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30 Sep 14  

 X100,000 Flare Unleashed By Nearby Red Dwarf | Video SPACE.com
NASA's Swift satellite detected the "superflare" blasted by a red dwarf star in a binary system called DG Canum Venaticorum (DG CVn). In comparison, the largest flare ever recorded from our Sun was an X45, 10,000 times less powerful.
 NASA Drone Flies Over Hurricane | Video SPACE.com
NASA's Global Hawk drone soared above the eye of Hurricane Eduoard over the Atlantic Ocean in September 2014.
 Lattes in Space! Espresso Machine Will Launch to Space Station SPACE.com
An espresso machine on its way to the International Space Station in 2015 made its public debut at the International Astronomical Congress on Sept. 29. The "ISSPresso" project aims to give astronauts high-quality coffee in orbit.
 Trade You a Dragon? NASA's Private Crew Capsules Now Collectible Cards SPACE.com
NASA's draft picks for its private spacecraft team now have their own rookie cards. The agency debuted 'collectible cards' featuring the Boeing and SpaceX capsules it selected to fly astronauts to the International Space Station.
 U.S., India to Collaborate on Mars Exploration, Earth-Observing Mission NASA Breaking News
In a meeting Tuesday in Toronto, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and K. Radhakrishnan, chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), signed two documents to launch a NASA-ISRO satellite mission to observe Earth and establish a pathway for future joint missions to explore Mars.
 Russian Spy Satellite Leftovers Spotted Ahead of Fireball Sightings | Video SPACE.com
The Cosmos 2495 - Kobalt-M/Yantar 4K2M re-entered Earth's ionosphere over Colorado on September 2nd, 2014. Thomas Ashcraft's sentinel all-sky camera in New Mexico captured the the decent and decay of the satellite passing from south to north.
 Neil Armstrong Biopics Take Small Steps Toward TV and Big Screen SPACE.com
The life story of the late Neil Armstrong, the first person to walk on the moon, has taken two small steps toward landing on the big and small screens.
 Lunar Eclipse, Orionids, Planets And More - October 2014 Skywatching | Video SPACE.com
A total lunar eclipse will be visible to most of North America and Halley's Comet remnants create the meteor shower. Also, find out the best planet and constellation targets to look for this month.
 Sierra Nevada Protests NASA Commercial Crew Award, Lays Off Staff SPACE.com
Two days after laying off about 100 employees who had been working on its Dream Chaser vehicle, Sierra Nevada Corp. on Sept. 26 filed a protest with the U.S. Government Accountability Office of a commercial crew contract it lost earlier in September.
 Weird 'Island' on Saturn Moon Titan Puzzles Scientists (Video, Photos) SPACE.com
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has spotted an odd islandlike feature in Ligeia Mare, one of Titan's largest hydrocarbon seas. Scientists don't know what to make of the structure, which covers about 100 square miles.
 Search for Alien Life Should Target Water, Oxygen and Chlorophyll SPACE.com
Future space telescopes hunting for signs of alien life should focus on water, oxygen and chlorophyll-like pigments, in that order, researchers said.
 42 is the answer ESA Human Spaceflight and Exploration

Human spaceflight and operations image of the week: International Space Station Expedition 42 crews
29 Sep 14  

 Wow! Photographer Captures Stunning View of Milky Way from Maine SPACE.com
Astrophotographer Adam Woodworth took this image from the Raven’s Nest cliffs in Acadia National Park in Maine.
 See Moon and Mars Shine Together Tonight: Where to Look SPACE.com
After sunset this evening, look 15 degrees up from the southwest horizon. There you’ll see a crescent moon, 30 percent illuminated. Hovering almost directly below it will be Mars, which looks like a moderately bright yellow-orange star.
 European Spacecraft to Make Historic Comet Landing on Nov. 12 SPACE.com
On Nov. 12, the European Space Agency's Rosetta probe will try to drop a robotic lander onto the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. No spacecraft has ever attempted a soft landing on a comet before.
 Indian Spacecraft Snaps Spectacular Portrait of Mars (Photo) SPACE.com
India's first spacecraft to visit Mars has beamed home its greatest photo of the Red Planet yet, a spectacular view that reveals the planet from pole to pole.
 Peculiar 'Island' On Saturn Moon - New Imagery Snapped By Cassini | Video SPACE.com
The strange feature that appeared on the shoreline of Titan's Ligeia Mare sea was imaged by NASA's Cassini probe in July 2013 and again in August 2014. Full Story: http://goo.gl/BcRjYj
 NASA TV Previews, Broadcasts U.S. Space Station Spacewalks NASA Breaking News
Three astronauts of the International Space Station Expedition 41 crew will conduct two spacewalks outside the orbiting laboratory Tuesday, Oct. 7 and Wednesday, Oct. 15 to replace a failed power regulator and relocate a failed cooling pump. NASA Television will provide comprehensive coverage, beginning with a preview briefing Friday, Oct. 3.
 How Viewing Earth as an Exoplanet Can Help Search for Alien Life SPACE.com
What signs of life could a far-off alien spacecraft spot on Earth? The answer could help researchers shape the hunt for E.T. in far-off solar systems.
 This Huge Alien Planet Is Making Its Host Star Age Prematurely SPACE.com
The close-orbiting alien planet, known as WASP-18b, is apparently disrupting the magnetic field of its host star so much that the object is behaving like a much older star, researchers said.