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25 Nov 15  

 The Thanksgiving Sky: The Moon Meets a Bright Star at Dawn SPACE.com
As the moon moves around the Earth in its monthly orbit, it often passes in front of background stars. Such events are called "lunar occultations" and one will happen Thursday at dawn in a Thanksgiving lunar treat.
 Massive Rocks May Explain Moon's Mysterious Tilt SPACE.com
The mysterious tilt of the moon's orbit is due to gravitational tugs it received from giant, close-passing rocks that later slammed into the Earth, researchers say.
 Awesome Music Video Parody Sings 'Hey, Hey, NASA Is Good!' SPACE.com
NASA Johnson interns have created yet another hilarious parody music video, with this latest one highlighting Scott Kelly's epic one-year mission aboard the International Space Station.
 Full Moon Rises Tonight in Pre-Thanksgiving Lunar Show SPACE.com
November's full moon will rise tonight, bringing an early Thanksgiving treat for skywatchers lucky enough to have clear skies over the long U.S. holiday weekend.
 Gravitational Waves, If We Could See Them | Space Wallpaper SPACE.com
This computer simulation shows what two merging black holes would look like — gravitational waves rippling away from the impact.
 Earth's Cousin Find 'Whispers The Possibility That We Are Not Alone' | Video SPACE.com
And 'how much longer until a new discovery shouts it out?' asks the Science @ NASA video series. In July 2014, NASA announced the discovery of Kepler-452b, a planet slightly larger than Earth that resides in the habitable zone of its solar system.
 Testing gravity ESA Space Science news

Find out how LISA Pathfinder will test-drive technologies to detect gravitational waves from space
 NASA’s Webb Space Telescope Receives First Mirror Installation NASA Breaking News
NASA has successfully installed the first of 18 flight mirrors onto the James Webb Space Telescope, beginning a critical piece of the observatory’s construction.
 Hypergiant Star's Weight Loss Secrets Revealed (Video) SPACE.com
A new view of one of the largest known stars in the Milky Way gives the skinny on how giant stars quickly lose mass near the ends of their lives, preparing for huge supernova explosions.
 Thanksgiving in Space: What Astronauts Eat On Turkey Day (Video) SPACE.com
Astronauts give thanks and preview their "traditional" space meal in a new Thanksgiving greeting from the International Space Station.
 Spaceflight Is Entering a New Golden Age, Says Blue Origin Founder Jeff Bezos SPACE.com
Following the successful landing of a reusable-rocket booster, Jeff Bezos, CEO of the private commercial spaceflight company Blue Origin, told reporters, "We are on the verge of a golden age of space exploration."
 As Hypergiant Star Dies, Observatory Zooms-In For Closer Look | Video SPACE.com
30-40 times more massive than the Sun, the star named VY Canis Majoris has begun its death throes.
 ExoMars prepares to leave Europe for launch site ESA Space Science news

The two ExoMars spacecraft of the 2016 mission are being prepared for shipping to the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan ahead of their launch in March.

24 Nov 15  

 Billionaire Battle: Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk Square Off on Reusable-Rocket Test SPACE.com
SpaceX founder Elon Musk congratulated Jeff Bezos and Blue Origin for landing a rocket from space Monday (Nov. 23) — but also stressed that the flight test did not exactly make history.
 Acid Fog on Mars Likely Took a Bite Out of Its Rocks SPACE.com
Acid fog may once have eaten away rocks on Mars, researchers say.
 NASA Statements on Katherine Johnson’s Medal of Freedom NASA Breaking News
The following is a statement from NASA Administrator Charles Bolden about former NASA mathematician and physicist Katherine Johnson being awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom Tuesday.
 NASA TV to Air Event Marking Arrival of Test Orion Powerhouse NASA Breaking News
NASA Television will broadcast an event marking the arrival of a full-size test version of the service module provided by the European Space Agency (ESA) for NASA’s Orion spacecraft at 12:30 p.m. EST on Monday, Nov. 30 at the agency’s Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio.
 On the Edge at Schiaparelli Crater | Space Wallpaper SPACE.com
The Schiaparelli basin on Mars, named for an Italian astronomer, is surrounded by many impact craters and several of them intersect the northwester rim of the feature.
 Blue Origin Makes Historic Reusable Rocket Landing in Epic Test Flight SPACE.com
Blue Origin, the private space company founded by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, successfully launched and landed a reusable suborbital rocket. See the video and images here.
 Andreas Mogensen adds Denmark to Association of Space Explorers ESA Human Spaceflight and Exploration