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NASA Completes Key Review of World's Most Powerful Rocket in Support of Journey
Reuters - 6 Hours ago
PR Newswire WASHINGTON, Aug. 27, 2014 WASHINGTON , Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- NASA officials Wednesday announced they have completed a rigorous review of the Space Launch System (SLS)
NASA completes key review of world’s most powerful rocket in support of journey ECN
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CBS Sci-Tech: NASA commits to $7 billion mega rocket
CBS News - 36 Minutes ago
The initial version of NASA's planned Space Launch System rocket, seen here, is expected to fly for the first time in November 2018, agency officials say. NASA After a detailed engineering and cost
NASA commits to $7 billion mega rocket CBS News
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Interview with SETI Institute Scientist Franck Marchis (French language)
Noodls - 40 Minutes ago
On fête cette année le centenaire de la naissance du volcanologue Haroun Tazieff. Comme en prélude à cet anniversaire, Io, la lune volcanique de Jupiter, a été le lieu de trois éruptions importantes en
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NASA's New Giant Rocket System Passes Milestone
ABC News - 5 Hours ago
NASA says its new giant rocket system passed an internal milestone Wednesday, but the first test launch got pushed back a year to 2018. NASA is designing its Space Launch System to take astronauts
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NASA says new heavy-lift rocket debut not likely until 2018
Reuters UK - 3 Hours ago
11:22pm BST By CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Aug 27 (Reuters) - NASA's new heavy-lift rocket, designed to fly astronauts to the moon, asteroids and eventually Mars, likely will not have its debut test flight
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Vibrations in rings reveal Saturn's inner secrets
New Scientist - 6 Hours ago
EAVESDROPPING on Saturn's rings is revealing secrets of the gas giant's vast interior. Conventional wisdom says that Saturn contains a solid central core surrounded by a roiling gassy-liquid mix of helium
Vibrations in rings reveal Saturn's inner secrets - space - 27 August 2014 DailyMe.Com
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NASA Telescopes Uncover Early Construction of Giant Galaxy
KPHO Phoenix - 7 Hours ago
SOURCE NASA WASHINGTON The discovery was made possible through combined observations from NASA's Hubble and Spitzer space telescopes, the W.M. Keck Observatory in Mauna Kea, Hawaii A fully developed
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'R2D2' gets job on space station
CNN - 13 Hours ago
The Art of Movement is a monthly show that highlights the most significant innovations in science and technology that are helping shape our modern world. (CNN) -- It's the Earth-orbiting research lab
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NASA’s Space Launch System formally moves from design into construction
Houston Chronicle - 5 Hours ago
Today NASA announced it has formally switched the Space Launch System program from its “formulation” stage into “implementation,” a Rubicon of sorts known as Key Decision Point-C. This is the large rocket
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Students Test-Fire Rocket Engine Component They Built for NASA
Machine Design - 6 Hours ago
Engineering students at Purdue University recently test fired a thrust chamber they designed and built as part of NASA’s Project Morpheus . The goal of the project is to develop a spacecraft that can
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What Happened to NASA's Valkyrie Robot at the DRC Trials, and What's Next
Spectrum Online - 6 Hours ago
NASA's Valkyrie robot is, arguably, one of the most sophisticated and potentially capable humanoids in existence. The key here is "potentially," because in addition to the very fancy and expensive hardware
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NASA Holds Teleconference Today to Discuss Progress on World's Largest Rocket
WMDT ABC-47 - 6 Hours ago
SOURCE NASA WASHINGTON Participants in the teleconference will be: To participate by phone, reporters must contact Stephanie Schierholz The teleconference will be streamed live on NASA's website
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What lit up the universe
Big News Network - 5 Hours ago
New research shows we will soon uncover the origin of the ultraviolet light that bathes the cosmos, helping scientists understand how galaxies were built. The study by cosmologists shows how ...
What lit up the universe? E Science News
What brightens up the universe? ZeeNews.com
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U.S. deep space rocket moves into construction phase
Namibia Press Agency - 2 Hours ago
Contributed by NAMPA / Xinhua. WASHINGTON, Aug. 27 (Xinhua) -- U.S. space agency NASA said Wednesday that it has completed a rigorous review of the Space Launch System (SLS), the world's largest rocket
U.S. deep space rocket moves into development phase Xinhua News Agency
XINHUA - U.S. deep space rocket moves into construction phase Namibia Press Agency
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NASA Exercises Option on Engineering and Scientific Services Contract
Tamar Securities - 5 Hours ago
WASHINGTON , Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- NASA has exercised the second option of its Engineering and Scientific Services Contract with Vantage Partners, LLC, of Lanham, Maryland . Vantage
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X-Rays Reveal Interactions Between Eta Carinae Stars | Video
Space.com - 5 Hours ago
Power winds emanating from the binary system's stars interact and are being studied with the help of Chandra X-ray Observatory imagery. The system harbors one of the largest and brightest stars in the
Eta Carinae: our neighboring superstars Astronomy Magazine
X-Rays Reveal Interactions Between Eta Carinae Stars DailyMe.Com
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Mars Rover Team Chooses Not to Drill 'Bonanza King'
Jet Propulsion Laboratory - 8 Hours ago
This image from the front Hazcam on NASA's Curiosity Mars rover shows the rover's drill in place during a test of whether the rock beneath it, "Bonanza King," would be an acceptable target for drilling
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Strange spikes over Siberia puzzle astronauts
Big News Network - 5 Hours ago
Strange spiky shapes slash across the Kulundra Steppe of Siberia in an astronaut photograph snapped from the International Space Station in June 2014. From left to right, this image covers about 185 ...
Strange Spikes Over Siberia Puzzle Astronauts : Discovery News DailyMe.Com
Strange Spikes Across Siberia Puzzle Astronauts NBCNews.com
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Influence of balancing-side occlusal interference on smoothness of working-side
Journal of Oral Rehabilitation - 12 Hours ago
Summary Response of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) articulation adapting to occlusal alteration has been sparsely known. For 10 healthy adults with acceptably good occlusion, an artificial occlusal interference
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NASA's self-driving robot army to explore other planets
Economic Times - 13 Hours ago
NEW YORK: NASA is developing an army of autonomous self-driving robots - equipped with webcams and GPS - that could one day be sent to explore alien surfaces on other planets. The robots, dubbed "swarmies,"
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US firm plans to put life-detector on Mars
Economic Times - 18 Hours ago
MUMBAI: A private American space organization, Explore Mars, has announced a new method of detecting life on the Red Planet by employing military technology. It has devised a simple system capable of
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Forty-five years after the Soviet Union lost the race to the Moon, Russia’s Federal
St. Petersburg Times Russia - 22 Hours ago
By The St. Petersburg Times Published: August 27, 2014 (Issue # 1826) The Saturn V rocket, built by NASA in the 1960s to land astronauts on the Moon as part of the Apollo program, could lift 130
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Modern airships brace for space odyssey
Times of India - 23 Hours ago
Airships are dusty relics of aviation history. Lighter-than-air vehicles conjure images of the Hindenburg, in its glory and destruction, and the Goodyear Blimp, a floating billboard that barely resembles
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Russian Space Agency Denies Equipment Failure in Satellite Launch Blunder
Moscow Times - 23 Hours ago
The launch fairing containing the two Galileo satellites and their dispenser atop the Fregat upper stage next to the top of the three-stage Soyuz launcher in the mobile gantry at the launch zone, about
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Orion rocks Pebble-size particles may jump-start planet formation
Kenya Star - 5 Hours ago
Astronomers have discovered that filaments of star-forming gas near the Orion Nebula may be brimming with pebble-size particles -- planetary building blocks 100 to 1,000 times larger than the dust ...
Orion rocks! Pebble-size particles may jump-start planet formation E Science News
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