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Monday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from around the world, including a roundup from the weekend. Great Britain decides on a surprise increase in its contributions to the European...

Using a developmental version of a space Internet, NASA astronaut Sunita Williams commanded a robot on a mock planetary surface in Germany to move forward and take pictures with a laptop aboard the International Space Station.

Sunita Williams, left, works aboard the International Space Station, with Japanese astronaut Akihiko Hoshide in the background. Photo Credit/...

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Friday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from around the world. The post U. S. election period prompts a renewed call for a White House level space council and visions of affordable...

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Thursday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from around the world. A look at how the just completed U. S. elections might influence NASA’s future. Astronomers find a “super Earth” that...

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Wednesday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from around the world. Tuesday’s presidential election re-establishes a national political status quo. The outcome will or will not...

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Tuesday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from around the world. It’s election day in the United States. So, how do American presidents shape space policy? Ingenuity seems to count...

The International Space Station marks its 12th year of continuous crew activities in November. Image Credit/NASA

Just a few days ago, the U. S.  led International Space Station reached a significant milestone: a dozen years of continuous human occupancy.

NASA astronaut Bill Shepherd and Russian cosmonauts Sergei Krikalev and Yuri Gidzenko arrived aboard a Soyuz capsule on Nov. 2, 2000 for a 141-day expedition. Shepherd served as...

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Monday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from around the world, including a roundup of writings from the weekend. The National Research Council fills out the roster for a study panel...

The Final Journey of the Saturn V by Andrew R. Thomas and Paul N. Thomarios; Ringtaw Books/Univ. of Akron Press; $24.95 (hard cover); 2012.

This is a behind-the-scenes account of preserving an impressive piece of America’s space heritage.

To literally boost President Kennedy’s 1961 vision of putting a man on the Moon, the huge, 26 stories tall-plus, Saturn V launcher...

Shuttle Atlantis rolls towards its new home, the Kennedy Center Visitor Complex, early Friday. Photo Credit/NASA photo

 

Under brilliant blue Florida skies, Atlantis, the last of NASA’s shuttle orbiters to leave the Kennedy Space Center nest, made its way Friday to the nearby Kennedy Visitor Center Complex. There, it will star in an inspirational $100 million public exhibit scheduled to open in July.

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