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January 23, 2005

The Solar System's Gas Station?

Titan, Where It Rains Methane Every Day

The pictures are interesting, but what scientists hope to gain from the study of Saturn's moon Titan is even more so -- a lot of them quite literally look at the images from that distant world and believe they're looking back in time to what it was like on Earth eons ago.

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White House Axes Hubble Funds

ANN has learned that NASA administrator Sean O'Keefe has been told there are no funds to maintain or upgrade the Hubble Space Telescope, but he can have the funds he needs to destroy it safely.

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Turkey Selects ATR72 For ASW

Alenia Aeronautica has been selected by the Undersecretariat for Defence Industries of Turkey for the supply to the Navy of ten ATR72 ASW (Anti-Submarine Warfare) aircraft.

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American Airlines Has Doubts About A380

James Beer, CFO of the parent company of American Airlines, AMR, has his doubts about the A380's fit into the future airline market.

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Self-Exposing Gramma Pleads Guilty

Remember when we told you about the 66-year-old intoxicated woman who boarded a Southwest Airlines flight in Orlando (FL) enroute to Albuquerque (NM), and behaved so badly she caused the flight to be diverted to Amarillo?

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Pilot Error Caused F-15 Midair

Aircrew error caused a midair collision of two F-15 Eagles off the coast of Okinawa, Japan, according to an accident investigation report released January 20.

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United CEO: Airline To Emerge From Bankruptcy In Autumn

Glenn Tilton, CEO of United Airlines, told the Chicago Tribune this weekend that he expects the airline will emerge from bankruptcy in the autumn, and that it "will emerge from bankruptcy in the fall a different company."

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ISS Expedition 10 Status Report

Space Station crewmembers marked their 100th day in space Friday, ending a workweek focused on preparations for their first spacewalk, planned for Wednesday, January 26.

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Diamond Celebrates Ten-Year Delivery Anniversary

January 21, 2005 marks the 10th anniversary, to the day, of Diamond's first customer delivery of a Canadian-built aircraft.

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Air Mobility Command Praises C-130J's

When the C-130J -- the newest variant of the versatile C-130 Hercules -- deployed for the first time nearly a month ago, Air Mobility Command officials said they were confident the aircraft would perform to their expectations.

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Aero-News Quote Of The Day (01.23.05)

"Assault on an aircraft." Source: Curious US District Court charge that Shirley Lindstrom, 66, pleaded guilty to after allegedly getting drunk, exposing herself to crew, passengers and an FBI agent, threatening to kill the agent and trying to bribe the officers who hauled her off to jail.

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