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NASA's Fermi Space Telescope Reveals New Source of Gamma Rays 
Reuters - 5 Hours ago
PR Newswire WASHINGTON, July 31, 2014 WASHINGTON , July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Observations by NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope of several stellar eruptions, called novae, firmly     Add Comment

Visit NASA Google+ Hangout with Edison Nation for a MindShift 
KPHO Phoenix - 85 Minutes ago
SOURCE NASA HAMPTON, Va. Located in Hampton, Virginia If a user's physiological signals indicate that they are not in an optimal performance state, MindShift alters the speed, strength or steadiness     Add Comment

NASA Announces Mars 2020 Rover Payload to Explore the Red Planet as Never Before 
KPHO Phoenix - 5 Hours ago
SOURCE NASA WASHINGTON NASA announced the selected Mars 2020 rover instruments Thursday at the agency's headquarters in Washington The Mars 2020 mission will be based on the design of the highly     Add Comment

NASA Hosts 3 p.m. EDT Teleconference with Mars 2020 Principal Investigators 
ADVFN India - 6 Hours ago
/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- NASA will host a teleconference at 3 p.m. EDT today with the principal investigators of the selected instruments that will fly aboard the agency's Mars 2020 rover. The agency     Add Comment

Flash back 50 years to first moon image by a US spacecraft 
CNET News - 5 Hours ago
This is the first moon image taken by a US spacecraft. NASA It was July 31, 1964. Neil Armstrong wouldn't step out onto the lunar surface for nearly five more years, but NASA was already planning ahead.     Add Comment

As the asteroids rained down on Earth, life persisted 
Christian Science Monitor - 6 Hours ago
During the first 500 million years after the formation of the Earth, meteors pummeled rained down from the sky, transforming the surface into molten rock. Yet the planet may have been more hospitable     Add Comment

NASA Unveils Its Next Mars Rover 
Mashable - 5 Hours ago
NASA's 2020 Mars rover envisions a basic structure that capitalizes on the design and engineering work done for the rover Curiosity. Image: NASA/JPL By Amanda Wills 2014-07-31 18:11:45 UTC NASA unveiled     Add Comment

For $US12,500, You Can Send Your Dead Pet's Ashes To The Moon 
Business Insider Australia - 5 Hours ago
HOUSTON (Reuters) – A Texas company is offering a unique send off for beloved pets by placing a portion of their cremated remains in a capsule and blasting them off into space. Celestis Inc, which     Add Comment

Fly Fido to the moon in space send off for deceased pets 
CNEWS - 6 Hours ago
HOUSTON - A Texas company is offering a unique send off for beloved pets by placing a portion of their cremated remains in a capsule and blasting them off into space. Celestis Inc, which has provided     Add Comment

Why is the Moon Shaped Like a Lemon? 
NBCNews.com - 7 Hours ago
The moon is not round. A new study explains how it got its oddball shape.    Add Comment

Eric Stallmer Named President of the Commercial Spaceflight Federation 
Sys-Con India - 5 Hours ago
From the Wires Jul. 31, 2014 12:32 PM WASHINGTON , July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Commercial Spaceflight Federation is pleased to announce that Eric Stallmer has been named as its next President.     Add Comment

NASA’s next Mars rover will generate oxygen and collect rocks to bring back to Earth 
Yahoo! Finance - 6 Hours ago
NASA plans to send a new rover to Mars in just six years. And while its body will look very similar to the Curiosity robot already rolling across Mars ‘ surface, today NASA officials outlined the scientific     Add Comment

Next Mars rover to include MIT-led instrument capable of generating oxygen 
Boston Globe - 4 Hours ago
The next rover to trundle across the surface of Mars will carry an instrument able to produce oxygen, in a step toward supporting eventual human exploration of the planet that will be overseen by a scientist     Add Comment

Ex-NASA 'hackers' use ingenuity, technology to rescue first-ever moon photos 
Houston Chronicle - 4 Hours ago
When a handful of former NASA employees decided to get serious about retrieving moon photos from 50-year-old analog tapes, they got a lot of negative feedback. "We were told by professionals it would     Add Comment

Widespread mixing and burial of Earth's Hadean crust by asteroid impacts 
Nature - 4 Hours ago
Affiliations Southwest Research Institute, Boulder, Colorado 80302, USA S. Marchi & W. F. Bottke Carnegie Institution for Science, Washington DC 20015, USA L. T. Elkins-Tanton Museum für Naturkunde,
Widespread mixing and burial of Earth’s Hadean crust by asteroid impacts Nature
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NASA to test making rocket fuel ingredient on Mars 
Wichita Eagle - 51 Minutes ago
WASHINGTON — NASA plans to make oxygen — a key ingredient of rocket fuel — on Mars early next decade. Space agency officials Thursday unveiled seven instruments they plan to put on a Martian rover that     Add Comment

Going Nova: Star Explosions Unleash Gamma-Ray Blasts 
Space.com - 5 Hours ago
Gamma-rays, the most powerful form of light, may erupt from star explosions called novas surprisingly often, but the way these gamma-rays form remains a mystery, scientists say. High-energy gamma-rays
Star Explosions Unleash Gamma-Ray Blasts DailyMe.Com
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ESA successfully launches ATV-5 cargo spacecraft to ISS 
Aerospace Technology - 11 Hours ago
The European Space Agency (ESA) has successfully launched its fifth and last automated transfer vehicle (ATV) 'Georges Lemaître' on a 14 day journey to the International Space Station (ISS) aboard Ariane     Add Comment

New Interstellar Trailer 
SFX - 11 Hours ago
Christopher Nolan takes you on a journey across the stars The Interstellar UK release date is 6 November 2014. Related Posts NEW TRAILER Interstellar by Christopher NolanIs Christopher Nolan Going     Add Comment

Astronomers explain Moon's lemon shape 
New Zealand Herald - 22 Hours ago
The moon actually does have a slightly lemon shape. Photo / Wiki Commons Earth may be responsible for the Moon's weird, lemony shape. Far from being perfectly round, the Moon has a highland bulge     Add Comment
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Bennet proposes lobbying fundraising restrictions — Stallmer to head Commercial  
Politico - 5 Hours ago
With Adam Sneed FIRST IN PI … BENNET PROPOSES LOBBYING FUNDRAISING RESTRICTIONS: Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) is out with a new lobbying reform proposal shared first with PI that would put strict     Add Comment

Eric Stallmer Named President of the Commercial Spaceflight Federation 
Sys-Con India - 5 Hours ago
From the Wires Jul. 31, 2014 12:32 PM WASHINGTON , July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Commercial Spaceflight Federation is pleased to announce that Eric Stallmer has been named as its next President.     Add Comment

New 'E-Plane': More personal space for passengers say designers for Lufthansa and  
Capital Bay - 11 Hours ago
The 'E2' has been designed to improve passengers' airborne experiences Has wider yet slimmer seating, personal tablet screen and touchless taps Lighter aeroplanes mean less fuel too, say designers By     Add Comment

Board meets regarding SpaceX project 
Brownsville Herald - 20 Hours ago
The Cameron County Space Port Development Corp. Board of Directors met in executive session for less than 30 minutes on Wednesday before adjourning into open session and acknowledging its actions in the     Add Comment

SpaceShipTwo Flies Again 
Slashdot - 22 Hours ago
schwit1 writes "The competition heats up: For the first time in six months SpaceShipTwo completed a test flight [Tuesday]. " The article linked is from NBC, which also has a deal with Virgin Galactic     Add Comment

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17: Parents of Australian Passenger Want ‘Space Scientists’  
International Business Times Australia - 22 Hours ago
Crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 killed all the passengers and crew members onboard. However, the parents of an Australia REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down     Add Comment

OmniEarth Announces Spaceflight as Rideshare Launch Services Partner 
HispanicBusiness.com - 23 Hours ago
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Defense & Aerospace Week -- OmniEarth LLC has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Spaceflight Inc. for rideshare launch services related to its planned     Add Comment

A Look at the Future Experimental Spaceplane 
Armed with Science - 7/30/2014
In an era of declining budgets and adversaries’ evolving capabilities, quick, affordable and routine access to space is increasingly critical for both national and economic security. DARPA created     Add Comment

Spaceport West 
Air And Space Magazine - 7/30/2014
Virgin Galactic’s future launch site rises up from the New Mexico desert.    Add Comment

SpaceX And China Are Putting Pressure On The European Space Industry 
Business Insider Australia - 7/30/2014
PARIS (Reuters) – Airbus Group and Safran on Wednesday named Alain Charmeau as the head of a new venture designed to reorganize Europe’s space launch activities. The two companies said in June they     Add Comment

Do caged pigs get more space than airline passengers? 
Wall Street Business Network - 7/30/2014
Already uncomfortable coach airline seats are getting smaller — so small that some pigs get more space in their cages than you do in coach.    Add Comment

Space Coast hoping I Need My Space jingle will increase tourism 
Malaysia Sun - 7/30/2014
Space Coast hoping 'I Need My Space' jingle will increase tourism Space Coast tourism leaders say this could be the best summer since before the recession. It comes as we close out the second busiest     Add Comment

Airbus, Safran name Alain Charmeau to run space joint venture 
Reuters UK - 7/30/2014
6:56pm BST PARIS (Reuters) - Airbus Group and Safran on Wednesday named Alain Charmeau as the head of a new venture designed to reorganize Europe's space launch activities. The two companies said in
Airbus, Safran name Alain Charmeau for space JV AllVoices
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"CanJam" joint among first to fly on NASA, Virgin Galactic flight 
PhysOrg.com - 7/30/2014
The "CanJam" manipulator allows a user to steer satellites using a wheel with three degrees of freedom — tilting forward and backward, swiveling left and right, and pivoting side to side. Gyroscope-aided     Add Comment

Can you really land a rocket on a platform in the ocean? Washington Post owner Jeff  
Business First of Buffalo - 7/30/2014
How do you make a rocket ship land safely at sea? That’s a problem that the Kent team developing Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin space launch vehicle is tackling, and a recently granted patent application     Add Comment

SpaceX, BEDC request building permits 
Brownsville Herald - 7/30/2014
HARLINGEN — SpaceX’s proposal to develop a launch site at BocaChicaBeach in CameronCounty took giant leaps forward with the submission to CameronCounty of applications for commercial building permits.     Add Comment

'People will want to make love under it': Lord Mayor Clover Moore says her new $3.5m  
Capital Bay - 7/30/2014
Sydney's Lord Mayor has defended the new sculpture proposed for the Sydney CBD Clover Moore said the 'Cloud Arch' would become an iconic tourist attraction She said a committee of 'eminent' world artists     Add Comment

Virgin Galactic partners with New Mexico hotel 
Discounted Hotel Rooms - 7/30/2014
Early on in spaceport's development, there was talk of building an ultra-luxury hotel in the area. And about four years ago, when Branson announced he was creating a Virgin hotel brand, he told a hotel     Add Comment

SpaceX project advances 
Valley Morning Star - 7/30/2014
HARLINGEN — SpaceX’s proposal to develop a launch site at Boca Chica Beach took giant leaps forward with the submission to Cameron County of applications for commercial building permits, the Star found.     Add Comment

Huge European cargo ship launches its last delivery for International Space Station 
Ein News - 20 Hours ago
Jul 30, 2014 - 17:56 GMT A European space cargo ship as large as a double-decker bus blasted off for the International Space Station on Tuesday, July 29, marking the final space voyage for the huge
Huge European Cargo Ship Launches Its Last Delivery Flight to Space Station Birmingham Star
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