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Thirty-four years after launch, Voyager 2 continues to explore | NASASpaceFlight.com

Thirty-four years after launch, Voyager 2 continues to explore | NASASpaceFlight.com | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
On August 20, 1977, the intrepid spacecraft Voyager 2 launched from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, FL on what was supposed to be only a four year mission...
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Astronomy Picture of the Day

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Spaceflight Now | Delta Launch Report | Mission Status Center

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Spaceflight Now | Delta Launch Report | Mission Status Center |

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Cosmic Log - Europe and Russia aim for Mars

Cosmic Log - Europe and Russia aim for Mars | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it

A top space official says Europe and Russia will follow up on their simulated 520-day mission to Mars with a real flight to Mars and back — although there's not yet any time frame set for the mission.
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The Space Review: Will a new space power rise along the Atlantic?

The Space Review: Will a new space power rise along the Atlantic? | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it

Will a new space power rise along the Atlantic?

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Europeans are taking the asteroid threat seriously | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine

Europeans are taking the asteroid threat seriously | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Astronomy | | I've been scratching my head for a long time, trying to figure out why NASA hasn't been taking the idea of preventing asteroid impacts more seriously.
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Spaceflight Now | Breaking News | Dnepr rocket boosts seven satellites into Earth orbit

Spaceflight Now | Breaking News | Dnepr rocket boosts seven satellites into Earth orbit | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it

Dnepr rocket boosts seven satellites into Earth orbit

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Explosive Phytoplankton Bloom Seen From Space

Explosive Phytoplankton Bloom Seen From Space | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
SharePhytoplankton are tiny, microscopic plant-like organisms, but when they get together and start growing they can cover hundreds of square kilometers and be easily visible in satellite images.
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Q&A with Brian Cox, part 2: Space Exploration and Hopes for the Future

Q&A with Brian Cox, part 2: Space Exploration and Hopes for the Future | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
ShareProfessor Brian Cox is the Chair in Particle Physics at the University of Manchester, and works on the ATLAS experiment (A Toroidal LHC ApparatuS) at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.
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NASA - Robotic Refueling Module, Soon To Be Relocated to Permanent Space Station Position

NASA - Robotic Refueling Module, Soon To Be Relocated to Permanent Space Station Position | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
NASA's groundbreaking Robotic Refueling Mission will reach a key milestone next month when the International Space Station robots transfer the module to its permanent home on space station's ExPRESS Logistics Carrier-4.
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Comet Elenin Poses No Threat to Earth - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Comet Elenin Poses No Threat to Earth - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Comet Elenin, like most comets, is harmless. NASA scientists share the facts about Elenin, which will pass at a safe 22 million miles from Earth in October.
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Astronomy Picture of the Day

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LOFAR telescope shines in show at Noorderzon Performing Arts Festival | ASTRON

LOFAR telescope shines in show at Noorderzon Performing Arts Festival | ASTRON | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it

LOFAR telescope shines in show at Noorderzon Performing Arts Festival

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Close-up of Vesta poses puzzle : Nature News

Close-up of Vesta poses puzzle : Nature News | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
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Double checking our cosmic tape measure | Basic Space, Scientific American Blog Network

Double checking our cosmic tape measure | Basic Space, Scientific American Blog Network | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it

Double checking our cosmic tape measure

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What Dark Matter's Alternatives Must Do : Starts With A Bang

What Dark Matter's Alternatives Must Do : Starts With A Bang | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
"The only relevant test of the validity of a hypothesis is comparison of prediction with experience." -Milton Friedman Dark matter is one of the most important components of the Universe today. And yet in the public's eye, almost no one...
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ESA - Space Science - First JWST instrument finishes testing

ESA - Space Science - First JWST instrument finishes testing | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
A pioneering instrument for the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has completed testing in the UK.
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3 D Alien Snowman Graces Vesta

3 D Alien Snowman Graces Vesta | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
ShareAn alien ‘Snowman’ on an alien World. The ‘Snowman’ is a string of three craters and is among the most strange and prominent features discovered on a newly unveiled world in our solar system – the giant asteroid Vesta.
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SETI's Allen Telescope Array Is Back On Track! : Discovery News

SETI's Allen Telescope Array Is Back On Track! : Discovery News | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Private donors raised $200,000 in 45 days to get SETI's premier ET signal-hunting telescope system back online.
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Finding Phobos: Discovery of a Martian Moon

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ShareIf someone were to ask you when fear was first discovered, you could tell them August 11, 1877. That’s when, 134 years ago today, Asaph Hall identified Phobos, the larger of Mars’ two moons.
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Could the Moon be younger than we think? | COSMOS magazine

Could the Moon be younger than we think? | COSMOS magazine | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it

Could the Moon be younger than we think?

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NASA Plans to Visit a Near-Earth Asteroid - NASA Science

NASA Plans to Visit a Near-Earth Asteroid - NASA Science | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
NASA is planning a daring new mission to visit a near-Earth asteroid. The spacecraft, named OSIRIS-REx, will orbit 1999 RQ36 for a year before gathering samples for return to Earth.
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ESA - Human Spaceflight and Exploration - First 3D video transmission live from space

ESA - Human Spaceflight and Exploration - First 3D video transmission live from space | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Half a century after humankind entered outer space, an ESA-developed camera produced live-streaming 3D images for the first time in the history of space travel – showing the International Space Station like never before.
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