CSExtra – Friday, March 7, 2014Today's CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from across the globe. Tensions over Ukraine may prompt policy makers to hasten efforts to restore U.S. capabilities to launch astronauts. Third small asteroid in two days zips past the Earth. NASA's Kepler alien planet hunter marks fifth anniversary on Thursday. Europa beckons. NASA's Cassini mission makes landmark pass by Saturn's moon Titan. Hubble astronomers watch as asteroid crumbles. First Japanese astronaut to take command of International Space Station. NASA radar technology predicts sink hole damage.
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