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20 Dec 14  

 Best Space Photos of the Week - Dec. 20, 2014 SPACE.com
From holiday lights seen from space to incredible pictures of streaking meteorss, don't miss these amazing space images of the week for Dec. 20, 2014.
 Active Sun Unleashes Massive Solar Flare SPACE.com
The sun fired off a massive solar flare late Friday (Dec. 19), after days of intense storms from our nearest star. The huge solar flare registered as an X1.8-class event, the most powerful type of flare possible, and was captured on camera by NASA's powe
 Orion's Belt: String of Stars & Region of Star Birth SPACE.com
Orion's Belt is an asterism of three stars that appear about midway in the constellation Orion the Hunter. The stars are so called because they appear to form a belt in the hunter's outfit.
 Before It's Too Late: An 'Interstellar' Lesson for Humanity's Future (Op-Ed) SPACE.com
The technology of the future can't wait.
19 Dec 14  

 Orion's 'Window Cam' Captures Fiery Re-Entry | Video SPACE.com
 Welcome Home, Orion! NASA Space Capsule Back in Florida After Test Flight SPACE.com
NASA's first Orion space capsule — which made its spaceflight debut at the beginning of this month — is back in Florida after more than a week in transit.
 SpaceX's Next Launch to Space Station Delayed Until New Year SPACE.com
The private spaceflight company SpaceX won't be flying a mission to the International Space Station until early 2015.SpaceX is now expected to launch its fifth official mission to the orbiting outpost under a contract with NASA on Jan. 6.
 Meteors, Andromeda and the Milky Way Dazzle in Amazing Photo SPACE.com
The Andromeda galaxy appears to twinkle behind two stunning meteors in this skywatching image taken from Tobias Lookout near Kernville, California. Astrophotographer Casey James took this image on August 2nd, 2014.
 World View Captures Spectacular Sunrise with High-Altitude Balloon (Video) SPACE.com
World View has just released new footage from a recent unmanned flight, offering a glimpse at the vistas future customers might experience during a sunrise voyage.
 Space Celebrities Sing in Final Episode of 'Colbert Report' SPACE.com
TV personality Stephen Colbert ended his final episode of Comedy Central's "Colbert Report" with a truly epic celebrity sing-along featuring more than a few space-themed surprises.
 'Interstellar': A Sci-Fi Film with Plenty of 'Ifs' SPACE.com
In 'Interstellar,' science had a front seat.
 Private Moon-Drilling Mission Raises Over $1 Million via Crowdfunding SPACE.com
An ambitious private space exploration project that aims to land a moon-drilling probe on the lunar surface by 2024 now has the money it needs, thanks to a crowdfunding effort that raised more than $1 million.
 Video Gives Astronaut’s-Eye View Inside NASA’s Orion Spacecraft NASA Breaking News
New video recorded during the return of NASA’s Orion through Earth’s atmosphere this month provides a taste of the intense conditions the spacecraft and the astronauts it carries will endure when they return from deep space destinations on the journey to Mars.
 SpaceX Completes First Milestone for Commercial Crew Transportation System NASA Breaking News
NASA has approved the completion of SpaceX’s first milestone in the company’s path toward launching crews to the International Space Station (ISS) from U.S. soil under a Commercial Crew Transportation Capability (CCtCap) contract with the agency.
 Time Travel and Wormholes: Physicist Kip Thorne's Wildest Theories SPACE.com
Kip Thorne, the physicist who brought real science to the movie "Interstellar," has a history of coming up with ideas that sound straight out of science fiction. We've rounded up three of Thorne's most mind-bending theories — at least one of which may hav
 What's New in Black Holes? 'Interstellar' Physicist Kip Thorne Tells All SPACE.com
Kip Thorne, the physicist who wrote the book on black holes (and time warps), discusses the new physics he's most excited about, and exactly how a black hole would kill you.
 Summer Triangle: Asterism of 3 Stars From 3 Constellations SPACE.com
The Summer Triangle is a Northern Hemisphere asterism (star pattern) that is actually an amalgamation of stars from three separate constellations.
 A Christmas Comet to be Seen From Dark Skies SPACE.com
18 Dec 14  

 Stunning Edge of Space Sunrise Snapped By 'World View' | Video SPACE.com
A recent payload flight by commercial balloon spaceflight company World View Enterprises captured the amazing imagery. The company will be selling "first-class" capsule seats to fly at an altitude of 100,000 feet for an hour or two.
 Saturn and the Moon Shine at Dawn Friday as Winter Solstice Looms SPACE.com
This week the celestial clock marks two milestones: Saturn's move into the morning sky and the winter solstice. Here's how to see Saturn and the moon before dawn on Dec. 19, then the winter solstice on Dec. 21.