September 2005 in science

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September 19, 2005[edit]

  • NASA announces details of its plans to execute a manned mission to the Moon no later than 2020. (BBC)

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September 7, 2005[edit]

  • A large solar flare impedes radio communication on Earth's sunlit hemisphere and additional disruptions are possible in the near future. (CNN)
  • The organization Reporters Without Borders claims that Yahoo! provided the Chinese authorities with information that helped in the arrest and conviction of a journalist. (BBC)

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Past science and technology events by month[edit]

2005 in science: May June July August
(For earlier science and technology events, see April 2005 and preceding months)

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See: Wikipedia:Current science and technology events sources.

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