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Chinese scientists mull power station in space 
CHINAdaily.com.cn - 3/30/2015
A computer generated picture of a solar power station in space to be built by a US company. [Photo/Xinhua] The battle to dispel smog, cut greenhouse gases and solve the energy crisis is moving to space.     Add Comment

Chinese scientists mull power station in space 
People.com.cn - 3/30/2015
BEIJING, March 30 -- The battle to dispel smog, cut greenhouse gases and solve the energy crisis is moving to space. Chinese scientists are mulling the construction of a solar power station 36,000 kilometers     Add Comment

Asteroid to orbit our moon? 
CNN - 3/30/2015
NASA says its Asteroid Redirect Mission will allow it to conduct tests that are essential to preparing humans for future deep-space flights.
Asteroid to orbit Earth's moon? CNN
An asteroid to orbit Earth's moon? CNN
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Team Indus ropes in Nilekani as advisor, investor 
Economic Times - 3/30/2015
BENGALURU: Nearly two years after launching an ambitious bid to land a robotic spacecraft on the moon, aerospace startup Team Indus has roped in Infosys co-founder and former UIDAI chairman Nandan Nilekani
Lunar push: Nandan Nilekani invests in startup working to land spacecraft on moon Economic Times
Team Indus ropes in Nilekani as advisor and investor Economic Times
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Fuzzy rough set on probabilistic approximation space over two universes and its  
Expert Systems - 3/30/2015
Abstract Probabilistic approaches to rough sets are still an important issue in rough set theory. Although many studies have been written on this topic, they focus on approximating a crisp concept in     Add Comment

NUIG group wins €1m contract from European Space Agency 
Irish Times - 3/30/2015
NUIG group wins €1m contract from European Space Agency New ways studied to correct visual errors in space telescopes – and DVD players NUI Galway scientists Dr Nicholas Devaney (left) of the school of     Add Comment

OFF TO SPACE 
The Hindu - 3/30/2015
(AFP) - Soyuz spacecraft with Russian, US astronauts docks at ISS 3564 A Russian Soyuz spacecraft with three crew on board successfully docked with the International Space Station on Friday after blasting
Soyuz spacecraft docks at ISS for year-long mission Saudi Gazette
Soyuz arrives at International Space Station for ‘critical’ year-long mission Taipei Times Online
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Astronaut's video proves thunderstorms look awesome from space 
Mashable - 3/29/2015
UTC Earth looks mesmerizing from space — especially when Mother Nature decides to put on a show. NASA astronaut Terry W. Virts , who is currently spending his days on the International Space Station     Add Comment

US, Russian astronauts begin one-year space mission 
Christian Science Monitor - 3/29/2015
US astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian astronaut Mikhail Kornienko lifted off Friday for a one-year mission aboard the International Space Station. The Soyuz TMA-16M spacecraft launches, carrying the 1-year
Liftoff! US, Russia Launch Historic One-Year Space Mission LiveScience.com
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Watch: Astronaut Kelly launches record-setting trip to space for one year 
Kicker Daily News - 3/29/2015
Astronaut Scott Kelly begins his year-long mission as they were sent to the International Space Station via as Russian Soyuz rocket, Friday. This record-setting trip is set to be NASA’s first astronaut     Add Comment

Russia announces plan to build new space station with NASA 
MSN Philippines - 3/29/2015
© Provided by AFP NASA astronauts at the International Space Station (ISS) Russia on Saturday announced initial plans to build a new orbital space station together with NASA to replace the International
Russia announces new space station plan Sky News Australia
Rus announces plan to build space station with NASA Economic Times
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2015 Caltech Space Challenge gives NASA Extraordinary Ideas about Space Exploration 
Topnews.in - 3/30/2015
It has been reported that NASA's human exploration strategy gained some clarity after the announcement of what type of asteroid astronauts might visit in coming decades after being launched from Kennedy     Add Comment

Russian Soyuz capsule having Three Astronauts docks with Orbital Outpost 
Topnews.in - 3/30/2015
On Friday, three astronauts were launched from Russia's Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan for the International Space Station where they will begin an orbital stay for one year. After six hours of the     Add Comment

Astronaut’s video proves thunderstorms look awesome from space 
Free-i-News - 3/30/2015
Tweet [embedded content] Tweet [embedded content] Earth looks mesmerizing from space — especially when Mother Nature decides to put on a show NASA astronaut Terry W. Virts, who is currently spending     Add Comment

Fresh evidence for groundwater on Mars 
Jagran Post - 3/30/2015
On the plateau, ELDs consist of rare mounds, flat-lying deposits and cross-bedded dune fields. The scientists interpreted the mounds as smaller spring deposits, the flat-lying deposits as playa and the
Fresh Evidence of Groundwater on Mars: Research NDTV
Fresh evidence for groundwater on M … Yahoo! India
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Hubble Telescope determines colour of distant planet for first time 
Canberra Times - 3/30/2015
Video will begin in 5 seconds. More video Recommended Replay video Hubble spots azure blue planet This animation shows HD 189733b, a huge gas giant that orbits very close to its host star     Add Comment

This Astronaut Is Going Away For A Very, Very Long Time 
MyNewsHub - 3/30/2015
NASA astronaut Scott Kelly has started a trip to the record books. He plans to spend 342 days on the International Space Station — the longest stretch of time any U.S. astronaut has spent in space.     Add Comment

Alan Stern on Pluto’s Wonders, New Horizons’ Lost Twin, and That Whole "Dwarf Planet"  
Social Dashboard - 3/30/2015
New Horizons will reach Pluto in July, despite being cancelled twice during development. Alan Stern’s determination was crucial to making the mission happen. In this illustration, Pluto’s moon Charon     Add Comment

Zimbabwe capital turns to solar streetlights to cut costs, crime 
Planet Ark - 3/30/2015
Date: 30-Mar-15 Country: ZIMBABWE Author: Madalitso Mwando Big cities across the world struggle with crime, and Zimbabwe's Harare is no exception. Naison Gumpo, a journalism student studying
Hre turns to solar to cut costs, crime New Zimbabwe.com
Harare turns to solar streetlights to cut costs and fight crime Times Live South Africa
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Round-the-world solar plane leaves Myanmar for China 
NetIndia123.com - 3/30/2015
The Solar Impulse (Si2), the solar-powered aircraft on a mission to fly around the globe without a drop of fuel, left Mandalay in Myanmar for China on Sunday on the fifth leg of its journey. The aircraft,     Add Comment
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>>   Commercial spaceflight news
Silicon Valley's space race 
Australian Financial Review - 3/30/2015
When they are feeling flush, tech companies are overcome by the urge to put stuff up into space. During the late 90s, companies such as Teledesic, Iridium and GlobalStar had big plans for low-earth orbiting     Add Comment

Can SpaceX Really Cut the Cost of Space Travel by 75%? 
Austin American Statesman - 3/29/2015
government satellites into space at a price much cheaper than ULA charges. According to a transcript of the proceedings, Shotwell told Congress it would cost "on the order of $80 million to $90 million"     Add Comment

Can SpaceX Really Cut the Cost of Space Travel by 75%? 
Motley Fool - 3/29/2015
Not all of the fireworks surrounding SpaceX start on a launch pad.. Image source: SpaceX. "SpaceX mocks rival in tetchy congressional hearing." How much cheaper? According to a transcript of the proceedings,     Add Comment

SpaceX's New Combustion Technologies 
Slashdot - 3/29/2015
An anonymous reader shares this story that takes a look at some of the advances SpaceX is working on. "Getting a small group of human beings to Mars and back is no easy task, we learned at the recent     Add Comment

5 Things I Learned About America's Space Program From Watching YouTube 
Austin American Statesman - 3/28/2015
YouTube just may be Google's greatest gift to mankind -- and not just because of all the cat videos. Last week, for example, I had the opportunity to spend an hour and a half watching a detailed Congressional     Add Comment

5 Things I Learned About America's Space Program From Watching YouTube 
Motley Fool - 3/28/2015
YouTube just may be Google's greatest gift to mankind -- and not just because of all the cat videos. Don't look so surprised, NASA Pilot Tony Antonelli. It's true -- YouTube can be just as exciting as     Add Comment

Competitors Question Reliability Of SpaceX 
Aero-News Network - 3/28/2015
March 21 Launch Delayed For Unspecified Reason The most recent delay of a SpaceX launch has the company's competitors launching something of a whisper campaign about the company's reliability.     Add Comment

Space Robot Kirobo Nets Two Guinness World Records 
Tech Times - 3/28/2015
Kirobo is a small robot standing just a little over a foot. During its trip in space, it has proven that robots and humans can co-exist, if given the chance. (Photo : Guinness World Records) When Kirobo     Add Comment

SpaceX’s fight with U.S. Air Force called a clash of perceptions 
Big News Network - 3/28/2015
The Seattle Times Friday 27th March, 2015 While the two sides have become conciliatory and say they expect SpaceX to be certified for military satellite launches by June, the report lays out a cultural     Add Comment

ISS Astronauts Arrive On Space Station For Nearly Year-Long Mission 
International Business Times - 3/28/2015
A U.S. astronaut and a Russian cosmonaut have arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) to begin a mission that will see the pair spend 350 days in space. It will be the longest continuous mission     Add Comment

U. S., Russian Astronauts Reach International Space Station for One Year Stay 
Aviation Week - 3/28/2015
Russia's TMA-16M spacecraft docked with the International Space Station late Friday, delivering the orbiting lab's first "one-year" crew members, U. S. astronaut Scott Kelly and cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko,     Add Comment

Year in space starts for one American and one Russian 
Social Dashboard - 3/28/2015
The Soyuz TMA-16M spacecraft is seen as it launches to the International Space Station with Expedition 43's NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian cosmonauts Mikhail Kornienko and Gennady Padalka of the     Add Comment

Astronauts begin one-year space station mission 
CBS News - 3/28/2015
A workhorse Soyuz booster thundered to life and climbed into a dark Kazakh sky Friday, carrying NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko on a four-orbit voyage to the International Space
Astronauts launch for one-year space station flight Big News Network
Space station crewmen head off on 342-day mission Spaceflight Now
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US, Russian astronauts begin one-year space mission 
Christian Science Monitor - 3/29/2015
US astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian astronaut Mikhail Kornienko lifted off Friday for a one-year mission aboard the International Space Station. The Soyuz TMA-16M spacecraft launches, carrying the 1-year
Liftoff! US, Russia Launch Historic One-Year Space Mission LiveScience.com
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Soon, Humans Will Follow Robots Into Deep Space 
Wired News - 3/27/2015
Today, astronaut Scott Kelly will board a Russian Soyuz spacecraft bound for the International Space Station. He’ll spend a year in low-Earth orbit, in part as a lab rat in a study that looks at how his     Add Comment

US Air Force Overstepped In SpaceX Certification 
Slashdot - 3/27/2015
Rambo Tribble writes: An internal review commissioned by Air Force Secretary Deborah James has concluded that Air Force personnel tasked with evaluating SpaceX's certification treated it as a design review,     Add Comment

Asias Simmering Rivalries Are Shifting To Outer Space Where Anything Goes 
Big News Network - 3/27/2015
Forbes Friday 27th March, 2015 I am the Job and Gertrud Tamaki professor at the Jackson School of International Studies, in the University of Washington Seattle. I work on the international relations
Asia's Simmering Rivalries Are Shifting To Outer Space, Where Anything Goes Social Dashboard
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2015 Ford Transit Passenger Wagon provides space businesses need to succeed 
Securities Technology Monitor - 3/27/2015
Mac Haik's offers review of 2015 Ford Transit Wagon in San Antonio, Texas    Add Comment

2015 Ford Transit Passenger Wagon provides space businesses need to succeed 
Red Orbit - 3/28/2015
Mac Haik’s Southway Ford offers review of 2015 Ford Transit Wagon in San Antonio, Texas SAN ANTONIO, Texas, March 27, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — The new 2015 Ford Transit passenger wagon is anticipated
2015 Ford Transit Passenger Wagon provides space businesses need to succeed<\/a>  Yahoo! Finance
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2015 Ford Transit Passenger Wagon provides space businesses need to succeed 
SYS-CON Media - 3/27/2015
:( There seems to be a problem. It's only temporary. We expect to have this resolved within the next few minutes and will attempt to reload the page for you in just a few seconds. In the meantime we're     Add Comment
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