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Technical Insight on Insurance Equities - Marsh and McLennan Cos., Aon PLC, Arthur  
Reuters - 4 Hours ago
Editor Note: For more information about this release, please scroll to bottom. PR Newswire LONDON, October 21, 2014 LONDON , October 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Investor-Edge has initiated coverage
Chubb : Technical Insight on Insurance Equities - Marsh and McLennan Cos., Aon PLC,  4 Traders
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What It Could Be Like to Live on Mars 
Wired News - 4 Hours ago
Plans Courtesy of Blue Planet Research Bryan Christie Design I'd always wanted to visit Mars. Instead I got Hawaii. There, about 8,200 feet above sea level on Mauna Loa, sits a geodesically domed habitat     Add Comment

Comet, Mars in a Near Miss That Gives NASA a Spectacular Show 
NewsMax.com - 5 Hours ago
Mars was nearly hit by Comet Siding Spring on Sunday, the closest shave the Red Planet has had in roughly a million years. Named for the Australian observatory that detected it in 2013, the comet gave     Add Comment

Mysterious space mission ends 
CNN - 5 Hours ago
Los Angeles (CNN) -- Whatever it was doing up in space, we may never know, but the U.S. Air Force's unmanned X-37B space plane returned to Earth this week, with still no details from the military on the     Add Comment

NASA spacecraft around Mars send back images of comet Siding Spring 
Los Angeles Times - 10 Hours ago
Comet Siding Spring has flown past Mars, but the NASA satellites in orbit around the Red Planet are continuing to study the mysterious visitor from the solar system’s distant Oort cloud. All three spacecraft     Add Comment

China completes first coastal space launch center 
CHINAdaily.com.cn - 17 Hours ago
China has finished building its first coastal space launch site in Wenchang city of the country's southernmost Hainan province, reported the People's Daily. It will be put into service in 2015. Wenchang     Add Comment

How will we land astronauts on Mars? Thermal footage of Space X Falcon 9 rocket  
NewsRT.co.uk - 4 Hours ago
Probes sent to Mars usually use a soft landing system that causes them to bounce several times before coming to a standstill. But Nasa needs to be more accurate when it comes to putting humans on the
13:15 How will we land astronauts on Mars? Thermal footage of Space X... NewsRT.co.uk
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Subwavelength nanostructures integrated with polymer-packaged iii–v solar cells  
Progress in Photovoltaics: Research & Applications - 4 Hours ago
ABSTRACT Reduction in surface and interface reflectance via the integration of subwavelength nanostructures in flexible polymer packaging material combined with incorporation of dielectric nanoislands     Add Comment

Culture Tue 21st Oct X37-B is back. And so is the militarisation of space The return  
GQ Magazine UK - 4 Hours ago
On Friday, the X37-B, otherwise known as the United States Air Force's 'Orbital Test Vehicle,' touched down at a landing strip in southern California after two years spent silently circling the Earth.     Add Comment

Partial Solar Eclipse to Darken US Skies This Week 
Yahoo! Canada - 5 Hours ago
Mark Thursday (Oct. 23) on your calendar as "Solar Eclipse Day," for if the weather cooperates, you should have no difficulty observing a partial eclipse of the sun.  Nearly all of North America, except
Partial Solar Eclipse to Darken US Skies This Week Space.com Auto.ru.msn.com
Partial Solar Eclipse to Darken North American Skies Thursday Auto World News
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Practicing life on Mars, on a Hawaiian volcano 
Times of India - 11 Hours ago
On the way to Mars, Neil Scheibelhut stopped by Walmart for mouthwash and dental floss. "We're picking up some last-minute things," he said via cellphone last Wednesday afternoon from the store. Scheibelhut     Add Comment

Why women will be first on Mars 
Herald Sun - 11 Hours ago
Race to the red planet ... Women would be more cost effective to send to Mars than men. Picture: iStock Source: Supplied WOMEN should go on the first mission to Mars, not men — that’s the advice of one     Add Comment

Close encounters of the top secret kind 
Space Review - 14 Hours ago
In January 1969, American and Soviet reconnaissance satellites flew past each other at high speed only a few kilometers away. It was apparently the first close encounter between spysats of the two superpowers,     Add Comment

Commercial crew’s extended endgame 
Space Review - 14 Hours ago
The drama of NASA’s commercial crew program was supposed to be over by now. The months—years, even—of debate and deliberation about the various contenders, and the funding available to support them, was     Add Comment

Powering cislunar spaceflight with NEO powder 
Space Review - 14 Hours ago
For the last year and a half, NASA has been publicly studying a concept known as the Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM). , ARM: will employ a robotic spacecraft, driven by an advanced solar electric propulsion     Add Comment

Big data computing above the clouds 
Space Review - 14 Hours ago
Big server farms that can crunch big data are huge and they consume enormous amounts of electrical power. Servers now account for 10% of global electricity consumption, and the prospects are for continued     Add Comment

Review: Mars Rover Curiosity 
Space Review - 14 Hours ago
Books about spacecraft missions often fall into one of two broad categories. There are the books that discuss the science done by the missions: the discoveries that the images and other data provided     Add Comment

‘Unmanned’ mission to Mars 
Herald Sun - 14 Hours ago
Race to the red planet ... Women would be more cost effective to send to Mars than men. Picture: iStock Source: Supplied WOMEN should go on the first mission to Mars, not men — that’s the advice of one
Unmanned mission to Mars Daily Telegraph Australia
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Comet Siding Spring nucleus relatively small NASA 
Big News Network - 4 Hours ago
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter successfully captured views of the comet C/2013 A1 Siding Spring when it whizzed past Mars Sunday, obtaining key information about its nucleus. The images taken by ...    Add Comment

Fake NASA 'naut backs all-female Mars mission: We're cheap, we're light 
The Register - 4 Hours ago
Intelligent flash storage arrays Women (not men) would be a better choice for the first (wo)manned mission to Mars, according to boffin and fake NASA-naut Kate Greene. Greene, the crew writer for     Add Comment
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Thermal footage of Space X Falcon 9 rocket could help Nasa land astronauts on Mars 
One News Page United Kingdom - 4 Hours ago
Spaceflash  RT @GoInsideSpace : @NASA teams with @spacex to study thermal camera footage of the Falcon 9 rocket. https://t.co/zcwC8U9kBS #space http://t…  15 hours ago Alex G. Orphanos  RT @GoInsideSpace     Add Comment

SpaceX CRS-4 Dragon to leave ISS Saturday 
Central Florida News 13 - 4 Hours ago
A SpaceX cargo ship that has been at the International Space Station for a month is set to leave Sat    Add Comment

Culture Tue 21st Oct X37-B is back. And so is the militarisation of space The return  
GQ Magazine UK - 4 Hours ago
On Friday, the X37-B, otherwise known as the United States Air Force's 'Orbital Test Vehicle,' touched down at a landing strip in southern California after two years spent silently circling the Earth.     Add Comment

Kazakhstan's Baikonur cosmodrome: space launch tourism fails to take off 
Ein News - 4 Hours ago
Today - 04:50 GMT Tears welled up in Alexey Melnikov’s eyes as a rocket carrying three astronauts lifted off from Kazakhstan’s Baikonur Cosmodrome several hours before dawn. The Russian-born, London-based
Kazakhstans Baikonur cosmodrome space launch tourism fails to take off Azerbaijan News.Net
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Florida’s space race: The politicians battling over the cosmos 
The Nation Pakistan - 14 Hours ago
Debbie Siegelbaum - As Democrats and Republicans vie for domination of the US Senate come November’s mid-term elections, two Florida politicians are vying to demonstrate who cares most about the solar     Add Comment

Pat Hynes: Network of spaceports needed to advance space industry 
Las Cruces Sun-News - 21 Hours ago
By Pat Hynes For the Sun-News LAS CRUCES New Mexico Governor Jack Campbell was a visionary. In 1963, he sent a letter to President Kennedy asking him to "support the establishment of the first inland     Add Comment

Virgin Galactic's ready to resume test flights to space 
DailyMe.Com - 21 Hours ago
We've been waiting for Virgin Galactic[1] to begin ferrying passengers to the edge of space for what seems like forever, but now it looks as if we might be getting close. CEO George Whitesides has announced     Add Comment

Virgin Galactic Set To Restart Test Flights 
SoCalTech - 22 Hours ago
Mojave, California-based space vehicle is set to resume testing its vehicles for space flight, according to a report over the weekend. The company--which has been attempting to start delivering tourists     Add Comment

Virgin Galactic Will Fly Rocket-Powered SpaceShipTwo Test Flights Soon 
Sudan Vision Daily - 22 Hours ago
LAS CRUCES, N.M. - The private spaceflight company Virgin Galactic will soon begin a new round of rocket-powered test flights of the commercial spaceliner SpaceShipTwo to prepare for eventual passenger     Add Comment

ULA, Blue Origin and the BE-4 Engine 
Space News - 23 Hours ago
Almost overshadowed by NASA’s long-awaited announcement of its Commercial Crew Transportation Capability (CCtCap) awards on Sept. 16 to Boeing and Space Exploration Technologies Corp., totaling $6.8 billion,     Add Comment

NASA TV Coverage Set for U.S. Cargo Ship's Departure from International Space Station 
Ein News - 14 Hours ago
Oct 20, 2014 - 15:42 GMT WASHINGTON, Oct. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- After delivering almost 5,000 pounds of supplies and experiments to the International Space Station during a month-long     Add Comment

Do you wanna be a spaceman? 
Edgar Daily - 10/20/2014
[embedded content] Once upon a time, trips to space were for that rare breed of NASA’s astronauts who had spent years of their lives training for such a mission. But soon, very soon in fact, commercial     Add Comment

Nasa looks to use soft-landing technology for future space missions 
Aerospace Technology - 10/20/2014
Nasa plans to use SpaceX's propulsive soft-landing technology on the first stage of Falcon 9 rocket, to facilitate its future missions to Mars. The agency said it has captured thermal images of the     Add Comment

Virgin Galactic to resume powered test flights 
Cambodian Times - 10/20/2014
Passengers who made a $250,000 reservation to fly into space aboard a Virgin Galactic flight may not have to wait much longer: the company has announced that it is to resume rocket-powered test flights     Add Comment

Kazakhstan: Space-Launch Tourism Not Blasting Off as Promised 
Moscow Times - 10/20/2014
EurasiaNet Hours before liftoff, a Soyuz rocket stands on its launchpad. This article was originally published by  EurasiaNet.org Tears welled up in Alexey Melnikov’s eyes as a spaceship carrying     Add Comment

The politicians battling over outer space 
BBC - 10/20/2014
As Democrats and Republicans vie for domination of the US Senate come November's mid-term elections, two Florida politicians are vying to demonstrate who cares most about the solar system. Gabriel Rothblatt     Add Comment

SpaceX In Race To Develop Rent A Rocket Technology For Space Tourism 
Hospitality Times - 10/19/2014
| Oct 20, 2014 | Comments 0 [embedded content] SpaceX engineers may soon fulfill the ideas of many cosmic dreamers as the revolutionary space technology company races to develop a market for space     Add Comment

Legislative meeting Monday to focus on spaceport 
Las Cruces Sun-News - 10/19/2014
Sun-News report LAS CRUCES The state Legislature's New Mexico Finance Authority Oversight Committee will hold two days of meetings in Las Cruces this week, devoting the entire first day on Monday to     Add Comment

12 Join International Space Hall of Fame 
Las Cruces Sun-News - 10/19/2014
People who dreamed of space exploration and shared their dreams with the world were honored on Saturday at the New Mexico Museum of Space History and International Space Hall of Fame. Twelve individuals     Add Comment

space 
Las Cruces Sun-News - 10/19/2014
People who dreamed of exploration and shared their dreams with the world were honored on Saturday at the New Mexico Museum of Space History and International Space Hall of Fame. Twelve individuals were     Add Comment
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