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December 10, 2012
LAUNCH PAD
Russia works to fix satellite's off-target orbit
Moscow (AFP) Dec 09, 2012
Russian scientists were working to correct the orbit of a communications satellite Sunday after it failed to reach its designated location in space - the latest setback for the country's once-pioneering space industry. The mishap was believed to be linked to a malfunction in the Proton-M rocket's Briz-M booster stage, and occurred hours after the rocket blasted off from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 1313 GMT Saturday. Previous problems with the booster type apparently led President ... read more
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SKY NIGHTLY

British astronomer Patrick Moore dead aged 89
Astronomer Patrick Moore, renowned for his work mapping the Moon's surface and for having popularised his subject with the British public, died Sunday at the age of 89, friends and colleagues announced. ... more
MOON DAILY

To the moon and back for less than 2 billion dollars
Two former top NASA officials unveiled plans Thursday to sell manned flights to the moon by the end of the decade, in an announcement 40 years after the last human set foot there. ... more
IRON AND ICE

What is Creating Gullies on Vesta?
In a preliminary analysis of images from NASA's Dawn mission, scientists have spotted intriguing gullies that sculpt the walls of geologically young craters on the giant asteroid Vesta. Led by ... more
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STELLAR CHEMISTRY

Secrets of universe revealed thanks to AF research complex
Looking skyward, scientists worldwide now know the universe's size, composition, approximate age and rate of expansion, thanks in part to "essential" data derived from a time-sensitive test conducte ... more


STELLAR CHEMISTRY

X-ray vision can reveal the moment of birth of violent supernovae
A team of astronomers led by the University of Leicester has uncovered new evidence that suggests that X-ray detectors in space could be the first to witness new supernovae that signal the death of ... more
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TECH SPACE

Speeding Space Junk Poses Risks for Spacecraft
The amount of space junk floating around the Earth grows every year, and increasingly can pose risks to spacecraft orbiting the planet. In the United States, NASA's Orbital Debris Program (ODP ... more
SPACE TRAVEL

What trends will take upper hand in space exploration?
Space exploration in the future is linked to the creation of habitable bases on the moon. This opinion was expressed by head of Russia's leading research institute of the country's space agency Genn ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
Russia to Orbit 9 MilCom Satellites by 2020

China Completes Country's Largest Spaceport

1980s aircraft helps quantum technology take flight

3rd X-37B test vehicle lands at Vandenberg

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Engineers find a way to win in laser performance by losing

Lockheed Martin claims nuclear energy breakthrough

TECH SPACE

Elbit Systems to Provide Space Camera for the Italian OPTSAT 3000 Observation Satellite
Elbit Systems reports that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Elbit Systems Electro-Optics Elop, was awarded a contract from Israel Aerospace Industries ("IAI") to provide a space camera for the Italian O ... more
EARTH OBSERVATION

Seeing stars, finding nukes: Radio telescopes can spot clandestine nuclear tests
In the search for rogue nukes, researchers have discovered an unlikely tool: astronomical radio telescopes. Ohio State University researchers previously demonstrated another unlikely tool, when they ... more
STELLAR CHEMISTRY

Galaxy-wide echoes from the past
Many galaxies have a giant black hole at their centre that causes the gas around it to glow. However, in the case of green bean galaxies, the entire galaxy is glowing, not just the centre. These new ... more
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DEEP IMPACT

Geminid Meteor Shower Coming on December 13-14
If it's clear late Thursday night, December 13th, 2012, keep a lookout high overhead for the shooting stars of the Geminid meteor shower. "The Geminids are usually one of the two best meteor showers ... more
STATION NEWS

Khrunichev Completes Nauka Space Station Module
Russia's Khrunichev space company has completed assembly of the Nauka ("Science") multirole laboratory module for the International Space Station, Khrunichev said on Friday. The module will no ... more
24/7 News Coverage
The Cloudy Future of Arctic Sea Ice

Chinese scientist proposes new scientific satellites

Europe secures new generation of weather satellites

NASA Begins Sixth Year of Airborne Antarctic Ice Change Study

NASA Tool Helps Airliners Minimize Weather Delays

NASA Soil Moisture Mapper Arrives at Launch Site

New satellite-borne weather warning system delivered

STELLAR CHEMISTRY

The Bubble Nebula, observed with the new One Degree Imager Camera
Just in time for the holidays, a spectacular image of the Bubble Nebula (NGC 7635) demonstrates the potential of the new camera known as the One Degree Imager, or ODI, that is being commissioned at ... more
STELLAR CHEMISTRY

Wide Binary Stars: Long-Distance Stellar Relationships
Using computer simulations, scientists from Hawaii and Finland have figured out how wide binary stars-two stars that orbit each other at a distance up to a light-year-form. Our Sun is a single sta ... more
SPACEMART

TRT Turk Selects SES To Reach Audiences In Sub-Saharan Africa
SES has announced that Turkish public broadcaster, Turkiye Radyo ve Televizyon Kurumu (TRT), has selected SES to reach audiences in sub-Saharan Africa. TRT will use capacity on SES-5 located a ... more
SPACEMART
To the moon and back for less than 2 billion dollars

NASA's GRAIL Creates Most Accurate Moon Gravity Map

Chinese astronauts may grow veg on Moon


SPACEMART
NASA to send new rover to Mars in 2020

Orbiter Spies Where Rover's Cruise Stage Hit Mars

Safe Driving on Mars


SPACEMART
Civil Space 2013 Symposium

Scientists say NASA's budget inadequate for its goals

What trends will take upper hand in space exploration?


SPACEMART
Mr Xi in Space

China plans manned space launch in 2013: state media

China to launch manned spacecraft

SPACE TRAVEL

Scientists say NASA's budget inadequate for its goals
NASA suffers from a "mismatch" between its goals and the budget it has been given to achieve them, according to a panel that said the US space agency may need a complete overhaul. ... more
SPACE MEDICINE

Six degrees of inclination
Stay in a tilted bed for weeks with your head at the lower end and your body starts to change as if it were ageing prematurely or living in space. Twelve volunteers in ESA's bedrest study are enduri ... more
GPS NEWS

Putin Urges CIS Countries to Join Glonass
Russian President Vladimir Putin called on the members of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) to join Glonass, Russia's global positioning system. "This system has the capability to p ... more
SPACE SCOPES

Astronomers Go Infrared to Map Brightest Galaxies in Universe
A group of astronomers from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, the U.S. Mainland, Canada, and Europe recently used the twin telescopes of the W. M. Keck Observatory on Mauna Kea, Hawaii, to conduct ... more
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  • EARTH OBSERVATION

    NASA-NOAA Satellite Reveals New Views of Earth at Night

    STELLAR CHEMISTRY

    Crowdsourcing the cosmos: Astronomers welcome all to identify star clusters in Andromeda galaxy

    SPACE SCOPES

    Herschel and Keck take census of the invisible Universe

    GPS NEWS

    Third Boeing GPS IIF Begins Operation After Early Handover to USAF

    LAUNCH PAD

    SPACEX Awarded Two EELV Class Missions From The USAF

    EARTH OBSERVATION

    Raytheon technology instrumental in creating "Black Marble" image

    IRON AND ICE

    Heliophysics Nugget: Sungrazing Comets as Solar Probes

    SPACE SCOPES

    SOFIA Upgrades: Integrating Telescope Onboard Command and Control Systems

    MOON DAILY

    NASA's GRAIL Creates Most Accurate Moon Gravity Map

    STELLAR CHEMISTRY

    When the first stars blinked on

    Astronomers discover and 'weigh' infant solar system

    New galaxy census highlights importance of starbursts

    Titan, Saturn's Largest Moon, Icier than Scientists Thought

    Third Galileo satellite begins transmitting navigation signal

    Safe Driving on Mars

    Sea Launch Delivers the EUTELSAT 70B Spacecraft into Orbit

    Skybox Imaging Completes Significant Testing Milestone Preceding its First Satellite and Product Launch

    Orbiter Spies Where Rover's Cruise Stage Hit Mars

    SES And ESA To Collaborate On Electra To Develop First All-Electric Small/Medium Sized Satellite Platform In Europe

    KVH Provides 60 percent More Capacity for EMEA Region of mini-VSAT Broadband Network

    New Crew of ISS to Perform Two Spacewalks

    'Dark Core' May Not Be So Dark After All

    N. Korea completes installing rocket: report

    NASA to send new rover to Mars in 2020

    First-ever hyperspectral images of Earth's auroras

    Civil Space 2013 Symposium

    Ancient Mars May Have Captured Enormous Floodwaters

    NASA Announces Multi-Year Mars Program With New Rover In 2020

    N. Korea says it may delay controversial rocket launch

    Air Force Space Command's roots traced back to the 1940s

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