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Monday, January 29

Sunday, January 28
Kepler’s first Ku-band satellite is in orbit
Kepler Communications — 12:55 pm ET (1755 GMT)
LISA mission passes review successfully and begins next stage of development
Albert Einstein Institute — 12:53 pm ET (1753 GMT)
FUGIN Project: Large-scale Exploration of the Invisible Milky Way
National Astronomical Observatory of Japan — 12:46 pm ET (1746 GMT)
Ranking Member Johnson Statement on NASA’s Day of Remembrance
House Science Committee Democratic Membership — 12:46 pm ET (1746 GMT)
Scientists pioneer use of deep learning for real-time gravitational wave discovery
National Center for Supercoming Applications — 12:44 pm ET (1744 GMT)
NASA-JAXA Joint Statement on Space Exploration
JAXA — 12:44 pm ET (1744 GMT)
Airbus selected by ESA for EGNOS V3 programme
Airbus Group — 12:43 pm ET (1743 GMT)
What Trump Gets Right About NASA, Space Exploration
International Business Times — 12:41 pm ET (1741 GMT)
Astrophysicist defends Rocket Lab over disco ball launch
Radio New Zealand — 9:00 am ET (1400 GMT)
SpaceX aiming for first Falcon Heavy launch on Feb. 6
Los Angeles Times — 8:57 am ET (1357 GMT)
SpaceX Confirms Date for First Falcon Heavy Launch
SpacePolicyOnline.com — 8:55 am ET (1355 GMT)
Arianespace Launches Inquiry into Ariane 5 Anomaly
SpacePolicyOnline.com — 8:54 am ET (1354 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, August 19
Spy satellite chief weighs in on reforms
POLITICO — 9:26 am ET (1326 GMT)
Editorial: Space travel still a fearful prospect
New Zealand Herald — 9:21 am ET (1321 GMT)


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