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The Space Review
SpaceX’s Dragonit awarded last month to Orbital ATK, Sierra Nevada Corporation, and SpaceX. Th
SpaceX’s Dragon
The Space Review / Posted yesterday
it awarded last month to Orbital ATK, Sierra Nevada Corporation, and SpaceX. That document provided more details on NASA’s evaluation of the CRS-2 proposals it received and why it selected the three companies. The document showed that SpaceX... Read more
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Boston Globe
An expanding universe of space appsThe official NASA app features photos and videos, news about current missions,
An expanding universe of space apps
Boston Globe / Posted 2 days ago
The official NASA app features photos and videos, news about current missions, NASA tweets, and more, and it can use your location on Earth to calculate when you’ll next be able to spot the International Space Station. From the reusable rockets by... Read more
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EarthSky
Take a colorful flight over dwarf planet Ceresshowing a simulated flight over the surface of dwarf planet Ceres in enhanced c
Take a colorful flight over dwarf planet Ceres
EarthSky / Posted 8 days ago
showing a simulated flight over the surface of dwarf planet Ceres in enhanced color. The movie is based on images from NASA’s Dawn spacecraft, taken between August and October 2015 when the spacecraft circled Ceres at an altitude of about 900... Read more
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The Space Review
NASA’s Journey to Mars and ESA’s Moon Village enable each otherlunar initiative faded. However, the space agencies involved through ILEWG cont
NASA’s Journey to Mars and ESA’s Moon Village enable each other
The Space Review / Posted 22 days ago
lunar initiative faded. However, the space agencies involved through ILEWG continued to work to complete the agenda of missions set in 2006 and to further the Global Exploration Roadmap developed by ISECG. ILEWG continued its activities and... Read more
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EarthSky
Four stunning close-ups of CeresView larger. | Kupalo Crater, caught from Dawn’s LAMO orbit only 240 miles (385
Four stunning close-ups of Ceres
EarthSky / Posted 27 days ago
View larger. | Kupalo Crater, caught from Dawn’s LAMO orbit only 240 miles (385 km) above dwarf planet Ceres. Resolution for all the images on this page is 120 feet (35 meters) per pixel. Image via NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA. The image above... Read more
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