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Rosetta finds primordial soup of compounds on comet 
CNN - 14 Hours ago
34 photos The Philae comet lander came out of hibernation on June 13 and "spoke" to mission managers at the European Space Agency for 85 seconds. The probe fell silent a few days after it failed to
Could comets hold the key to life on earth? CNN
Rosetta mission finds primordial soup of compounds on comet NewsOnFeeds.com
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Florida rejects mother's complaint about baby's death 
CNN - 14 Hours ago
Story highlights CNN uncovered a high mortality rate for pediatric open-heart surgeries at a hospital from 2011 to 2013 Amelia Campbell was one of the babies who died after heart surgery at St. Mary's
Increasing confidence plane wreckage is from MH370 CNN
'Endless Space 2' hopes to sate your space-faring strategy thirst NewsOnFeeds.com
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New science for James Webb Telescope 
BBC - 19 Hours ago
The successor to Hubble, the James Webb Space Telescope, is scheduled for launch in 2018. It is currently under construction at the Goddard Space Flight Centre in Maryland - and BBC Click was given     Add Comment

Astronomers find star with three super-Earths 
MSN Philippines - 19 Hours ago
© Provided by AFP This artist's rendition released by NASA on July 30, 2015 shows one possible appearance for the planet HD 219134b Astronomers said Thursday they had found a planetary system with     Add Comment

US lawmakers question NASA, Air Force on blast probe led by SpaceX 
Reuters - 7/31/2015
Fourteen U.S. lawmakers on Thursday told the Air Force and NASA they had "serious concerns" about the fact that SpaceX is leading an investigation into the June 28 explosion of its Falcon 9 rocket, and
US lawmakers question NASA, Air Force on Falcon 9 rocket blast probe led by SpaceX Economic Times
US lawmakers question NASA, Air Force on rocket blast probe led by SpaceX Economic Times
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NASA confirms discovery of nearest rocky exoplanet to Earth so far 
Mashable - 7/31/2015
Artist's illustration of HD 219134b. Image: NASA/JPL-Caltech By 2015-07-31 00:36:44 UTC A NASA space telescope has just confirmed the discovery of a rocky alien world just 21 light-years from Earth,     Add Comment

Why NASA crash testing small planes could someday save lives 
CBS News - 7/31/2015
VIRGINIA -- Flight MH370 exposed the difficulties in locating missing planes. NASA intentionally crashed a plane on Thursday, in an experiment that could help solve future mysteries involving private     Add Comment

Incoming: Amazon Wants Air Space for Drone Delivery 
Industry Week - 13 Hours ago
Andreas Rentz, SAN FRANCISCO — Online retail colossus Amazon wants to carve out a special zone of the sky to shuttle commercial drones that would deliver goods to its customers. Amazon Prime Air
Amazon wants air space for delivery drones NewsR.in
AMAZON : wants air space for delivery drones 4 Traders
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Finely Tuned Polymer Interlayers Enhance Solar Cell Efficiency 
Angewandte Chemie - 14 Hours ago
Abstract Three conjugated polymer zwitterions (CPZs), containing thiophene-, diketopyrrolopyrrole- (DPP), and naphthalene diimide (NDI) backbones, were synthesized with pendant zwitterions, specifically     Add Comment

Russia’s federal space agency to develop GLONASS Arctic navigation segment 
Itar Tass - 15 Hours ago
MOSCOW, July 31. /TASS/. Russia’s Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos) plans to allocate $7 million to develop a segment of the GLONASS satellite-based navigation system to improve the system's accuracy in     Add Comment

Dark matter searches 
Annalen der Physik - 17 Hours ago
One of the major challenges of modern physics is to decipher the nature of dark matter. Astrophysical observations provide ample evidence for the existence of an invisible and dominant mass component     Add Comment

Auburn University signs Space Act Agreement with NASA 
Washington Times - 19 Hours ago
Multiple news outlets report that the act was signed Thursday by Dr. John Mason, Auburn’s vice president for research and economic development, along with Patrick Scheuermann, director of NASA’s Marshall     Add Comment

NASA discovers closest super earth 
The Hindu - 21 Hours ago
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Rocky exoplanet found is gold mine for astronomers 
Economic Times - 22 Hours ago
WASHINGTON: Astronomers using a NASA telescope have confirmed the discovery of the nearest rocky planet outside our solar system which is larger than Earth and a potential gold mine of science data.
NASA discovers closest super earth The Hindu
Rocky exoplanet found is gold mine for … Yahoo! India
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Success of space missions gives wings to their dreams 
The Hindu - 23 Hours ago
The extraordinary achievements of space missions have got me mesmerised by space. To tell the truth, I am completely baffled by how scientistsstudy  space. Millions of galaxies remain unexplored. I aspire     Add Comment

Perception of available space during chimpanzee introductions: Number of accessible  
Zoo Biology - 23 Hours ago
Restricting animals to different areas of their enclosure, for both brief and extended durations, is a key element of animal management practices. With such restrictions, available space decreases and     Add Comment

Friday will see a blue moon, or maybe not; It all depends on definition of the cosmic  
CNEWS - 7/31/2015
WASHINGTON -- This is an astronomy story that comes up only once in a blue moon, like on Friday. Maybe.    Add Comment

After bumpy landing, Philae provides insight on comet 
CNEWS - 7/31/2015
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - Europe's Philae spacecraft did not have much time to do its work after surviving a bounce landing on the surface of a comet, but information it collected is reshaping scientists'
After bumpy landing, Philae provides insight on comet ... Firstpost.com
After bumpy landing, Philae provides insight on comet | Reuters NewsR.in
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Rosetta's comet covered by more than soft dust 
ABC Online - 7/31/2015
The page you are looking for, cannot be found. It might have been removed, had its name changed, or be temporarily unavailable. Please try the following: If you typed the page address     Add Comment

US Lawmakers Question NASA, Air Force on Blast Probe Led by SpaceX 
NDTV - 7/31/2015
07:10 IST An unmanned SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explodes after liftoff from Cape Canaveral, Florida, June 28, 2015. (Reuters) Washington: Fourteen US lawmakers on Thursday told the Air Force and NASA     Add Comment
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OPINION: Safety standards challenge for Virgin Galactic 
Flight International - 13 Hours ago
The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has exposed lapses by Scaled Composites and the US Federal Aviation Administration ahead of the fatal crash of Virgin Galactic ’s SpaceShipTwo , which     Add Comment

XCOR to Raise Ticket Prices for Suborbital Space Plane Flights 
Space.com - 14 Hours ago
SAN JOSE, Calif. — XCOR Aerospace, a company developing a two-seat suborbital spaceplane for tourism and research applications, plans to raise its ticket prices by 50 percent next year, the company announced
July 31st, 2015 XCOR Aerospace, a company developing a two-seat suborbital spaceplane  Space.com
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Is Space About To Experience A Design Renaissance? 
Fast Company - 15 Hours ago
Getting human beings off the planet is the hardest design challenge mankind has ever undertaken. Yet it's also a solved problem: we've been sending people into space since 1961. 50 years later and     Add Comment

Is Space About To Experience A Design Renaissance? 
Global Advisors - 15 Hours ago
Will SpaceX and Virgin Galactic push the boundaries of space exploration? Two aerospace experts weigh in. Getting human beings off the planet is the hardest design challenge mankind has ever undertaken.     Add Comment

U.S. lawmakers question NASA Air Force on blast probe led by SpaceX 
Big News Network - 16 Hours ago
WASHINGTON Fourteen U.S. lawmakers on Thursday told the Air Force and NASA they had "serious concerns" about the fact that SpaceX is leading an investigation into the June 28 explosion of ...    Add Comment

SpaceX's blast shock delays world's MOST POWERFUL ROCKET 
NewsR.in - 7/31/2015
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U.S. lawmakers question NASA, Air Force on blast probe led by SpaceX 
NewsR.in - 7/31/2015
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US Lawmakers Question NASA, Air Force on Blast Probe Led by SpaceX 
NDTV - 7/31/2015
07:10 IST An unmanned SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explodes after liftoff from Cape Canaveral, Florida, June 28, 2015. (Reuters) Washington: Fourteen US lawmakers on Thursday told the Air Force and NASA     Add Comment

U.S. lawmakers question NASA, Air Force on blast probe led by SpaceX 
Yahoo! Canada - 7/31/2015
By Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Fourteen U.S. lawmakers on Thursday told the Air Force and NASA they had "serious concerns" about the fact that SpaceX is leading an investigation into the June     Add Comment

US lawmakers question NASA, Air Force on blast probe led by SpaceX 
Reuters - 7/31/2015
Fourteen U.S. lawmakers on Thursday told the Air Force and NASA they had "serious concerns" about the fact that SpaceX is leading an investigation into the June 28 explosion of its Falcon 9 rocket, and
US lawmakers question NASA, Air Force on Falcon 9 rocket blast probe led by SpaceX Economic Times
US lawmakers question NASA, Air Force on rocket blast probe led by SpaceX Economic Times
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U.S. Reps call SpaceX Falcon 9 launch certification into question 
Denver Post - 7/31/2015
The June 28 explosion of a Falcon 9 rocket carrying supplies to the International Space Station has members of Congress asking NASA and the U.S. Air Force for assurance that SpaceX is qualified to carry     Add Comment

Congress calls SpaceX Falcon 9 launch certification into question 
Denver Post - 7/30/2015
The June 28 explosion of a Falcon 9 rocket carrying supplies to the International Space Station has members of Congress asking NASA and the U.S. Air Force for assurance that SpaceX is qualified to carry     Add Comment

SPACE 2.0: New Applications & Markets 
Product Design and Development - 7/30/2015
Development of low Earth orbit is ramping up. Many factors are converging to upend old business models and technologies. Space access is no longer ‘gated’ by NASA, giant aero-defense primes and Telcos.     Add Comment

Stunning photo shows SpaceShipTwo pilot parachuting to Earth after crash 
FOXNews.com - 7/30/2015
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Space-Maiximizing Tray Tables - The 'Airhook' Provides a More Convenient Tray Table  
Trend Hunter - 7/30/2015
The 'Airhook' Provides a More Convenient Tray Table for Passengers By: Katherine Pendrill -  Published: Jul 30, 2015 • References: theairhook & psfk The 'Airhook' is a convenient tray table that
Space-Maiximizing Tray Tables Trend Hunter
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NTSB Cites Pilot Error in SpaceShipTwo Crash Report 
Flying Magazine - 7/30/2015
SpaceShipTwo Photo: Virgin Galactic The NTSB concluded that Scaled Composites, the contractor for the program, failed to "consider and protect against the possibility that a single human error could     Add Comment

NASA Space Flight and Ground Biospecimen Sharing Announcement 
SpaceRef - 7/30/2015
Status Report From: NASA HQ NASA announces the availability of preserved biospecimens from past Space Shuttle and International Space Station (ISS) missions and related ground studies. Examples of past     Add Comment

Iridium Delay Allows Glimpse of Complex SpaceX Launch Insurance Policy 
Space News - 7/30/2015
PARIS — Mobile satellite services provider Iridium Communications on July 30 said the Russian launch of its first two Iridium Next second-generation satellites would be delayed by two months, to December,     Add Comment

Safety Board To Shed Light On Circumstances Behind Virgin Galactic Crash 
Tech Times - 7/30/2015
Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShip Two before it went up the air and prematurely launched itself back down into a crash last fall. (Photo : Steve Jurvetson | Flickr) During its test flight and only seconds     Add Comment

Photo Shows Virgin Galactic Pilot Parachuting to Safety 
Big News Network - 7/30/2015
The crash of Virgin Galactic's prototype commercial tourism spacecraft last fall killed one pilot, and now a dramatic photo has come to light showing how the second pilot survived. ...    Add Comment
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