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Big asteroid to fly by Earth on Monday 
CNN - 6 Hours ago
Story highlights The asteroid will be closest at 11:19 a.m. ET, but the best viewing will be hours later On Monday, Asteroid 2004 BL86 will pass within 750,000 miles of Earth You might be able to see
How to catch a glimpse of asteroid flyby CNN
Want to see asteroid tonight? CNN
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Your chance to spy an asteroid passing by Earth 
CBS News - 6 Hours ago
An large asteroid will make its closet approach to Earth on Monday, giving amateur star gazers with a backyard telescope a rare treat. The asteroid 2004 BL86 is about a third of a mile in size and     Add Comment

NASA might put a drone on Mars 
Washington Post - 6 Hours ago
[embedded content] Drones, and autonomous helicopters in particular, seem to be quite the buzzing technology these days. But could they be headed to Mars, too ? Engineers have gotten pretty good     Add Comment

Private Moon Race Heats Up as Five Google Lunar XPRIZE Teams Take Home $5.25 Million  
Reuters - 8 Hours ago
Private Moon Race Heats Up as Five Google Lunar XPRIZE Teams Take Home $5.25 Million for Key Technological Advancements Five Teams from Around the World Recognized with Milestone
Google Lunar XPrize Makes $5.25 Million in Awards SpaceRef
Private Moon Race Heats Up as Five Google Lunar XPRIZE Teams Take Home and#36;5.25  SPi World News
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Rosetta's Comet Is Shedding Its Fluffy Coat As It Comes Closer To The Sun 
Business Insider Australia - 6 Hours ago
The fluffy sodium-rich dust coating on the Rosetta comet is being shed as it comes in closer to the Sun. Researchers, writing in the journal Nature , say the comet’s coat is coming off due to solar     Add Comment

Mountain-sized asteroid to fly by Earth 
CBS News - 7 Hours ago
A mountain-sized asteroid will zoom past Earth Monday, marking the closest pass by such a large space rock until 2027. CBSN's Elaine Quijano and Vladimir Duthiers have the details.    Add Comment

See That Big Asteroid Buzzing Earth? What About The Ones You Don't? 
Forbes.com - 7 Hours ago
Perhaps you’ve heard by now that on Monday the stadium-sized asteroid  2004 BL86 will make a close but non-threatening pass by the Earth, near enough that you might be able to watch it whizz by with a
Forget The Big Asteroid Buzzing Earth; Worry About What We Can't See TeleTrader.com
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Look up! Huge asteroid to fly by Earth 
CNN - 9 Hours ago
A big asteroid will fly by Earth, but NASA says don't worry -- we'll be safe. CNN's Rachel Crane reports.    Add Comment

Beautiful, Troubling Photos Show Our Planet as Astronauts See It 
Wired News - 10 Hours ago
Gemasolar Thermosolar Plant, Seville, Spain Benjamin Grant/DigitalGlobe Gemasolar Thermosolar Plant, Seville, Spain Benjamin Grant/DigitalGlobe L’Eixample, Valencia, Spain Benjamin Grant / DigitalGlobe     Add Comment

Moonstone Hotels Selects ATRIO® PMS For Their ... 
SAP Developer's Journal - 9 Hours ago
PAR Springer-Miller Systems, Inc. (PSMS) — a wholly owned subsidiary of PAR Technology Corporation (NYSE:PAR) and the leading provider of next generation cloud based hospitality management systems, today
Moonstone Hotels Selects ATRIO® PMS For Their Entire Five Property Collection Hotel Online
Moonstone Hotels Selects ATRIO(r) PMS For Their Entire Five Propert... Finwin
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News story: Does human space flight influence the uptake of STEM subjects? 
BusinessWeek - 11 Hours ago
Science Education researchers at University of York are to work with leading space scientist and The Sky at Night presenter Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock MBE to investigate if human spaceflight inspires school
Does human space flight influence the uptake of STEM subjects? ADS Advance
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Huge asteroid to fly by Earth today 
CNN - 14 Hours ago
Story highlights "We should be getting some great radar images of this asteroid," program manager Paul Chodas say On Monday, Asteroid 2004 BL86 will pass within 750,000 miles of Earth You might be able     Add Comment

Huge asteroid to fly by Earth on Monday 
CNN - 21 Hours ago
Story highlights "We should be getting some great radar images of this asteroid," program manager Paul Chodas say On Monday, Asteroid 2004 BL86 will pass within 750,000 miles of Earth You might be able     Add Comment

NASA, SpaceX, Boeing unveil plan for spaceships that will carry astronauts in 2017  
CBC - 5 Hours ago
NASA astronauts are expected to fly aboard commercial spaceships to the International Space Station starting 2017. Today at noon, NASA, SpaceX and Boeing will discuss how they plan to make that happen.     Add Comment

Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko sheds dust coat accumulated over the past four years 
Nature - 6 Hours ago
Affiliations European Space Agency, Scientific Support Office, Keplerlaan 1, Postbus 299, 2200 AG Noordwijk, The Netherlands Rita Schulz Max-Planck-Institut für Sonnensystemforschung, Justus-von-Liebig-Weg     Add Comment

LIVE SOON: Details on sending U.S. astronauts back to space 
CTV News - 6 Hours ago
CTV Edmonton... a part of the CTV News Video Network    Add Comment

5 Sky Events This Week: Blue Giant, Crab Nebula, and Jovian Shadows 
National Geographic - 6 Hours ago
Venus snuggles up with Neptune for stargazers this week, while the moon points to the remnants of an ancient stellar blast. Backyard astronomers, meanwhile, confront the challenge that comes from a Jovian     Add Comment

Asteroid to make relatively close pass by Earth 
RTE Online - 6 Hours ago
An asteroid measuring about half a kilometre in diameter will make a relatively close, but harmless pass by Earth tonight.    The asteroid will pass about 1.2 million kilometres from Earth, roughly     Add Comment

Watch a giant asteroid pass by Earth on Monday 
UPI - 6 Hours ago
PASADENA, Calif., Jan. 23 (UPI) -- It's a bird. It's a plane. It's actually an exceptionally large asteroid, and it's flying by Earth on Monday -- close enough for backyard astronomers to catch a glimpse.     Add Comment

Asteroid 2004 BL86 to zip past Earth today 
CBC - 6 Hours ago
An asteroid bigger than the world's most massive cruise ships will fly past the Earth today, and will be visible from Canada with strong binoculars or a small telescope – or you can watch it streamed     Add Comment
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>>   Commercial spaceflight news
NASA, SpaceX, Boeing unveil plan for spaceships that will carry astronauts in 2017  
CBC - 5 Hours ago
NASA astronauts are expected to fly aboard commercial spaceships to the International Space Station starting 2017. Today at noon, NASA, SpaceX and Boeing will discuss how they plan to make that happen.     Add Comment

SpaceX Stops Suing Air Force 
Malaysia MSN - 6 Hours ago
© Provided by IBT US SpaceX Billionaire Elon Musk and his private space transportation company SpaceX have dropped a lawsuit against the U.S. Air Force. In a joint statement released     Add Comment

SpaceX Settles Charges Against the US Air Force 
24/7 Wall St - 7 Hours ago
In a well-publicized spat last April, Space Exploration Technologies, aka SpaceX, founder and CEO Elon Musk claimed he was suing the U.S. Air Force for awarding an exclusive contract for 36 rocket launches     Add Comment

Virgin Galactic to drop Scaled Composites from SpaceShipTwo rocket testing 
Aerospace Technology - 7 Hours ago
Scaled Composites is reportedly being dropped from testing Virgin Galactic's new SpaceShipTwo (SS2) rocket. Virgin Galactic and Scaled Composites have been working together since 2005, to build and
Virgin Galactic, Scaled Composites Part Ways On Testing SoCalTech
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SpaceX, Air Force Settle Lawsuit 
SoCalTech - 7 Hours ago
Los Angeles-based space rocket developer SpaceX said Friday that the company has reached an agreement with the U.S. Air Force, to drop its lawsuit against the USAF--giving SpaceX the opportunity to bid     Add Comment

NASA, SpaceX, Boeing to Host News Conference Monday: Watch Live 
Space.com - 9 Hours ago
NASA, SpaceX and Boeing will host a news conference Monday (Jan. 26) to update the public on the progress of the space agency's commercial crew program. You can watch the press event live on Space.com.     Add Comment

Musk's SpaceX settles with Air Force over Boeing deal beef 
Crains ChicagoBusiness - 9 Hours ago
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Planetary Society announces test flight for LightSail 
Space Daily - 11 Hours ago
The Planetary Society today announced the first of its LightSail spacecraft will embark on a May 2015 test flight. Funded entirely by private citizens, the solar sail satellite will hitch a ride to space
Planetary Society Announces Test Flight for Privately Funded LightSail Spacecraft Planetary Society
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ANALYSIS: Where next, Virgin Galactic? 
Flight International - 11 Hours ago
Where next, Virgin Galactic ? A 2014 that opened with great expectations that, after a decade of effort, the era of privately funded personal spaceflight would finally begin ended nowhere near space –     Add Comment

Elvis Presley Aloha From Hawaii concert 
Examiner.com - 12 Hours ago
NASA ’s contributions to the world include much more than space travel. With announcements on Jan. 26, 2015 that the space agency will oversee and certify private company space travel, NASA will focus
NASA contributions to the world continue beyond space exploration and research Examiner.com
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SpaceX Drops Lawsuit Against US Air Force; Deborah Lee James Comments 
Executive Gov - 13 Hours ago
Deborah Lee James SpaceX has dismissed a lawsuit against the U.S. Air Force after the service agreed to expand “competitive opportunities for launch services,” Defense News reported Friday . Aaron     Add Comment

NASA certifying new spacecraft for future flights -slide1 
Examiner.com - 14 Hours ago
A contrail is seen behind the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying a Dragon supply ship on a resupply mission to the International Space Station Sept. 21, 2014. The private spaceflight rocket delivered a cargo
NASA certifying new spacecraft for future flights -slide2 Examiner.com
NASA certifying new spacecraft for future flights -slide3 Examiner.com
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Musk Settling Air Force Suit Gives SpaceX Path to Future Flights 
Boe Report - 9 Hours ago
Billionaire Elon Musk’s decision to settle a lawsuit against the U.S. Air Force means his closely held SpaceX will miss out on one key goal — getting a shot at 36 military rocket launches — while making
Musk Settling U.S. Air Force Suit Opens SpaceX to Orders BusinessWeek
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Next Media Video:  SpaceX to build satellite-based Internet network 
Malay Mail - 21 Hours ago
[embedded content] Next Media Video:  SpaceX to build satellite-based Internet network Duration: 0:49, Published 26 Jan 2015 SpaceX this week announced it has raised US$1 billion (RM3.6 billion)     Add Comment

SpaceX, US Air Force Settle Spy Sat Dispute 
Slashdot - 24 Hours ago
hypnosec writes The US Air Force and private space flight company SpaceX have settled their dispute involving the military's expendable rocket program, thereby paving the way for SpaceX to join the spy     Add Comment

UCLA, CASIS to collaborate on space station study of bone loss therapy 
UC Newswire - 1/25/2015
The study may provide new insights into the prevention of bone loss. By Peter Bracke, UCLA UCLA has received grant funding from the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space to lead a research     Add Comment

Elon Musk Fires Back After 'Simpsons' Jab 
ABC News - 7 Hours ago
Elon Musk as a guest in "The Simpsons," Jan. 25, 2015; Elon Musk, co-founder and CEO of Tesla Motors, speaks at the 2015 Automotive News World Congress, Jan. 13, 2015 in Detroit. FOX|Bill Pugliano/
Elon Musk on 'Simpsons' jab: Electric space rockets are no good Mashable
Elon Musk debunks electric space rockets after Simpsons lampooning The Verge
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SpaceX Drops Lawsuit Against US Air Force: Settlement Guarantees More Launches,  
24Dunia - 1/25/2015
cookies.Billionaire Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies Corp. agreed to drop its lawsuit challenging U.S. contracts for military satellite launches awarded to a joint venture ofsets a path “that     Add Comment

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San Francisco Chronicle - 1/25/2015
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How small investors can get in on hot startups like SpaceX, Ubervisit|article-6031190|river-44317-1col-hp-38|1 
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