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Using its new Maxwell graphic processing unit, technology company Nvidia simulated the conditions in which the 1969 photograph of Buzz Aldrin climbing out of the lunar lander were taken as well as the materials of the surface, the lander and the spacesuits. Credit: Nvidia

ULA and Blue Origin at the National Press Club, Sept. 17, 2014. SpaceNews Editor Warren Ferster questions ULA CEO Tory Bruno and Blue Origin CEO Jeff Bezos. Credit: Courtesy of Blue Origin

The Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) highlights some of the projects it has slated to go onboard the international space station via Techshot and Cobra Puma Gold. Credit: CASIS

NASA's Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) orbiter is set to arrive Sept. 21, 2014, to study the planet's upper atmosphere.

Timelapse video made from photographs taken at a rate of one every second. ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst from the Expedition 40 crew took the photographs onboard the international space station. The video is offered in Ultra High Definition or 4K. The artistic effects of the light trails from stars and cities at night are created by superimposing the individual images and fading them out slowly. Credit: ESA

From the Weather Channel's Weather Geeks program. PlanetiQ President & CEO Anne Hale Miglarese and former American Meteorological President Jon Malay discuss PlanetiQ's plan to launch the first commercial constellation of weather satellites, to help fill government satellite gaps and improve weather forecasting.

Two of the asteroids on NASA's short list of targets for the Asteroid Redirect Mission are not like the others. SpaceNews reporter Dan Leone explains. 

Ian Clark, principal investigator of NASA's Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) recounts its June 28 'flying saucer' test. The test simulated conditions the parachute system will face landing on the martian surface. The video is taken from cameras on board the test vehicle. Credit: NASA JPL

In 1988, Robin Williams greeted the crew of NASA's Space Shuttle Discovery with “Good morning, Discovery!” Williams’ greeting on Day 2 of the STS-26 mission was a take on his performance as Adrian Cronauer in the movie “Good Morning, Vietnam,” which received general release that same year. The actor and comedian was discovered dead in his home Aug. 11  at 63. Credit: collectSpace

Video taken in-orbit July 8, 2014, using an inspection camera on-board the Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd. (SSTL) TechDemoSat-1 satellite starting about 30 seconds after separation from the launcher. Credit: SSTL

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