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    The Year in Space: 2004 Marked by Success and Stress [Macromedia Flash Player] http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6747767/ This MSNBC website presents the most
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      The Year in Space: 2004 Marked by Success and Stress [Macromedia Flash
      Player]
      http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6747767/

      This MSNBC website presents the most significant space science news of
      2004.
      After brief synopses of the major occurrences, the website features stories
      on the Marvels at Mars, SpaceShipOne's Rise, and NASA's Double Vision.
      Visitors can view several of the best images from 2004 and vote for their
      favorite. Users can also vote for their top 2004 space story and 2005's top
      trend. The website offers links to 2002 and 2003's Year in Space articles
      as
      well as links to the stories discussed within the article. [RME]
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      National Public Radio (NPR): Space [Real Player, Windows Media Player,
      jpeg]
      http://www.npr.org/templates/topics/topic.php?topicId=26

      At this website, the National Public Radio (NPR) offers the latest Space-
      related news, research, and events. The fascinating articles include links
      to external websites and related stories, numerous images, useful graphics,
      and the ability to email the story to friends. Users can search through
      archived articles as well. For those who like to listen while they work,
      NPR
      offers audio for all the stories presented at the website. [RME]

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      NASA: Year in Review 2004 [Macromedia Flash Player]
      http://www.nasa.gov/externalflash/yir/index_noaccess.html

      Through the use of Macromedia Flash Player, this NASA website revisits the
      key NASA space exploration events and missions of 2004. Users can view
      videos illustrating the Vision for Space Exploration and articles
      describing
      the advances to help make the vision a reality. The website discusses the
      redesigning of the Shuttle External Fuel Tank and its significance in
      flight
      missions. Visitors can find out about the newest NASA research, watch a
      photo essay of the Cassini mission to Saturn, drive a Mars rover to explore
      the geology of that planet, learn about the next generation of NASA
      astronauts, and much more. Individuals can view photos, hear accounts, and
      read articles about the three crews that lived on the International Space
      Station in 2004. [RME]

      > From The NSDL Scout Report for the Physical Sciences, Copyright Internet
      Scout Project 1994-2004. http://scout.wisc.edu/
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