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Facts About SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Rocket  Voir?

The Falcon Heavy rocket launched on its maiden voyage on Feb. 6, 2018, and SpaceX plans more missions in the near future.
(21/02/2018 @ 08:25)
Netflix Just Unveiled the Trailer for 'Lost in Space' Reboot — and It Looks Awesome!  Voir?

The sci-fi classic "Lost in Space" is launching back to television on April 13 by way of Netflix, which unveiled the first teaser for the series today (Feb. 21).
(21/02/2018 @ 05:43)
Pence: To Lead in Space, US Needs Less Red Tape for Commercial Space Companies  Voir?

At the second meeting of the newly reinstated National Space Council, Vice President Mike Pence and other U.S. officials emphasized that the U.S. is on top in space, but highlighted that regulation would need to be streamlined to stay in the lead.

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(21/02/2018 @ 04:39)
How We Know This Tiny Pinprick of Light Is the Tesla Roadster  Voir?

Scientist paparazzi turned their scopes toward Elon Musk's Roadster and its mannequin driver.
(21/02/2018 @ 04:19)
A Giant Claw Will Grab Falling SpaceX Gear 'Like a Giant Catcher's Mitt'  Voir?

SpaceX is planning to use a giant net - one so immense that it takes up the majority of a high-speed watercraft named Mr. Steven - to catch reusable gear that falls back to Earth after missions to outer space.

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(21/02/2018 @ 04:09)
Record Breaker! Powerful Supernova Is Most Distant Ever Seen  Voir?

An extraordinarily powerful "hypernova" a whopping 10.5 billion light-years from Earth is the most distant star explosion ever observed, a new study reports.
(21/02/2018 @ 04:00)
National Space Council Backs Incremental Space Regulatory Reform  Voir?

Vice President Mike Pence and members of the National Space Council approved a series of recommendations Feb. 21 that make modest, and expected, reforms to regulations of commercial space activities.

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(21/02/2018 @ 03:25)
Apollo 14: NASA's 'Rookie' Astronauts Bring Golf to the Moon (Photos)  Voir?

Apollo 14 was the fourth crewed moon landing and is most famous for being the first and only mission in which an astronaut played golf on the moon. See photos from the adventures of the Apollo 14 crew.

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(21/02/2018 @ 03:00)
Amateur Astronomer Wins 'Cosmic Lottery' with 1-in-10-Million Supernova Shot  Voir?

An amateur astronomer testing out a new camera just happened to catch the first light emitted by a supernova — a dramatic event that professional astronomers had long wanted to see.
(21/02/2018 @ 01:01)
Spin Master Releases High-Flying Motorized 'Sonic Rocket'  Voir?

The annual Toy Fair in New York delivers again, providing with a look at a dramatic motorized rocket recently released by Spin Master.
(21/02/2018 @ 12:56)
Jupiter's Great Red Spot Could Disappear Within 20 Years  Voir?

The iconic Great Red Spot of Jupiter may disappear in the next 20 years, according to a researcher at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in California.
(21/02/2018 @ 12:52)
Gravity Assist Podcast: Mars, with Bruce Jakosky and Michael Meyer  Voir?

NASA's Planetary Science Division Director, Jim Green, talks to the MAVEN mission's Principal Investigator Brice Jakosky and NASA's leading Mars scientist, Michael Meyer.
(21/02/2018 @ 12:51)
VP Mike Pence Announces Candidates for National Space Council Advisory Group  Voir?

Vice President Mike Pence has selected 29 candidates to serve on an advisory group for President Trump's newly reinstated National Space Council.
(21/02/2018 @ 12:00)
Space Calendar 2018: Launches, Sky Events & More  Voir?

Here's a guide to the major astronomical events of the next year, as well as space launches and milestones for spacecrafts already in travel.
(21/02/2018 @ 09:56)
SpaceX Delays Falcon 9 Rocket Launch Due to High-Altitude Winds  Voir?

SpaceX called off an attempted launch of its Falcon 9 rocket in California today (Feb. 21) due to strong high-altitude winds, according to the company's CEO, Elon Musk.
(21/02/2018 @ 09:50)
Image of the Day  Voir?

NASA astronaut and Expedition 54 flight engineer Mark Vande Hei captured this photo of Houston, Texas by night from 250 miles (400 km) above the Earth at the International Space Station.
(21/02/2018 @ 09:30)
On This Day In Space! Feb. 21, 1931: Germany's 1st Liquid-Fuel Rocket (Barely) Launches  Voir?

On February 21, 1931, Germany launched its first liquid-fueled rocket … sort of. The rocket only made it about 10 feet off the ground. See how it happened in our On This Day in Space video series.
(21/02/2018 @ 06:51)
Vector Planning First Orbital Launch This Summer  Voir?

Vector, one of a growing number of companies developing small launch vehicles, plans to carry out its first orbital launch this summer from Alaska.
(21/02/2018 @ 06:35)
'Star Trek Online' Offers Custom 3D-Printed Starships  Voir?

"Star Trek Online" players can put a lot of time into choosing, outfitting and customizing their starships, and now that work can follow them into the real world — with hand-painted 3D- printed starships based on their exact designs.

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(21/02/2018 @ 06:22)
National Space Council Meets with VP Mike Pence Today: Watch It Live  Voir?

The newly re-established National Space Council will hold its second meeting on Wednesday (Feb. 21) at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, and you can watch it live online.
(21/02/2018 @ 06:21)

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