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31 Mar 15  

 Blood Moon: Shortest Total Lunar Eclipse of the Century Rises Saturday SPACE.com
Only the speediest of skywatchers will have a chance to see the total lunar eclipse rising Saturday (April 4): NASA predicts that the total phase of the lunar eclipse will only last about 5 minutes.
 Mars Orbiter Checks In On Curiosity Parts | Video SPACE.com
The Mars Science Laboratory and components of the delivery spacecraft whence it came have been spied by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on several occasions since in August 2012.
 SETI Has New Infrared Telescope Tech in Search for E.T. SPACE.com
It is called NIROSETI for near-infrared optical SETI. This new instrument can record levels of light over time so that patterns can be analyzed and assessed for potential signs of other civilizations.
 Why The Moon Turns 'Blood' Red During Eclipse | Video SPACE.com
In the early morning hours of April 4th 2015, a total lunar eclipse will be visible from many parts of the world. But why will the moon appear dark red? Science@NASA explains.
 What Would It Be Like to Live on Pluto? SPACE.com
Much is unknown about Pluto, including what its surface features are like and what kind of weather patterns it has, if any.
 Living on Pluto: Dwarf Planet Facts Explained (Infographic) SPACE.com
Pluto was considered a planet until 2006, when it was reclassified as a dwarf planet.
 Best Space Books and Sci-Fi: A Space.com Reading List SPACE.com
Space.com's editors present a reading list for space and sci-fi lovers, as well as children who are interested in astronomy and spaceflight.
 NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Mission Passes Critical Milestone NASA Breaking News
NASA's groundbreaking science mission to retrieve a sample from an ancient space rock has moved closer to fruition. The Origins Spectral Interpretation Resource Identification Security Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) mission has passed a critical milestone in its path towards launch and is officially authorized to transition into its next phase.
 Curiosity Sniffs Out History of Martian Atmosphere NASA Breaking News
NASA's Curiosity rover is using a new experiment to better understand the history of the Martian atmosphere by analyzing xenon.
 Inside 'Interstellar': Q&A with Jonathan Nolan and Kip Thorne SPACE.com
Space.com had the amazing opportunity to sit down with screenwriter Jonathan Nolan and astrophysicist Kip Thorne, to talk about the science of the science fiction epic 'Interstellar,' and reasons for humanity to leave Earth.
 Epic 'Interstellar' Blu-ray Dishes Up Out-of-This-World Special Features SPACE.com
This week the science fiction movie epic 'Interstellar' gets released on Blu-ray, with 3 hours of science-packed bonus material that will have space fans drooling.
 White space ESA Human Spaceflight and Exploration

Human spaceflight and operations image of the week: Concordia crewmember at work in Antarctica
 Herschel and Planck find missing clue to galaxy cluster formation ESA Space Science news

By combining observations of the distant Universe made with ESA’s Herschel and Planck space observatories, cosmologists have discovered what could be the precursors of the vast clusters of galaxies that we see today.

 Rocky 'Tatooine' Planets with 2 Suns May Be Common SPACE.com
Many astronomers had thought rocky, potentially habitable worlds could not take shape in the complex environment around binary stars. But mathematical simulations suggest otherwise, a new study reports.
 Wow! 8 Rocket Missions Launched in 6 Days Last Week SPACE.com
Countries including the United States, Russia, Japan and India combined to launch eight space missions in a five-day span last week, beginning just a few days after winter relinquished its grip on the land with the spring equinox on March 20.
 Icy-Moon Discoveries: What They Mean for Alien Life Search SPACE.com
Earlier this month, researchers made two big announcements: Saturn's moon Enceladus likely harbors hot springs, and Jupiter's huge satellite Ganymede apparently possesses a subsurface ocean that may contain more water than all of Earth does.
30 Mar 15  

 NASA Astronaut Already Feels at Home in Space as 1-Year Journey Begins SPACE.com
NASA's Scott Kelly — one of two people spending a year on the International Space Station — already feels like the orbiting outpost is home.
 Photographer's Cosmic Passion Leads to Stunning Night Sky Images SPACE.com
Night sky photographer Connor Hicks submitted these magnificent photos of star trails and a moon halo. See how Hicks created the amazing view.
 NASA's Opportunity Rover Suffers More Amnesia on Mars SPACE.com
NASA's Opportunity Mars rover has suffered another bout of amnesia, less than a week after engineers installed a software upgrade designed to fix its memory problems. The March 25 event didn't result in the loss of any science data.
 SpaceShipOne 'Lands' on Smithsonian Floor as Museum Renovates Hall SPACE.com
The world's first private-sector space plane, SpaceShipOne, has landed on the ground at the National Air and Space Museum after 10 years in 'Flight.'