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30 May 15  

 Best Space Photos of the Week — May 31, 2015 SPACE.com
From a nebula's crimson heart to a dragon's-eye view, don't miss these amazing space images of the week for May 31, 2015.
 Sounds of Science: NASA Satellites Sing at World Science Festival SPACE.com
At the World Science Festival in New York, an interactive installation provides an auditory encounter with the NASA satellites that study the Earth.
 How Earth's Magnetic Field Shielded Us from 2014 Solar Storm SPACE.com
A giant eruption from the sun that scientists thought would hit Earth in 2014 missed because the sun's magnetic field channeled it away from the planet in an unexpected way, researchers say.
 NORAD: Tracking Spacecraft, Missiles & Santa SPACE.com
North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) is a joint military organization of the United States and Canada that looks for threats in aerospace, patrols the skies for missiles and tracks the whereabouts of Santa Claus.
29 May 15  

 Hercules, Herdsman and a Dragon In June 2015 Skywatching | Video SPACE.com
Hercules, Boötes (Herdsman), and Draco (Dragon) constellations are highlights for sky gazers in June. Also, Venus and Jupiter are bright in the evening sky and Jupiter rings are viewable with binoculars in the southern sky.
 Ariane 5 Rocket Launches 2 DirecTV Satellites SPACE.com
Europe’s Ariane 5 rocket on May 27 successfully delivered two direct-broadcast television satellites into transfer orbit for DirecTV in the vehicle’s 65th consecutive success and the second of six missions planned for 2015.
 Virgin Galactic's 2nd SpaceShipTwo Lowers Its Landing Gear (Photo) SPACE.com
Virgin Galactic's second SpaceShipTwo passenger ship is coming together, with the commercial spaceliner lowering its landing gear for the first time last week.
 Space Station, Moon and Planets Dance Over Pisa SPACE.com
Astrophotographer Giuseppe Petricca took this image of the ISS, the Moon, Venus, Mars, Mercury and the Leaning Tower of Pisa from Pisa, Tuscany, Italy.
 Repairing the Hubble Space Telescope: The Tools Astronauts Used SPACE.com
NASA engineers talk about the specialized tools they developed to keep Hubble running for a quarter of a decade.
 Gallery: The Tools That Kept Hubble Space Telescope Running SPACE.com
The Hubble Space Telescope has been wowing space fans with amazing cosmic views for 25 years, but only because of repairs and upgrades by visiting astronauts. See the tools astronauts used to fix and repair the Hubble Space Telescope.
 Actor Jon Cryer Voices New NASA Film to Help Celebrate 50 Years of Spacewalks NASA Breaking News
On June 3, 1965, NASA astronaut Ed White became the first American to walk in space. NASA is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the United States’ first extravehicular activity (EVA) -- better known as a spacewalk -- through a number of commemorative features on NASA Television and NASA.gov.
 NASA Awards Contract for Facilities Maintenance Services at Ames NASA Breaking News
NASA has selected prime contractor Jacobs Technology, Inc., of Tullahoma, Tennessee, to provide facilities maintenance support services at the agency’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California. This procurement was conducted as a full and open competition.
 Disney Does Steampunk Rockets in 'Tomorrowland' SPACE.com
Disney's epic "Tomorrowland" features space technology done in steampunk style, and brings in early 20th century science heavyweights Jules Verne, Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla and Gustave Eiffel.
 Best Night Sky Events of June 2015 (Stargazing Maps) SPACE.com
See what's up in the night sky for June 2015, including stargazing events and the moon's phases, in this Space.com gallery courtesy of Starry Night Software.
 Spring Colors Swirl in Picturesque North Atlantic SPACE.com
A new NASA image hints at the complex factors that encourage giant plankton blooms in the North Atlantic.
 Is the Big Bang Cycling Through Hidden Time? SPACE.com
How can the complex nature of the earliest universe, or universes, be explained?
 May 2015 Night Sky Photos: Amazing Stargazer Views SPACE.com
See amazing amateur astronomy photos and night sky views sent in to SPACE.com by readers in May 2014 in our month-long running gallery.
 Hidden Time in the Art of Ed Belbruno (Photos) SPACE.com
A gallery of Ed Belbruno's most recent art inspirations, the muse for mathematical theories yet to come.
 How Did Rosetta's 'Rubber Duck' Comet Form? | Animation SPACE.com
The European Space Agency probe has returned stunning imagery of oddly shaped comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. A University of Bern astrophysicist has reconstructed the process in which this comet (and others like it) may have formed.
 Galaxy Crashes May Give Birth to Powerful Space Jets SPACE.com
Explosive geysers of material that shoot away from black holes at nearly the speed of light seem to form more often in galaxies that are the product of two galaxies merging together, according to a new study using data from the Hubble Space Telescope.