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Aeronautics and Astronautics Centennial Symposium October 22-24, 2014
10-20-2014  •  MIT Alumni Association 
The high point of the Centennial Celebration is the Symposium featuring illustrious names in aerospace reflecting on past achievement, celebrating today's innovative research and education, and offering their perspectives on what lies ahead. Closin 
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Suspended Animation In Space Travel: What Scientists Still Need To Learn
10-18-2014  •  popsci.com 
Human hibernation could be a great way to get to Mars (and beyond), but a few big questions remain. 
Robert Lee
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Scientists Might Have Accidentally Solved The Hardest Part Of Building Space Elevators
10-19-2014  •  http://www.businessinsider.com 
A space elevator is essentially a cable anchored to the Earth's equator and attached to a counterweight somewhere way above Earth's atmosphere — much higher than satellites in orbit.  
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The Space Station Is Getting A UPS-Style Shipping Service
10-18-2014  •  popsci.com 
A new vehicle design could enable same-day shipping from the ISS to Earth, making science experiments in microgravity cheaper and easier. 
Robert Lee
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Rosetta Spacecraft Spots 'Pyramid' Boulder on Comet (Photos)
10-16-2014  •  space.com 
The European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft has sent home several spectacular images that show a large pyramid-shaped boulder studding the surface of its target comet. 
Robert Lee
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A Lab-Made Black Hole May Confirm The Existence Of Exotic Radiation Predicted By...
10-13-2014  •  http://www.businessinsider.com 
A Lab-Made Black Hole May Confirm The Existence Of Exotic Radiation Predicted By Stephen Hawking 40 Years Ago. 
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Scientists Might Have Accidentally Solved The Hardest Part Of Building Space Elevators
10-13-2014  •  http://www.businessinsider.com 
A space elevator is essentially a cable anchored to the Earth's equator and attached to a counterweight somewhere way above Earth's atmosphere — much higher than satellites in orbit. 
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Secretive X-37B Military Space Plane Could Land in California Tuesday
10-13-2014  •  yahoo.com 
The U.S. Air Force's mysterious X-37B space plane will return to Earth this week —possibly as early as Tuesday — after 22 months in orbit on a secret mission. 
Robert Lee
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MIT Students Claim Astronauts Will Starve On 'Mars One' Mission
10-13-2014  •  popsci.com 
But CEO Bas Lansdorp says the study used bad data. 
Robert Lee
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New Artificial Materials Open Possibilities for Manned Space Exploration
10-10-2014  •  http://singularityhub.com 
Space exploration has many challenges, but one inconvenient fact in particular – the lack of oxygen in much of the universe – poses a real challenge to making offworld exploration and living a reality. 
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SpaceX launching Seattle-area office, recruiting squadrons of Microsoft engineers
10-10-2014  •  http://www.geekwire.com 
Space Exploration Technologies, the Elon Musk-owned company better known as SpaceX, has been heavily recruiting engineers from Microsoft and other companies in the region as it gears up a new Seattle-area office. 
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Private Inflatable Room Launching to Space Station Next Year
10-10-2014  •  http://www.space.com, Elizabeth Howell 
A privately built inflatable room for astronauts on the International Space Station is on track to launch into orbit next year. 
Robert Lee
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RICHARD BRANSON: I Hope We'll Prove Elon Musk Wrong
10-09-2014  •  http://www.businessinsider.com 
SpaceX founder Elon Musk told Management Today recently: "I like Richard and I think he's doing some cool things. But technology is not really his whack you know. But once the technology's developed in terms of operating it in a way that people rea 
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Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo Aces Glide Test Flight
10-09-2014  •  http://www.space.com 
Virgin Galactic's suborbital space plane took to the skies again Tuesday (Oct. 7), just three days after a big anniversary celebration for the vehicle's predecessor. 
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India and the US to team up for Mars exploration and Earth-observing missions
10-06-2014  •  gizmag.com 
Last month, the US MAVEN space probe and the Indian MOM orbiter arrived at the planet Mars within days of one another. 
Robert Lee
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NASA Eyes Crew Deep Sleep Option for Mars Mission
10-06-2014  •  space.com 
A NASA-backed study explores an innovative way to dramatically cut the cost of a human expedition to Mars -- put the crew in stasis. 
Robert Lee
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SpaceShipOne: The First Private Spacecraft | The Most Amazing Flying Machines Ever
10-06-2014  •  space.com 
This is part of a Space.com series of articles on the Most Amazing Flying Machines Ever, the balloons, airplanes, rockets and more that got humans off the ground and into space. 
Robert Lee
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New Way to Make Oxygen Doesn't Need Plants
10-05-2014  •  http://www.livescience.com, By Tanya Lewis 
Earth's atmosphere wasn't always full of life-giving oxygen — it was once a choking mixture of carbon dioxide and other gases, more like the atmosphere of Mars or Venus.  
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Feature Article
Ten Years Ago Today
Donna Hancock
   Ten years ago today, a former Navy pilot climbed into a homebuilt spaceship, was carried to a high altitude by a mothership in the skies over Mojave, California, dropped into free fall, and fired the spaceship's hybrid rocket motor to blast out of
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How SpaceShipOne and X Prize Launched Commercial Spaceflight 10 Years Ago
10-04-2014  •  space.com 
Ten years ago Saturday (Oct. 4), the era of commercial spaceflight really started taking off. 
Robert Lee
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Space Station Helps Rescue Sunken Ship Survivor | Video
10-04-2014  •  space.com 
The Vessel-ID System investigation on ISS tracks the Automatic Identification System (AIS) signal that is emitted from sea-faring ships on Earth. It relays ship position reports to tracking stations on the ground. 
Robert Lee
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From The Archives: How The $10 Million Ansari X Prize Was Won
10-04-2014  •  http://www.popsci.com 
In November 2004, Popular Science profiled the Tier One team as they prepared to launch the commercial spaceflight industry. 
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A Spacecraft That Packs The Punch Of A Warhead
10-02-2014  •  http://www.popsci.com 
Hayabusa 2 could be the first to intercept and blast an asteroid. 
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NASA Launches Student Contest for 3D-Printed Astronaut Tools
10-02-2014  •  http://www.space.com 
You don't have to become an astronaut to use the International Space Station's new 3D printer. 
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How to Launch a Space Startup in 2 Days (First Person)
10-02-2014  •  space.com 
About three hours into Startup Weekend: Space, I seriously wondered what I had gotten myself into. 
Robert Lee
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Rosetta comet landing date selected
09-30-2014  •  gizmag.com 
Ever since the historic achievement of August 6, when Rosetta became the first unmanned spacecraft to achieve a stable orbit around a comet, mission operators have been readying themselves for the inevitable nail-biting landing attempt.  
Robert Lee
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Sierra Nevada Protests NASA Commercial Crew Award, Lays Off Staff
09-30-2014  •  space.com 
Two days after laying off about 100 employees who had been working on its Dream Chaser vehicle, Sierra Nevada Corp. (SNC) on Sept. 26 filed a protest with the U.S. Government Accountability Office of a commercial crew contract it lost earlier in Sept 
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Life-Hunting Mars Mission Idea Makes Progress, But Needs Cash
09-30-2014  •  space.com 
A concept mission that would fire scientific missiles at Mars to search for signs of subsurface life is making technical strides, team members say, but it still needs quite a bit of financial help to get off the ground. 
Robert Lee
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Space Combat Won't Look At All Like 'Star Wars'
09-30-2014  •  http://www.popsci.com, Kelsey Atherton 
PBS explains the physics of space skirmishes 
Robert Lee
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