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Thursday, October 5
JWST launch slips to early 2019
Spaceflight Now — 3:43 am ET (0743 GMT)
Globalstar to make stock offer for $125 million
Space News — 3:41 am ET (0741 GMT)
America Will Return to the Moon—and Go Beyond
Wall Street Journal — 3:38 am ET (0738 GMT)
Sputnik at 60: How Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos Started a New Space Age
The Weekly Standard — 3:29 am ET (0729 GMT)

Wednesday, October 4
GAO Report Addresses Challenges for Fueling Future Deep Space Missions
House Science, Space and Technology Committee — 8:03 pm ET (0003 GMT)
OneWeb founder Wyler: 1 billion consumer subscribers by 2025
Space Intel Report — 7:59 pm ET (2359 GMT)
ULA preps Atlas V 421 to launch classified NROL-52 mission
SpaceFlight Insider — 7:56 pm ET (2356 GMT)
Surface helium detonation spells end for white dwarf
Eurekalert — 7:51 pm ET (2351 GMT)
Milky Way’s “most-mysterious star” continues to confound
Carnegie Institution for Science — 7:50 pm ET (2350 GMT)
135 years ago today, the Rocket Age began
Cosmos Magazine — 7:49 pm ET (2349 GMT)
Meteorite clues to giant volcanoes on Mars
Cosmos Magazine — 7:48 pm ET (2348 GMT)
Galileo’s female Japanese peer
Cosmos Magazine — 7:48 pm ET (2348 GMT)
ULA Atlas V set for NROL-52 launch from Cape Canaveral
NasaSpaceFlight.com — 7:44 pm ET (2344 GMT)


news in brief
Falcon 9 launches Dragon to ISS
Posted: Sat, Dec 16 11:28 AM ET (1628 GMT)

Soyuz returns three ISS crewmembers to Earth
Posted: Sat, Dec 16 11:19 AM ET (1619 GMT)

Ariane 5 launches four Galileo satellites
Posted: Sat, Dec 16 11:14 AM ET (1614 GMT)

news links
Sunday, December 17
Space Florida, Made In Space Forge Financing Agreement
Space Florida — 10:01 am ET (1501 GMT)


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