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12 Jul 14  

 Curiosity Rover on Mars Leaves Landing 'Safe Zone' SPACE.com
The 1-ton Curiosity rover has now cruised out of its landing ellipse, the area — about 4 miles wide by 12 miles long (7 by 20 kilometers) — regarded as safe ground for its August 2012 touchdown within Mars' huge Gale Crater, NASA officials said.
 Best Space Photos of the Week - July 11, 2014 SPACE.com
From flaming rocket debris to a typhoon's eye, don't miss these amazing space images of the week for July 11, 2014.
11 Jul 14  

 Supermoon Saturday: Supersized Full Moon Rises This Weekend SPACE.com
The first of three supermoons this summer will rise Saturday night (July 12). Here's why July's full moon is one of the biggest of 2014.
 Weekend Stargazing: Mars, Mercury, and Spica (Oh My!) SPACE.com
The night sky this week is filled with interesting views four planets at the beginning and end of each night, but will be at its best on Saturday night (July 12).
 Spectacular Night Sky Photos by Stargazers (July 2014) SPACE.com
See stunning photos of the night sky and sun as seen by stargazers around the world in this Space.com photo gallery for July 2014 made up of images sent in by Space.com readers.
 Australian Fireball Caused by Russian Space Junk (Video) SPACE.com
Observers throughout southeastern Australia reported seeing a bright meteor streaking through the skies Thursday night. Experts have concluded that the fireball was caused by a piece of a Russian Soyuz rocket that launched Tuesday.
 Flaming Rocket Debris Over Australia Is Russian | Video SPACE.com
Australians saw what looked to be a glowing meteor flying through the night sky. But experts confirm it to be re-entering debris from a Russian rocket.
 NASA TV Coverage Reset for Sunday Orbital-2 Mission to Space Station NASA Breaking News
NASA Television will provide live coverage of the upcoming Orbital Sciences' mission to resupply the International Space Station. Orbital's Cygnus cargo spacecraft is schedule to launch from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport's Launch Pad 0A at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia on Sunday, July 13 at 12:52 p.m. EDT.
 NASA Extends Mechanical Systems Engineering Services Contract NASA Breaking News
NASA has awarded the Mechanical Systems Engineering Services II/A (MSES II/A) Bridge contract extension for engineering services to Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies (SGT), Inc., Greenbelt, Maryland.
 Soyuz Rocket Launches 4 Communications Satellites Into Space SPACE.com
A Europeanized Russian Soyuz rocket successfully placed four O3b Networks Ka-band broadband satellites into an unusual medium-Earth orbit on July 10, 2014.
 Private Cargo Ship Launch to Space Station Delayed to Sunday SPACE.com
With storm clouds still lingering over the foggy Eastern Shore of Virginia today (July 11), the private spaceflight company Orbital Sciences Corp. again postponed the launch of its second unmanned mission to the International Space Station.
 Buzz Aldrin Visits Space.com Monday for Apollo 11 Google Hangout SPACE.com
Do you want to know what it's like to walk on the moon? On Monday (July 14), find out what it's like to bounce on the lunar surface from someone who has actually been there: Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin.
 Venus Express rises again ESA Space Science news

After a month surfing in and out of the atmosphere of Venus down to just 130 km from the planet’s surface, ESA’s Venus Express is about to embark on a 15 day climb up to the lofty heights of 460 km.

 Surfin' on Sunlight! Privately Funded Solar Sail to Launch by 2016 SPACE.com
On Wednesday (July 9), the Planetary Society announced launch dates for its LightSail-1 spacecraft — a possible test flight in 2015 (LightSail-A) and a full mission the next year (LightSail-B) with nearly identical hardware.
 Dry runs preparing for underground astronauts ESA Human Spaceflight and Exploration

ESA trainers and caving specialists recently went underground in Sardinia, Italy to set the scene for space-like astronaut training later this summer.

 Comet-Chasing European Probe Photographs Its Lumpy, Icy Target SPACE.com
Recent photos snapped by the European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft suggest that its target comet, known as 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, is a lumpy object sporting three large structures, or perhaps a deep hole.
 CHEOPS on target ESA Space Science news

The Characterising ExoPlanet Satellite, ESA's first small Science Programme mission, is ready for construction
 Bizarre nearby blast mimics Universe’s most ancient stars ESA Space Science news

ESA’s XMM-Newton observatory has helped to uncover how the Universe’s first stars ended their lives in giant explosions.

 Capturing a Comet-Galaxy Conjunction SPACE.com
A comet-galaxy conjunction is a rare opportunity for amateur astronomers.
10 Jul 14  

 Hubble Telescope Spies Gorgeous Galactic 'String of Pearls' (Photos, Video) SPACE.com
The curly string is about 100,000 light-years long and sports blue "pearls" — actually huge young star clusters — every 3,000 light-years along the way, researchers said. You can zoom in on the beautiful structure, and learn more about it, in this new Hub