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    STS-135 Countdown Under Way - Tuesday July 5th
    The countdown for the final space shuttle launch began today at 1 p.m. EDT, beginning at the T-43 hour mark. However, the launch-day weather forecast looks less than favorable for Friday's 11:26 p.m. liftoff.

    NASA's Hubble Makes One Millionth Science Observation - Tuesday July 5th
    NASA's Hubble Space Telescope crossed another milestone in its space odyssey of exploration and discovery. On Monday, July 4, the Earth-orbiting observatory logged its one millionth science observation during a search for water in an exoplanet's atmosphere 1,000 light-years away.
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    Hydrogen Peroxide Found in Space - Wednesday July 6th
    Molecules of hydrogen peroxide have been found for the first time in interstellar space. The discovery gives clues about the chemical link between two molecules critical for life: water and oxygen. On Earth, hydrogen peroxide plays a key role in the chemistry of water and ozone in our planet’s atmosphere, and is familiar for its use as a disinfectant or to bleach hair blonde. Now it has been detected in space by astronomers using the ESO-operated APEX telescope in Chile.

    Gaia's Billion-Pixel Camera to Map the Milky Way - Wednesday July 6th
    The largest digital camera ever built for a space mission has been painstakingly mosaicked together from 106 separate electronic detectors. The resulting “billion-pixel array” will serve as the super-sensitive ‘eye’ of ESA’s Galaxy-mapping Gaia mission.

    Cassini Captures Images and Sounds of Saturn Storm - Wednesday July 6th
    Scientists analyzing data from NASA's Cassini spacecraft now have the first-ever, up-close details of a Saturn storm that is eight times the surface area of Earth.

    STS-135 Engineering Review Board Meeting Ends With Decision to Continue With Launch Preparations - Thursday July 7th
    Space Shuttle Atlantis launch preparations continue on schedule despite inclement weather near the launch pad near midday Thursday.

    Universe May Have Been Born Spinning - Thursday July 7th
    Physicists and astronomers have long believed that the universe has mirror symmetry, like a basketball, but recent findings from the University of Michigan dispute this. The findings suggest that the shape of the Big Bang might be more complicated than previously thought, and that the early universe spun about an axis.

    AAS Issues Statement on Proposed Cancellation of James Webb Space Telescope - Thursday July 7th
    The American Astronomical Society (AAS) today issued a strong statement protesting yesterday’s proposal from the House Appropriations Committee to cancel the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), Hubble’s successor and the centerpiece of U.S. space astronomy for the next two decades.
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    Herschel Helps Solve Mystery of Cosmic Dust Origins - Thursday July 7th
    New observations from the infrared Herschel Space Observatory reveal that an exploding star expelled the equivalent of between 160,000 and 230,000 Earth masses of fresh dust. This enormous quantity suggests that exploding stars, called supernovae, are the answer to the long-standing puzzle of what supplied our early universe with dust.

    NASA Launches New App For Android - Thursday July 7th
    NASA has launched the free NASA App for Android (TM), a new application designed for mobile devices that run the open source Android platform.

    Composer Debuts Fanfare Honoring Final Shuttle Mission - Thursday July 7th
    Emmy-nominated composer Bear McCreary, known for his television scores, has composed a fanfare specifically to commemorate the final space shuttle flight. After composing four seasons of music for a television show set in space, creating music inspired by a historic NASA mission was a natural fit. The composition will be played first on Friday morning at the NASA launch TweetUp.

    "Awesome" Launch for Atlantis - Friday July 8th
    "What a truly awesome day today," said NASA Associate Administrator for Space Operations Bill Gerstenmaier at the STS-135 postlaunch news conference. "I'm really talking about the teams and the people who supported the launch that just occurred. What you saw is the finest launch team and shuttle preparation teams in the world."

    NASA Releases Administrator's Video About Final Shuttle Launch - Friday July 8th
    With the successful launch of the final space shuttle mission, Atlantis' STS-135 mission to the International Space Station, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden has issued a video statement about the program and the agency's future.
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    Shuttle Crew Completes Inspection, Prepares for Docking - Saturday July 9th
    Space shuttle Atlantis’ crew is wrapping up a busy day filled with preparations for Sunday’s docking to the International Space Station and a detailed survey of the shuttle’s heat shield. Video from the survey, which used the Orbiter Boom Sensor System attached to the shuttle robotic arm, has been down linked to Mission Control in Houston, where imagery experts will review it to determine whether the heat shield sustained any damage during Friday’s ascent. Atlantis’ crew goes to sleep at 7:29 p.m. EDT.

    STS-135 Arrives, Crew Begins Work at Station - Sunday July 10th
    Space shuttle Atlantis docked with the International Space Station at 11:07 a.m. EDT Sunday with a cargo-carrying module in its payload bay filled with equipment and supplies for the orbiting laboratory. Hatches separating crews were opened at 12:47 p.m. Shuttle crew members, Commander Chris Ferguson, Pilot Doug Hurley and Mission Specialists Sandra Magnus and Rex Walheim, entered the station moments later to begin their week-plus stay.
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    np - I'm trying to keep on top of the shuttle news but NASA always works itself into a frenzy during a mission and sends out about 9 or 10 emails every day about it LOL I just compile them onto a single page
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    STS-135 Crew Wraps Up Busy Day of Cargo Transfers, Spacewalk Preps - Monday July 11th
    Atlantis astronauts moved the Raffaello cargo carrier from the shuttle’s cargo bay to the Earth-facing port of the International Space Station’s Harmony node early Monday.

    XCOR Selected to Fly Atsa Suborbital Observatory - Monday July 11th
    The Planetary Science Institute (PSI) and XCOR Aerospace have signed a Memorandum of Understanding that lays the groundwork for flying the human-operated Atsa Suborbital Observatory aboard XCOR's Lynx spacecraft.

    NASA Invites Public To "Virtual Dinner" With Final Shuttle Crew - Monday July 11th
    The public can share a virtual dinner with the final space shuttle crew on Thursday, July 14 by preparing grilled chicken, barbecue brisket, baked beans and southwestern corn at home using NASA's recipes.

    Gas Giant Spacecraft All Gassed Up - Monday July 11th
    The Juno spacecraft completed hydrazine fuel loading, oxidizer loading and final tank pressurizations this week, and now the complete propulsion system is ready for the trip to Jupiter. The spacecraft is currently at the Astrotech processing facility in Titusville, Fla.

    Dawn Team Members Check out Spacecraft - Monday July 11th
    Mission managers for NASA's Dawn spacecraft are studying the spacecraft's ion propulsion system after Dawn experienced a loss of thrust on June 27.
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    STS-135 Astronauts Complete Spacewalk; Cargo Transfers Begin - Tuesday July 12th
    Expedition 28 Flight Engineers Mike Fossum and Ron Garan completed a six-hour, 31-minute spacewalk at 3:53 p.m. EDT Tuesday, retrieving a failed pump module for return to Earth, installing two experiments and repairing a new base for the station’s robotic arm.

    NASA Sets News Conference With Shuttle And Space Station Crews - Tuesday July 12th
    The 10 crew members aboard space shuttle Atlantis and the International Space Station will hold a news conference at 8:24 a.m. CDT on Friday, July 15. Reporters may ask questions in person from participating NASA centers, including Johnson Space Center in Houston, Kennedy Space Center in Florida and NASA Headquarters in Washington.

    Neptune Completes Its First Circuit Around The Sun Since Its Discovery - Tuesday July 12th
    On July 12, 2011 Neptune has arrived at the same location in space where it was discovered nearly 165 years ago. To commemorate the event, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has taken these "anniversary pictures" of the blue-green giant planet.

    Cargo Transfers for Shuttle and Station Crews - Wednesday July 13th
    Atlantis crew members spent much of Wednesday moving equipment and supplies from the multipurpose logistics module Raffaello to the International Space Station.

    What Activates a Supermassive Black Hole? - Wednesday July 13th
    A new study combining data from ESO’s Very Large Telescope and ESA’s XMM-Newton X-ray space observatory has turned up a surprise. Most of the huge black holes in the centres of galaxies in the past 11 billion years were not turned on by mergers between galaxies, as had been previously thought.

    Evolved Stars Locked in Fatalistic Dance - Wednesday July 13th
    White dwarfs are the burned-out cores of stars like our Sun. Astronomers have discovered a pair of white dwarfs spiraling into one another at breakneck speeds. Today, these white dwarfs are so near they make a complete orbit in just 13 minutes, but they are gradually slipping closer together. About 900,000 years from now - a blink of an eye in astronomical time - they will merge and possibly explode as a supernova. By watching the stars converge, scientists will test both Einstein's general theory of relativity and the origin of some peculiar supernovae.

    Scientists Model Physics of Key Dark-Energy Probe - Wednesday July 13th
    Ohio State University researchers are leveraging powerful supercomputers to investigate one of the key observational probes of “dark energy,” the mysterious energy form that is causing the expansion of the universe to accelerate over time.
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    STS-135 Astronauts Complete Spacewalk; Cargo Transfers Begin - Tuesday July 12th
    Expedition 28 Flight Engineers Mike Fossum and Ron Garan completed a six-hour, 31-minute spacewalk at 3:53 p.m. EDT Tuesday, retrieving a failed pump module for return to Earth, installing two experiments and repairing a new base for the stations robotic arm.

    NASA Sets News Conference With Shuttle And Space Station Crews - Tuesday July 12th
    The 10 crew members aboard space shuttle Atlantis and the International Space Station will hold a news conference at 8:24 a.m. CDT on Friday, July 15. Reporters may ask questions in person from participating NASA centers, including Johnson Space Center in Houston, Kennedy Space Center in Florida and NASA Headquarters in Washington.

    Neptune Completes Its First Circuit Around The Sun Since Its Discovery - Tuesday July 12th
    On July 12, 2011 Neptune has arrived at the same location in space where it was discovered nearly 165 years ago. To commemorate the event, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has taken these "anniversary pictures" of the blue-green giant planet.

    Cargo Transfers for Shuttle and Station Crews - Wednesday July 13th
    Atlantis crew members spent much of Wednesday moving equipment and supplies from the multipurpose logistics module Raffaello to the International Space Station.

    What Activates a Supermassive Black Hole? - Wednesday July 13th
    A new study combining data from ESOs Very Large Telescope and ESAs XMM-Newton X-ray space observatory has turned up a surprise. Most of the huge black holes in the centres of galaxies in the past 11 billion years were not turned on by mergers between galaxies, as had been previously thought.

    Evolved Stars Locked in Fatalistic Dance - Wednesday July 13th
    White dwarfs are the burned-out cores of stars like our Sun. Astronomers have discovered a pair of white dwarfs spiraling into one another at breakneck speeds. Today, these white dwarfs are so near they make a complete orbit in just 13 minutes, but they are gradually slipping closer together. About 900,000 years from now - a blink of an eye in astronomical time - they will merge and possibly explode as a supernova. By watching the stars converge, scientists will test both Einstein's general theory of relativity and the origin of some peculiar supernovae.

    Scientists Model Physics of Key Dark-Energy Probe - Wednesday July 13th
    Ohio State University researchers are leveraging powerful supercomputers to investigate one of the key observational probes of dark energy, the mysterious energy form that is causing the expansion of the universe to accelerate over time.
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    NASA Supports Competition To Create Out Of This World T-Shirt Design - Wednesday July 13th
    NASA, through the Harvard-NASA Tournament Laboratory, is supporting an online challenge for artists to design a T-shirt commemorating the final space shuttle mission and the program's contributions to exploration.

    NASA Releases Book About Psychology of Human Spaceflight - Wednesday July 13th
    NASA’s History Program Office is releasing a new book that examines the different psychological factors that affect astronauts during space travel, especially long-duration missions.

    Twin ARTEMIS probes to study moon in 3-D - Wednesday July 13th
    On Sunday, July 17, the moon will acquire its second new companion in less than a month. That’s when the second of two probes built by the University of California, Berkeley, and part of NASA’s five-satellite THEMIS mission will drop into a permanent lunar orbit after a meandering, two-year journey from its original orbit around Earth.

    NASA Selects Nonprofit to Manage Space Station National Lab Research - Wednesday July 13th
    NASA has selected the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space Inc. (CASIS) to develop and manage the U.S. portion of the International Space Station that will be operated as a national laboratory. At the conclusion of successful negotiations, the independent, nonprofit research management organization will help ensure the station’s unique capabilities are available to the broadest possible cross-section of the U.S. scientific, technological and industrial communities.

    STS-135 Mission Report - Thursday July 14th
    Continuing cargo transfer, news media interviews and exercise sessions kept Atlantis crew members busy Thursday morning. They enjoyed some welcome off-duty time during their afternoon.

    Cargo Transfers and Off-Duty Time for Crews - Thursday July 14th
    A spinning neutron star is tied to a mysterious tail -- or so it seems. Astronomers using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory have found that this pulsar, known as PSR J0357+3205 (or PSR J0357 for short), apparently has a long, X-ray bright tail streaming away from it.

    Two New Brown Dwarf Solar Neighbors Discovered - Thursday July 14th
    Scientists from the Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam (AIP) have discovered two new brown dwarfs at estimated distances of only 15 and 18 light years from the Sun. For comparison: The next star to the Sun, Proxima, is located slightly more than 4 light years from the Sun, whereas the nearest known brown dwarfs, epsilon Indi Ba and Bb, also found at the AIP several years ago, are about 12 light years away.

    Galaxy Twist Pulls Violating Particles Back into Line - Thursday July 14th
    A University of Warwick physicist has produced a galaxy sized solution which explains one of the outstanding puzzles of particle physics, while leaving the door open to the related conundrum of why different amounts of matter and antimatter seem to have survived the birth of our Universe.

    NASA Spacecraft to Enter Asteroid's Orbit on July 15 - Thursday July 14th
    On July 15, NASA's Dawn spacecraft will begin a prolonged encounter with the asteroid Vesta, making the mission the first to enter orbit around a main-belt asteroid.

    New Ways to Measure Magnetism Around the Sun - Thursday July 14th
    Those who study the sun face an unavoidable hurdle in their research – their observations must be done from afar. Relying on images and data collected from 90 million miles away, however, makes it tough to measure the invisible magnetic fields sweeping around the sun. Scientists must learn more about these fields because they are crucial to understanding how coronal mass ejections, or CMEs, travel through space -- sometimes toward Earth where they can damage satellites. Now NASA researchers have made use of old mathematical techniques and new insights on how CMEs travel to devise a fresh way to measure this magnetic environment in the sun's upper atmosphere, the corona.

    Crews Wrap Up Busy Day; Cargo Transfers 70 Percent Complete - Friday July 15th
    The crews of space shuttle Atlantis and the International Space Station have gone to sleep after a busy day of computer repair, transfer work, a call from President Barack Obama, and a series of media interviews.

    When Ceres & Vesta Rock the Earth into Chaos - Friday July 15th
    Astronomy & Astrophysics is publishing a new study of the orbital evolution of minor planets Ceres and Vesta, a few days before the flyby of Vesta by the Dawn spacecraft. A team of astronomers found that close encounters among these bodies lead to strong chaotic behavior of their orbits, as well as of the Earth's eccentricity. This means, in particular, that the Earth's past orbit cannot be reconstructed beyond 60 million years.

    NASA, United Launch Alliance Announce New Commercial Crew Agreement - Friday July 15th
    NASA and United Launch Alliance (ULA) managers will hold a news conference on Monday, July 18, at ULA headquarters in Centennial, Colo., to announce a new Commercial Crew Development agreement.

    Atlantis Crew Awakened by Beyonce Knowles to Begin Flight Day 9 - Saturday July 16th
    Today’s wakeup song was “Run the World (Girls)” by Beyonce Knowles, played at 11:29 p.m. EDT, along with a special message: “Good morning Atlantis, this is Beyonce. Sandy, Chris, Doug and Rex, you inspire all of us to dare to live our dreams, to know that we’re smart enough and strong enough to achieve them. This song is especially for my girl, Sandy, and all the women who’ve taken us to space with them and the girls who are our future explorers.”

    NASA's Dawn Spacecraft Enters Orbit Around Asteroid Vesta - Sunday July 17th
    NASA's Dawn spacecraft on Saturday became the first probe ever to enter orbit around an object in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.
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