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Cosmonauts exhibition expected to attract visitors to the Science Museum
People.com.cn - 18 Hours ago
LONDON May 27 (People's Daily Online)—— Science Museum in London will open a ground-breaking exhibition, Cosmonauts: Birth of the Space Age in September 2015. The exhibition represents the most comprehensive
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NASA relocates storage closet on space station
USA Today - 18 Hours ago
CAPE CANAVERAL — Robotics teams in Houston moved an 11-ton International Space Station module from one port to another in orbit Wednesday, part of ongoing work to prepare the outpost for astronauts arriving
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Solar-cell thread heralds promise of wearable chargers
New Scientist - 14 Hours ago
WE OUGHT to take a leaf out of their book. Trees are basically clad in solar cells, and soon we could be doing the same using energy-harvesting fabrics. Qingwen Li from the Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Nasa's New Horizons Spacecraft Sends Back Fresh Images of Pluto
NDTV - 14 Hours ago
Nasa's New Horizons spacecraft, on way to meet Pluto, has taken fresh images of the mysterious planet that reveal more detail about its complex and high contrast surface. The images were taken from just
New Pluto images reveal more details Daijiworldcom
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NASA selects celestial Nasa toolkit ready to look for life on Jupiter’s moon
Times of India - 19 Hours ago
WASHINGTON: Nasa, on Tuesday, said it has chosen a trove of instruments to send to Jupiter's ice-covered moon Europa, as it moves ahead press forward with its search for evidence if the orb could support
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Sounding out Mars: NASA starts trials for next lander mission
Digital Journal - 13 Hours ago
The lander, measuring about the size of a car, goes by the moniker “InSight,” an acronym standing for “Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport.” As its full name
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Spacecraft built from graphene could run on nothing but sunlight
NewsOnFeeds.com - 13 Hours ago
published less than 1 hour ago An accidental discovery shows that shining lasers on a form of graphene makes it move forwards, a find that could lead to better solar-powered spacecraft New Scientist
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MarsPolar aims for colony + Mars One update + Mars Society annual conference in
HobbySpace - 13 Hours ago
A new international group called  MarsPolar  seeks to overtake Mars One and put a base on Mars by 2029:  New Project Aims to Establish a Human Colony on Mars – Science 2.0 . The name comes from the
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NASA's Jupiter moon mission becomes acronymathon
NewsR.in - 13 Hours ago
Loraine Capillanes  RT @NASA : Work begins on our mission to Europa, Jupiter's icy moon. Here's what will be flying on board: http://t.co/cu3SqAbVdA http://t.co…  11 minutes ago zeb  RT @NASA : Work
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NASA's Jupiter moon mission becomes acronymathon
The Register - 14 Hours ago
NASA has announced the nine instruments selected for its planned 2020s mission to Jovian moon Europa, and as is the local custom, there are some choice stretching-it-a-bit acronyms on offer for aficionados
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BIO 2015 to Host an Evening Keynote with Wynton Marsalis
PharmiWeb - 14 Hours ago
Today the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) announced that Wynton Marsalis legendary musician and artistic director of Jazz at Lincoln Center will participate in the first-ever evening Keynote
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This telescope is really just 10 Canon lenses strapped together
MSN UK - 14 Hours ago
Hunting for extremely dim galaxies is especially difficult with single-lens telescopes. That's because, no matter how technologically advanced, the device's design cannot fully eliminate detail-obscuring
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Space Simulation Video Games
Trend Hunter - 15 Hours ago
Kerbal Space Program is a Space Flight Simulating Game Kerbal Space Program is an exciting single-player video game that allows users to build and run their own space program. The innovative platform
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Moonwalker praises UAE space ambition
Yahoo! Maktoob News - 15 Hours ago
UAE has key role to play in international space effort, says US astronaut Buzz Aldrin Legendary American astronaut Buzz Aldrin praised the UAE’s decision to establish its own space agency to launch
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NASA orders first commercial crew flight from Boeing
Global Times - 15 Hours ago
US space agency NASA said Wednesday it has ordered the first-ever commercial crew flight to the International Space Station from the Boeing Company as part of an ongoing effort to restore America's human
NASA orders 1st commercial crew flight from Boeing China.org.cn
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Microbes Collected by Citizen Scientists And Grown on the International Space Station
ScienceNewsline - 14 Hours ago
(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) -- Do microbes grow differently on the International Space Station than they do on Earth? Results from the growth of microbes collected by citizen scientists in Project MERCCURI indicate
Results for microbes collected by citizen scientists and grown on the International PhysOrg.com
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This Week from AGU: NASA Earth Science, Climate Change Music, Tibetan Plateau Evolution
ScienceNewsline - 14 Hours ago
From AGU's blogs: Should NASA be Studying the Earth? Joseph R. Dwyer, a Professor at the Department of Physics and the Space Science Center in the Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space
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Perfume scientists use nose expertise to design 'stink-less' latrines
NewsR.in - 15 Hours ago
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Ban tells European Parliament to work together to address challenge of migration NewsR.in
Gujjar agitation enters eighth day; CS, DGP appear before HC NewsR.in
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'Nano-paper' chips end up in compost heaps, not landfills
NewsOnFeeds.com - 14 Hours ago
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Trial and error part of space missions
Yahoo! Maktoob News - 16 Hours ago
UAE has optimism to face challenges of Mars Mission, expert says Trial and error is part of the space mission story since the early 1960s, said an expert in the capital on Wednesday. Of the last 10
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May 27th, 2015 LightSail, a CubeSat designed and built by the nonprofit Planetary
Space.com - 15 Hours ago
by Mike Wall, Space.com Senior Writer Date: 27 May 2015 Time: 06:56 PM ET Artist's illustration of The Planetary Society's LightSail CubeSat in orbit, with its solar sail deployed. LightSail
LightSail Solar Sail Test Flight Stalled by Software Glitch Yahoo! UK and Ireland
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SEIA Applauds Efforts by DOE to Expand Solar Deployment
Energy Central - 16 Hours ago
Washington, D.C., May 27, 2015 -- PRWeb.com As part of its ongoing efforts to make solar cost competitive with other forms of electricity, the Department of Energy's (DOE) SunShot Initiative announced
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NASA Begins Testing Mars Lander for Next Mission to Red Planet: NASA
Focus Bulgaria - 17 Hours ago
cture: NASA Gallery Houston. Testing is underway on NASA 's next mission on the journey to Mars, a stationary lander scheduled to launch in March 2016. The lander is called InSight, an abbreviation
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NASA moves space station module for future arrival of crew vehicles
China Economic Net - 18 Hours ago
U.S. space agency NASA on Wednesday relocated a cargo module at the International Space Station as part of an ongoing reconfiguration to prepare the orbiting laboratory for the future arrival of U.S.
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SpaceX cleared for US military launches
The Nation Pakistan - 18 Hours ago
AFP WASHINGTON The US Air Force has certified private company SpaceX to launch military satellites, opening the doors to a lucrative market previously held solely by a Lockheed and Boeing joint venture.
Elon Musk's SpaceX can now fling SPY SATELLITES into SPAAAAAACE NewsR.in
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