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27 Apr 15  

 Blast-Off! SpaceX Launches First Turkmenistan Satellite | Video SPACE.com
The TurkmenAlem52E/MonacoSAT was launched aboard a Falcon 9 rocket on April 27th, 2015. The communication satellite was built by Thales Alenia Space.
 SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Launches Turkmenistan's First-Ever Satellite SPACE.com
The Falcon 9 blasted off from Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 7:03 p.m. EDT (2303 GMT). The two-stage rocket carried aloft the TurkmenÄlem52E/MonacoSat communications satellite, which will be operated by the government of Turkmenistan.
 Astronauts on Space Station Get First Zero-Gravity Viewscreen SPACE.com
Movie nights aboard the International Space Station have just received a major upgrade with the launch of the first projection screen designed for use in microgravity.
 How Astronomy Diminishes, Yet Inflates, Us | Video SPACE.com
 Neil Tyson's 'StarTalk' Turns TV Talk Shows Topsy-Turvy (Op-Ed) SPACE.com
Go in depth on StarTalk, Neil deGrasse Tyson's TV talk show about science, with Space.com television producer and science journalist Dave Brody.
 Photos: SpaceX Rocket to Launch 1st Satellite for Turkmenistan SPACE.com
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch the TurkmenAlem52E/MonacoSAT satellite into orbit for Turkmenistan and Thales Alenia Space on April 27, 2015. See the ramp up to the mission in photos in our photo gallery here.
 NASA Brings in Small Business for Further Development of Hypervelocity Vehicles NASA Breaking News
NASA has awarded the Entry Systems Technology Research and Development (ESTRAD) contract to Analytical Mechanics Associates, Inc., a small business in Hampton, Virginia.
 NASA Awards Grants for Research, Technology Development NASA Breaking News
NASA has awarded 26 grants totaling $9.9 million to help bolster the capacity and competitiveness of 28 states and territories (jurisdictions) in the area of technology research and development.
 Astronauts in Space Mourn Nepal Earthquake Victims SPACE.com
Astronauts on the International Space Station have the people of Nepal in their thoughts and prayers after a devastating earthquake killed more than 4,000 people in that country on Saturday (April 25).
 Black Hole Spits Jets As It Destroys A Star | Video SPACE.com
 Dueling 'Vulcan' Space Projects Prompt Rocket Name Quandary SPACE.com
Call it a rocket builder’s Vulcan death grip. There appears to be a bit of a row between United Launch Alliance's just announced new Vulcan rocket and the Paul Allen Vulcan Aerospace enterprise, the big and bold Stratolaunch aircraft.
 A Revealing Look at the Once Secret Spysat Lacrosse 5 SPACE.com
A team of Russian researchers are using the Altai Optical Laser Center (AOLC) near Savvushka, Russia to image from the ground various spacecraft. The intent of their work is to help solve problems in space surveillance.
 Could Mars Rover Curiosity's Wheel Damage Be Caused by Corrosion? SPACE.com
A research team has published some intriguing work in Nature Geoscience regarding transient liquid water and water activity at Gale crater on Mars – the exploration zone of NASA’s Curiosity rover.
 Statements on Senate Confirmation of Dava Newman as NASA Deputy Administrator NASA Breaking News
Statements from NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and Dr. Dava Newman on Monday’s Senate confirmation of Newman as the new NASA Deputy Administrator.
 NASA Launches Project to Help Search for Alien Life SPACE.com
The Nexus for Exoplanet System Science, or NExSS, will take a multidisciplinary approach to the hunt for alien life, NASA officials said.
 Neil Tyson Wants Charlie Sheen | Video SPACE.com
 Planet Ripped Apart By White Dwarf? | Video SPACE.com
Star cluster NGC 6388 seems to produce x-rays from a source other than its black hole, whose brightness decrease at a rate comparable to "theoretical models of a disruption of a planet."...
 NASA, Boeing ecoDemonstrator Jet Comes to Shreveport for Anti-Bug Research NASA Breaking News
NASA will test non-stick wing coatings designed to minimize insect residue and help reduce aircraft fuel consumption during flights in Shreveport, Louisiana during the next two weeks.
 To Find Alien Earths, Scientists Comb Kepler Data | Video SPACE.com
 Snacks On Space Station - Italian Astronaut Reveals Menu | Video SPACE.com
Healthy snacks aboard the international Space Station include dried fruit, cereal, nuts, seeds and more. ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti shows off the selection aboard the ISS's Node 1 (Unity Module).