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Tuesday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from around the world. North Korea’s plans for an April ballistic missile test launch cause regional concerns. NASA’s...

It is a growing concern that the public believes NASA is closing its doors. This is far from true. Although NASA’s shuttle fleet retired in 2011 after 30 years of admirable and groundbreaking service, the space agency’s vibrant mission is far from over. We need to keep the fires of the agency’s spirited agenda burning by ensuring NASA is fully funded to carry out what it has been tasked to do for our country.

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Monday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space-related activities from around the world, plus a summary of weekend activities. Astronauts aboard the International Space Station take shelter...

The Earth hangs over the moon's far side in this image selected by the Bozeman, Mont., 4th grade class that chose "Ebb" and "Flow" as the names for NASA GRAIL mission spacecraft. Photo Credit/NASA Photo

 

While NASA’s twin groundbreaking GRAIL mission spacecraft probe the mysteries of the moon’s interior...

Rockets and People: The Moon Race (Volume IV) by Boris Chertok; NASA History Program Office; Washington, D.C.; Note: Available as free E-book (also Government Printing Office, Hard Cover); $79.00; 2012.

This is the last volume of a four-volume set of memoirs by the Russian spacecraft designer, Boris Chertok. He...

The International Space Station will soon welcome student experiments from a YouTube competition. Photo Credit/NASA and ESA

Bacteria and Spiders may seem like an unwelcome combination. But put them tegether with some astronauts aboard the International Space Station and something quite fascinating is bound to happen.

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Friday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from around the world.  In French Guiana, the European Space Agency successfully launches an unpiloted cargo vessel to the...

MESSENGER’s highly eccentric orbit, which passes low over Mercury’s north polar region, enables higher-resolution views of Mercury’s surface in the north than in the south. Of particular note are the craters hosting radar-bright features at low latitudes, extending southward to 67° N, and the many small craters that host radar-bright deposits. Low-latitude and small craters provide thermally challenging...

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Thursday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from across the globe. In Washington, House appropriators express their displeasure over proposed cuts to planetary science...

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