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Tuesday, January 30
SpaceX scrubs launch attempt, will try again Wednesday
Orlando Sentinel — 6:35 pm ET (2335 GMT)
Bill Nye and the State of a Polarized Union
The Planetary Society — 6:33 pm ET (2333 GMT)
Jodrell Bank nominated as Unesco world heritage site
The Guardian — 6:25 pm ET (2325 GMT)
Space Station Research Manager Answers Criticism
Aviation Week — 6:21 pm ET (2321 GMT)
SpaceX Aims to Finally Launch Falcon Heavy Next Week
Popular Mechanics — 5:24 am ET (1024 GMT)
Falcon Heavy Cleared for Launch
Embry-Riddle Avion — 5:24 am ET (1024 GMT)
Opinion: The Zuma Fiasco
Embry-Riddle Avion — 5:24 am ET (1024 GMT)
SpaceX Falcon 9 to launch Tuesday with satellite
Spectrum News — 5:23 am ET (1023 GMT)
SpaceX's Elon Musk reveals launch date for Falcon Heavy rocket
Orlando Business Journal — 5:22 am ET (1022 GMT)
Lux delegation to see launch of GovSat-1
Delano — 5:19 am ET (1019 GMT)
Super blue blood moon: A perfect reason to look up on Jan. 31
Arizona State Univ. — 5:17 am ET (1017 GMT)
Human Waste Could Help Astronauts Grow Food in Space
Atlas Obscura — 5:13 am ET (1013 GMT)
Who Is Watching The Skies After SpaceX Failed Its Launch?
The Daily Caller — 5:11 am ET (1011 GMT)
Legislative debate over spaceport secrecy begins this week
NMPolitics.net — 5:08 am ET (1008 GMT)


news in brief
Russia plans to resume crewed Soyuz launches in December
Posted: Sun, Nov 4 9:00 AM ET (1400 GMT)

China launches Beidou satellite
Posted: Sun, Nov 4 8:59 AM ET (1359 GMT)

Dawn mission declared over
Posted: Sun, Nov 4 8:58 AM ET (1358 GMT)

news links
Friday, November 16
Pentagon says Space Force could cost less than $5 billion
Washington Examiner — 6:56 am ET (1156 GMT)


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