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Bolivian Space Agency Selects Gilat for Its National VSAT Platform Enabling Comprehensive
Pettinga Financial Advisors - 5 Hours ago
(GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- . (NASDAQ:GILT) (TASE:GILT), a worldwide leader in satellite networking technology, solutions and services, announced today that Agencia Boliviana Espacial (ABE), the Bolivian Space
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Bolivian Space Agency Selects Gilat for Its National VSAT Platform Enabling Comprehensive... Stockhouse Canada
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MFI zeolite nanosheets with post-synthetic Ti grafting for catalytic epoxidation
RSC - 4 Hours ago
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A facile solvent-free Synthesis Route for the Assembly of Highly CO2 Selective and RSC
Development of halogen-free flame retardant phosphazene and rice husk ash incorporated RSC
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Russian cargo ship docks at ISS after multiple fails
MSN Philippines - 6 Hours ago
© Provided by AFP Russia is the only country still sending up its own craft to the International Space Station (pictured) after NASA ended its space shuttle programme in 2011 An unmanned Russian cargo
Relief as Russian cargo ship docks at space station Space Daily
Relief as Russian ship docks at space station Gulf Times
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The lost 81 minutes. Is New Horizons spacecraft ready for Pluto flyby?
Christian Science Monitor - 4 Hours ago
NASA lost contact with New Horizons for about 1-1/2 hours on July 4. Its historic rendezvous with Pluto is July 14, giving engineers time to get the probe up and running. An artist’s impression of NASA’s
Can NASA fix New Horizons spacecraft just days before Pluto flyby? Christian Science Monitor
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Bark At The Moon Natural Turkey Dog Treats Launches Facebook Page
Financial Content - 6 Hours ago
) Bolton, CT -- Green Butterfly Brands recently launched their Facebook page for Bark at the Moon Natural Turkey Dog Treats. "We are excited about our launch on Facebook," says Christine Brown, Director
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NASA's Pluto Probe Is Getting Back to Work After Glitch
NBCNews.com - 11 Hours ago
NASA said its New Horizons probe suffered a temporary communication breakdown on Saturday, 10 days before it's scheduled to fly past Pluto, and the mission team is working to restore normal operations.
NASA Works to Revive Pluto-Bound Probe NBCNews.com
NASA Works to Revive Pluto-Bound Probe After Glitch NBCNews.com
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Breathtaking ruins of Soviet space shuttle program
CNN - 13 Hours ago
With their broken windows, missing tiles and ransacked interiors, these shuttles are a haunting -- and fascinating -- piece of space history, rarely seen by the outside world. Indeed, when 36-year-old
Breathtaking ruins of Soviet space program NewsOnFeeds.com
Soviet space program: Stunning ruins CNN
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NASA's New Horizons may be in trouble just days from Pluto
CNET News - 13 Hours ago
It's hard to do science in safe mode. NASA After its decade-long journey to the edge of our solar system, a NASA spacecraft has run into some mysterious technical problems just ten days short of when
NASA's New Horizons may be in trouble just days from Pluto At the edge of our solar CNET.co.uk
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NASA spacecraft ready for Pluto flyby after glitch
Economic Times - 4 Hours ago
WASHINGTON: The recent computer glitch that triggered communication breakdown with NASA's New Horizon spacecraft has been rectified and the probe is ready for its epic Pluto flyby next week. The mission
New Horizons spacecraft to resume normal operations on July 7th HobbySpace
New Horizons Plans July 7 Return to Normal Science Operations SpaceRef
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Russian cargo ship delivers long-awaited supplies to International Space Station
ZeeNews.com - 4 Hours ago
NASA Washington: After a series of failed re-supply missions, astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) finally received crucial supplies when a Russian cargo spaceship successfully docked
Russian cargo ship delivers supplies to ISS Daijiworldcom
Russian cargo ship delivers supplies … Yahoo! India
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8.2% pure selenide kesterite thin-film solar cells from large-area electrodeposited
Progress in Photovoltaics: Research & Applications - 6 Hours ago
Abstract Cu 2 ZnSnSe 4 solar cell absorbers are synthesized by large-area electrodeposition of metal stack precursors followed by selenization. A champion solar cell exhibits 8.2% power conversion efficiency,
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Pluto mission back on as New Horizons spacecraft mends itself
Silicon Republic - 7 Hours ago
1 hour ago New Horizons is just over a week from Pluto, where it will record the closest ever observation of the dwarf plant. On Saturday it broke down, today it has recovered. NASA’s spacecraft,
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Pluto-Bound Spacecraft Nears Its Quarry
NPR - 8 Hours ago
NASA's New Horizons mission will be the first ever to visit Pluto and its moons. This artist's conception shows the probe as it passes the dwarf planet. JHUAPL/SwRI hide caption i toggle caption
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Russian cargo ship docks at space station
MENAFN - 9 Hours ago
(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) Commander Padalka is scheduled to return to Earth in November while Kornienko and Kelly are part of a year-long mission which will not go home until March next year.
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Glitch Over, Pluto-Bound Spacecraft on Its Way
NDTV - 10 Hours ago
11:16 IST File Photo: An artist's impression of NASA's New Horizons spacecraft encountering Pluto and its largest moon, Charon, is seen in this NASA image. (Reuters) Washington: A software glitch that
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Glitch over, Pluto-bound spacecraft on its way
Economic Times - 10 Hours ago
WASHINGTON: A software glitch that triggered communication loss with NASA's New Horizon spacecraft has been rectified and the probe is on way for a Pluto fly-by on July 14, the US space agency has said.
New Horizons enters safe mode before Pluto flyby ZeeNews.com
Pluto Bound Spacecraft's Glitch Rectified on its Way New Indian Express
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'Supermassive' black holes discovered
Sydney Morning Herald - 13 Hours ago
Five monster black holes that were previously hidden by dust and gas have been uncovered by astronomers. The British-led discovery suggests there may be millions more "supermassive" black holes in the
'Supermassive' black holes found by Brit led scientists ITV.com
Monster 'supermassive' black holes found by British led scientists ITV.com
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Russian craft delivers long-awaited cargo to space station
Boston Globe - 13 Hours ago
E-Mail Share via e-mail Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Comments Print The Boston Globe Share Tweet AFP/ The Russian cargo ship was launched into orbit Friday.
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Videographic: Job of the International Space Station
New Zealand Herald - 13 Hours ago
An unmanned Russian spacecraft is due to blast off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on Friday, carrying more than three tons of food, fuel and supplies for the International Space Station. On
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Glitch halts New Horizons operations as it nears Pluto
ABC Online - 14 Hours ago
News in Science Monday, 6 July 2015 Irene Klotz (Source: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute) New Horizons Nine days away from an unprecedented
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Spacefaring's risks leave us undaunted
Houston Chronicle - 14 Hours ago
From the ground, it didn't really look like an explosion. Standing at a press site about four miles from the launchpad, amid the rippling, crackling sound waves generated by the rocket's chemical propulsion
Like early astronauts, SpaceX won’t give up Japan Times
Like early astronauts, SpaceX won't give up Japan Times
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Philae lander could be sitting on living organisms because of comets distinct features
Big News Network - 5 Hours ago
Is there microscopic alien life on the Rosetta comet? Astronomers claim Philae lander could be sitting on living organisms because of comet's distinct ...
Rosetta comet lander Philae could be sitting on ALIEN living organisms AfricanSeer
Rosetta’s Philae comet lander wakes up Machinery Market
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First results from LUCID mapping cosmic rays and solar wind
PhysOrg.com - 4 Hours ago
Tracks from initial data runs from LUCID were often discontinuous, making it difficult to automate track recognition. The Langton Star Centre team found that this is due to the masking of some pixels
First results from LUCID: schools start mapping cosmic rays and solar wind Alpha Galileo
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Indian space agency gets ready for two launches
Daijiworldcom - 4 Hours ago
Chennai, July 6 (IANS): As an Indian rocket is getting ready to put five British satellites into orbit on July 10, officials at the Sriharikota space port are also working on an Indian satellite launch,
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Universe's hidden supermassive black holes revealed
PhysOrg.com - 5 Hours ago
A Hubble Space Telescope colour image of one of the nine galaxies targeted by NuSTAR. The high energy X-rays detected by NuSTAR revealed the presence of an extremely active supermassive black hole at
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