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Friday, February 2
OU Astrophysicists Discover Extragalactic Planets for First Time
Univ. of Oklahoma — 7:19 pm ET (0019 GMT)
Galaxy rotations raise doubts on dark matter
Cosmos Magazine — 7:17 pm ET (0017 GMT)
To the Moon, Mars and Beyond
Wall Street Journal — 7:15 pm ET (0015 GMT)
Will Astronauts Someday Feast on Poop-Grown Microbes?
SPACE.com — 7:03 pm ET (0003 GMT)
Galaxy Duo Looks Just Like a Penguin Guarding Its Egg
SPACE.com — 7:03 pm ET (0003 GMT)
Solar Eclipse Made Bow Waves in Earth’s Atmosphere
Sky & Telescope — 7:01 pm ET (0001 GMT)
60 years ago, Explorer 1 launched U.S. into Space Age
Florida Today — 6:52 pm ET (2352 GMT)
Space lasers to track Earth's ice
BBC — 6:51 pm ET (2351 GMT)


news in brief
Final Delta 2 launches ICESat-2
Posted: Sun, Sep 16 10:41 AM ET (1441 GMT)

Japanese ISS cargo mission launch scrubbed
Posted: Sun, Sep 16 10:40 AM ET (1440 GMT)

SpaceX to announce new plans for circumlunar trip
Posted: Sun, Sep 16 10:39 AM ET (1439 GMT)

news links
Friday, October 19
Paul Allen, the Quiet Space Baron
The New Yorker — 6:37 am ET (1037 GMT)


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