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UN Aviation Arm on Mission to Craft Guidelines for Space Tourism
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The aviation arm of the United Nations intends to set guidelines for space tourism and related commercial projects, the strongest sign yet that such budding ventures are gaining prominence world-wide. The head of the International Civil Aviation …

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European, Russian space agencies launch mission to Mars
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The unmanned ExoMars probe— a collaboration between the European Space Agency and Roscosmos — took off Monday aboard a Russian rocket and is expected to reach Mars in October. The probe's Trace Gas Orbiter will analyze methane and other …

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ExoMars: Watch live as space mission to discover whether there is life on Mars …
www.independent.co.uk
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A Russian rocket is about to carry perhaps the most important European space mission into space. The first of two ExoMars missions will set off to see if they can find evidence that there is or was life on the red planet. The first mission will see an …

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Space mission to search for life signs on Mars
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A handout picture taken and released by the European Space Agency (ESA) on 11 March, 2016 shows the Russian Proton rocket that will launch on 14 March the ExoMars 2016 spacecraft to Mars, during its transfer to the pad of the launch complex at the …

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Next Mission to Mars Launches Monday: Watch It Live
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You can watch the liftoff live here at Space.com, courtesy of the European Space Agency (ESA); coverage begins at 4:30 a.m. EDT (0830 GMT). The rocket launch will kick off a seven-month journey to the Red Planet for the ExoMars payload, which consists …

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Astronaut Scott Kelly retiring from NASA after record-breaking space mission
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NASA astronaut Scott Kelly is seen inside the cupola of the International Space Station, a special module that provides a 360-degree viewing of the Earth and the station in this undated photo released on March 11, 2016. (Reuters/NASA/Handout via Reuters).

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