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Space Travel and Exploration
Edited by Ernest Hancock


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Why DARPA Wants An Experimental Spaceplane
07-24-2014  •  popsci.com 
An ambitious DARPA project seeks to get satellites into space cheaper and on demand. 
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SpaceX releases video of powered booster landing
07-23-2014  •  http://www.gizmag.com, David Szondy 
A video has recorded the successful landing of the Falcon 9. 
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ESA to record destruction of spaceship from the inside
07-20-2014  •  http://www.gizmag.com, David Szondy 
Ever wonder if the light goes out when you close the fridge door? Or what it's like to ride a spacecraft as it burns up in the Earth's atmosphere? 
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US Too Dependent on Russian Rocket Engines, Experts Tell Lawmakers
07-19-2014  •  http://www.space.com, By Elizabeth Howell 
Should the Russian government yank its supply of rocket engines for United States launches, critical national-security satellite missions could be delayed up to four years, experts told a joint Senate hearing Wednesday (July 16). 
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Space Tourism Needs an 'Orbital Megabus' to Truly Lift Off (Op-Ed)
07-18-2014  •  space.com 
Britain has joined the race to become a leading hub of commercial space flight, announcing eight potential sites for a potential "spaceport" within the UK. 
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Private Cygnus Spaceship Delivers NASA Cargo to Space Station
07-17-2014  •  http://www.space.com, By Tariq Malik 
A commercial cargo ship built by Orbital Sciences Corporation arrived at the International Space Station on Wednesday (July 16) to deliver fresh food, supplies and other vital gear for NASA.  
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DARPA announces Phase 1 of its XS-1 spaceplane program
07-17-2014  •  http://www.gizmag.com, By Ben Coxworth 
It takes a lot more money and preparation to launch a rocket than to have a plane take off. 
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Abu Dhabi partners with Virgin Galactic spaceship firm
07-17-2014  •  http://abcnews.go.com, By Adam Schreck 
The Mideast investment fund that recently bet big on Mercedes-Benz said Tuesday that it will pay about $280 million to buy nearly a third of commercial space travel start-up Virgin Galactic.  
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Potential sites for UK's first spaceport revealed
07-17-2014  •  http://www.gizmag.com, By Darren Quick 
The commercialization of space travel is picking up pace with companies like SpaceX and Virgin Galactic leading the way. 
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Firefly Space Systems unveils Alpha launch vehicle design with aerospike engine
07-16-2014  •  http://www.gizmag.com, By David Szondy 
The signs of a healthy industry isn't just growth or innovation, but a tendency to reach out and fill niche markets.  
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Mystery object in lake on Saturn's moon
07-16-2014  •  arclein 
Titan is one of the most extraordinary places in the solar system. The land is strewn with hydrocarbon dunes that rise above lakes fed by rivers of liquid methane and ethane. The atmosphere is so thick, and the gravity so weak, that a human could str 
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SpaceX‘―s Falcon 9 finally launches Orbcomm OG2 mission
07-15-2014  •  http://www.nasaspaceflight.com,  
SpaceX made a fourth ¨C and successful ¨C attempt to launch its Falcon 9 v1.1 ¨C tasked with orbiting six OG2 satellites for Orbcomm‘―s second generation constellation ¨C on Monday.  
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Falcon 9 launches Orbcomm OG2 on fourth attempt
07-14-2014  •  http://www.gizmag.com, David Szondy 
SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket today, carrying six Orbcomm OG2 communication satellites in the second mission flight of a Falcon booster equipped with landing legs. 
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Spectacular 'Supermoon' Rises This Weekend
07-12-2014  •  http://news.yahoo.com, By By Tanya Lewis 
You might want to step outside early tomorrow morning (July 12), when a bulging "supermoon" will glow brightly in the sky.  
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Surfin' on Sunlight! Privately Funded Solar Sail to Launch by 2016
07-12-2014  •  http://www.space.com, By Elizabeth Howell 
Nine years after a rocket failure destroyed its solar-sailing spacecraft, the Planetary Society — the nonprofit space advocacy group led by scientist and popular TV host Bill Nye — is ready for another try.  
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Meet the Couple Who Could Be the First Humans to Travel to Mars
07-11-2014  •  http://www.wired.com, By Laura Poppick  
Jane Poynter and Taber MacCallum are planning a trip to Mars. They've been hashing out the details for 20 years now, and alternate between being extremely excited and utterly terrified by the prospect, refusing to discuss it after 5 p.m. to avoid nig 
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The Pentagon's plan to put robot Marines in space
07-10-2014  •  theweek.com 
Yep, a suborbital "mothership" was involved  
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Russia test launches first new space rocket since Soviet era
07-10-2014  •  yahoo.com 
Russia launched its first new design of space rocket since the Soviet era from the northern military space port of Plesetsk on Wednesday, aiming to break its reliance on foreign suppliers as well as the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. 
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Dropship quadcopter concept may offer precise, safe landings for Mars rovers
07-07-2014  •  gizmag.com 
The ESA has tested a novel system that may allow the agency to safely land rovers on Mars using a quadcopter-like dropship.  
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Robert Lee
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Boeing to start work on most powerful rocket ... EVER!
07-07-2014  •  theregister.co.uk 
NASA okays start of Space Launch System after design review 
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Robert Lee
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NASA: Satellite which will END man-made CO2 debate in orbit at last
07-03-2014  •  theregister.co.uk 
NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory 2 (OCO-2) not only managed to lift off today, it also achieved successful separation from its booster stack and got into orbit. 
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Robert Lee
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SUPER EARTH possibly home to life FOUND in our 'solar backyard'
07-01-2014  •  theregister.co.uk 
GJ 832c is just 16 light years away 
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China stakes its claims on Mars with rover bound for Red Planet in 2020
06-28-2014  •  independent.co.uk 
Sovereignty in outer space is always a tricky subject, but out of all the lifeless rocks in the solar system it's safe to say that Mars is more American than most.  
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Robert Lee
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Even the International Space Station's astronauts are blowing off work to watch the World Cup
06-27-2014  •  http://theweek.com 
As if sporting rivalries stop at the edges of Earth's atmosphere. 
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Robert Lee
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NASA finds mysterious signal that baffles astronomers
06-26-2014  •  theweek.com 
NASA's Chandra X-ray observatory has found a mysterious X-ray signal that astronomers are speculating could signal the presence of dark matter some 240 million light years away from Earth. 
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Mystery object in lake on Saturn's moon Titan intrigues scientists
06-24-2014  •  The Guardian 
Scientists are investigating a mystery object that appeared for a moment and then vanished again from a giant lake on Titan, the largest moon of Saturn. They spotted the object in an image taken by Nasa's Cassini probe as it swung around 
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Elon Musk Vows to Beat NASA to Mars
06-19-2014  •  Next News Network 
SpaceX founder Elon Musk has stated his team will be able to land humans on Mars between the years 2026 and 2028. This would be almost a decade before NASA plans to set the first human crew on the Red Planet. Assuming SpaceX is able to set humans 
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Can we grow things on Mars?
06-19-2014  •  dvice.com 
It's a future we've long dreamed of: colonizing other planets.  
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ELON MUSK: We're Only A Decade Away From Putting Humans On Mars
06-19-2014  •  http://www.businessinsider.com, Sam Colt 
To infinity, and beyond" seems to be Elon Musk's motto these days.  
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