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September 30, 2014
Hologram coin commemorates Canadian Space Agency's 25-year legacy

Celebrating a quarter-century of robotic and astronaut achievements in space, the Royal Canadian Mint has released a new collector coin commemorating the anniversary of the Canadian Space Agency.


September 29, 2014
Filmmaker, TV network take small steps to Neil Armstrong biopics

The life story of the late Neil Armstrong, the first person to walk on the moon, has taken not one, but two small steps toward landing on both the big and small screens. A newly-acclaimed director and a television network have each turned attention to the Apollo 11 moonwalker.

September 26, 2014
Trade you a Dragon? NASA's private crew capsules now on collectible cards

NASA's draft picks for its private spacecraft team now have their own rookie cards. The agency debuted "collectible cards" featuring the Boeing and SpaceX capsules it selected to fly astronauts to the International Space Station.


September 25, 2014
Soyuz TMA-14M launches with new space station crew, tiger toys and river water

The first Russian woman to fly into space in nearly 20 years launched to the International Space Station on Thursday (Sept. 25) with a NASA shuttle pilot and a cosmonaut making a return to the orbiting laboratory.


September 24, 2014
Space Station's '42' crew highlights link to 'Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy'

What do astronauts, a towel and a paranoid android have in common? The answer is 42. The International Space Station's Expedition 42 crew has featured the link between their numerical designation and "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" on a poster and patch.


September 24, 2014
India's Mars Orbiter Mission makes history entering orbit around Red Planet

For the 2nd time in as many days, a robotic spacecraft successfully entered orbit around Mars. This time the history being made was as much about where the probe came from as it was about it having arrived at the Red Planet.


September 22, 2014
NASA's MAVEN enters Mars orbit to study Red Planet's atmosphere

For just the twelfth time in history, a robotic spacecraft sent from Earth has entered orbit around Mars. NASA's Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) entered Martian orbit on Sept. 21, where it will study the Red Planet's atmosphere as never done before.


September 21, 2014
SpaceX Dragon capsule lifts off for station with mice and more aboard

The mission patch for SpaceX's 4th NASA-contracted resupply run to the International Space Station has everything you'd expect from a spaceflight's emblem, and something you might not. Almost hidden in the insignia is a mouse.


September 20, 2014
Soviet-era cosmonaut Anatoly Berezovoy, commanded Salyut space station, dies

Cosmonaut Anatoly Berezovoy, who led the first expedition onboard Russia's final Salyut space station, died Sept. 20, 2014. He was 72. Chosen to train as a cosmonaut in April 1970, his only space flight was to the Salyut 7 orbiting outpost.


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