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May 29, 2009

NASA: Next shuttle launch may be delayed

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Galaxy cluster X-ray revealed

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Docking brings space station to full staff of 6

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May 28, 2009

Virgin Galactic completes initial rocket tests

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The space tourism firm Virgin Galactic has successfully test-fired the rocket motor designed to boost a passenger spaceliner on suborbital joy rides into space.

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Cosmic ‘ghost’ has something to tell

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May 27, 2009

Slide show: Month in Space: Marvelous missions

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Slide show: Month in Space: Go on a star trek

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There’s a feeding frenzy going on distant galaxy

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Astronomers are getting a close-up look at a cosmic eating machine: a spinning black hole that devours the mass equivalent of two Earths per hour, verging on the limit of its feeding ability.

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Exoplanet phases seen in visible light

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New Mars rover gets name: Curiosity

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NASA's next rover, the Mars Science Laboratory, finally has its new name: Curiosity. The name comes courtesy of Clara Ma, a 12-year-old sixth-grade student at Sunflower Elementary school in Lenexa, Kan.

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