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Galileo taking flight: ten satellites now in orbit

Europe’s own satellite navigation system has come a step nearer to completion today, with Galileo 9 and 10 which lifted off together at 02:08 GMT on 11 September (04:08 CEST; 23:08 local time, 10 September) from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana, atop a Soyuz launcher. To source

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[ISS / Japanese Experiment Module (KIBO)] Kibo-ABC Member Countries' News: Indonesia

Kibo-ABC Member Countries’ News: Indonesia Last Updated: September 11, 2015 Finalists of the Scientific Writing Competition for high school students in Indonesia, “Clinostat Experiment, Space Simulation on Life Science,” are conducting simulated microgravity experiments for the final competition in October The Scientific Writing Competition “Clinostat Experiment, Space Simulation on Life Science” has begun, in cooperation […]

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SpaceX Animates Crew Dragon's In-Orbit Ride | Video

SpaceX Animates Crew Dragon's In-Orbit Ride | Video

IMAX Hubble 3D: The Director’s Take – Exclusive Video Virgin Galactic: Let The Journey Begin Elon Musk vs. Neil Armstrong: SPACEX vs. Constellation A Hotel Room in Space Mars Pix, Orbiters for Sale, ISS News – This Week In Space SpaceShipTwo Makes First Solo Test Flight The Business of Space Flight SpaceShip Two’s Roomy and […]

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SpaceX Unveils The Interior Of Crew Dragon | Video

SpaceX Unveils The Interior Of Crew Dragon | Video

Visions of Venus The Expanding Danger of Space Debris: Fragmentation Two Sides Has The Moon – And Here’s What’s On Them The Business of Space Flight Elon Musk vs. Neil Armstrong: SPACEX vs. Constellation IMAX Hubble 3D: The Director’s Take – Exclusive Video What’s Next for NASA? A Hotel Room in Space Too Late to […]

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New Photos of Pluto Show a World More Complex and Beautiful Than Ever

An “over-the-top” complex mix of craters, ice flows, mountains, valleys and apparent dunes coexist on Pluto in the latest amazing images from NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft. “Pluto is showing us a diversity of landforms and complexity of process that rival anything we’ve seen in the solar system,” New Horizons’ principal investigator Alan Stern, from the […]

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Pluto's Chaos Region Explored In New Probe Pics | Video

New imagery from the NASA’s New Horizons’ mission has been processed. High detailed views of the Sputnik Planum and the Chaos region give you the perspective from 1,100 miles (1,800 kilometers) above Pluto’s equatorial area. Credit: NASA/JHPL/SWRI/mash mix: Space.com’s @SteveSpaleta To source

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