CSExtra – Wednesday, December 11, 2013Today's CSExtra offers the latest reporting and commentary on space related activities from across the globe. Mars One, the Dutch nonprofit, commissions lander and communications satellite studies for its plans to start a colony on the red planet. NASA's administrator says flagship planetary missions still possible. Talk at American Geophysical Union conference this week turns to concerns over NASA budget constraints. NASA's Curiosity and Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter missions revealing history of water on the red planet. Comet ISON fades.
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