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NASA tests 3D printed rocket engine …
Yahoo! India - 2 Hours ago
By | IANS India Private Limited/Yahoo India News  –  Washington, Sep 2 (IANS) NASA has successfully tested the most complex rocket engine parts ever designed by the agency and printed with additive manufacturing,
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The dogs that conquered space
Cambodian Times - 2 Hours ago
Humans were too risky, monkeys too fidgety, so the Soviet Union chose dogs as its first cosmonauts. It is a story of science, sacrifice and - for those that survived - sausage-filled celebrity
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Suit Up! Final Frontier Design Launches Space Suit Experience in NYC
Yahoo! News - 2 Hours ago
NEW YORK — If you've ever wanted a taste of outer space living without ever leaving Earth, Final Frontier Design has a suit for you. The founders of Final Frontier Design — a spacesuit design company
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WIRED Space Photo of the Day for September 2014
Cambodian Times - 2 Hours ago
In today's business world, disruption is a constant force that never lets up. At the annual WIRED Business Conference: Disruptive by Design, we celebrate the creative power of bold new ideas and the people
WIRED Space Photo of the Day for September 2014 | Science DailyMe.Com
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Apple’s entry into mobile wallet space to shake up industry in India: Experts
Times of India - 111 Minutes ago
BANGALORE: Apple's entry into the mobile wallet space could change the fortune of the mobile wallet and mobile payments industry in India, experts believe. According to media reports, Apple is partnering
Apple’s entry into mobile wallet space to shake up industry in India Experts Cambodian Times
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US Air Force's Secretive X-37B Space Plane Passes 600 Days in Orbit
Yahoo! News - 2 Hours ago
The U.S. Air Force's mysterious unmanned space plane has winged beyond 600 days in orbit on a classified military mission that seems to have no end. The X-37B space plane is carrying out the Orbital
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NASA Is Making A Traffic Control System For Drones
Gizmodo Australia - 10 Hours ago
NASA is not down with drones flying around town all willy-nilly and potentially electrocuting North West. The space agency is developing an air traffic control network near Moffat Field, California for
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NASA is about to reformat the Opportunity rover on Mars
TweakTown - 11 Hours ago
NASA is about to get the reinstall discs for its Opportunity rover on Mars, and do a fresh install. The US space agency has been having issues with the Opportunity, where it can't get the vehicle to reboot,
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NASA snaps image of late summer solar flare
Ein News - 11 Hours ago
Sep 1, 2014 - 18:10 GMT A mid-level solar flare lashed out of the sun on 24 August and US space agency NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory captured an image of the event in all its blazing glory.
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NASA rover to get Martian memory wipe
Ein News - 11 Hours ago
Sep 1, 2014 - 21:00 GMT An alien world, extraterrestrial exploration, and memory wipes on Mars sound like the makings of a Hollywood movie. Instead, it's a major IT project. After
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Raw: NASA Captures Solar Flare
Ein News - 11 Hours ago
NASA News Today by EIN Newsdesk & EIN Presswire (a press release distribution service) Follow us on Facebook & Twitter and connect with us on LinkedIn IPD Group, Inc., 1025 Connecticut Avenue
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NASA is building an air traffic control system for drones
The Verge - 13 Hours ago
NASA is developing an air traffic control system for drones. The New York Times reports the US space agency is working on creating a management system for vehicles that fly at around 400 to 500 feet off
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Russian spacecraft back on Earth after six-week mission
Spaceflight Now - 13 Hours ago
An unmanned Russian space capsule returned to Earth on Monday after six weeks in orbit for microgravity research, but officials said five geckos flown for space sex experiments perished on the journey.
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The Final Frontier: Renewing America's Space Program
SpaceRef - 13 Hours ago
Category : Law and Policy Topic : Sustainability, international and commercial colla Event Format : Conference Date : September 16, 2014 Location : 555 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC
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Sex-in-space geckos killed by frigidity
The Register - 13 Hours ago
Next gen security for virtualised datacentres Russia's space agency has made the announcement we all feared: after being launched, lost, and recovered, its famous “sex geckos” have died. After a
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Medicine, Energy, Space & Technology (MEST) Coference
SpaceRef - 13 Hours ago
Category : Technology Event Format : Conference Date : September 16, 2014 Location : 6500 Main Street, Houston, TX 77030, US You’re invited to MEST Conference 2014. Take on the toughest problems
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Our Brains Are Like Space Probes in a Sense
GoArticles - 14 Hours ago
Our brains take in information about our surroundings much like space probes such as Voyager take in information about space objects such as the planets. Just like the probes gathering that information
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NASA Releases Footage of Powerful Solar Flares
Wsbradio.com - 10 Hours ago
NASA released powerful footage showing over a half a dozen solar flares in one day. A solar flare occurs when magnetic energy built up in the solar atmosphere is suddenly released. Photo: NASA/SDO $NEWLINE$BEGINSCRIPT
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SpaceX FISO Telecon and Presentation
DailyMe.Com - 12 Hours ago
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Geckos on Mission Die Aboard Russian Spacecraft
DailyMe.Com - 14 Hours ago
MOSCOW — Five geckos launched into space by Russia for an experiment on sexual reproduction in near-zero gravity were found dead on Monday after their spacecraft returned to earth, the Russian space agency
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Researchers awarded $1.5 million to develop software to process solar astronomy
EurekAlert! - 8 Hours ago
PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 2-Sep-2014 ATLANTA—Researchers in Georgia State University's new Astroinformatics program have been awarded $1.5 million from the National Science Foundation to develop software
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Space Launch Schedule For September 2014
Forbes.com - 17 Hours ago
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket in its hangar. (Credit: SpaceX) Curious to know what’s being launched this month? Here’s a schedule for planned launches in September 2014. It will be updated continuously during
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Labor Day in space: Astronauts get a weightless holiday
Christian Science Monitor - 18 Hours ago
The ISS crew have an 'off-duty day' on Labor Day, so they are free to send emails, shoot photos and videos, work on side projects, and link up with family members via video chat. Right now, NASA astronaut
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‘Sex geckos’ die aboard spacecraft
My Zoo - 16 Hours ago
A TEAM of Russian gecko cosmonauts have all perished in the line of duty, the Russian Federal Space Agency has revealed. The reptiles were popularly referred to as the “sex geckos” because of their
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Ternary blend polymer solar cells with enhanced power conversion efficiency
Nature Photonics - 23 Hours ago
The use ternary organic components is currently being pursued to enhance the power conversion efficiency of bulk heterojunction solar cells by expanding the spectral range of light absorption. Here, we
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