Space science: An unflying saucer - The Economist

Space science: An unflying saucer

Space science: An unflying saucer - The Economist
Space science: An unflying saucer
Published Sep 11, 2004
451 words — Published Sep 11, 2004
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Genesis crashed. But can it be brought back to life? THE Genesis capsule pictured above was supposed to have been returned to Earth by Hollywood stunt pilots. But the capsule, launched by America's space agency, NASA, suffered a distinctly...

  
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