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By Anita Susan Brenner | September 17, 2009
It was a muggy Friday afternoon in the Foothills, a few hours before sundown. I walked down Foothill Boulevard with Miss Audrey Hepburn, our black Lab-chow rescue dog from the Pasadena Humane Society. Still time to go to Trader Joe’s, I said to Miss Hepburn. I agree, replied a familiar voice. I was startled. Miss Hepburn, hitherto, had never spoken. But then, I saw a familiar face. It was the Anonymous Source, an attractive lady in her 40s, expert on local lore and the ethics of international journalism.
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By Mary O'Keefe | August 10, 2006
Space Shuttle Discovery astronauts made a stop at JPL to discuss their recent mission with scientists, engineers and future astronauts. Mission specialists Stephanie Wilson and Piers Sellers spoke to a standing room only audience at JPL's von Karman Auditorium last Thursday. The astronauts were part of a six-member Discovery team that was the first space shuttle to launch on Independence Day. They returned to Earth on July 17 after a successful flight. During the mission, Sellers performed three spacewalks.
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By Mary O’Keefe | July 16, 2009
The mission of the spacecraft Ulysses, which studied the far-flung polar regions of the sun, has come to an end after 18 years of exploration far outlasting its original life expectancy. The spacecraft was a joint mission between Jet Propulsion Laboratory/NASA and European Space Agency. Throughout its long mission it entered unexplored regions of the solar system, gathering information about the sun and its environment. ?We lasted almost four times longer than planned and a year longer than we thought we would,?
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By Anita Susan Brenner | September 17, 2009
It was a muggy Friday afternoon in the Foothills, a few hours before sundown. I walked down Foothill Boulevard with Miss Audrey Hepburn, our black Lab-chow rescue dog from the Pasadena Humane Society. Still time to go to Trader Joe’s, I said to Miss Hepburn. I agree, replied a familiar voice. I was startled. Miss Hepburn, hitherto, had never spoken. But then, I saw a familiar face. It was the Anonymous Source, an attractive lady in her 40s, expert on local lore and the ethics of international journalism.
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