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Three International Space Station crew members, including the orbiting lab’s first Canadian commander, are scheduled to depart for Earth late Monday, following a whirlwind spacewalk over the weekend by two U. S. astronauts to stem a sudden leak in the ammonia cooling system.

Chris Hadfield first Canadian spacecraft commander. Photo Credit/NASA TV

Canadian Chris Hadfield...

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Friday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from across the globe. NASA addresses a leaking thermal control system aboard the International Space Station. With an executive order,...

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Thursday’s CSExtra offers the latest news and commentary on space related activities from across the globe. The three-day Human 2 Mars Summit in Washington draws to a close, with discussions of growing food and controlling clutter...

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Wednesday’s CSExtra offers the latest news and commentary on space related activities from across the globe. Public interest in the human exploration of Mars is on the rise, say participants in the Human2Mars Summit in Washington...

Frederick  ”C. J.”  Sturckow, a four time space shuttle commander and pilot, has become the first from NASA’s astronaut corps to join Virgin Galactic as a test pilot for SpaceShipTwo and WhiteKnightTwo carrier aircraft operations, the emerging commercial suborbital passenger launch service announced Tuesday.

Rick "C. J." Sturckow, commander of...

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Tuesday’s CSExtra offer the latest news and commentary on space related activities from across the globe. In Washington, the three-day Human2Mars Summit opens with NASA Administrator Charles Bolden among the speakers. NASA needs...

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Monday’s CSExtra offers the latest news and commentary on space related development from across the globe, plus activities from the weekend. Human 2 Mars Summit to examine future exploration at red planet.  Some relief from the...

 

Now ranked as the most innovative place to work within the U. S. federal government, NASA on Sunday marked the 52nd anniversary of the first American spaceflight.

Mercury Astronaut Alan B. Shepard Photo Credit/NASA

On May 5, 1961, NASA astronaut Alan B. Shepard lifted off from Cape  Canaveral, Fla., aboard the Mercury capsule he christened Freedom 7 at 9:34 a....

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Friday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from across the globe. A new assessment of alien planet discoveries suggest our solar system may be unusual. In Florida, community support...

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Thursday’s CSExtra has the latest reporting from around the world.  Will NASA’s $424 million contract extension to Russia for crew launches to the International Space Station prompt greater legislative support for NASA’s...

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