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News.com.au
Inside Elon Musk’s big plan to colonise MarsAdventures has been sending private citizens to space since 2001, offering adve
Inside Elon Musk’s big plan to colonise Mars
News.com.au / Posted 5 minutes ago
Adventures has been sending private citizens to space since 2001, offering adventures such as visiting the International Space Station and “spacewalks” with a “professional cosmonaut.” Seven private citizens have gone so far, including the... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
A congressman doesn't want SpaceX handling its own 'troubling' rocket accident investigationincreased scrutiny of SpaceX's investigation practices, given its plans with NA
A congressman doesn't want SpaceX handling its own 'troubling' rocket accident investigation
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 6 hours ago
increased scrutiny of SpaceX's investigation practices, given its plans with NASA to launch astronauts to the International Space Station. It also lobs pointed questions at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), NASA, and the US Air Force (USAF)... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
A congressman doesn't want SpaceX handling its own 'troubling' rocket accident investigationincreased scrutiny of SpaceX's investigation practices, given its plans with NA
A congressman doesn't want SpaceX handling its own 'troubling' rocket accident investigation
Stamford Advocate / Posted 7 hours ago
increased scrutiny of SpaceX's investigation practices, given its plans with NASA to launch astronauts to the International Space Station. It also lobs pointed questions at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), NASA, and the US Air Force (USAF)... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Have $200,000? You could fly to MarsAstronautical Congress his plan at a meeting in Mexico Tuesday. SpaceX has yet
Have $200,000? You could fly to Mars
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 7 hours ago
Astronautical Congress his plan at a meeting in Mexico Tuesday. SpaceX has yet to ferry an astronaut to the International Space Station. SpaceX is also still isolating the issue with a helium system breach that led to the explosive loss of a... Read more
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Connecticut Post
A congressman doesn't want SpaceX handling its own 'troubling' rocket accident investigationincreased scrutiny of SpaceX's investigation practices, given its plans with NA
A congressman doesn't want SpaceX handling its own 'troubling' rocket accident investigation
Connecticut Post / Posted 7 hours ago
increased scrutiny of SpaceX's investigation practices, given its plans with NASA to launch astronauts to the International Space Station. It also lobs pointed questions at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), NASA, and the US Air Force (USAF)... Read more
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Business Insider
A congressman doesn't want SpaceX handling its own 'troubling' rocket accident investigationincreased scrutiny of SpaceX's investigation practices, given its plans with NA
A congressman doesn't want SpaceX handling its own 'troubling' rocket accident investigation
Business Insider / Posted 8 hours ago
increased scrutiny of SpaceX's investigation practices, given its plans with NASA to launch astronauts to the International Space Station. It also lobs pointed questions at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), NASA, and the US Air Force (USAF)... Read more
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Colorado Daily
Kate Becker: Will space dust sink spaceships?pit stop just so that we could see the road. And the faster you go, the less e
Kate Becker: Will space dust sink spaceships?
Colorado Daily / Posted 8 hours ago
pit stop just so that we could see the road. And the faster you go, the less empty "empty space" seems. The International Space Station travels through space that's a whole lot emptier than anything on I-90, but — zipping along at 5 miles per... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Have $200,000? You could fly to MarsAstronautical Congress his plan at a meeting in Mexico Tuesday. SpaceX has yet
Have $200,000? You could fly to Mars
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 8 hours ago
Astronautical Congress his plan at a meeting in Mexico Tuesday. SpaceX has yet to ferry an astronaut to the International Space Station. SpaceX is also still isolating the issue with a helium system breach that led to the explosive loss of a... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Congress members question whether SpaceX should conduct its own investigationletter, dated Thursday, also cited SpaceX’s prior explosion in June 2015 while
Congress members question whether SpaceX should conduct its own investigation
Los Angeles Times / Posted 8 hours ago
letter, dated Thursday, also cited SpaceX’s prior explosion in June 2015 while carrying cargo for NASA to the International Space Station. The Hawthorne space company led its own investigation for that launch failure. Under federal law, SpaceX is... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Have $200,000? You could fly to MarsAstronautical Congress his plan at a meeting in Mexico Tuesday. SpaceX has yet
Have $200,000? You could fly to Mars
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 8 hours ago
Astronautical Congress his plan at a meeting in Mexico Tuesday. SpaceX has yet to ferry an astronaut to the International Space Station. SpaceX is also still isolating the issue with a helium system breach that led to the explosive loss of a... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Have $200,000? You could fly to MarsAstronautical Congress his plan at a meeting in Mexico Tuesday. SpaceX has yet
Have $200,000? You could fly to Mars
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 9 hours ago
Astronautical Congress his plan at a meeting in Mexico Tuesday. SpaceX has yet to ferry an astronaut to the International Space Station. SpaceX is also still isolating the issue with a helium system breach that led to the explosive loss of a... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Have $200,000? You could fly to MarsAstronautical Congress his plan at a meeting in Mexico Tuesday. SpaceX has yet
Have $200,000? You could fly to Mars
Dayton Daily News / Posted 9 hours ago
Astronautical Congress his plan at a meeting in Mexico Tuesday. SpaceX has yet to ferry an astronaut to the International Space Station. SpaceX is also still isolating the issue with a helium system breach that led to the explosive loss of a... Read more
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KPRC Local 2 Houston
Starliner training systems unveiled at Johnson Space Centerbillion contract to develop the Starliner. Once completed, it will allow the U
Starliner training systems unveiled at Johnson Space Center
KPRC Local 2 Houston / Posted 10 hours ago
billion contract to develop the Starliner. Once completed, it will allow the United States to return to the International Space Station for the first time since 2011, when the space shuttle was retired. NASA has had to rely on Russian rockets and... Read more
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Gamasutra
The Art & Business of Making Gamesalso includes the return of the Starbase K-13, which was lost during Agents of
The Art & Business of Making Games
Gamasutra / Posted 11 hours ago
also includes the return of the Starbase K-13, which was lost during Agents of Yesterday to a temporal anomaly. This space station will be available to all fleets as part of the new Star Trek: The Original Series themed Fleet Holding . In... Read more
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Quartz
The UN wants to buy a spaceship to launch poor countries’ experiments into orbitlaunched on a rocket. Earlier this year, the company won a NASA contract to fly
The UN wants to buy a spaceship to launch poor countries’ experiments into orbit
Quartz / Posted 12 hours ago
launched on a rocket. Earlier this year, the company won a NASA contract to fly six cargo missions to the International Space Station between 2017 and 2024. The UN has not disclosed the cost of its proposed mission. According to Simonetta Di... Read more
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dna
New technology could power Mars return journey with space junkusing recycled space junk as fuel in the spacecraft. The rocket propulsion sys
New technology could power Mars return journey with space junk
dna / Posted 13 hours ago
using recycled space junk as fuel in the spacecraft. The rocket propulsion system is heading to the International Space Station (ISS) for a year-long experiment that could revolutionise space travel. Recycling space junk for fuel means... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Toby Manhire: See you on Mars, Dr Brashfrom the many billions it would cost today, Musk intends to generate revenue vi
Toby Manhire: See you on Mars, Dr Brash
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
from the many billions it would cost today, Musk intends to generate revenue via SpaceX deliveries to the International Space Station, crowdfunding and "steal underpants", which may be a reference to Superman and kryptonite or an esoteric... Read more
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EuroNews
'Commencing countdown' astronauts prepare for blast offBuoyancy Laboratory at Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. The pool is hom
'Commencing countdown' astronauts prepare for blast off
EuroNews / Posted 15 hours ago
Buoyancy Laboratory at Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. The pool is home to giant replicas of the International Space Station and provides perhaps the best simulation of what working on the ISS might feel like. The water replicates the... Read more
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KTLA-TV Los Angeles
An Unusual ‘Black Moon’ Coming on Friday; First Since 2014A view of a crescent moon setting, as seen by the Expedition 43 crew aboard the
An Unusual ‘Black Moon’ Coming on Friday; First Since 2014
KTLA-TV Los Angeles / Posted 16 hours ago
A view of a crescent moon setting, as seen by the Expedition 43 crew aboard the International Space Station. (Credit: NASA) A view of a crescent moon setting, as seen by the Expedition 43 crew aboard the International Space Station. (Credit:... Read more
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CNBC
Strides in space farming may boost plan to build human colony on Marson plants, part of NASA's "Veggie" program, have been conducted in a pressurize
Strides in space farming may boost plan to build human colony on Mars
CNBC / Posted 16 hours ago
on plants, part of NASA's "Veggie" program, have been conducted in a pressurized space garden aboard the International Space Station as well as in terrestrial laboratories. At present, red romaine lettuce is the only food grown in space that... Read more
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PhysOrg
Apollo 11 moonwalker Buzz Aldrin discusses 'Destination Mars'Commander Neil Armstrong, on July 20, 1969 in the Sea of Tranquility. Aldrin a
Apollo 11 moonwalker Buzz Aldrin discusses 'Destination Mars'
PhysOrg / Posted 18 hours ago
Commander Neil Armstrong, on July 20, 1969 in the Sea of Tranquility. Aldrin also strongly supports some type of American space station capability "beyond the ISS" to foster the Mars capability. And we need to be thinking about that follow on "US... Read more
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The Economic Times
New technology could power return journey to Marsusing recycled space junk as fuel in the spacecraft. The rocket propulsion sys
New technology could power return journey to Mars
The Economic Times / Posted 19 hours ago
using recycled space junk as fuel in the spacecraft. The rocket propulsion system is heading to the International Space Station (ISS) for a year-long experiment that could revolutionise space travel. The thruster works by accelerating... Read more
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Daily Mail
A solar storm lights up the Earth as coronal hole flings out particlesand can instead stretch out into space. Coronal holes were first seen in image
A solar storm lights up the Earth as coronal hole flings out particles
Daily Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
and can instead stretch out into space. Coronal holes were first seen in images taken by astronauts on board NASA's Skylab space station in 1973 and 1974. Occassionally these holes can generate storms on the sun's surface. This comes as star... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Disc-shaped UFO 'caught on NASA cameras' floating over Earthfirst time that enthusiasts have cited NASA's stream of the Earth for its UFO i
Disc-shaped UFO 'caught on NASA cameras' floating over Earth
Daily Mirror / Posted 20 hours ago
first time that enthusiasts have cited NASA's stream of the Earth for its UFO inclusion. Read More It turned out that an announcement about a change to their Space Station Live feed did not affect the live streaming. Are aliens visiting our plan... Read more
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New Kerala
Australian-designed rocket engine to be tested on ISS - newkerala.com #125459NK World, Sydney, Sep 29 : An Australian-designed rocket engine is heading to t
Australian-designed rocket engine to be tested on ISS - newkerala.com #125459
New Kerala / Posted 21 hours ago
NK World, Sydney, Sep 29 : An Australian-designed rocket engine is heading to the International Space Station (ISS) for a year-long experiment that could ultimately revolutionise space travel, authorities said on Thursday. The technology could be... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
You can follow in astronauts' footsteps with this tour of the Johnson Space Center in HoustonBuilding 9, otherwise known as the Space Vehicle Mockup Facility, where NASA as
You can follow in astronauts' footsteps with this tour of the Johnson Space Center in Houston
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 23 hours ago
Building 9, otherwise known as the Space Vehicle Mockup Facility, where NASA astronauts train for duty on the International Space Station, or ISS. The place looked like a huge airplane hangar, with people dwarfed by the mock-ups housed there. We... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Kelly twins learn a lot about Earth during space missionsback on Earth. “(Space) definitely has made me better at dealing with difficul
Kelly twins learn a lot about Earth during space missions
The Buffalo News / Posted yesterday
back on Earth. “(Space) definitely has made me better at dealing with difficult living conditions,” Scott said. “In the space station for a year you learned to live with very little, you don’t have running water for instance, the food is all... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
Beaverton teen a finalist in national NASA competitionThe one he settled on involves two paddles and a ball that could be created by
Beaverton teen a finalist in national NASA competition
NorthWest Cable News / Posted yesterday
The one he settled on involves two paddles and a ball that could be created by a 3D printer on board the International Space Station. “We started thinking about games in space because boredom is a problem on long space flights,” he said. Owen... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
Beaverton teen a finalist in national NASA competitionThe one he settled on involves two paddles and a ball that could be created by
Beaverton teen a finalist in national NASA competition
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted yesterday
The one he settled on involves two paddles and a ball that could be created by a 3D printer on board the International Space Station. “We started thinking about games in space because boredom is a problem on long space flights,” he said. Owen... Read more
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Mashable
Elon Musk: Is his Mars Shot impossible or inspired?Musk watcher and someone who had the pleasure of interviewing him on the cusp o
Elon Musk: Is his Mars Shot impossible or inspired?
Mashable / Posted yesterday
Musk watcher and someone who had the pleasure of interviewing him on the cusp of his first commercial SpaceX International Space Station docking operation, I sit somewhere between awestruck and skepticism.The believer Back in 2011, Musk explained... Read more
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News.com.au
Australian team could be set to revolutionise interplanetary travelhas been fast-tracked by international aerospace giant Airbus to get a prototyp
Australian team could be set to revolutionise interplanetary travel
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
has been fast-tracked by international aerospace giant Airbus to get a prototype of a new ion drive to the International Space Station for testing. It promises to be the world’s most efficient thruster — with the ability to get to Mars and back... Read more
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University of Sydney News
Return trip to Mars closer with record engine efficiencythat it had signed a contract with Neumann Space to fly Dr Neumann’s payload fo
Return trip to Mars closer with record engine efficiency
University of Sydney News / Posted yesterday
that it had signed a contract with Neumann Space to fly Dr Neumann’s payload for long-term testing on the International Space Station. “The testing of Neumann's thruster technology needs to be prepared through the established processes to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Aussie-designed thrusters could power journey to MarsInternational Space Station to trial Aussie-designed thrusters that could power
Aussie-designed thrusters could power journey to Mars
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
International Space Station to trial Aussie-designed thrusters that could power journey to Mars An Australian-designed rocket propulsion system is heading to the International Space Station (ISS) for a year-long experiment that ultimately could... Read more
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Namibia Economist
The world is not enoughfirms and the American government to fly satellites into orbit and cargo—and, e
The world is not enough
Namibia Economist / Posted yesterday
firms and the American government to fly satellites into orbit and cargo—and, eventually, astronauts—to the International Space Station. But building better rockets has never been the real point. Mr Musk, who grew up on a diet of science fiction... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Mars awaits: Sydney rocket scientist to test ion drive in spaceEurope's biggest aerospace company, Airbus Defence & Space, that will take his
Mars awaits: Sydney rocket scientist to test ion drive in space
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
Europe's biggest aerospace company, Airbus Defence & Space, that will take his design to be tested at the International Space Station. Sydney rocket scientist Paddy Neumann is working on a system of rocket propulsion called ion drive. Photo:... Read more
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WA Today
Mars awaits: Sydney rocket scientist to test ion drive in spaceEurope's biggest aerospace company, Airbus Defence & Space, that will take his
Mars awaits: Sydney rocket scientist to test ion drive in space
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Europe's biggest aerospace company, Airbus Defence & Space, that will take his design to be tested at the International Space Station. Sydney rocket scientist Paddy Neumann is working on a system of rocket propulsion called ion drive. Photo:... Read more
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The Age
Mars awaits: Sydney rocket scientist to test ion drive in spaceEurope's biggest aerospace company, Airbus Defence & Space, that will take his
Mars awaits: Sydney rocket scientist to test ion drive in space
The Age / Posted yesterday
Europe's biggest aerospace company, Airbus Defence & Space, that will take his design to be tested at the International Space Station. Sydney rocket scientist Paddy Neumann is working on a system of rocket propulsion called ion drive. Photo:... Read more
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Canberra Times
Mars awaits: Sydney rocket scientist to test ion drive in spaceEurope's biggest aerospace company, Airbus Defence & Space, that will take his
Mars awaits: Sydney rocket scientist to test ion drive in space
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Europe's biggest aerospace company, Airbus Defence & Space, that will take his design to be tested at the International Space Station. Sydney rocket scientist Paddy Neumann is working on a system of rocket propulsion called ion drive. Photo:... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Mars awaits: Sydney rocket scientist to test ion drive in spaceEurope's biggest aerospace company, Airbus Defence & Space, that will take his
Mars awaits: Sydney rocket scientist to test ion drive in space
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Europe's biggest aerospace company, Airbus Defence & Space, that will take his design to be tested at the International Space Station. Sydney rocket scientist Paddy Neumann is working on a system of rocket propulsion called ion drive. Photo:... Read more
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Rice Owls
Dillard Named Campbell Trophy Semifinalistinterned at UTC Aerospace Systems, a NASA contractor where he worked on project
Dillard Named Campbell Trophy Semifinalist
Rice Owls / Posted yesterday
interned at UTC Aerospace Systems, a NASA contractor where he worked on projects related to supporting in International Space Station (ISS). Each semifinalist for the Campbell Trophy was nominated by their school, which are limited to one... Read more
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CNET
Why the best Mars colonists could come from places like Iran and Brazilopened an application window for the next generation of American astronauts it
Why the best Mars colonists could come from places like Iran and Brazil
CNET / Posted yesterday
opened an application window for the next generation of American astronauts it hopes to send to the International Space Station, lunar orbit and eventually to Mars. But to find the best candidates for dealing with the harsh levels of... Read more
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CNET
Yes, we could build a real-world 'Elysium,' eventuallyis divided between all the poor bastards stuck on an overpopulated, ruined Eart
Yes, we could build a real-world 'Elysium,' eventually
CNET / Posted yesterday
is divided between all the poor bastards stuck on an overpopulated, ruined Earth and the rich elite on a huge, halo-style space station where life resembles a stay at an all-inclusive resort. If you're interested to see how Damon infiltrates... Read more
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CNET
Before signing up for Mars, consider all the ways you could die thereis the farthest from home any human has traveled so far. Scott Kelly has alread
Before signing up for Mars, consider all the ways you could die there
CNET / Posted yesterday
is the farthest from home any human has traveled so far. Scott Kelly has already been in space aboard the International Space Station for nearly a full year now, so at least we know that's doable, albeit with resupply missions less than an hour... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Four stiff challenges Elon Musk will have to overcome to turn his Mars dream into realitydecent” revenue from satellite launches and the Hawthorne company’s resupply mi
Four stiff challenges Elon Musk will have to overcome to turn his Mars dream into reality
Los Angeles Times / Posted yesterday
decent” revenue from satellite launches and the Hawthorne company’s resupply missions for NASA for the International Space Station. He added that the “main reason” he was “personally accumulating assets” was to fund this endeavor, and that... Read more
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redOrbit
Big win for NASA: Congress mandates a mission to Marsof having an uncrewed SLS mission by 2018 and a crewed one by 2021. It would al
Big win for NASA: Congress mandates a mission to Mars
redOrbit / Posted yesterday
of having an uncrewed SLS mission by 2018 and a crewed one by 2021. It would also support the full use of the International Space Station through 2024 (and possibly through 2028); require NASA to improve the monitoring, diagnosis, and treatment of... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
How Following His Heart Led This Entrepreneur to Start a Multi-Million Dollar Companymoment.4. What’s a book you always recommend? An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on
How Following His Heart Led This Entrepreneur to Start a Multi-Million Dollar Company
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
moment.4. What’s a book you always recommend? An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earthby Canadian astronaut and International Space Station commander Chris Hadfield. He’s a friend and one of the most courageous and inspirational people I know. In the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
How Following His Heart Led This Entrepreneur to Start a Multi-Million Dollar Companymoment.4. What’s a book you always recommend? An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on
How Following His Heart Led This Entrepreneur to Start a Multi-Million Dollar Company
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
moment.4. What’s a book you always recommend? An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earthby Canadian astronaut and International Space Station commander Chris Hadfield. He’s a friend and one of the most courageous and inspirational people I know. In the... Read more
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Greenwich Time
How Following His Heart Led This Entrepreneur to Start a Multi-Million Dollar Companymoment.4. What’s a book you always recommend? An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on
How Following His Heart Led This Entrepreneur to Start a Multi-Million Dollar Company
Greenwich Time / Posted yesterday
moment.4. What’s a book you always recommend? An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earthby Canadian astronaut and International Space Station commander Chris Hadfield. He’s a friend and one of the most courageous and inspirational people I know. In the... Read more
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The News-Times
How Following His Heart Led This Entrepreneur to Start a Multi-Million Dollar Companymoment.4. What’s a book you always recommend? An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on
How Following His Heart Led This Entrepreneur to Start a Multi-Million Dollar Company
The News-Times / Posted yesterday
moment.4. What’s a book you always recommend? An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earthby Canadian astronaut and International Space Station commander Chris Hadfield. He’s a friend and one of the most courageous and inspirational people I know. In the... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Orbital ATK details plans for space station near the moonEarth and the moon. Orbital, which has flown five successful resupply missions
Orbital ATK details plans for space station near the moon
Orlando Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Earth and the moon. Orbital, which has flown five successful resupply missions using its Cygnus module to the International Space Station, wants to use that same module to create a space station near the moon. The company was one of six that are... Read more
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