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All the Biggest Space News to Look Forward to in 2017 - WIRED

Posted: 30 Dec 2016 04:23 AM PST
http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t...-forward-2017/


WIRED
All the Biggest Space News to Look Forward to in 2017
WIRED
Which sounds like a headache for NASA, but for space fans, its actually
good news. It means—surprises and mishaps aside—an attentive nerd can
figure out what to expect from space science in 2017. And while healthy
skepticism always leads to better ...
Why NASA officials refuse to panic ahead of Trump transitionChristian
Science Monitor
The people and policy shaping NASAs future under TrumpSpaceNews
NASA wraps up stellar year of space travel to distant...Palm Beach Post
The Planetary Society (blog)
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WATCH: Astronauts Taking On Mannequin Challenge In Space Is Pure Genius -
Tech Times

Posted: 30 Dec 2016 09:34 AM PST
http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t...ure-genius.htm


Tech Times
WATCH: Astronauts Taking On Mannequin Challenge In Space Is Pure Genius
Tech Times
Who says catching up on the latest trends on Earth is impossible in outer
space? Astronauts aboard the largest artificial body in Earths orbit, the
International Space Station, have demonstrated their ingenuity by posting
an unbeatable (and literally ...
Reestablishing the National Space Council may not be such a great idea,
experts warnSpaceNews
You wont believe what NASA hid from us this yearArs Technica

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2016: The Year in Space and Astronomy - The Science Explorer

Posted: 30 Dec 2016 04:26 AM PST
http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t...-and-astronomy


The Science Explorer
2016: The Year in Space and Astronomy
The Science Explorer
The achievements of astrophysicists this year were as groundbreaking as
they were varied. From reuniting a lander with a mothership on a comet, to
seeing the most extreme cosmic events with gravitational waves, 2016 was
truly out of this world for science.
2016: A Year for Exploring SpaceVoice of America

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