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Thursday, October 12
Rocket scientist recalls early NASA days
East Oregonian — 8:26 pm ET (0026 GMT)
50 years later, the Apollo 11 command module still dazzles
Ars Technica — 8:22 pm ET (0022 GMT)
Asteroid Luca
ESA — 8:21 pm ET (0021 GMT)
Orbital ATK eyeing new date for Minotaur-C launch with SkySat
SpaceFlight Insider — 8:19 pm ET (0019 GMT)
'Seeing' the other side of our galaxy
Eurekalert — 8:17 pm ET (0017 GMT)
Watching plant photosynthesis...from space
Eurekalert — 8:16 pm ET (0016 GMT)
A better understanding of space — via helicopter
Yale Univ. — 8:15 pm ET (0015 GMT)
A Star That Devoured Its Own Planets
Simons Foundation — 8:14 pm ET (0014 GMT)
Is It Gonna Blow? Measuring Volcanic Emissions from Space
Michigan Tech — 8:13 pm ET (0013 GMT)
AccuWeather’s Barry Myers nominated to lead NOAA
Science — 8:10 pm ET (0010 GMT)
Astronomers map Milky Way’s most distant outpost
Science — 8:10 pm ET (0010 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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