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  1. An overview of Japan’s space activities
  2. Space colonization, in general
  3. Hole in International Space Station was drilled deliberately, says Russia?
  4. Colonizing Mercury?
  5. Astronomers Have Detected an Astonishing 72 New Mystery Radio Bursts From Space
  6. Why add tiles to the Orion capsule?
  7. The 12th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition (Airshow China)
  8. Beautiful Space Launch Video(s)
  9. SpaceX's Big Falcon Rocket (BFR)
  10. Where We Are!
  11. NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS)
  12. How many gravities could human colonists withstand? Would you believe FOUR?
  13. Space Tourism Survey
  14. China's Chang'e 6 mission
  15. Go to Mars, get cancer -- disturbing new study says radiation will ruin the gut
  16. New type of solar sails, plan to send many of them at once to Kuiper Belt Objects
  17. Nasa’s 60th anniversary
  18. Return to Venus?
  19. Global Space Exploration on the Rise
  20. Power of Synergy Space Symposium
  21. A round-up of news from 2018 International Astronautical Congress (IAC)
  22. 3D Printed Rocket Engine
  23. Soyuz Emergency landing.
  24. First artificial satellites?
  25. Launches since the 50s.
  26. Jeanette Epps and her non-mission to the ISS
  27. NASA's Lucy mission to the trojans of Jupiter.
  28. Dawn has died
  29. Why not have AAA for spacecraft? It's coming.
  30. Jezero
  31. ESA's Characterising Exoplanet Satellite, Cheops, mision
  32. See Earth from the ISS
  33. Possibility of manned interstellar travel
  34. Dust Devils or Wind cleaning Camera - Lens
  35. The Goblin
  36. Why hasn't a probe been sent to Valles Marineris yet?
  37. Olympus Mons lookout
  38. 2018 Year in Review
  39. Astronaut health and toothpaste.
  40. Apollo 8 - Fifty Years On
  41. Fined for rogue satellites - How not to make history
  42. What's taking so long for a Europa probe?
  43. "Mother of Hubble" Nancy Grace Roman dies
  44. 2019 the year ahead for Space.
  45. Apollo 14 alternate missions without the LEM
  46. Is Elon Musk correct in assuming we can terraform Mars?
  47. The ethics of terraforming: the Genesis Project
  48. Number of launches in 2019
  49. Using moon dust as reactive mass in solar-charged-battery operated flying vehicles.?
  50. Time delay problem operating remote robot vehicles: Simulator visual 'predict' system
  51. ESA's Hera mission.
  52. ESA's Rosalind Franklin Mars rover
  53. Crescent views from around the solar system
  54. Steampunk spacecraft propelled by water vapor
  55. Sand(moon dust) bag building on the moon..?
  56. Galactic Ghoul
  57. RemoveDEBRIS Mission - Successfully Harpoons Space Junk
  58. NASA is making it's first step toward Europa submarine probe
  59. Space: Florida vs. Virginia vs. The World
  60. Possible to joint US-India mission to ISS?
  61. Going to Uranus and Neptune again?
  62. Active exploration missions in March 2019
  63. Apollo 11 Fifty Year Anniversary Events
  64. Cosmonaut Valery Bykovsky has passed
  65. Oopsie -- Indian ASAT test endangers ISS
  66. Bees (in space)
  67. Engineering Company puts forward pan for Mars Base
  68. Watch the first commercial SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch LIVE
  69. A calendar for Titan
  70. “Tech Trends 2019: Space industry perspective,”
  71. Callisto colonization -- some crazy ideas
  72. A star goes out -- Owen Garriott is dead
  73. China's 2016 HO3 asteroid mission
  74. Jerrie Cobb, female pilot and would-be astronaut, has passed
  75. Robots in space emergencies
  76. Brits Find Snoopy
  77. China's Moon Base
  78. Impressions on the 2019 edition of China Space Day, in Changsha
  79. Deflecting a comet using lasers
  80. Missions to asteroid Apophis in 2029.
  81. Cinna's mission to asteroid 2016 HO3 and comet 133P/Elst–Pizarro
  82. The Case for Space
  83. Biggest Space Missions of the Next Decade
  84. Blue Origin's "Blue Moon" lunar lander
  85. Bringing Comets to Earth
  86. Apollo 12 LM Ascent stage -- found?
  87. NASA's moon mission - ARTEMIS
  88. Living in a shopping mall: How to not go crazy in a space habitat
  89. Spinning Wheel Spacecraft?
  90. The end is near for Spitzer
  91. What comes first? Opinions on launching systems
  92. Do cyclers make sense?
  93. China's Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center
  94. Singaporean attempts to reach space from outback Australia!
  95. ChipSats: itty-bitty satellites that operate as a swarm
  96. China's sea launch platform
  97. Hermes, from "The Martian" -- will we need one?
  98. Europe's Space Rider - a reusable space transport system
  99. Why the Soviets Lost the Moon Race
  100. China advertising launch opportunities for their rockets
  101. Where are our spacecrafts - June 2019
  102. Indian Space Station
  103. The First Man To Walk On The Moon (parody)
  104. How Much Did Apollo Cost?
  105. Helium-3: McGuffin, or so much hot air?
  106. ESA's Comet Interceptor
  107. NASA hacked -- by a Raspberry Pi
  108. Can Soyuz capsule return to ISS if there is a problem?
  109. NASA's Dragonfly mission to Titan
  110. NASA Refurbishes - and Reopens - Apollo Mission Control Room
  111. Elon Musk's "Starship" Is it big enough to take 100 people to Mars?
  112. Apollo 11 50th Anniversary
  113. ESA's Galileo mission
  114. The Coming Strategic Value of the Moon
  115. Chris Kraft died July 22, 2019, age 95
  116. Special Relativity, the Moon and other space probes
  117. ESA and NASA sample return mission to Mars.
  118. SMILE mission by China and ESA
  119. Joint India Japan moon robotic missions
  120. What do American, British and Chinese kids dream of being?
  121. India-China space collaboration
  122. Soyuz launch
  123. Delta IV Heavy Medium (FINAL LAUNCH): GPS III SV02
  124. US policy memo: Launch of Spacecraft Containing Space Nuclear Systems
  125. Could the LEM return to Earth orbit from the Moon surface?
  126. Artificial gravity tether
  127. ESA's Volatile and Mineralogy Mapping Orbiter (VMMO) for the Moon.
  128. Earth's robotic space explores as of September 2019
  129. A practical space elevator alternative achievable with currenttechnology
  130. NASA's New Asteroid-Hunting Space Telescope
  131. Space Foundation celebrates World Space Week,
  132. The 20 Biggest Space Missions of the Next Decade
  133. 10 Rocket Launch Failures That Changed History
  134. Alexei Leonov passes
  135. An American Nedelin: a worse Apollo 1 fire
  136. NASA's VIPER lunar rover
  137. N-G Antares: Cygnus NG-12 (ISS resupply)
  138. US Commercial Crew program (CCtCap): upcoming tests
  139. NASA reveals true cost of Space Launch System rocket (sort-of/kind-of)
  140. SpaceX StarLink 1 - first operational flock
  141. Effect of high-speed travel in space on the astronauts
  142. Statements regarding never having left low earth orbit.
  143. China Considers Voyager-like Mission to Interstellar Space
  144. Mass orbiting the Earth
  145. Government Space Budgets 2018
  146. Space Budgets for 2020 and beyond
  147. ISRO's Second Spaceport
  148. Clearance of space debris
  149. Blue Origin Flight 12 (Dec10, 2019)
  150. Atlas V: Boeing Starliner OFT (un-crewed test flight)
  151. The SpaceX Decade: How One Company Changed Spaceflight Forever
  152. US-India space cooperation: Moving away from the burden of the past
  153. 2020 the year ahead for space
  154. United States Space Force and United States Space Command: what can they do?
  155. 2019 in review
  156. Chandrayaan-3 mission
  157. Number of launches in 2020
  158. The positioning of radio telescopes.
  159. The Phantom Express space plane is a ghost
  160. Cygnus spacecraft in Feb 2020 to be named for 1st black American astronaut
  161. Curiosity is Frozen
  162. AstroClipper, from Exodus Space Corp: another in a long line of proposed spaceplanes
  163. Boeing-built satellite at risk of exploding, moved to graveyard orbit
  164. Alaskan launch has perhaps already occurred? Poker Flats suborbit firing
  165. The Graveyard of Giant Spacecraft
  166. The Interstellar Travel thread
  167. Iranian satellite launch (or ICBM cover shot) failed to orbit
  168. Could hackers take control of spacecraft? They already have.
  169. Lunar and Planetary Science Conf. 2020
  170. SpaceX to fly Space Adventures tourist mission
  171. Want to help NASA build a Venus Rover? Here's how to do it.
  172. Katherine Johnson RIP
  173. Mars City State Design Competition Announced
  174. News From and About The Mars Society
  175. Axiom Space: commercial ISS missions, modules & space station
  176. Lunar Gateway Outpost thread
  177. Space Exploration Project Help
  178. Another Apollo titan, Al Worden of Apollo 15, has passed
  179. Neptune-bound spacecraft thread
  180. How was the Shuttle roll program executed?
  181. China's Chang'e-7 mission
  182. Impact of Covid-19 on Space Exploration
  183. SpaceX's Dragon XL
  184. SOYUZ vs SHENZHOU
  185. NASA's Sun Radio Interferometer Space Experiment (SunRISE) mission
  186. YOU have until June 1st to design a lunar payload the size of a soap bar, srsly
  187. Need help Apollo/Skylab computer tape data identification
  188. Where do you bury a space station? In the Pacific, at Point Nemo.
  189. Forecast: Space Exploration Decade – $260 Billion Investment by Governments
  190. DAIN/AI Interpolation of NASA footage
  191. Dutch Apollo television boradcasts
  192. ESA/India TRISHNA mission
  193. 1960s/1970s capsule re-entry path
  194. Early 1960s bad space technology writing in popular media
  195. GPS celebrates 25th year of operation
  196. China's Cargo Reentry Vehicle
  197. Annie Glenn joins John
  198. NASA director resigns
  199. Crew Dragon Demo-2
  200. China's Long March-8
  201. Cislunar Space
  202. China’s Orbital Launch Activity
  203. China's Solar Ring mission
  204. Every Mars Landing Attempt by all nations
  205. China's Moon Base
  206. China's dawn-dusk meteorological weather satellite
  207. NASA to fly commercial to anywhere
  208. United Arab Emirates Mars mission
  209. Your Guide to the July Mars Launches
  210. ISRO's 2nd spaceport in Tamil Nadu's Kulasekarapattinam
  211. Shukrayaan-1 India's mission to Venus