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Thursday, May 18
NASA Mission Uncovers Dance of Electrons in Space
NASA/GSFC — 5:51 pm ET (2151 GMT)
Rivers on three worlds tell different tales
MIT — 5:50 pm ET (2150 GMT)
Ancient rivers show lack of plate tectonics on Mars and Titan
Cosmos Magazine — 5:46 pm ET (2146 GMT)
Mars' Raindrops May Once Have Been Bigger Than Earth's
SPACE.com — 5:32 pm ET (2132 GMT)
How Do Scientists Search for Extraterrestrial Life?
SPACE.com — 5:32 pm ET (2132 GMT)
Hi, Ho! 'Snow White' the Dwarf Planet Has Its Own Moon
SPACE.com — 5:30 pm ET (2130 GMT)
Mysterious flashes on satellite images of Earth explained
Nature News — 5:24 pm ET (2124 GMT)
45th Space Wing enables nation's space mission
US Air Force — 5:23 pm ET (2123 GMT)


news in brief
Cassini mission ends with a plunge into Saturn's atmosphere
Posted: Sat, Sep 16 9:06 AM ET (1306 GMT)

ESA signs first Ariane 6 launch contract
Posted: Sat, Sep 16 8:54 AM ET (1254 GMT)

Soyuz launches new crew to the ISS
Posted: Sat, Sep 16 8:49 AM ET (1249 GMT)

news links
Tuesday, October 17
Want To Go To Mars? The Risks May Not Be Worth It, Says UNLV Prof
Nevada Public Radio — 6:27 am ET (1027 GMT)
The Interplanetary Political Football of Space Exploration
Scientific American — 6:21 am ET (1021 GMT)


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