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April 16, 2015
Made In Space launches 'space-grade' 3D printing material for sale

They made the first 3D printer to be used in space possible. They made the files used to 3D print their tools in space available. Now, Made In Space is making the material used to 3D print in space for sale.

April 15, 2015
California Senate votes to honor astronaut Sally Ride with statue in U.S. Capitol

A statue honoring astronaut Sally Ride, the first American woman in space, could one day stand in the U.S. Capitol, if a California lawmaker's resolution continues to advance. The statue would replace the monument for a controversial Spanish missionary.

April 14, 2015
SpaceX Dragon launches to space station with cargo and coffee maker

The launch of a SpaceX Dragon spacecraft means that the International Space Station is now just days away from receiving a long-desired addition for its astronaut crew: a real coffee machine.

April 13, 2015
'Behold the powerful Vulcan': ULA reveals new rocket system, name

United Launch Alliance (ULA), the company behind the Atlas and Delta rockets, unveiled Vulcan, its new launch vehicle system. The Vulcan rocket features new engines, a plan for reuse that involves mid-air recovery, and an upper stage enabling on-orbit operations.

April 10, 2015
Apollo 13 custom LEGO minifigures mark mission's 45th anniversary

Houston, we have...Apollo 13 custom LEGO minifigures! Launched in time for the start of the historic mission's 45th anniversary, UK-based has introduced a new set of four minifigures replicating the Apollo 13 crew and their flight director.

April 10, 2015
Apollo 13 astronaut exhibit re-launches at Chicago planetarium

Forty five years ago, Apollo 13 commander Jim Lovell "lost the moon" after a mid-flight explosion made his mission one of survival. Now, on the anniversary of his most famous liftoff, the Adler Planetarium is launching its own "Mission Moon," based on Lovell's life.

April 6, 2015
Artist adds motion to NASA's iconic Apollo moon mission patches

NASA's iconic Apollo moon landing mission patches come to life in a new video created by a professional animator. Cincinnati-based artist Neil Smith revealed his versions of the historic emblems in an animated clip posted to YouTube and Vimeo.

April 3, 2015
Fan's LEGO replica of International Space Station soars to 10,000 votes

A fan's yearlong mission to gain support for his LEGO version of the International Space Station is complete. Christoph Ruge's model of the orbiting outpost recorded its 10,000th vote after being posted to the LEGO Ideas website more than a year ago.

April 3, 2015
John Travolta to 'share space' with Apollo astronaut Buzz Aldrin at gala

Actor John Travolta will lead a celebration of the first manned moon landing this summer, joining with astronaut Buzz Aldrin to launch a new education initiative. Travolta will host the gala for Aldrin's ShareSpace Foundation at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

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April 11, 2015
Barre Montpelier Times-Argus

Montpelier's space shuttle monument 'rediscovered'
A monument to the space shuttle Challenger is being relocated from its spot on National Life Group's property, and in the process city officials are trying to unearth its mysterious history.

April 7, 2015
Chicago Tribune

Journey's end comes for Lovells of Lake Forest
Though Lovells of Lake Forest will shut its doors for good on Sunday, April 12, the memories — and the memorabilia — will remain.

April 6, 2015
TIME Magazine

The Enduring Importance of the Last Man on the Moon
Real astronauts never say goodbye. At least, not the way you'd think they would before they take off on a mission that could very well kill them.

April 5, 2015
The New York Times

California Seeks to Make Way for Statue of Sally Ride in U.S. Capitol
If California legislators succeed, a statue of Sally Ride, astronaut, physicist and educator, will be enshrined in the nation's Capitol.

April 4, 2015
Florida Today

'Yuri's Night' celebrates manned spaceflight
Yuri's Night officially falls on April 12, the anniversary of Yuri Gagarin becoming the first human in space in 1961, and of the first space shuttle launch from Kennedy Space Center in 1981.

April 2, 2015

'Story Time from Space' Raising Funds to Put Kids' Science in Orbit
A few years ago, educator Patricia Tribe was cooking spaghetti and contemplating a tough question: How do you keep science in schools while still making enough time for literacy?

March 24, 2015
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Rover Champion: Opportunity Rolls a Martian Marathon
It's official, Mars rover Opportunity has completed a marathon on Mars!

March 15, 2015
Arizona Daily Star

UA's moon tree struggles in dry climate
Jim Scotti keeps two seeds in his office. They're brown, spiked and big, about the size of a golf ball. They come from the Bicentennial Moon Tree.