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April 24, 2015
'Astronaut Wives Club' trailer: First look at ABC's spacemen spouses series

"Get to know the first ladies of space." Just days after releasing the launch date for its spacemen spouses docudrama series, ABC has aired its first preview for "The Astronaut Wives Club."

April 24, 2015
Holding Hubble history: Artifacts preserve space telescope's 25-year legacy

The Hubble Space Telescope, launched 25 years ago, will never land in a museum. But that doesn't mean all of Hubble's history will be lost. The observatory's legacy will live on in the artifacts from its quarter century (and more) observing the universe.

April 22, 2015
NASA celebrates Hubble telescope's 25th anniversary with DIY collectibles

NASA is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope with free do-it-yourself commemorative collectibles. NASA is offering a medallion, a model of the space telescope and a Hubble "space ball."

April 21, 2015
'Astronaut Wives Club' TV series to launch in June on ABC

ABC's "The Astronaut Wives Club" now has its launch date. The new docudrama about the spouses of the first U.S. spacemen will premiere Thursday night, June 18, 2015 at 8 p.m. EDT, the TV network has announced.

April 20, 2015
Mercury space capsule returns to Kansas after overseas art exhibition

A historic U.S. spacecraft that launched the second American astronaut into space has landed back in Kansas after spending eight months overseas. Liberty Bell 7 returned to the Kansas Cosmosphere following its loan to an art exhibition in Germany.

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.

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April 22, 2015
Midland (TX) Reporter-Telegram

Capt. Alan Bean turns astronaut experience into art
When talking to someone who has walked on the moon, everything else just seems small. But retired U.S. Navy Captain and NASA astronaut Alan Bean hardly rests on his laurels. Instead, he'd prefer to paint.

April 20, 2015
The Boston Globe

Apollo-era auction brings back memory of computer science pioneer
It took a woman to put the first man on the moon.

April 17, 2015
The Hindu

Stamps on Indo-French ties in space technology released
The Postal Department on Thursday formally launched a set of commemorative postage stamps to mark five decades of Indo-French collaboration in space technology.

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.