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Thursday, October 5
The World Needs a Terrestrial Sputnik Moment
The Atlantic — 4:02 am ET (0802 GMT)
ASU examines Mars’ moon Phobos in a different light
Arizona State Univ. — 3:59 am ET (0759 GMT)
Spaceport application headed to FAA in December
Commerce City (CO) Sentinel Express — 3:57 am ET (0757 GMT)
Isro satellite can keep tabs on road construction work
The Times of India — 3:55 am ET (0755 GMT)
ISRO Cartosat-2 launch in November to provide 6th eye in sky
Express News Service — 3:54 am ET (0754 GMT)
Simon Ostrach, NASA superstar and CWRU space researcher: Obituary
Cleveland Plain Dealer — 3:54 am ET (0754 GMT)
Is America Facing Another Sputnik Moment?
The New Yorker — 3:53 am ET (0753 GMT)
The Super-Earth that Came Home for Dinner
NASA/JPL — 3:49 am ET (0749 GMT)
Examining Mars' Moon Phobos in a Different Light
NASA/JPL — 3:49 am ET (0749 GMT)
Sentinel-5P sealed from view
ESA — 3:48 am ET (0748 GMT)
High winds scrub launch of NROL-52
SpaceFlight Insider — 3:47 am ET (0747 GMT)
Would Aliens Look Like Us?
NPR — 3:46 am ET (0746 GMT)


news in brief
Kepler goes into safe mode as fuel runs low
Posted: Sun, Jul 8 9:43 AM ET (1343 GMT)

Inmarsat rejets EcoStar takeover bid
Posted: Sun, Jul 8 9:42 AM ET (1342 GMT)

Shuttle-era engine tested for DARPA spaceplane
Posted: Sun, Jul 8 9:41 AM ET (1341 GMT)

news links
Sunday, July 15
Countdown begins after Sutherland wins space race
The Daily Express — 11:53 pm ET (0353 GMT)
Lockheed chosen to launch Britain’s commercial space age
Financial Times — 11:49 pm ET (0349 GMT)
Virgin Orbit agreement to launch satellites from Cornwall
UK Aviation News — 11:49 pm ET (0349 GMT)
Scotland chosen for UK’s first spaceport
The Scotsman — 11:48 pm ET (0348 GMT)


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