, Tucker Echols

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Spacecraft blasts off to probe edge of solar system  CNN.com, October 20, 2008 Monday 11:18 AM EST, SCIENCE & SPACE, 282 words

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IBEX Launched To Study Outer Edge Of Solar System  Aerospace Daily & Defense Report, October 21, 2008 Tuesday, News; Pg. 2, 325  words, Jefferson Morris

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NASA Launches IBEX Mission To Outer Solar System  Space Daily, October 21, 2008 Tuesday, 354 words, Staff Writers

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United Kingdom: NASA launches satellite to scan solar systems outer limits  TendersInfo, October 21, 2008 Tuesday, 458 words, sanjayc03

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United States: IBEX probe launched to study outer solar system  TendersInfo, October 21, 2008 Tuesday, 564 words, sanjayc03

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United States: NASA All systems go on IBEX probe to map edge of solar system  TendersInfo, October 21, 2008 Tuesday, 545 words, rajesh03

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United States: NASA spacecraft rocketed into space Sunday to map the edge of the solar system  TendersInfo, October 21, 2008 Tuesday, 119 words, sanjayc03

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Around the world / gallery  Townsville Bulletin (Australia), October 21, 2008 Tuesday, WORLD; Pg. 11, 56  words

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PTR Group Celebrates Third Successful Launch of the Year;  Launch Marks 8th Spacecraft Launched This Year for Engineering Services Company  PR Newswire, October 22, 2008 Wednesday 4:54 PM GMT, 428 words

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60 Seconds  New Scientist, October 25, 2008, NEWS; 60 Seconds; Pg. 7, 299  words, Staff

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Answers blow in solar wind  Sunday Tasmanian (Australia), October 26, 2008 Sunday, SUNDAY; Pg. 35, 502  words, MARTIN GEORGE

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Company Watch - NASA  AirGuideBusiness.com, October 27, 2008, Business & Industry News, 1393 words

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IBEX Away  Aviation Week & Space Technology, October 27, 2008, In Orbit; Pg. 19, 186  words, Edited by Frank Morring, Jr.

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Applied Defense Solutions Performs Flight Dynamics For IBEX  Space Daily, October 27, 2008 Monday, 796 words, Staff Writers

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NASA'S IBEX SPACECRAFT REACHES ORBIT, BEGINS INSTRUMENT COMMISSIONING  Hindustan Times, November 13, 2008 Thursday 6:05 PM  EST, 370  words, Report from Asian News International brought to you by HT Syndication.

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IBEX Spacecraft Reaches Orbit  Space Daily, November 13, 2008 Thursday, 390 words, Staff Writers

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NASA's IBEX spacecraft reaches orbit, begins instrument commissioning  Asian News International (ANI), November 25, 2008 Tuesday, 356  words, ANI

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Space transportation  Aerospace America, December 2008, SPACE AND MISSILE SYSTEMS; Pg. 86, 1426 words, Carl Ehrlich; the AIAA Space Transportation Technical Committee

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NASA's IBEX spacecraft reaches orbit, begins instrument commissioning  Asian News International (ANI), December 3, 2008 Wednesday, 356  words, ANI

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Eyeing the edge of the solar system  Machine Design, December 11, 2008, Pg. 80, 138  words

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ZANK, UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA AT HUNTSVILLE TEAM WAIT FOR SATELLITE TO PROBE SUN'S 'BUBBLE' IN STUFF BETWEEN STARS  US Fed News, December 22, 2008 Monday 3:37 AM  EST, 662  words, US Fed News

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Year in review: 2008  Ruidoso News (New Mexico), December 25, 2008 Thursday, COLUMNS FP; Columnists, 909 words, In Our Skies, by Alan Hale, Astronomer

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Kennedy Space Center Celebrates NASA'S 50 Years In 2008, Eyes Next 50  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, December 31, 2008, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 1238  words

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IBEX Building First All-Sky Map Of The Edge Of The Solar System  Space Daily, January 14, 2009 Wednesday, 496 words, Staff Writers

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IBEX Collecting Data on Solar System  Wireless News, January 15, 2009 Thursday, 472  words

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NASA Selects Orbital's Pegasus Rocket to Launch NuSTAR Space Science Satellite;  -- Company to Provide Both the Launch Vehicle and Satellite for Important NASA Mission --  Business Wire, February 18, 2009 Wednesday 4:29 PM GMT, 862 words

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Orbital Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2008 Financial Results;  -- Annual Revenues, Operating Income, Free Cash Flow and Backlog Set New Records --;  -- Fourth Quarter Revenues Up 11%, Adjusted Earnings Per Share $0.33 --;  -- Company Updates 2009 Financial Guidance --  Business Wire, February 19, 2009 Thursday 11:00 AM GMT, 4211 words

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Q4 2008 Orbital Sciences Corporation Earnings Conference Call - Final  FD (Fair Disclosure) Wire, February 19, 2009 Thursday, 10414  words

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SANDIA'S DIAMOND-LIKE FILMS ON BOARD NASA SATELLITE  US Fed News, February 21, 2009 Saturday 11:21 AM  EST, 563  words

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New Space Show Highlights IBEX's Mission Of Discovery  Space Daily, March 9, 2009 Monday, 471 words, Staff Writers

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Aurora Flight Sciences Wins NASA Contract for Charged Particle Spectrometer for Manned Space Vehicles  Marketwire, March 18, 2009 Wednesday 7:06 AM GMT, 379 words

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Professors Earns $411,000 NASA Grant to Study the Final Frontier of the Solar System  Targeted News Service, April 20, 2009 Monday 1:57 AM  EST, 335  words

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Diamond-like films on board NASA satellite;  INDUSTRY NEWS  Advanced Materials & Processes, May 1, 2009, Pg. S4(1), 154 words

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Carbon film enhances space probe;  TECH TALK;  Brief article  National Defense, May 1, 2009, Pg. 45(1), 112 words, Williams, Robert H.

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Planetarium show to feature SWI's work  San Antonio Business Journal, May 28, 2009 Thursday, 215  words

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NASA spacecraft detects ultra fast hydrogen coming from Moon  Asian News International (ANI), June 19, 2009 Friday, 446  words, ANI

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NASA spacecraft detects ultra fast hydrogen coming from Moon  Hindustan Times, June 19, 2009 Friday, 459 words

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IBEX Detects Fast Neutral Hydrogen From The Moon  Space Daily, June 19, 2009 Friday, 651 words, Staff Writers

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Lunar neutral hydrogen atoms discovered  UPI, June 24, 2009 Wednesday 4:06 PM EST, 202 words

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Orbital selected by NASA to build new space science satellite to study x-ray polarization;  CONTRACTS  Wireless Satellite and Broadcasting Newsletter, July 1, 2009, Pg. 2(2), 608 words

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Orbital Selected by NASA to Build New Space Science Satellite to Study X-Ray Polarization;  -- Company to Design, Manufacture, Test and Operate New $40 Million Low-Earth Orbit Space Science Satellite --;    Business Wire, July 8, 2009 Wednesday 6:01 PM GMT, 799 words

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Orbital selected to build $40M NASA satellite  Washington Business Journal (Washington DC), July 8, 2009 Wednesday, 153  words, Barton Eckert

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United States: Orbital selected to build $40M NASA satellite  TendersInfo, July 10, 2009 Friday, 154 words, datta003

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Orbital Selected by NASA to Build Low-Earth Orbit Space Science Satellite  Wireless News, July 12, 2009 Sunday, 494  words

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Orbital Selected by NASA to Build Low-Earth Orbit Space Science Satellite  Health & Beauty Close-Up, July 13, 2009 Monday, 494  words

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7DAYS  San Antonio Express-News, July 15, 2009 Wednesday, 210 SA; Pg. 14T, 2946 words

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Top 10 Science Stories of 2009 Announced by Los Alamos National Laboratory.  Benzinga.com, August 4, 2009, 2003 words

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"IBEX: SEARCH FOR EDGE OF SOLAR SYSTEM" PREMIERES OCT. 10 AT MCAULIFFE-SHEPARD DISCOVERY CENTER  States News Service, October 6, 2009 Tuesday, 551 words, States News Service

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'INTERSTELLAR BOUNDARY EXPLORER: SEARCH FOR EDGE OF SOLAR SYSTEM' PREMIERES OCT. 10 AT MCAULIFFE-SHEPARD DISCOVERY CENTER  US Fed News, October 7, 2009 Wednesday 7:56 PM  EST, 572  words

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WorldView-2 Satellite Features Key Processing Electronics from Southwest Research Institute  Business Wire, October 8, 2009 Thursday 7:36 PM GMT, 507 words

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Planetarium First in Texas With New Technology  Targeted News Service, October 8, 2009 Thursday 6:14 AM  EST, 494  words, Targeted News Service

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DigitalGlobe Introduces WorldView-2 Satellite  Entertainment Close-Up, October 13, 2009 Tuesday, 294  words

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NASA to Reveal Data Showing a New View of Our Galaxy  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, October 13, 2009, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 276  words

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NASA to Reveal Data Showing a New View of Our Galaxy  PR Newswire, October 13, 2009 Tuesday 3:13 PM EST, 284 words

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WorldView-2 Satellite Features Key Processing Electronics From SwRI  Space Daily, October 13, 2009 Tuesday, 429 words, Staff Writers

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NASA TO REVEAL DATA SHOWING A NEW VIEW OF OUR GALAXY  States News Service, October 13, 2009 Tuesday, 233 words, States News Service

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AFP Americas News Agenda for October 15  Agence France Presse -- English, October 14, 2009 Wednesday 9:20 PM GMT, 211 words

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NASA discuss new science data of the galaxy  Future News - Media Planner, October 14, 2009 Wednesday, NEWS, 86 words

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NASA TO REVEAL DATA SHOWING NEW VIEW OF OUR GALAXY  US Fed News, October 14, 2009 Wednesday 3:01 PM  EST, 251  words

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NASA probe helps to map solar system  Agence France Presse -- English, October 15, 2009 Thursday 6:20 PM GMT, 514 words

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EVENT: REVISED - NEWS CONFERENCE - THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION (NASA);  LOCATION: NASA Headquarters, 300 E Street SW, James Webb Auditorium, Washington, D.C. -- October 15, 2009 2:15 PM  DC Daybook - Policy & News Events, October 15, 2009 Thursday, GENERAL NEWS EVENTS, 184 words

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Today's Events In Washington  The Frontrunner, October 15, 2009 Thursday, WASHINGTON'S SCHEDULE, 2877 words

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NASA Spacecraft Provides First View of Our Place in the Galaxy  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, October 15, 2009, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 698  words

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Cassini Data Help Redraw Shape of Solar System  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, October 15, 2009, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 687  words

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NASA Spacecraft Provides First View of Our Place in the Galaxy  PR Newswire, October 15, 2009 Thursday 2:09 PM EST, 708 words

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Discovering the Unexpected: Researchers Surprised By First Results From NASA's Interstellar Boundary Explorer Mission  PR Newswire, October 15, 2009 Thursday 2:00 PM EST, 753 words

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NASA SPACECRAFT PROVIDES FIRST VIEW OF OUR PLACE IN GALAXY  States News Service, October 15, 2009 Thursday, 655 words, States News Service

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UNH SPACE SCIENTISTS HELP CATCH INTERSTELLAR WIND  States News Service, October 15, 2009 Thursday, 815 words, States News Service

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IBEX DISCOVERS THAT GALACTIC MAGNETIC FIELDS MAY CONTROL BOUNDARIES OF OUR SOLAR SYSTEM  States News Service, October 15, 2009 Thursday, 850 words, States News Service

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UNH Space Scientists Help Catch the Interstellar Wind  Targeted News Service, October 15, 2009 Thursday 6:34 AM  EST, 841  words, Targeted News Service

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NASA Spacecraft Provides First View of Our Place in the Galaxy  Targeted News Service, October 15, 2009 Thursday 4:06 AM  EST, 680  words, Targeted News Service

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IBEX Discovers That Galactic Magnetic Fields May Control the Boundaries of Our Solar System  Targeted News Service, October 15, 2009 Thursday 2:43 AM  EST, 871  words, Targeted News Service

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UPI NewsTrack Health and Science News  UPI, October 15, 2009 Thursday 6:14 PM EST, 914 words

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Spacecraft obtains new view of our galaxy  UPI, October 15, 2009 Thursday 3:13 PM EST, 231 words

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Scientists map solar system  ABC Premium News (Australia), October 16, 2009 Friday 3:31 PM AEST, 146  words

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'Ribbon' found at edge of solar system  CBC NEWS, October 16, 2009 Friday 2:42 PM GMT, 313 words, CBC News

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Discovering The Unexpected: Researchers Surprised By First Results From NASA'S Interstellar Boundary Explorer Mission  ENP Newswire, October 16, 2009 Friday, 728 words

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NASA spacecraft provides first view of our solar system's position in Milky Way  Hindustan Times, October 16, 2009 Friday, 372  words

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Scientists discover "noodle soup" of solar material at space bubble's edge  Hindustan Times, October 16, 2009 Friday, 422  words

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NASA spacecraft helps scientists map solar system  Indo-Asian News Service, October 16, 2009 Friday, 380  words

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Galactic Weather Discovery Changes Our Understanding of the Solar System [Heliopause Porn]  io9, October 16, 2009 Friday 1:35 PM EST, 481 words

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Mapping The Boundaries Of The Solar System  National Public Radio (NPR), October 16, 2009 Friday, 2132  words

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Spacecraft provides map of sky's atoms  San Antonio Express-News, October 16, 2009 Friday, METRO AND STATE NEWS; Pg. 1B, 704 words, Elizabeth Allen, STAFF

394

Bursting the Sun's Bubble  Targeted News Service, October 16, 2009 Friday 5:03 AM  EST, 591  words, Targeted News Service

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UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE SPACE SCIENTISTS HELP CATCH INTERSTELLAR WIND  US Fed News, October 16, 2009 Friday 5:24 PM  EST, 842  words

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DigitalGlobe Launches WorldView-2 Satellite  Wireless News, October 16, 2009 Friday, 294  words

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Space boundary bright  The Calgary Herald (Alberta), October 17, 2009 Saturday, NEWS; Pg. A26, 235  words, Reuters

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Galactic magnetic fields may control boundaries of our solar system  Hindustan Times, October 17, 2009 Saturday, 482  words

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Mapping edge of galaxy  Townsville Bulletin (Australia), October 17, 2009 Saturday, FEATURES; Pg. 65, 238  words

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NASA spacecraft provides first view of our solar system's position in Milky Way  Asian News International (ANI), October 18, 2009 Sunday, 355  words, ANI

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Scientists discover "noodle soup" of solar material at space bubble's edge  Asian News International (ANI), October 18, 2009 Sunday, 415  words, ANI

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Galactic magnetic fields may control boundaries of our solar system  Asian News International (ANI), October 18, 2009 Sunday, 474  words, ANI

403

IBEX finds solar system surprise  David Kirkpatrick, October 18, 2009 Sunday 3:51 AM EST, 1152 words, davidkirkpatrick

404

NASA Discovers A Ring Around The Solar System  National Public Radio (NPR), October 18, 2009 Sunday, 874  words

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Our life in the solar system bubble  PrairiePundit, October 18, 2009 Sunday 8:34 PM EST, 305 words, Merv

406

IBEX Explores Galactic Frontier, Releases First-Ever All-Sky Map  Space Daily, October 18, 2009 Sunday, 617 words, Staff Writers

407

IBEX Team To Publish All-Sky Map  Aerospace Daily & Defense Report, October 19, 2009 Monday, What's Ahead in Aerospace & Defense; Pg. 1, 131  words, Staff

408

IBEX Map Published  Aviation Week & Space Technology, October 19, 2009, News Breaks; Pg. 18, 129  words

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To the Edge Of The Solar System & Beyond  The Daily Galaxy, October 19, 2009 Monday 3:56 AM EST, 369 words, Casey Kazan Daily Galaxy Editorial Staff

410

Cassini Data Help Redraw Shape Of Solar System  Space Daily, October 19, 2009 Monday, 502 words, Staff Writers

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United States: NASA s IBEX Spots Mystery Emissions at Edge of Solar System  TendersInfo, October 19, 2009 Monday, 495 words, sanjayV03

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Giant Ribbon Discovered At Edge Of Solar System  Space Daily, October 20, 2009 Tuesday, 523 words, Dr. Tony Phillips

413

SATELLITE REVEALS SURPRISING COSMIC 'WEATHER' AT EDGE OF SOLAR SYSTEM  States News Service, October 20, 2009 Tuesday, 482 words, States News Service

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UM Scientists Help Detect Giant Ring at Edge of Solar System  Targeted News Service, October 20, 2009 Tuesday 2:25 AM  EST, 888  words, Targeted News Service

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UM Scientists Help Detect Giant Ring at Edge of Solar System  Targeted News Service, October 20, 2009 Tuesday 2:25 AM  EST, 888  words, Targeted News Service

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NASA SPACECRAFT PROVIDES FIRST VIEW OF OUR PLACE IN GALAXY  US Fed News, October 20, 2009 Tuesday 5:24 PM  EST, 674  words

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NASA spacecraft provides first view of our solar system's position in Milky Way  Asian News International (ANI), October 21, 2009 Wednesday, 355  words, ANI

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Scientists discover "noodle soup" of solar material at space bubble's edge  Asian News International (ANI), October 21, 2009 Wednesday, 415  words, ANI

419

Galactic magnetic fields may control boundaries of our solar system  Asian News International (ANI), October 21, 2009 Wednesday, 474  words, ANI

420

IBEX sees heliosphere boundary structure  Slugger O'Toole, October 21, 2009 Wednesday 4:57 PM EST, 175 words, Pete Baker

421

UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA SCIENTISTS HELP DETECT GIANT RING AT EDGE OF SOLAR SYSTEM  US Fed News, October 21, 2009 Wednesday 12:05 PM  EST, 886  words

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Sun-seeker pushes boundaries  Sunday Tasmanian (Australia), October 25, 2009 Sunday, SUNDAY; Pg. 53, 512  words, MARTIN GEORGE

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Mueller Planetarium's 'Touching the Universe' Starts Nov. 8  Targeted News Service, October 30, 2009 Friday 10:52 PM  EST, 478  words, Targeted News Service

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UNH ASTRONOMY LECTURE NOV. 7 HIGHLIGHTS NASA MISSION DISCOVERIES  States News Service, November 2, 2009 Monday, 602 words, States News Service

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UNH ASTRONOMY LECTURE NOV. 7 HIGHLIGHTS NASA MISSION DISCOVERIES  US Fed News, November 3, 2009 Tuesday 3:29 PM  EST, 576  words

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Voyager 1, 2 work with new IBEX probe   Huntsville Times (Alabama), November 18, 2009 Wednesday, LOCAL BUSINESS; Pg. 1B, 400 words, Shelby G. Spires, Times Aerospace Writer

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Cassini's Big Sky - The View from the Center of Our Solar System  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, November 19, 2009, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 962  words

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ESSAYS ON FAITH;  Splendor of creation is but a shadow of what's to come  Charleston Gazette (West Virginia), November 22, 2009, Sunday, NEWS; Pg. P6E, 969 words, Evelyn R. Smith

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Cassini's Big Sky: The View From The Center Of Our Solar System  Space Daily, November 25, 2009 Wednesday, 990 words, Staff Writers

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Eureka! Water on the Moon and Other Discoveries Highlight Stellar Year for Nasa as Distinguished Astronaut Takes the Agency's Helm  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, December 16, 2009, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 2659  words

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Eureka! Water on the Moon and Other Discoveries Highlight Stellar Year for NASA as Distinguished Astronaut Takes the Agency's Helm  PR Newswire, December 16, 2009 Wednesday 4:30 PM EST, 2654 words

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EUREKA! WATER ON MOON AND OTHER DISCOVERIES HIGHLIGHT STELLAR YEAR FOR NASA AS DISTINGUISHED ASTRONAUT TAKES AGENCY'S HELM  States News Service, December 16, 2009 Wednesday, 2616 words, States News Service

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Eureka! Water on the Moon and Other Discoveries Highlight Stellar Year for NASA as Distinguished Astronaut Takes the Agency's Helm  Targeted News Service, December 16, 2009 Wednesday 2:51 AM  EST, 2641  words, Targeted News Service

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Eureka! Water on the Moon and Other Discoveries Highlight Stellar Year for NASA as Distinguished Astronaut Takes the Agency's Helm  Targeted News Service, December 16, 2009 Wednesday 2:51 AM  EST, 2641  words, Targeted News Service

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Small Explorers with big benefits  Aerospace America, January 2010, FEATURES; Pg. 32, 2475 words, J.R. Wilson, Contributing writer

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Florida Tech Astronomer Lectures on NASAs Interstellar Boundary Explorer Mission Jan. 22  Targeted News Service, January 4, 2010 Monday 11:26 PM  EST, 121  words, Targeted News Service

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Los Alamos Achievements from Supercomputing to Biofuels;  Los Alamos Achievements from Supercomputing to Biofuels  Business Wire, January 8, 2010 Friday 12:21 AM GMT, 1998 words

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SOLAR SCIENTISTS USE 'MAGNETIC MIRROR EFFECT' TO REPRODUCE IBEX OBSERVATION  States News Service, January 12, 2010 Tuesday, 865 words, States News Service

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IBEX's ribbon in the sky: scientists unravel the mystery;  NASA's Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) spacecraft recently detected a mysterious ribbon of particles at the edge of the solar system. Scientists now say it may have been formed by atoms reflected back into the solar system by the Milky Way's magnetic field.  The Christian Science Monitor, January 15, 2010 Friday, 699 words, Peter N. Spotts Staff writer

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Magnetic Mirror Effect Reproduces IBEX Observation  Space Daily, January 15, 2010 Friday, 767 words, Laura Layton

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AROUND OUR COMMUNITIES  FLORIDA TODAY (Brevard County, Florida), January 16, 2010 Saturday, LOCAL/STATE; Pg. B2, 922 words, By, COMPILED BY FLORIDA TODAY

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IBEX's ribbon in the sky: Scientists unravel the mystery  The Star, January 18, 2010, 729  words

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AROUND OUR COMMUNITIES  FLORIDA TODAY (Brevard County, Florida), January 19, 2010 Tuesday, LOCAL/STATE; Pg. B2, 956 words, By, COMPILED BY FLORIDA TODAY

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Iran: Mysterious ribbon at edge of solar system explained  Right Vision News, January 21, 2010 Thursday, 488  words

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Events calendar  Monterey County Herald (California), March 5, 2010 Friday, EVENTS, 2055 words, The Monterey County Herald

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Pretlow Planetarium Show Features Interstellar Boundary Probe  Targeted News Service, March 22, 2010 Monday 9:56 AM  EST, 277  words, Targeted News Service

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Planetarium to Explore 'Edge of Solar System'  Targeted News Service, May 2, 2010 Sunday 3:48 AM  EST, 230 words, Targeted News Service

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IBEX to be Featured at SSU's Clark Planetarium  Targeted News Service, July 15, 2010 Thursday 6:31 AM  EST, 258  words, Targeted News Service

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IBEX TO BE FEATURED AT SHAWNEE STATE UNIVERSITY'S CLARK PLANETARIUM  US Fed News, July 16, 2010 Friday 1:45 PM  EST, 248 words

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EVENT: CONFERENCE CALL BRIEFING - THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION (NASA);  LOCATION: None given -- September 29, 2010 As seen in text  DC Daybook - Policy & News Events, September 29, 2010 Wednesday, GENERAL NEWS EVENTS, 172 words

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NASA discuss new detail on conditions at the edge of our solar system  Future News - Media Planner, September 29, 2010 Wednesday, NEWS, 108 words

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NASA Reschedules Teleconference on IBEX Spacecraft Findings  PR Newswire, September 29, 2010 Wednesday 11:36 AM EST, 218 words

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NASA To Reveal New Data On Conditions At Edge Of Solar System  Right Vision News, September 29, 2010 Wednesday, 206  words

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NASA RESCHEDULES TELECONFERENCE ON IBEX SPACECRAFT FINDINGS  States News Service, September 29, 2010 Wednesday, 181 words, States News Service

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IBEX FINDS SURPRISING CHANGES AT SOLAR BOUNDARY  States News Service, September 29, 2010 Wednesday, 969 words, States News Service

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NASA mission shows evolution of conditions at edge of solar system  BNO News, September 30, 2010 Thursday 12:45 PM EST, 500 words, BNO News

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EVENT: NEW \\MOVED FROM TODAY\\ - CONFERENCE CALL BRIEFING - THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION (NASA);  LOCATION: None given -- September 30, 2010 As seen in text  DC Daybook - Policy & News Events, September 30, 2010 Thursday, GENERAL NEWS EVENTS, 172 words

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NASA Mission Shows Evolution Of Conditions At Edge Of Solar System  National Aeronautics and Space Administration Documents and Publications, September 30, 2010, NASA PRESS RELEASES, 673  words

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NASA Mission Shows Evolution of Conditions at Edge of Solar System  PR Newswire, September 30, 2010 Thursday 12:00 PM EST, 687 words

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NASA MISSION SHOWS EVOLUTION OF CONDITIONS AT EDGE OF SOLAR SYSTEM  States News Service, September 30, 2010 Thursday, 648 words, States News Service

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NEW MAP OF SUN'S PROTECTIVE "BUBBLE" UNVEILED BY IBEX TEAM, UNH RESEARCHER  States News Service, September 30, 2010 Thursday, 546 words, States News Service

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Spacecraft Observes Evolution of Conditions at Edge of Solar System  Targeted News Service, September 30, 2010 Thursday 4:47 AM  EST, 669  words, Targeted News Service

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New Map of Sun's Protective 'Bubble' Unveiled by IBEX Team, UNH Researcher  Targeted News Service, September 30, 2010 Thursday 4:34 AM  EST, 655  words, Targeted News Service

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Spacecraft Observes Evolution of Conditions at Edge of Solar System  Targeted News Service, September 30, 2010 Thursday 3:31 AM  EST, 683  words, Targeted News Service

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NASA Mission Shows Evolution of Conditions at Edge of Solar System  Targeted News Service, September 30, 2010 Thursday 2:52 AM  EST, 669  words, Targeted News Service

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Scientists Surprised by Rapid Changes in Space Structure  Voice of America News, September 30, 2010, VOA ENGLISH SERVICE, 402  words, Art Chimes

467

'Knot' in ribbon at solar system's edge 'unties'  Asian News International (ANI), October 1, 2010 Friday, 371  words, ANI

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NASA Reschedules Teleconference On IBEX Spacecraft Findings.  Plus NEWS, October 1, 2010, 145 words

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NASA Reschedules Teleconference On IBEX Spacecraft Findings  Plus Patent News, October 1, 2010 Friday, 146  words

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NASA MISSION SHOWS EVOLUTION OF CONDITIONS AT EDGE OF SOLAR SYSTEM  US Fed News, October 1, 2010 Friday 6:40 PM  EST, 674  words

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NASA Reschedules Teleconference On IBEX Spacecraft Findings.  Plus NEWS, October 2, 2010, 128 words

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NASA IBEX Probe Confirms Freaky Stuff Happening at the Edge of Our Solar System [Space]  Gizmodo, October 3, 2010 Sunday 12:00 PM EST, 317 words

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NASA Mission Shows Evolution Of Conditions At Edge Of Solar System.  Plus NEWS, October 4, 2010, 648 words

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NASA Mission Shows Evolution Of Conditions At Edge Of Solar System  Plus Patent News, October 4, 2010 Monday, 651  words

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Knot In The Ribbon At The Edge Of The Solar System "Unties"  Space Daily, October 4, 2010 Monday, 441 words, Staff Writers

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SwRI's McComas Named Fellow of the American Physical Society  Targeted News Service, December 1, 2010 Wednesday 4:18 AM  EST, 389  words, Targeted News Service

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IBEX Spacecraft Makes First-Ever Images of Magnetotail Structures, Dynamic Interactions Occurring in the Invisible Space Around Earth  Targeted News Service, December 14, 2010 Tuesday 2:38 AM  EST, 813  words, Targeted News Service

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Scientists explore invisible space around Earth  Asian News International (ANI), December 15, 2010 Wednesday, 306  words, ANI

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UNH SPACE PHYSICIST HONORED AS AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION FELLOW  States News Service, December 15, 2010 Wednesday, 880 words, States News Service

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UNH Space Physicist Honored as American Geophysical Union Fellow  Targeted News Service, December 15, 2010 Wednesday 3:05 AM  EST, 848  words, Targeted News Service

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UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE SPACE PHYSICIST MOBIUS HONORED AS AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION FELLOW  US Fed News, December 15, 2010 Wednesday 2:20 PM  EST, 912  words

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IBEX Makes First-Ever Images Of Magnetotail Structures  Space Daily, December 17, 2010 Friday, 610 words, Staff Writers

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Planetarium Shows to Begin New Schedule at Shawnee State University  Targeted News Service, January 7, 2011 Friday 3:52 AM  EST, 220  words, Targeted News Service

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OPINION: 1/11/11  The Daily Independent (Ashland, Kentucky), January 10, 2011 Monday, COMMENTARY, 401 words, The Daily Independent, Ashland, Ky.

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Catching Space Weather In The Act  Space Daily, February 25, 2011 Friday, 770 words, Staff Writers

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"It did its grand tour past the planets and it just goes on, on this voyage of discovery."  Slugger O'Toole, March 11, 2011 Friday 11:29 AM EST, 632 words, Pete Baker

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Planetarium Show Explores Edge of Universe  Targeted News Service, March 16, 2011 Wednesday 11:54 PM  EST, 266  words, Targeted News Service

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PLANETARIUM SHOW EXPLORES EDGE OF UNIVERSE  US Fed News, March 16, 2011 Wednesday 6:33 PM  EST, 266  words

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DURBIN, KIRK URGE NASA TO SELECT ADLER PLANETARIUM FOR SPACE SHUTTLE ORBITER;  Adler best qualified to take full advantage of educational benefits Orbiter provides;  Sen. Richard J. Durbin (D-IL) News Release  Congressional Documents and Publications, March 18, 2011, U.S. SENATE DOCUMENTS, 757  words

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KIRK, DURBIN URGE NASA TO SELECT ADLER PLANETARIUM FOR SPACE SHUTTLE ORBITER  States News Service, March 18, 2011 Friday, 764 words, States News Service

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Kirk, Durbin Urge Nasa to Select Adler Planetarium for Space Shuttle Orbiter  Targeted News Service, March 18, 2011 Friday 10:24 PM  EST, 776  words, Targeted News Service

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Durbin, Kirk Urge NASA to Select Adler Planetarium for Space Shuttle Orbiter  Targeted News Service, March 18, 2011 Friday 2:06 PM  EST, 778  words, Targeted News Service

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IBEX SCIENTISTS ISOLATE MYSTERIOUS "RIBBON" OF ENERGY AND PARTICLES THAT WRAPS AROUND SOLAR SYSTEM BOUNDARY  States News Service, March 30, 2011 Wednesday, 926 words, States News Service

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INTERSTELLAR BOUNDARY EXPLORER SCIENTISTS ISOLATE MYSTERIOUS 'RIBBON' OF ENERGY AND PARTICLES THAT WRAPS AROUND SOLAR SYSTEM BOUNDARY  US Fed News, March 30, 2011 Wednesday 11:52 AM  EST, 958  words

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Catching Space Weather in the Act  Asian Journal of Earth Sciences, April 2011 - June 2011, NEWS SCAN; Pg. 132, 830 words

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Mysterious "Ribbon" Of Energy And Particles Isolated  Space Daily, April 6, 2011 Wednesday, 816 words, Staff Writers

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Events calendar  Monterey County Herald (California), April 15, 2011 Friday, EVENTS, 2804 words, The Monterey County Herald

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Events calendar  Monterey County Herald (California), April 24, 2011 Sunday, EVENTS, 2163 words, The Monterey County Herald

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Events calendar  Monterey County Herald (California), April 25, 2011 Monday, EVENTS, 3163 words, The Monterey County Herald

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Events calendar  Monterey County Herald (California), April 26, 2011 Tuesday, EVENTS, 2741 words, The Monterey County Herald

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Events calendar  Monterey County Herald (California), April 27, 2011 Wednesday, EVENTS, 2076 words, The Monterey County Herald

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Events calendar  Monterey County Herald (California), April 29, 2011 Friday, EVENTS, 2923 words, The Monterey County Herald

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ASU Planetarium Summer Schedule Announced  Targeted News Service, May 25, 2011 Wednesday 1:58 AM  EST, 434  words, Targeted News Service

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Southwest Research Institute Space-Based Wireless Communications Platform Selected for DARPA System F6 Program.  Benzinga.com, June 21, 2011, 494 words

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Southwest Research Institute Space-Based Wireless Communications Platform Selected for DARPA System F6 Program  Business Wire, June 21, 2011 Tuesday 7:26 PM GMT, 488 words

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Southwest Research Institute Space-Based Wireless Communications Platform Selected for DARPA System F6 Program  Targeted News Service, June 21, 2011 Tuesday 2:07 AM  EST, 451  words, Targeted News Service

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NASA Night at ODU to Feature Talk, Planetarium Movie, and Moon Rock and Meteorite Specimens  Targeted News Service, September 19, 2011 Monday 2:51 AM  EST, 249  words, Targeted News Service

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NASA NIGHT AT OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY TO FEATURE TALK, PLANETARIUM MOVIE, AND MOON ROCK AND METEORITE SPECIMENS  US Fed News, September 19, 2011 Monday 6:31 PM  EST, 264 words

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NIKOLAOS PASCHALIDIS: MINIATURIZED DETAILS AND THE BIG PICTURE  States News Service, October 4, 2011 Tuesday, 1091 words, States News Service

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ORBITAL TEAMED WITH THREE NASA EXPLORER MISSION FINALISTS  Hugin - English, November 3, 2011 Thursday 2:51 PM GMT, Regulatory, 1125 words

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Orbital Teamed with Three NASA Explorer Mission Finalists  Targeted News Service, November 3, 2011 Thursday 4:51 AM  EST, 752  words, Targeted News Service

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ORBITAL TEAMED WITH THREE NASA EXPLORER MISSION FINALISTS  Thomson Reuters ONE, November 3, 2011 Thursday 9:51 AM EST, 1112  words

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-Orbital Teamed with Three NASA Explorer Mission Finalists  ENP Newswire, November 4, 2011 Friday, 868 words

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Orbital Teamed with Three NASA Explorer Mission Finalists  Space Daily, November 21, 2011 Monday, 603 words, Staff Writers

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Meet today's 40 Under 40: Susan Pope  San Antonio Business Journal, January 11, 2012 Wednesday, 1213  words, Donna J. Tuttle

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PLANETARIUM SHOWS TO LOOK AT MAPPING SOLAR SYSTEM, BIG BIRD'S ADVENTURE  US Fed News, January 12, 2012 Thursday 6:16 PM  EST, 241 words

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Big Bird introduces the solar system to kids at UT planetarium Saturdays in January  La Prensa, January 20, 2012, LA PRENSA1.COM; Pg. 7, 269 words

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NASA Hosts Briefing On New Observations of Interstellar Matter  PR Newswire, January 26, 2012 Thursday 1:45 PM EST, 284 words

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NASA HOSTS BRIEFING ON NEW OBSERVATIONS OF INTERSTELLAR MATTER  States News Service, January 26, 2012 Thursday, 283 words, States News Service

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NASA HOSTS BRIEFING ON NEW OBSERVATIONS OF INTERSTELLAR MATTER  US Fed News, January 26, 2012 Thursday 10:04 PM  EST, 307 words

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UNITED STATES : NASA Hosts Briefing on New Observations of Interstellar Matter  Tendersinfo News, January 27, 2012 Friday 6:30 AM EST, 267  words

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UNITED STATES : NASA Hosts Briefing on New Observations of Interstellar Matter  TendersInfo, January 27, 2012 Friday, 246 words, Sohita98

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New Observations From Beyond Solar System To Be Announced Tuesday  RTT News (United States), January 29, 2012 Sunday, 298 words

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NASA discusses new observations of interstellar matter  AP Planner, January 30, 2012 Monday, NEWS; Major Events; Science, 116 words

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-NASA Hosts Briefing on New Observations of Interstellar Matter  ENP Newswire, January 30, 2012 Monday, 308 words

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NASA discusses new observations of interstellar matter  Future News - Media Planner, January 30, 2012 Monday, VERTICALS, 116 words

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