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Friday, November 3
China’s secretive spaceplane may launch in 2020
Ars Technica — 6:27 am ET (1027 GMT)
Wind satellite vacuum packed
ESA — 6:23 am ET (1023 GMT)
Launch your design with Cheops
ESA — 6:23 am ET (1023 GMT)
Century-old data holds earliest evidence for existence of exoplanets
SpaceFlight Insider — 6:23 am ET (1023 GMT)
No More Defense Industry Nominees, McCain Tells Trump
Breaking Defense — 6:21 am ET (1021 GMT)
Revealed: a monster planet orbits a tiny star
Cosmos Magazine — 6:18 am ET (1018 GMT)
House science chair to retire from Congress
Science — 6:16 am ET (1016 GMT)
Telesat undecided on Intelsat, Intel C-band proposal
Space News — 6:10 am ET (1010 GMT)
House Science Committee chairman to retire
Space News — 6:09 am ET (1009 GMT)
Here's How Space Travel Changes the Brain
SPACE.com — 6:08 am ET (1008 GMT)
How NASA Plans to Get Humans Back to the Moon
SPACE.com — 6:07 am ET (1007 GMT)
Lego Fans Celebrate Release of Women of NASA Set
SPACE.com — 6:05 am ET (1005 GMT)
What Darwin Can Tell Us About Aliens
SPACE.com — 6:04 am ET (1004 GMT)


news in brief
SpaceX wins Air Force Falcon Heavy launch contract
Posted: Sun, Jun 24 10:14 AM ET (1414 GMT)

NASA to study turning field centers into FFRDCs
Posted: Sun, Jun 24 10:13 AM ET (1413 GMT)

White House releases near Earth object action plan
Posted: Sun, Jun 24 10:12 AM ET (1412 GMT)

news links
Monday, June 25
Another delay for rocket launch
New Zealand Herald — 6:25 am ET (1025 GMT)


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