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31 Oct 14  

 An Unmanned Rocket Exploded — So What? SPACE.com
We have moved from a space race between nations to becoming a race that relies on space for many of its everyday activities. Perhaps this is why the explosion on take-off of the unmanned Antares launch vehicle has received such wide publicity.
 Andy Weir and Steve Jurveston Mind-Meld on Mars Colonies SPACE.com
Mars colonization moves forward, pushed by visionaries and pragmatists alike.
 Reversing the Retreat: Why U.S. Must Restore NASA's Planetary Budget (Op-Ed) SPACE.com
Solar system exploration cannot succeed with a fading NASA planetary science budget.
 SpaceShipTwo Crash - First Hand Account From Mojave | Video SPACE.com
 Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo Crashes in Test Flight: 1 Dead, 1 Injured SPACE.com
The commercial SpaceShipTwo spacecraft built by Virgin Galactic crashed in Mojave, California Friday (Oct. 31) during a failed test flight that killed one pilot and injured another. See the latest news here.
 Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo Spacecraft Crashes During Test Flight SPACE.com
SpaceShipTwo, Virgin Galactic's passenger spacecraft, experienced an 'anomaly' during its fourth rocket-powered test flight on Friday, Oct. 31. See the latest details here.
 Orbital Sciences Piecing Together Timeline of Antares Rocket Explosion SPACE.com
The private spaceflight company Orbital Sciences Corp. is starting to piece together the timeline of events leading up to the explosion of its Antares rocket just after launch on Tuesday evening (Oct. 28).
 NASA Program Enhances Climate Resilience at Agency Facilities NASA Breaking News
A new study in the latest issue of the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society provides an in-depth look at how NASA facilities have been affected by climate extremes and climate change in recent years and how the agency is preparing for the future.
 Statement from NASA Administrator on Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo Mishap NASA Breaking News
“On behalf of the entire NASA family, I offer our deepest condolences to the family and loved ones of the pilot lost in today’s accident involving Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo, and we are praying for a speedy recovery of the other pilot."
 Wheel in a Wheel | Space Wallpaper SPACE.com
This space wallpaper is an artist’s impression showing the dust and gas around the double star system GG Tauri-A.
 Spooky Space Station ESA Human Spaceflight and Exploration

Halloween special: headless spacesuits on the International Space Station at the witching hour
 ESA astronauts in Star City ESA Human Spaceflight and Exploration

Samantha, Thomas, Tim and Andreas training at Star City.
 See Elusive Planet Mercury Before Dawn Saturday SPACE.com
This week is one of the rare opportunities when Mercury is relatively easy to spot. It will mean getting up before the sun, but once spotted, you will be able to follow Mercury until it is drowned out by daylight.
 5 Spooky Space Views for Halloween SPACE.com
Outer space can be a spooky place. Halloween on Earth usually brings out the ghouls and werewolves in neighborhoods around the United States, but what are some of the most unsettling sights in space?
 Planet Hunting to Sky Surveys, Astronomy and Statistics Realign (Op-Ed) SPACE.com
After a century-long hiatus, astrostatistics is bringing astronomy and statistics back together to answer some of the most challenging problems in science.
30 Oct 14  

 'Ghost Light' of Long-Dead Stars Haunt NASA's Hubble Telescope SPACE.com
NASA is adding a cosmic twist to Halloween with an unexpected find by the Hubble Space Telescope: eerie 'ghost light' from the remains of a multi-galaxy massacre. See the photo here.
 Neil Armstrong's Moon Landing 'Insurance Cover' to be Sold for Scholarships SPACE.com
Forty-five years ago, astronaut Neil Armstrong added his autograph to an envelope for one purpose: that it be sold to provide for his family in the event he did not make it back from the moon. Now, that iconic autograph is up for auction.
 Earth's Water Existed 135 Million Years Earlier than Thought SPACE.com
Scientists have found evidence of water in our inner solar system 135 million years earlier than previously thought.
 Target Planets, Constellations and Leonid Meteors - Nov. 2014 Skywatching Video SPACE.com
Find out where to find Mars, Jupiter and Mercury this month. Pisces and Aries constellations along with the Triangulum galaxy are great targets as well. Lastly, Earth travels through Comet Tempel-Tuttle's dust trail.
 NASA Surveys Damage from Antares Rocket Explosion (Photos) SPACE.com
NASA and the private spaceflight company Orbital Sciences Corp. have started surveying the damage left behind after a rocket explosion on Tuesday evening (Oct. 28).