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CBS Sci-Tech: NASA's Cassini to whiz past Saturn's moon Dione
CBS News - 8/17/2015
Scientists will get one of their best looks at Saturn's moon Dione on Monday, when NASA's Cassini spacecraft flies past this icy satellite. Cassini is expected to come within 295 miles (474 kilometers)
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Photovoltaic Modules feature double-glass design.
ThomasNet - 8/20/2015
SHANGHAI -- JA Solar Holdings Co., Ltd. (Nasdaq: JASO) (JA Solar), one of the world's largest manufacturers of high-performance solar power products, today announced that its standard 60-cell double-glass
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Federer eases into US Open second round; others toil in heat
GMA News Online - 15 Hours ago
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Los Angeles City Council votes to pursue bid for 2024 Summer Olympics GMA News Online
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Apollo 14 astronaut says aliens prevented nuclear war on earth
Kicker Daily News - 8/17/2015
Peace-loving extraterrestrials came to earth to stop a nuclear war between the Soviet Union and the United States of America at the start of Cold War, according to former National Aeronautics and Space
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Astronauts chow down on space-grown lettuce
CHINAdaily USA - 8/17/2015
Astronaut Scott Kelly used a small bottle to spread olive oil and balsamic vinegar on his leaf, much as one might spread ketchup on a hot dog. The red romaine lettuce that was grown in a special box
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Space junk: Startup satellite to map orbiting trash
Nikkei Asian Review - 8/17/2015
SINGAPORE -- Astroscale, a Singaporean space-oriented startup set up by a Japanese national, is gearing up to launch the world's first satellite dedicated to gathering data on space debris trapped in
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India's Mars orbiter sends stunning canyon photo India's Mars Orbiter Mission has
CNET.co.uk - 8/17/2015
The Ophir Chasma as photographed by Mangalyaan's colour camera. ISRO Just in time for India's Independence Day , the country's very first interplanetary mission, the Mars Orbiter Mission, has sent back
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American Factory Output Slides To Slowest Growth Rate Since May 2013
MyInforms - 15 Hours ago
Growth for American factories hit its lowest level since May 2013, according to a report issued on Tuesday by the Institute for Supply Management (ISM), a trade group focused on supply management. The
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Space elevator, a reality soon
The Hindu - 8/19/2015
A Canadian firm is all set to build a 20-km-high elevator to space A Canadian firm has been granted a US patent to build the world’s first-ever space elevator — 20 times the height of the world’s tallest
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Nasa tests space robot with sticky gecko feet
Livemint.com - 8/19/2015
Washington : Inspired by geckos, Nasa has equipped a climbing robot with next-generation sticky feet that could help them carry repair work on the International Space Station (ISS). Thanks to tiny
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Astronaut Sultan bin Salman: 30 years ago
Arab News - 8/17/2015
Wow…was it really 30 years ago? Yes, it was 30 years ago when Saudi astronaut Prince Sultan bin Salman covered a distance of about 3 million miles in 7 days, I hour, 38 minutes and 52 seconds. He was
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Question astronaut gets asked most
Sydney Morning Herald - 8/17/2015
Chris Hadfield constantly thinks in terms of "what could kill me next?" When your job involves flying rocket ships that blow up on a regular basis, the answer is plenty. What an awful situation within
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Structure of chemically deposited Zn(S,O,OH) buffer layer and the effects on the
Progress in Photovoltaics: Research & Applications - 8/17/2015
Abstract The effects of the immersion into a NH 3 aqueous solution on the structural characteristics of the chemically deposited Zn(S,O,OH) layer and photovoltaic performance of the CIGS/Zn(S,O,OH)
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Irish space mission Cumar to launch by end of 2016, says McKenna-Lawlor
Silicon Republic - 8/17/2015
Guest of honour Prof Susan McKenna-Lawlor – who has been involved with missions launched by the five main space agencies, and who is Professor Emeritus at Maynooth University – was on hand to unveil details
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The Multiple Temporalities of Informal Spaces
Geography Compass - 8/17/2015
Abstract This paper explores the various temporalities of wastelands and derelict spaces and how these influence their production, (re)production and use. Commonly conceived as voids within a city's
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Inflatable 'space elevator' invented by scientists
New Zealand Herald - 8/17/2015
It is an idea that every small child has had at some point. Instead of sending up rockets into space, why not simply build a huge lift. Now a Canadian firm has been granted a patent for a 'space elevator'
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Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton's time in office
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Charge Transport In Hybrid Silicon Solar Cells
Photonics Online - 8/20/2015
An HZB team headed by Prof. Silke Christiansen has made a surprising discovery about hybrid organic/inorganic solar cells. Contrary to expectations, a diode composed of the conductive organic PEDOT:PSS
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NASA's Cassini to whiz past Saturn's moon Dione
MyInforms - 8/17/2015
A view of Saturn's moon Dione captured by NASA's Cassini spacecraft during a close flyby on June 16, 2015. The diagonal line near upper left is the rings of Saturn, in the distance. NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space
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Apollo Astronaut Says UFOs Came to Prevent Nuclear War
Demanjo - 8/17/2015
The sixth man to walk on the Moon says that pacifist alien visitors tried to create world peace by disabling missiles during Cold War weapons tests. Edgar Mitchell, who walked on the Moon during the
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New Honda ad has Senna, Type R, Asimo, and astronauts
Uncova - 8/17/2015
Now that Honda is back into the guts-and-performance game automotively speaking the Japanese company has hit the throttle on hardcore imagery Its latest is in an ad for the company itself highlighting
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Satellite smashup created Saturn's narrow F ring
Science Magazine - 8/17/2015
NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute Satellite smashup created Saturn's narrow F ring Saturn’s main rings are sufficiently bright that you need only a small telescope to see them. But just outside their
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14 Women Writers Who Dominate The Universe Of Sci-Fi
Free-i-News - 8/17/2015
In Karen Russell’s “Reeling for the Empire,” a crew of girls are transformed into thread-spinning silkworms, duped by a dark and mysterious man promising a better future. Each girl spends long hours spooling
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ISRO’s Mangalyaan sends back stunning 3D images of Mars
MyInforms - 8/18/2015
Mangalyaan, India’s Mars Orbiter Mission, has sent home stunning three-dimensional images of the Red Planet’s Valles Marineris, the largest canyon system in the solar system. The images taken by Mars
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Batteroo Looks to Save Our Planet by Extending Battery Life
AEC News Room - 8/17/2015
SUNNYVALE, Calif. , Aug. 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --Billions of alkaline batteries used every year are causing environmental harm due to greenhouse gases emitted during battery production, transportation,
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