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Paul Sutherland explains what quakes on Earth, the Moon and Mars tell us about the formation of these rocky worlds - and help plan future bases on these worlds:

http://sen.com/blogs/paul-sutherland/quakes-teach-us-our-rocky-past-and-help-plan-for-bases-on-other-worlds ($)
Quakes do not occur just on Earth. Seismic activity has been detected also on the Moon and Mars, helping planetary scientists learn how these rocky worlds formed.
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By observing Saturn's aurorae, Cassini helps scientists better understand the planet's atmosphere and magnetic field.
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NASA's Dawn mission delivers the best views of the mysterious white spots on Ceres yet.
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A Cubesat mission called LightSail which uses a solar sail propulsion system has been launched. The mission has been designed by The Planetary Society. The first precursor mission will test the deployment of the solar sail, which will pave the way for a later mission.
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One of the U.S. Air Force’s two X-37B robotic space planes blasted off aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket Wednesday May 15, for the program’s fourth foray in orbit.
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Russia’s latest rocket failure will have caused some anxiety among European Space Agency (ESA) scientists because a similar vehicle is due to launch its first ExoMars probes to the Red Planet in January 2016.
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Neptune, the eighth planet in our Solar System, mesmerises with its deep-blue color. But unlike the blue coloration of Earth as seen from space, Neptune's hue doesn't come from seas or oceans, but rather from its cloud tops.
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A SpaceX Cargo Dragon returned to Earth on May 21, completing its sixth successful resupply mission.
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What cargo freighters currently serve the International Space Station? 

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Four spacecraft supply the International Space Station - Russia's Progress cargo freighter, Japan's HTV vehicle, SpaceX's Dragon cargo version and Orbital Sciences Cygnus.
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A prototype for a CubeSat that could explore space beyond Earth will undergo a test later this year. The concept being developed is for a CubeSat, armed with its own propulsion system, to release an entry probe that could descend through the atmosphere of another planet or moon providing a relatively low cost means of gathering data on Solar System objects.
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British astronaut Tim Peake, who will join the crew aboard the International Space Station later this year, wants the help of UK schools to learn more about how to grow salad leaves in space.
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In his latest column Phil Plait looks at two news maps of the Moon, based on observations by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) and produced by the USGS for NASA:

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Phil Plait looks at new maps of the Moon created from data captured by NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) which has been circling the Moon since 2009. The new maps have been produced by the USGS.
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Sen - Space Exploration Network
Introduction
The vision of Sen - Space Exploration Network - is to create a space television network whose purpose is to gather and distribute news and information on space and in so doing:
  • promote interest in space;
  • raise awareness of the reality of humankind and Earth in the universe and through raising awareness provide a different perspective to our conduct and the government of life on this planet;
  • educate and encourage consideration of the physics, economics, politics, legal framework and government of space;
  • create a community in which people can learn, debate and share information about space;
  • further the exploration of space;
  • film the universe forever building an electronic version of the universe, a never ending work of art and a tribute to the creator; this aspect of the vision will emerge in the centuries to come but it needs to be set out at the start as an important component of the vision.
Sen will begin life online at sen.com. The web site will publish articles, videos, pictures, news stories and user generated content to provide information about space. In addition to developing an ever expanding encyclopedia about what is known and what activities have been and are to be undertaken relating to space exploration, Sen will also seek to promote thought and debate on issues that have not been considered in depth or at all, such as a legal constitution for space and the forming of an Earth government to co-ordinate humankind's exploration of space and the protection of the planet.

Space is everything, it affects everything - it defines our environment, the government of mankind, relations, the future. By promoting interest and awareness of space a different perspective of our conduct and government of life on the planet can be obtained in the hope of creating a united planet.

Sen will aim to be an enterprise that represents the best human effort at creating an enterprise without boundary in space and time.
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