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Title:spacetoday.net: space news from around the web
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Keywords:ISS, Mir, shuttle, launches, spacecraft, technology, commercialization, astronomy, planetary science, space science, earth science, astrobiology
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Blue Origin conducts New Shepard test flight
Posted: Tue, Jun 21 9:40 AM ET (1340 GMT)
Blue Origin launched its New Shepard suborbital vehicle on its fourth consecutive successful flight June 19. The vehicle lifted off from its West Texas test site at 10:36 am EDT (1436 GMT) and both its propulsion module and crew capsule landed safely less than 10 minutes later. The vehicle reached a peak altitude of about 101 kilometers on the flight, the fourth since November. The uncrewed test demonstrated the ability of the capsule to land with only two of its three parachutes open. The company also for the first time webcast the flight live.
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Ariane 5 launches communications satellites
Posted: Tue, Jun 21 9:38 AM ET (1338 GMT)
An Ariane 5 successfully launched two communications satellites June 18 after several delays. The rocket launched from Kourou, French Guiana, at 5:40 pm EDT (2140 GMT), at the end of its launch window because of launch site issues. High winds scrubbed a launch attempt Friday. The Ariane placed into geostationary transfer orbit the EchoStar 18 and BRIsat satellites, both built by Space Systems Loral for EchoStar and BRI Bank of Indonesia, respectively. The combined mass of the payload, 9,503 kilograms, set a new record for the vehicle.
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Soyuz returns three ISS crew to Earth
Posted: Tue, Jun 21 9:36 AM ET (1336 GMT)
A Soyuz spacecraft carrying three International Space Station crewmembers returned to Earth early June 18. The Soyuz TMA-19M spacecraft landed in Kazakhstan at 5:...
Antares return to flight slips to August
Posted: Tue, Jun 21 9:35 AM ET (1335 GMT)
The return to flight of Orbital ATK's Antares launch vehicle is likely to slip to August. The company said June 16 that it is...
Falcon 9 launches two commercial satellites, but landing fails
Posted: Tue, Jun 21 9:34 AM ET (1334 GMT)
SpaceX successfully launched two communications satellites June 15, but failed to land the first stage. The Falcon 9 lifted off on schedule from Cape Canaveral...
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Important agreement on Space cooperation signed by Italy-Japan Business Group chaired by Mauro Moretti
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Satellite tracking centre ISTRAC turns 40
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ISRO seeking proposals for Mars Orbiter Mission-2
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ISRO seeking proposals for Mars Orbiter Mission-2
Deccan Chronicle #151; 6:52 am ET (1152 GMT)
SpaceX wins NASA satellite contract amid talk of slashing earth science budget
CNBC #151; 6:51 am ET (1151 GMT)
Cassini Spacecraft Prepares for Incredible 'Ring-Grazing Orbits' at Saturn
AmericaSpace #151; 6:46 am ET (1146 GMT)
Shear brilliance: computing tackles the mystery of the dark universe
Univ. of Manchester #151; 6:45 am ET (1145 GMT)
Sentinels monitor sinking San Francisco skyscraper for case study
NasaSpaceFlight.com #151; 6:41 am ET (1141 GMT)
ESA says doomed Mars lander succumbed to bad altitude reading
Spaceflight Now #151; 6:38 am ET (1138 GMT)
SpaceX investor joins Trump defense transition team
Space News #151; 6:34 am ET (1134 GMT)
Watch Out for the Winking Eye of the Demon Star
SPACE.com #151; 6:33 am ET (1133 GMT)
Notes from Mars 160: The Science Work We're Doing
SPACE.com #151; 6:32 am ET (1132 GMT)
Twinkling Stars: Skywatcher Snaps Stunning View of Pleiades Star Cluster
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Keep Watch for November鈥檚 Orionid Meteors
Sky Telescope #151; 6:31 am ET (1131 GMT)
Destination Moon? Belgium joins the space race
Reuters #151; 6:30 am ET (1130 GMT)
Roscosmos Says ESA Not Blaming Russia for Schiaparelli Mars Lander Crash
Sputnik International #151; 6:29 am ET (1129 GMT)
ESA does not blame Roscosmos for ExoMars 2016 problems - Roscosmos
Interfax #151; 6:23 am ET (1123 GMT)
'Artificial gravity' device could be key to astronaut health on Mars mission
The Guardian #151; 6:22 am ET (1122 GMT)
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Washington Post #151; 6:21 am ET (1121 GMT)
Mars' Methane Scout Takes Test Run to Sniff out Life
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To Find Life on Mars, Perhaps We Should Look Here
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