• phys.org | 10/22/2018 | Staff
    Back in Ye Olden Times, the job of astronomer was a pretty exclusive club. Either you needed to be so rich and so bored that you could design, build, and operate your own private observatory, or you...
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  • Parent Cue | 7/6/2011 | Reggie Joiner
    When the last space shuttle takes off from Cape Canaveral this week, it will carry with it many of my own memories from the time Debbie and I lived on the Space Coast of Florida.
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  • phys.org | 10/19/2018 | Staff
    Space Shuttle Atlantis deployed the Galileo spacecraft six hours, 30 minutes into the flight on Oct. 18, 1989. In this image, Galileo, mounted atop the inertial upper stage, is tilted to a 58-degree...
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  • Universe Today | 10/19/2018 | Staff
    Back in Ye Olden Times, the job of astronomer was a pretty exclusive club. Either you needed to be so rich and so bored that you could design, build, and operate your own private observatory, or you...
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  • www.christianpost.com | 10/17/2018 | Staff
    Excerpted from The CSB (in)Courage Devotional Bible, © 2018 Holman Bibles, Denise J. Hughes, Editor. The moment I found my seat on the Boeing 757, the weight of my mission overwhelmed me.
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  • phys.org | 10/10/2018 | Staff
    BepiColombo is scheduled for launch at 01:45 GMT (03:45 CEST) on 20 October on an Ariane 5 from Europe's Spaceport in Kourou. Final assembly of the two orbiters and transfer module has taken place,...
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  • ChurchLeaders | 10/4/2018 | Staff
    In Acts 1:6-8 we find the final commission of Jesus. In verse 6 Jesus is asked, “Lord, are You restoring the kingdom to Israel at this time?” It’s as if the disciples were asking Jesus, “Lord, have...
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