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SMB Essentials' Eco-Beauty Brand, Lotus Moon, Introduces Corrective Skin Brightening  
SIFMA Foundation - 6 Hours ago
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SMB Essentials’ Eco-Beauty Brand, Lotus Moon, Introduces Corrective Skin Brightening  BizWire Express
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Citizen scientists out of options to rescue old NASA satellite 
Reuters - 5 Hours ago
A valiant effort to put a defunct NASA science satellite back to work came to a disappointing end this week after the 36-year-old spacecraft's propulsion system failed, project organizers said. CAPE CANAVERAL,
Citizen scientists out of options to rescue old NASA satelli … Yahoo! India
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Jellyfish in the sky was a high-flying rocket plume 
New Scientist - 5 Hours ago
(Image: Roskosmos) Deep in the sea or high in the sky? A Russian Soyuz rocket produced this eerie jellyfish-like plume as it climbed up through the thin air of near space. Soon after launch on the morning
Jellyfish in the sky was a high-flying rocket plume - space - 10 July 2014 DailyMe.Com
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'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' to conquer box office 
Los Angeles Times - 5 Hours ago
Thanks to strong reviews, positive word of mouth and fondness for its predecessor, "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" could gross $65 million in ticket sales in the United States and Canada through Sunday,     Add Comment

Oklahoma State research team awarded NASA grant 
Miami Herald - 4 Hours ago
TULSA, Okla. -- A team of researchers from Oklahoma State University campuses in Tulsa and Stillwater have been awarded a $750,000 grant from NASA. The grant announced by OSU on Thursday is for a project     Add Comment

Matt Reeves was 'Planet of the Apes' fan long before directing 'Dawn' 
Los Angeles Times - 11 Hours ago
In the years since the two teamed up to create the 1990s college-set TV series "Felicity," they've had rather different careers.? Reeves spent years turning down movies offered to him, has been turned     Add Comment

Astronauts' under-water gravity training 
CNN - 11 Hours ago
NASA astronauts practice underwater to prepare for spacewalks.    Add Comment

Michigan Aerospace interferometry system headed to International Space Station 
OptoIQ - 71 Minutes ago
Engineering and products company Michigan Aerospace Corporation (MAC; Ann Arbor, MI) delivered a precision interferometric optical system that will be sent to the International Space Station (ISS) via     Add Comment

Maryland Astronaut Aboard ISS Tweets Baltimore Photo From Space 
FOX 45 WBFF - 78 Minutes ago
Updated: Thursday, July 10 2014, 06:45 PM EDT A Baltimore native and graduate of Dulaney High School, G. Reid Wiseman tweeted a photo of Baltimore from his post on the International Space Station earlier     Add Comment

NASA's RapidScat to Unveil Hidden Cycles of Sea Winds 
Jet Propulsion Laboratory - 105 Minutes ago
A 2005 image of Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf of Mexico from NASA's QuikScat scatterometer shows the kind of ocean-wind data that ISS-RapidScat will provide. In this image, the highest wind speeds are     Add Comment

Bid To Reboot NASA Satellite Scuttled 
Sci-Tech Today - 4 Hours ago
ISEE-3 will not be returning home after all. Authors of a plan to revive the forgotten NASA satellite and return it to Earth orbit conceded Wednesday that a failure in the spacecraft's propulsion system     Add Comment

'Gobble Hawk' Wins NASA High-Altitude UAV Design Competition 
Spectrum Online - 5 Hours ago
NASA is very proud of the Global Hawk UAVs that it uses for environmental monitoring missions like keeping track of hurricanes, among other things. We should know: we visited them last year . But Global     Add Comment

Solar-Powered Spacecraft Arriving In 2016? 
UberGizmo - 7 Hours ago
In what looks like Count Dooku’s personal spaceship in Star Wars II: Attack of the Clones, the small spacecraft that you see above also comes with a very of solar-powered sail that it can call its own.     Add Comment

Liquid-selenium-enhanced grain growth of nanoparticle precursor layers for CuInSe2  
Progress in Photovoltaics: Research & Applications - 11 Hours ago
ABSTRACT Large-grained CuInSe 2 absorber layers are synthesized using a non-vacuum process based on nanoparticle ink precursors and selenization by rapid thermal processing (RTP). The use of hydroxide-based     Add Comment

Space-Based Data Better Predicts Floods 
Scientific American - 11 Hours ago
We Suggest: Check the spelling of the web address. Browse through our archive for a magazine article from a specific issue. Click the "Back" button on your browser or go to our home page. Try using     Add Comment

Null-space-based optimal control reallocation for spacecraft stabilization under  
Adaptive Control and Signal Processing - 12 Hours ago
SUMMARY A novel saturated proportional-derivative control incorporated with null-space-based optimal control reallocation is proposed for spacecraft attitude stabilization in the presence of disturbance     Add Comment

Cosmology 101 course 
Lakes Mail - 17 Hours ago
ALIENS, Einstein, black matter, quantum theory and God are just a few of the topics that will be explored in a cosmology course with a difference beginning at Central Coast Community College this month.     Add Comment

Privately-Funded Solar-Powered 'LightSail' Spacecraft to Launch in 2016 
NDTV - 17 Hours ago
A tiny spacecraft designed to sail by the power of the sun is scheduled to launch atop a SpaceX rocket in 2016, a leading US space enthusiast said Wednesday. The Planetary Society's LightSail, an     Add Comment

Private solar spacecraft due to launch 
IAfrica.com - 18 Hours ago
A tiny spacecraft designed to sail by the power of the sun is scheduled to launch atop a SpaceX rocket in 2016, a leading US space enthusiast said on Wednesday. The Planetary Society's LightSail, an     Add Comment

Red and dead future for a galaxy running out of star fuel 
New Zealand Herald - 18 Hours ago
Milkyway Galaxy. Image / Thinkstock A galaxy more than 12 billion light years from Earth is heading for a "red and dead" future because it is running out of the fuel needed to make new stars. The     Add Comment

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