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China joins moon mission race, first unmanned probe to be launched tonight

Dec 01, 2013

China joins moon mission race, first unmanned probe to be launched tonight

China will send its first-ever unmanned space probe to the Moon tonight to explore the lunar surface, a major milestone that would also be the Communist giant's maiden soft-landing on an extra-terrestrial celestial body. #NewsTracker #Space Shuttle #Chandrayaan-1 #China moon
Nasa's private spacecraft to launch cargo to space station

Sep 21, 2012

Nasa's private spacecraft to launch cargo to space station

A private capsule is scheduled to fly to the International Space Station on its first contracted cargo mission on 7 October 7, Nasa said. #NewsTracker #Nasa #Space Shuttle
SpaceX's Dragon wraps up mission, heads back to Earth

May 31, 2012

SpaceX's Dragon wraps up mission, heads back to Earth

Space Exploration Technologies' Dragon spaceship was poised to wrap up a pioneering test flight, the first by a private company to the International Space Station, and head back to Earth on Thursday. #Space Shuttle #TechBuzz #SpaceX #International Space Station #SpaceX Dragon
Travel to outerspace: The must see science videos from 2011

Dec 22, 2011

Travel to outerspace: The must see science videos from 2011

Scientific discoveries and space exploration amazed us in 2011 as science fiction becomes science fact. We've collected some of the best, most awe-inspiring videos of space and science over the past year. #Nasa #Space Shuttle #FuturePerfect #BestOf2011 #Rocket

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Travel to outerspace: The must see science videos from 2011

Aug 23, 2014

Steve Nagel, astronaut and Air Force vet, dead at 67 after cancer battle

Steve Nagel, an accomplished astronaut and Air Force veteran who flew on four space shuttle missions, has died after a long battle with cancer...
Travel to outerspace: The must see science videos from 2011

Aug 17, 2014

Are You A Forgettable Job Candidate? Here's How To Fix That

We were interviewing fifteen or twenty candidates a day at U.S. Robotics during the years of crazy growth. I got good at remembering people through tiny cues -- George Smith is the guy who worked on the space shuttle, and Alison Banks is the lady who...
Travel to outerspace: The must see science videos from 2011

Sep 09, 2014

Riders at Grand Central to get more breathing room with new skyscraper

Subway riders that trudge through the crowded platforms of Grand Central station are set to get some respite, though relief is still more than five years away. More than $200 million in improvements to the terminal area that will help the flow of pas... #MTA #Long Island Rail Road #SL Green