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Carnival of Space #448

4 Mar 2016, 18:27 UTC
Carnival of Space #448
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Real quick because the Everyday Spacer team is on the move! Literally, we’re moving.
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On With The Show!
NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly Returns from a Historic Year in Space on Station
Ken Kremer | Universe Today
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL – NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly and his Russian cohort Mikhail Kornienko successful returned to Earth late Tuesday night (March 1), after spending nearly a year in space aboard the space station on a mission to gauge the limits of human endurance in microgravity and blaze a path forward to eventual human expeditions to…
NASA’s New X-Plane Program to Bring Quiet Supersonic Flight
Evan Gough | Universe Today
NASA has plans to develop new supersonic passenger aircraft that are not only quieter, but also greener and less expensive to operate. If NASA’s 2017 budget is approved, the agency will re-start their X-Plane program, the same program which was responsible for the first supersonic flight almost 70 years ago. And if all goes according to plan, the first test-model could be flying as soon as 2020.
New photographs taken by New Horizons reveals ...

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