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Tuesday, February 13
NASA's ISS funding to end
NHK — 4:59 am ET (0959 GMT)
Proposed NASA budget takes one small step toward the Moon
Ars Technica — 4:57 am ET (0957 GMT)
LISA pathfinder mission a glorious success
Ars Technica — 4:56 am ET (0956 GMT)
Trump’s budget wants the US to stop watching the planet
Ars Technica — 4:56 am ET (0956 GMT)
What really happened to GovSat-1’s Falcon 9 first stage?
SpaceFlight Insider — 4:52 am ET (0952 GMT)
New Satellite Data Confirm Accelerated Sea Level Rise
Univ. of South Florida — 4:50 am ET (0950 GMT)
Danish architect envisions life on Mars
Xinhua — 4:48 am ET (0948 GMT)
Soyuz 2-1A launches at the second attempt with Progress MS-08
NasaSpaceFlight.com — 4:45 am ET (0945 GMT)
Who's Going to Buy the International Space Station?
Wired News — 4:45 am ET (0945 GMT)
DARPA planning responsive launch competition
Space News — 4:39 am ET (0939 GMT)
NASA budget proposal seeks to cancel WFIRST
Space News — 4:37 am ET (0937 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
Monday, November 12
Peter Beck on how Rocket Lab will make money
New Zealand Herald — 5:14 am ET (1014 GMT)


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