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  • The European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft recently beamed back close-up photographs of asteroid Asteroid 21 Lutetia, which Nasa describes as "an ancient, cratered relic from the dawn of the solar system."

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  • I'm pretty sure the rationale for going to an Asteroid is to learn about asteroids.

    A Shift in Policy? Moon Base Axed? - NASA Watch

  • See: - break-out box – Apple holds off in Asteroid case, February 18, 2005 major Apple development – Apple to drop IBM for Intel, June 5, 2005

    New Apple Asteroid trouble

  • The resulting articles contained the scoop on a secret project code-named "Asteroid" -- a new FireWire audio interface for GarageBand.

    It's the Content, Not the Source

  • Except of course it isn't really 'Asteroid' - it's Asteroids.

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  • Rosetta caught up with the Steins asteroid, also known as Asteroid 2867, just after 8: 45 p.m.

    Spacecraft flies by remote asteroid

  • The firm said results of the study, dubbed Asteroid, were clouded by the lack of a control arm, the inclusion of statin-naïve patients and other factors.

    Pharma Stocks Flex Some Muscle

  • AstraZeneca, the maker of Crestor, recently reported results of a trial known as Asteroid, which indicated that two years of Crestor treatment reversed plaque formation in the arteries of heart-disease patients.

    Pfizer Unfazed By Positive Crestor Trial Data

  • The piece of space rock, dubbed Asteroid 2005 YU55, will come within 201,700 miles from Earth - slightly closer than the moon's orbit - around 4 p.m., according to NASA.

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  • The title, dubbed Asteroid Storm, will rely on two ...

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