AFTER SOYUZ ACCIDENT, NASA WEIGHS JANUARY AS DEADLINE FOR BRINGING STATION CREW HOME

NASA and its space station partners face a conundrum of timing after Thursday’s Soyuz rocket accident, which miraculously left the crew of a cosmonaut and an astronaut in shape to walk away and hug loved ones. Their capsule, which smacked into the Kazakhstan desert, was supposed to dock at the station to deliver crew members and serve as the orbiting

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NASA CHIEF PLEDGES TO REMEMBER MARS WHILE SHOOTING FOR MOON

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine has sought to assure advocates of a human mission to Mars that NASA is “doing both the moon and Mars in tandem” rather than focusing exclusively on the Trump administration’s more immediate goal of sending astronauts back to the moon.Full story by Tom Risen on Humans to Mars Summit available at Aerospace America

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