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Wednesday, November 8
Scientists on new supernova: WTF have we been looking at?
Ars Technica — 9:22 pm ET (0222 GMT)
An experimental SpaceX rocket engine has exploded in Texas
Ars Technica — 9:22 pm ET (0222 GMT)
Star exploded, survived, and exploded again more than 50 years later
Carnegie Institution for Science — 9:16 pm ET (0216 GMT)
Astronomers Discover A Star That Would Not Die
Keck Observatory — 9:16 pm ET (0216 GMT)
A Star That Would Not Die
Univ. of California Santa Barbara — 9:15 pm ET (0215 GMT)
This star cheated death, exploding again and again
Science News — 9:15 pm ET (0215 GMT)
Fractured, watery core key to Enceladus's long-lived ocean
Physics World — 9:13 pm ET (0213 GMT)
SpaceX suffers Merlin engine test mishap
Space News — 9:07 pm ET (0207 GMT)
NASA sets December 2019 date for first SLS launch
Space News — 9:06 pm ET (0206 GMT)
Journey Through Gorgeous Nebulas in New Simulation
SPACE.com — 8:30 pm ET (0130 GMT)
First Cat in Space to Receive a Proper Memorial
SPACE.com — 8:30 pm ET (0130 GMT)


news in brief
SpaceShipTwo reaches edge of space on latest test flight
Posted: Sun, Dec 16 12:38 PM ET (1738 GMT)

Russian cosmonauts perform arduous spacewalk to inspect Soyuz
Posted: Sun, Dec 16 12:36 PM ET (1736 GMT)

Voyager 2 enters interstellar space
Posted: Sun, Dec 16 12:35 PM ET (1735 GMT)

news links
Tuesday, December 18
Trump's vision for Space Force may get boost
Washington Times — 6:06 am ET (1106 GMT)
Delta IV Heavy rocket approved to launch from Vandenberg on Tuesday
San Luis Obispo (CA) Tribune — 6:03 am ET (1103 GMT)


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