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    1. Even Calm Red Dwarf Stars Blast Their Planets with Mini-Flares, Destroying their Habitability
      Wed Jun 7 16:46:01 2017
      A study presented at the annual meeting of the American Astronomical Society this week has dealt another blow to the case for finding habitable planets around red dwarf stars. The post Even Calm Red Dwarf Stars Blast Their Planets with Mini-Flare[...]
    2. 1st Recycled SpaceX Dragon Blasts Off for Space Station on 100th Flight from Pad 39A with Science Rich Cargo and Bonus Booster Landing
      Sun Jun 4 14:28:56 2017
      KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL - After threatening stormy skies over the Florida Space Coast miraculously parted just in the nick of time, the first ever recycled SpaceX Dragon cargo freighter blasted off on the 100th flight from historic pad 39A on the [...]
    3. 1st Recycled SpaceX Dragon Blasts Off for Space Station on 100th Flight from Pad 39A with Science Rich Cargo and Bonus Booster Landing: Gallery
      Sun Jun 4 14:28:56 2017
      KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL - After threatening stormy skies over the Florida Space Coast miraculously parted just in the nick of time, the first ever recycled SpaceX Dragon cargo freighter blasted off on the 100th flight from historic pad 39A on the [...]
    4. In Photos: SpaceXs 1st Reused Dragon Spacecraft Blasts Off
      Sat Jun 3 04:07:00 2017
      SpaceX made history on June 3, 2017 when it launched a used Dragon cargo craft to the International Space Station for the first time. See images of the liftoff, and the successful landing of the companys Falcon 9 rocket, here. [...]
    5. 100th Blastoff from Historic Pad 39A Features SpaceX Resupply to Space Station and Land Landing June 1: Watch Live
      Wed May 31 22:59:34 2017
      KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL - The 100th blastoff from NASAs historic pad 39A features a SpaceX Dragon resupply mission carrying three tons of science and crew supplies to the International Space Station as well as another unfathomable ground landing [...]
    6. Halos on Mars Suggest Conditions for Life Lasted Longer Than Thought
      Tue May 30 04:54:00 2017
      Mars was capable of supporting life for much longer in the ancient past than researchers had thought, a new study suggests. [...]
    7. Blastoff! How to See a Rocket Launch In Person This Summer
      Tue May 30 02:01:00 2017
      Its not just for the pros: With a little planning and flexibility, anybody can go watch a rocket blast off. Our in-depth guide goes through each of this summers U.S. launch locations and dates. [...]
    8. Rocket Labs Electron Mini Launcher Blasts Off in Debut Flight from New Zealand
      Thu May 25 07:18:00 2017
      Rocket Labs four-year campaign to develop an inexpensive, dedicated rocket to put small satellites into orbit reached a major milestone today May 25 with the debut launch of its two-stage Electron booster from a new commercial spaceport in New Zeal[...]
    9. Weeks Last CubeSats Deployed as Crew Studies Space Health
      Thu May 18 15:33:24 2017
      The weeks final set of CubeSats were deployed today from outside the Japanese Kibo lab modules airlock. Inside the International Space Station, the Expedition 51 crew continued exploring microgravitys effects on muscles, bone cells and vision. [...]
    10. Cold-War Era Blasts Impacted Space Weather Video
      Wed May 17 03:38:00 2017
      U.S. and Soviet high-altitude nuclear explosion tests from 1958 to 1962 caused space weather effects more usually sparked by the suns activity like auroras at the equator, strain on utility grids and satellite malfunctions. [...]

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