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Thursday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related reporting and commentary from around the world. Intense magnetic fields may explain a long standing mystery over the high temperatures measured in the...

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Wednesday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from around the world. President Obama pledges second term action on climate change in his inaugural remarks.  A second U. S. company...

NASA offered an eye full this week at it placed the nation’s future in space on display during President Obama’s Inaugural Parade in Washington D. C..

Here are some of the photos captured by NASA photographer Bill Ingalls:

Orion is in development to launch U. S. astronauts on missions to the asteroids and Mars as well as return them to the moon. Un-piloted test...

Princeton University Press/Detler van Ravenswaay

Near-Earth Objects – Finding Them Before They Find Us by Donald K. Yeomans; Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey; $24.95; 2013.

This is a superb book that brings the reader up-to-speed on those menacing denizens of the deep – Near Earth Objects, or NEOs for short. Moreover, this book is...

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Tuesday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from around the world. NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover and Orion crew capsule join President Obama’s inaugural parade in Washington. Scientists...

Arkyd-100 series - the Leo Space Telescope. Credit Planetary Resources

The private space group – Planetary Resources – headquartered near Seattle, Washington is pushing forward on its Arkyd-100 – the firm’s space telescope and technology demonstrator for their Arkyd series of asteroid prospecting missions.

The Arkyd-100 series is the group’s first commercial spacecraft capable of...

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Monday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from around the world. Today, the nation will mark President Obama’s second term inauguration. A look back at how the current president and...

Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona

The Red Planet’s early evolution appears to be one that’s water rich, and could have been wet environments to support potential niches for ancient life.

New evidence of a wet underground environment on Mars stems from orbital observations by a NASA spacecraft of the floor of McLaughlin Crater. This feature is 1.4-mile-deep (2.2-kilometer-deep...

 

U. S. Astronaut Hall of Fame at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex near Titusville, Fla. Photo Credit/NASA

Shuttle commanders Eileen Collins and Curt Brown join scientist and payload commander Bonnie Dunbar as the latest astronauts to earn a place in the U. S. Astronaut Hall of Fame.

Their April 20 induction at NASA’s Kennedy Space...

Credit: Texas A&M/Mortari-Missel

Space clutter and what to do about this menacing problem will demand creative solutions.

Texas A&M Aerospace Engineering Professor Daniele Mortari, and his Ph.D. student Jonathan Missel, are developing a new and imaginative concept that reinvents the way the problem is approached.

Their...

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