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Tuesday, February 28
SpaceX wants to send two rich people to the moon by 2018
Popular Science — 6:24 am ET (1124 GMT)
SpaceX Plans to Send Two People Around Moon in 2018
SpacePolicyOnline.com — 6:16 am ET (1116 GMT)
Tourists pay millions for rocket trip to the moon next year
The Times of London — 6:12 am ET (1112 GMT)
SpaceX Jumps Aboard Space Tourism With Planned Moon Flight For Two
Investor's Business Daily — 6:01 am ET (1101 GMT)
Elon Musk launches space tourism with trip for two to the moon
Los Angeles Business Journal — 6:01 am ET (1101 GMT)
Elon Musk says SpaceX will fly private citizens to the moon & beyond
Torrance (CA) Daily Breeze — 6:00 am ET (1100 GMT)
Space tourism to begin in 2018
AFP — 5:59 am ET (1059 GMT)
Two lucky civilians will go to the moon in 2018
New York Post — 5:57 am ET (1057 GMT)
Elon Musk Is Flying Two People to the Moon
Travel+Leisure — 5:55 am ET (1055 GMT)
SpaceX announces plan to launch tourists around the Moon
Deutsche Welle — 5:55 am ET (1055 GMT)
NorCal astronaut hopes business won't compromise safety for SpaceX
KGO-TV San Francisco — 5:52 am ET (1052 GMT)
SpaceX plans to send two people around the Moon
The Verge — 5:23 am ET (1023 GMT)

Monday, February 27
Elon Musk's SpaceX plans to fly two people around the Moon in 2018
Australian Broadcasting Corporation — 8:58 pm ET (0158 GMT)
SpaceX to fly two space tourists around the moon in 2018
CNNMoney.com — 8:52 pm ET (0152 GMT)

news in brief
China launches two navigation satellites
Posted: Sun, Jan 14 5:44 PM ET (2244 GMT)

Arianespace plans a record number of launches in 2018
Posted: Sun, Jan 14 5:43 PM ET (2243 GMT)

Orbital ATK wins Galaxy 30 order
Posted: Sun, Jan 14 5:42 PM ET (2242 GMT)

news links
Thursday, January 18
First ICEYE-X1 Radar Image from Space Published
PR Newswire — 5:37 am ET (1037 GMT)
U.S. missile-deterrence to get upgrade from Florida launch
Orlando Sentinel — 5:31 am ET (1031 GMT)
Iridium confident NEXT will remain on track; all eyes on Falcon Heavy
Runway Girl Network — 5:28 am ET (1028 GMT)



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