Astrolinks for January 20th, 2014

Your daily dose of astronomy-related links and news from around the web:

  • As NASA spacecraft Dawn closes in on Ceres, it begins sending back new images of the dwarf planet.
  • Sky and Telescope maps out the future of the hunt for exoplanets in the afterglow of the Kepler Mission’s success.
  • Corporate giants Google and Fidelity Investments give Elon Musk’s SpaceX company a huge vote of confidence by investing a cool $1 billion in the venture.
  • Looking to spend a little more time in bed while getting paid handsomely for doing so? Look no further than NASA’s 70-day study to test the effectiveness of exercise on loss of muscle, bone and cardiovascular function.
  • The European Space Agency will be hosting a workshop to explore innovative solutions for clearing up the ever-increasing space junk and debris in low Earth orbit.

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