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Article Image News Link • Global, By Jason Paur

It’s not space. It’s more like a high-altitude vacation. A new Arizona company is joining the outer edges of the tourism industry to find passengers who want to see a dark sky and the curvature of the Earth, all without boarding a sub-orbital rocket

Article Image News Link • Global

UC San Diego became the first university to design, print and test an 'additively-manufactured 'rocket engine. It was printed from Cobalt Chromium. The students were part of UCSD's chapter of Students for the Exploration and Development of Space.

Article Image News Link • Global, Rebecca Boyle

Icarus (this guy) had nothing on Solar Probe Plus (SPP). The new solar spacecraft, planned for a 2018 launch, will fly closer to the Sun than any human-built object before it, sipping the Sun's corona. SPP won’t carry humans (or any other life forms)

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