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Florida county still struggling after space shuttle exit
USA Today - 4 Hours ago
Even with a string of high-profile jobs wins on big aerospace and aviation projects, the community long known as Florida's Space Coast still has a long way to go to make up for the thousands of jobs lost
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Canada’s astronauts optimistic about the future of space tourism
Metro Canada - 3 Hours ago
Canadian astronauts Jeremy Hansen and David Saint-Jacques see a booming age of space travel on the horizon. They went head-to-head in the Amazing Canadian Space Race in Toronto on Tuesday, completing
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US and India to collaborate on two space missions
Aerospace Technology - 4 Hours ago
Nasa and the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) have signed agreements to collaborate on an earth-observing satellite and future joint missions to explore Mars. The agreement paves way for creation
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Suomi NPP Satellite Data Used For Mitigating Aviation Related Volcanic Hazards
RF Globalnet - 16 Hours ago
A joint NOAA/NASA satellite is one of several satellites providing valuable information to aviators about volcanic hazards. An aviation "orange" alert was posted on August 18, 2014, for Bárðarbunga, a
Suomi Data Used for Mitigating Aviation Related Volcanic Hazards Ein News
Suomi NPP satellite data used for mitigating aviation-related volcanic hazards Science Daily
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Astronomers discover strong mega stellar flares from nearby red dwarf star
Big News Network - 4 Hours ago
NASA's Swift satellite has recently observed strong, hot and long lasting mega stellar flares from the nearby red dwarf star. The initial blast from this record-setting series of explosions was ...
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Giant Clams' Shiny Shells Could Inspire New Solar Power Tech
LiveScience.com - 3 Hours ago
By Laura Geggel, Staff Writer Date: 01 October 2014 Time: 08:23 AM ET The brilliant blue reflective cells on a giant clam can reflect sunlight for algae living inside its shell. CREDIT: Dan
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Mars Exploration, Earth Observation The Focus Of Joint US And India Collaboration
Red Orbit - 4 Hours ago
Image Caption: The NASA-ISRO Synthetic Aperture Radar (NISAR) mission, targeted to launch in 2020, will make global measurements of the causes and consequences of a variety of land surface changes on
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Superflares From A Nearby Red Dwarf Star Observed By NASA's Swift Satellite
Red Orbit - 4 Hours ago
Image Caption: DG CVn, a binary consisting of two red dwarf stars shown here in an artist's rendering, unleashed a series of powerful flares seen by NASA's Swift. At its peak, the initial flare was brighter
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October Skywatching: Lunar & Solar Eclipses, a Meteor Shower and More
Space.com - 4 Hours ago
Skywatchers have plenty of reasons to look up toward the heavens this month. October brings a number of stargazing treats, including and sun, a dependably dazzling meteor shower, and good opportunities
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Protest Stops NASA's Return To Human Spaceflight
Huffington Post UK - 4 Hours ago
NASA has had to put its human spaceflight program on hold as one of the unsuccessful bidders has put forward a formal complaint of the selection process. The organisation announced last month that both
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Fulfilling Millennials work space wish list pays off for Tampa landlord
Kenya Star - 4 Hours ago
The deck and gathering area outside LakePointe Two. Click through for a virtual tour of some of the Millennial-friendly upgrades at LakePointe One and LakePointe Two. Whats the owner of a dated ...
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U.S. India to collaborate on Mars exploration Earth-observing mission
Kenya Star - 4 Hours ago
In a meeting Sept. 30, 2014 in Toronto, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and K. Radhakrishnan, chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), signed two documents to launch a NASA-ISRO ...
U.S., India to Collaborate on Mars Exploration, Earth-Observing Mission Tutorial Finder
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Blades of grass inspire advance in organic solar cells
Kenya Star - 4 Hours ago
Using a bio-mimicking analog of one of nature's most efficient light-harvesting structures, blades of grass, an international research team has taken a major step in developing long-sought ...
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How to make a perfect solar absorber
Kenya Star - 4 Hours ago
Researchers have developed a solar cell that can tap the sun's full radiation spectrum. The material is a two-dimensional metallic dielectric photonic crystal, and has the additional benefits of ...
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NASA support key to glacier mapping efforts
Kenya Star - 4 Hours ago
Thanks in part to support from NASA and the National Science Foundation, scientists have produced the first-ever detailed maps of bedrock beneath glaciers in Greenland and Antarctica. This new data ...
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US, India to collaborate on Mars exploration
Financial Chronicle - 10 Hours ago
India and the US, after sending their own respective spacecraft into Mars' orbit, have now agreed to cooperate on future explorations of the Red Planet, which America said will yield 'tangible benefits'
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We Have a "Duty" to Explore Space, Says Elon Musk
Technology Daily News - 15 Hours ago
Does humanity deserve to survive, after all the harm we've done? This is one of the main issues tackled in a fascinating interview with Elon Musk, founder of Tesla and SpaceX. published today in Aeon
Elon Musk: We Must Put a Million People On Mars To Safeguard Humanity Slashdot
Elon Musk Wants To Put A Million People On Mars. Here's Why Huffington Post
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NASA ocean data shows 'climate dance' of plankton
Ein News - 16 Hours ago
Sep 30, 2014 - 13:33 GMT The greens and blues of the ocean color from NASA satellite data have provided new insights into how climate and ecosystem processes affect the growth cycles of phytoplankton—microscopic
NASA Ocean Data Shows Climate Dance Of Plankton Kenya Star
NASA Ocean Data Shows ‘Climate Dance’ of Plankton DailyMe.Com
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NASA rocket to study solar heating in six minutes!
Business Standard India - 10 Hours ago
On Sep 30, a rocket will fly up into the sky - past the Earth's atmosphere that obscures certain wavelengths of light from the Sun - for a 15 minute journey to study what heats up the Sun's atmosphere.
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NASA rocket to study solar heating in six minutes!
Yahoo! Malaysia - 10 Hours ago
By | IANS India Private Limited/Yahoo India News – 3 minutes 55 seconds ago Law lecturer Dr Abdul Aziz Bari has opted not to answer any questions from the police in their sedition investigation against
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NASA and ISRO join hands for future Mars missions
Big News Network - 10 Hours ago
NASA and ISRO have agreed to cooperate on future explorations of Mars, which America believes will yield "tangible benefits" to both the countries and the world at large. While attending the ...
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NASA to Drop Former Marine Helicopter to Test New Airframe Design
Kenya Star - 10 Hours ago
NASA engineers will purposely crash a retired U.S. Marine helicopter, retrofitted with various composite subfloors, to see how well an airframe of that material would protect anyone inside the ...
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Vastos Oceanos Sob a Terra
Astrobiology Magazine - 10 Hours ago
Graham Pearson segura um diamante que contém o mineral “ringwoodita” rico em água, uma nova descoberta que gera novas pistas sobre a presença de grandes quantidades de água nas profundezas da Terra. Crédito:
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Conversation with an astronaut: RAF Alconbury students get glimpse of 'final frontier'
Air Force Link - 13 Hours ago
RAF ALCONBURY, England (AFNS) -- From education and training to future missions to Mars and even possible contact with extraterrestrials, students from the elementary, middle and high schools at RAF Alconbury,
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India, US to start dialogue on security and sustainability of outer space
Topnews.in - 13 Hours ago
Washington DC, Oct 1 - Prime Minister Narendra Modi and United States President Barack Obama , in their bilateral talks held on Tuesday at the White House, stated that India and the U. S. will start a
India US to start dialogue on security and sustainability of outer space Kenya Star
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