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SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk discussess the loan from the U.S. government that helped out Tesla during the March 30 interview on 60 Minutes.  See the whole interview here. Credit: CBS

Animation of one of two robotic mission concepts under consideration for NASA's Asteroid Redirect Mission. In this concept, the Asteroid Redirect Vehicle descends to the surface of a large asteroid and robotically collects a boulder from its surface. Credit: NASA

The focus of this edition of ESA Euronews is how scientsts are using ESA's Copernicus satellite to help create faster and more accurate flood models. Credit: ESA

Commercial space efforts are finding backers and partners in the United Arab Emirates. Credit: BBC News via Mass

Military media company Israeli Homeland Security interviews Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance Chairman Riki Ellison about Israeli's missile defense capabilites. Credit: Israel Homeland Security courtesy of Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance

An Ariane 5 rocket 2 placed SES’s Astra 5B and Hispasat’s Amazonas 4A satellites into geostationary transfer orbit.

Inmarsat Senior Vice President Chris McLaughlin speaks to BBC transport correspondent Richard Westcott about how airplanes communicate using satellite technology. Credit: BBC

The Morpheus prototype lander conducted an 82-second at NASA Kennedy Space Center. Credit: NASA

China is now using 10 high-resolution imaging satellites to search for the Malaysian Airlines flight MH 370 that went missing March 8 en route from from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Beijing. Credit: Todays Headlines

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk tells about his desire enable the United States to resend its astronauts back to space under its own power to Bloomberg's Rachel Crane before testifying to the Senate Appropriations defense subcommittee on the national security of space launch programs. Credit: Bloomberg News

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