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Tuesday, February 6

Monday, February 5
How long will the money keep flowing?
The Space Review — 8:16 pm ET (0116 GMT)
Mars atmospheric dust and human exploration
The Space Review — 8:15 pm ET (0115 GMT)
Orbital ATK, EELV, and the Chinese word for crisis
The Space Review — 8:14 pm ET (0114 GMT)
Small is big again in space science
The Space Review — 8:13 pm ET (0113 GMT)
Review: Outer Space Law
The Space Review — 8:12 pm ET (0112 GMT)
What to expect: SpaceX's Falcon Heavy launch from KSC
Florida Today — 8:03 pm ET (0103 GMT)
A Long-Lost NASA Spacecraft Rises From the Dead
The Atlantic — 8:02 pm ET (0102 GMT)
SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Is Ready For Its Historic Flight
The Atlantic — 8:01 pm ET (0101 GMT)
Why This Week's Big Rocket Launch May Make History
National Geographic News — 8:00 pm ET (0100 GMT)
How Falcon Heavy rekindled my childhood astronaut dreams
CNET News.com — 8:00 pm ET (0100 GMT)


news in brief
Union accepts contract to end ULA strike
Posted: Sun, May 20 1:41 PM ET (1741 GMT)

Contamination found in SLS core stage tubing
Posted: Sun, May 20 1:40 PM ET (1740 GMT)

Appropriators pass NASA spending bill that funds WFIRST
Posted: Sun, May 20 1:39 PM ET (1739 GMT)

news links
Thursday, May 24
Tory Bruno, the Other Rocket Man
Air & Space — 5:46 am ET (0946 GMT)
Eugene Parker’s Journey to the Sun
Air & Space — 5:46 am ET (0946 GMT)
Bezos offers moon to space agency
InnovationAus.com — 5:43 am ET (0943 GMT)


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