I have written up a blog post at the National Air and Space Museum’s website listing my top ten most significant space events in the first decade of the twenty-first century. This may not square with your list, and I invite your comments on it, but the ones I nominate are discussed at Ten Events of Great Significance in Space Exploration during the Twenty-first Century’s First Decade. Check it out.
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- RT @Berger_SN: .@SpaceX Falcon 9 test vehicle destroyed Fri in accident. @jeff_foust has the story. spacenews.com/article/launch… http://t.co/rbMs… 4 hours ago