Intermediate Word:  divot -  (a) shipboard hoist for lifeboats  (b) turf gouged out by a golf club  (c) pancake mold  (d) type of bow tie
Difficult Word: - taboret   (a) a fifer's drum  (b) a low cabinet  (c) a knitted cap  (d) a music store

Micro Spacecraft To Explore Planets - Space.com  NASA and The Aerospace Corporation of El Segundo, CA are preparing to flight test 'micro spacecraft' as early as 2006. The first versions would be attached to larger space vehicles as 'black box' flight recorders to provide an independent monitor of conditions as standard-sized craft attempt to land on other planets. Micro spacecraft could also serve as landing scouts, sent ahead of craft containing human astronauts.     
HP Reveals Groundbreaking Design for Future Nano-electronic Circuits - SpaceDaily  HP has announced that its researchers have created a new way to design future nano-electronic circuits using coding theory. The result could be nearly perfect manufacturing yields with equipment a thousand times less expensive than what might be required using future versions of current technologies. "By using a cross-bar architecture and adding 50 percent more wires as an 'insurance policy,' we believe it will be possible to fabricate nano-electronic circuits with nearly perfect yields even though the probability of broken components will be high."    

North Korea Has Nuclear Bombs, Building More: Official - SpaceDaily  Left: Digital Globe image of North Korea's Yongbyon nuclear bomb making plant.  North Korea has a stockpile of nuclear bombs and is building more such weapons, the country's vice foreign minister Kim Gye Gwan said in a US television interview released Wednesday. "I should say that we have enough nuclear bombs to defend against a US attack," the North Korean official told ABC News when asked how many nuclear bombs it possessed. Asked whether Pyongyang was building more nuclear bombs, Kim said: "Yes." Washington believes North Korea possesses one or two crude bombs and may have reprocessed enough plutonium for half-a-dozen more  

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