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Thursday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space-related activities from around the world. Nonprofit Inspiration Mars Foundation and Los Angeles financier and pioneering space tourist Dennis Tito announce...

 

Artist's view of Mission for America spacecraft as it loops around Mars. Image Credit/Inspiration Mars Foundation

 

A dozen years ago, wealthy Los Angeles, Calif.,  businessman Dennis Tito leveraged his wealth as a successful investor and   experience as a one time NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory scientist to make his way into space aboard a...

An international effort including Europe, the United States and Japan is focused on protecting the global satellite network from Sun-driven space weather.

Satellites can be damaged by high energy charged particles in the Earth’s radiation belts, and during solar energetic particle (SEP) events.

With the growing reliance on satellite services, new vulnerabilities to space weather and previous events that have led to...

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Wednesday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from around the world. Are humans ready to reach out to Mars? Experts ponder strategies to deal with future asteroid impact threats....

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Brought to you by the Coalition for Space Exploration, CSExtra is a daily compilation of space industry news selected from hundreds of online media resources.  The Coalition is not the author or reporter of any of the stories appearing in...

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Brought to you by the Coalition for Space Exploration, CSExtra is a daily compilation of space industry news selected from hundreds of online media resources.  The Coalition is not the author or reporter of any of the stories appearing in...

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Friday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from around the world. A confrontation between the White House and Congress over a March 1  budget sequestration looms. Is NASA too consumed...

What to do about Earth-threatening space rocks? Credit: Texas A&M

If an asteroid has Earth’s name on it, how best to deflect such an incoming menace?

A spurt of special spray paint is the possible answer from Dave Hyland, professor of physics and astronomy and also a faculty member in the aerospace...

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Thursday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from around the world. The success of U. S. space policy relies on a balance of government, commercial and international programs. On Mars,...

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