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Space Travel and Exploration
Edited by Ernest Hancock


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Long March Rocket Delivers Apstar 7 Satellite to Orbit
04-03-2012  •  http://www.spacenews.com, By Peter B. de Selding 
APT Satellite Holdings of Hong Kong on April 1 said its Apstar 7 telecommunications satellite, launched March 31 aboard a Chinese Long March 3B rocket, was healthy in orbit and in the coming weeks would replace the retiring Apstar 2R spacecraft at 76 
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Scrunchable Space Sieves Could Work as Tiny Foldable Satellite-Borne Telescopes
04-03-2012  •  Rebecca Boyle via PopSci.com 
A perforated plastic sheet carried into space in a microsatellite could serve as a cheap alternative space telescope, according to researchers at the U.S. Air Force Academy. The devices would sift photons like spaceborne cheesecloths. 
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Crunching the Big Bang With the Greatest Supercomputer Ever Built
04-03-2012  •  Rebecca Boyle via PopSci.com 
Little more than a decade from now, one of the world's great arid plains will become a bustling intersection of high-resolution astronomy and high-powered computing. Scrub land in either South Africa or Australia will host the biggest telescope ever. 
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Space Weather Study Could Illuminate Alien Planet Climates
04-07-2012  •  http://www.space.com, Staff 
The U.K. agency tasked with monitoring the country's weather forecasts is expanding its research on how space weather affects Earth and the atmospheres of alien planets around other stars. 
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Space station snaps photo of robotic cargo craft
04-09-2012  •  http://news.cnet.com, by Martin LaMonica 
NASA has released an image of a robotic spacecraft approaching the International Space Station, showing how the delicate operation looks from space. 
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Is NASA Tracking The Cosmic Shift?
04-10-2012  •  http://wakeup-world.com, By zengardner.com 
When it comes to terraforming, the Universe makes man’s puny efforts to be king of the hill look pretty pathetic. 
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Details Emerge on SpaceX’s Proposed Texas Launch Site
04-10-2012  •  www.spacenews.com 
Details about a launch facility Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX) is considering building in Texas emerged April 9 in a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) document detailing an environmental review that must precede construction.
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North Korea Is Lying About Its Rocket Launch, Sat-Watchers Show
04-10-2012  •  Noah Shachtman via WIRED.com 
North Korea claims that its impending satellite launch, scheduled for this week, is merely a mission to study the country’s “distribution of forests” and weather patterns. 
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Orbital Debris
04-11-2012  •  arclein 
Let's hypothetically assume that the removal of 10 large expired satellites per year will stabilize debris growth. Each object removal flight will likely cost about as much as placing a new satellite in orbit, say $200 million. Ten of these per year 
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Mars Viking Robots 'Found Life'
04-13-2012  •  http://news.discovery.com, By Irene Klotz 
New analysis of 36-year-old data, resuscitated from printouts, shows NASA found life on Mars, an international team of mathematicians and scientists conclude in a paper published this week. 
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Virgin Galactic Granted License Exemption for Spaceflight Experience
04-12-2012  •  http://www.spacenews.com, By Dan Leone 
New Mexico-based Virgin Galactic, which now expects to fly its first paying customers in 2013, was told by the U.S. government that the company may fly non-U.S. citizens to the edge of space without first obtaining an export license from the State De 
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Airline Travelers Choose Alternative Rewards: Space Travel, Anyone?
04-12-2012  •  http://www.cnbc.com, By: Darren Booth 
Having trouble finding available flights when you redeem your frequent flyer miles? Well there are some out-of-this-world options — pun intended.  
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SpaceX, Dragon Capsule & Falcon 9: Latest News
04-14-2012  •  www.space.com 
(SpaceX) is a commercial company aiming to launch cargo, and eventually people, to low-Earth orbit. The firm is developing its Dragon capsule and Falcon 9 booster under contracts from NASA's Commercial Crew Development (CCDev) program and its Commerc 
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Billionaire Elon Musk Opens Up About Private Spaceflight Challenges
04-14-2012  •  www.space.com 
Spaceflight company Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) is preparing to launch a robotic capsule to the International Space Station later this month. If successful, SpaceX will be the first company to dock a privately built spacecraft to the orbi 
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Scientists on Earth Spot Aurora Around Uranus
04-14-2012  •  http://www.geekosystem.com, by Max Eddy 
When Voyager 2 made its flyby of the strangely tilted planet Uranus, scientists got their first glimpse of what an aurora looked like on the icy blue planet.  
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Life on Mars Found by NASA's Viking Mission?
04-14-2012  •  http://news.nationalgeographic.com, Ker Than 
A fresh look at NASA data suggests that a robotic mission uncovered microbial life on Mars—more than 30 years ago. 
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NASA, SpaceX to Discuss 1st Private Launch to Space Station Monday
04-14-2012  •  http://www.space.com, , staff 
NASA and commercial space company SpaceX will discuss plans to launch the first private spaceship to the International Space Station during a press conference Monday  
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Planet Venus Visible All Night Long This Weekend
04-14-2012  •  http://www.space.com, by Joe Rao 
The planet Venus is now at its peak of visibility in the evening sky this weekend, making now a prime time to spot the bright planet. 
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Search for Life Guides NASA's New Mars Mission Plan
04-14-2012  •  http://www.space.com, by Mike Wall 
NASA's new Mars exploration strategy will be shaped by an old goal: searching for signs of past or present life on the Red Planet. 
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Mercury Has a Liquid Core, and Other New Surprises From the Innermost Planet
04-14-2012  •  http://www.popsci.com, By Rebecca Boyle 
New observations from the Messenger spacecraft suggest a deep reservoir of high-density material exists within Mercury. 
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Richard Branson Wants To Give Stephen Colbert A One-Way Ticket To Space
04-16-2012  •  http://www.businessinsider.com, Kamelia Angelova 
Commercial space travel is within reach but only for some lucky and wealthy 500 celebrities so far, says Virgin Group founder Richard Branson. 
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Space Shuttle Discovery Makes Final Takeoff
04-17-2012  •  http://www.huffingtonpost.com, By SETH BORENSTEIN 
The space shuttle Discovery soared over the Washington Monument, the White House and the Capitol in a high-flying salute to the nation's capital Tuesday. 
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It's Tax Day for Astronauts in Space, Too
04-17-2012  •  http://www.space.com, by Mike Wall 
You can't hide from the tax man, not even in space. 
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SpaceX Given Green Light for First Launch to Space Station
04-17-2012  •  http://www.wired.com, By Jason Paur 
SpaceX and NASA are moving ahead with the scheduled April 30 launch date of the Dragon spacecraft and its historic docking with the International Space Station after the flight readiness review was approved at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Tex 
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Spectacular solar eruption captured by scientists (VIDEO)
04-18-2012  •  http://rt.com 
The sun has erupted in a spectacular flare, sending an outburst of heated plasma far into space.  
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Is James Cameron launching an asteroid mining company?
04-18-2012  •  The Sideshow 
A new company called Planetary Resources held its official launch today promising a new venture that would merge "space exploration and natural resources," while adding "trillions" of dollars to the global GDP. The company counts some heavy-hitter 
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SpaceX a Go for ISS Visit
04-20-2012  •  arclein 
"SpaceX wouldn’t have been able to get started without the amazing work that NASA has done in the past," Musk said at the press conference, "and we wouldn’t have gotten this far without the help of NASA, so I’d like to be real clear in expressing  
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Google's Eric Schmidt and film director James Cameron back venture to mine in space
04-21-2012  •  http://www.telegraph.co.uk, By Emma Rowley 
Forget the gold rushes of the Wild West, the next grab for natural riches could eclipse anything that has gone before it. Power players including Eric Schmidt, the Google chairman, and James Cameron, the film director, are planning to mine the final  
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Weekend Lyrid meteor shower visible from Earth, space and ... balloon?
04-22-2012  •  http://www.msnbc.msn.com, By Tariq Malik 
The annual Lyrid meteor shower will hit its peak this weekend and promises to put on an eye-catching display. So much so, NASA is pulling out all the stops.  
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Multi-trillion dollar asteroid mining project announced by Google, Cameron
04-22-2012  •  Terrence Aym 
How can the U.S. and world economy be saved? Simple: mine asteroids.

That's the ambitious plan that motion picture producer-director, adventurer James Cameron and Internet giant Google's chairman, Eric Schmidt, have announced.

Touted as a revo 
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