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Why the next Russian space mission is suddenly so critical 
Washington Post - 23 Hours ago
SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket explodes after taking off from Cape Canaveral, Fla., on Sunday. (Photo courtesy: NASA) The last two attempts to resupply the International Space Station in unmanned rockets     Add Comment

Burson-Marsteller Launches US-based Cuba Specialty Offering 
Tutorial Finder - 24 Hours ago
Company News: Page (1) of 1 - 07/02/15 print page Agency is First Mover with Team Dedicated to Strategic and Communications Counsel on Eventual Market Entry into Cuba (July 02, 2015) NEW
WPP : Burson-Marsteller : Launches US-based Cuba Specialty Offering 4 Traders
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New images reveal Pluto's mysterious spots 
CNET Reviews - 7/2/2015
The two faces of Pluto in colour. The image on the right shows the spots. NASA Spots aren't the sole province of Jupiter. Pluto is also spotty, according to images taken by NASA's New Horizon probe,
New images reveal Pluto's mysterious spots NASA's New Horizons spacecraft has returned  CNET.co.uk
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Ball's Packaging Graphics Expertise Recognized at IMDA's 2015 Excellence in Quality  
Reuters - 7/2/2015
PR Newswire BROOMFIELD, Colo., July 2, 2015 BROOMFIELD, Colo. The IMDA's annual competition is judged by graphic art professionals and recognizes companies worldwide that offer dynamic, high quality
Ball Aerospace Delivers Optical Reference Flight Units to JPL for NASA's GRACE Follow... CNN Money
Ball : Aerospace Delivers Optical Reference Flight Units to JPL for NASA's GRACE  4 Traders
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Asteroids: The Greatest Threat to Planetary Extinction 
Bloomberg - 7/2/2015
In today's "Morning Must Read," Bloomberg’s Michael McKee recaps the op-ed pieces and analyst notes providing insight behind today's headlines on "Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)    Add Comment

Construction of 24-story space launch center completes in S China 
People.com.cn - 7/2/2015
The construction of China's first coastal launch base has finished recently. Wenchang Satellite Launch Center, located in south China's Hainan province, is 24 stories high and its construction began     Add Comment

Here's the view from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft as it approaches Pluto 
Business Insider Australia - 7/2/2015
It’s taken nine years to travel nearly 5 billion kilometres, and we’re now just a couple of weeks away from getting the first proper look at our most controversial planet. On July 14, NASA’s New Horizons     Add Comment

Solar Impulse Pilot Breaks Solo Endurance Flight Record 
NBCNews.com - 7/2/2015
The Solar Impulse solar-powered plane was most of the way from Japan to Hawaii on Wednesday, and after 76 hours and 45 minutes at the helm, pilot Andre Borschberg broke the world record for solo endurance     Add Comment

'Bartesian' is a Keurig-like machine, but for alcohol (Tomorrow Daily 201) Khail  
CNET.co.uk - 7/2/2015
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We visit the Henson Creature Shop to talk about 'Zoo' (Tomorrow Daily 200) Ashley  CNET.co.uk
We visit the Henson Creature Shop to talk about 'Zoo' (Tomorrow Daily 200) CNET Asia
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8 Little-Known Facts about the Hubble Telescope 
Machine Design - 23 Hours ago
Jul 2, 2015 by Stephen Mraz in A Skeptical Engineer Comments 0 The Hubble telescope has been orbiting Earth for 25 years collecting data on distant celestial objects, thanks to engineers at Perkins-Elmer     Add Comment

Spacecraft detects frozen methane on Pluto 
CBC - 23 Hours ago
NASA's New Horizons spacecraft has detected frozen methane on Pluto's surface. The spacecraft used its infrared spectrometer to find the odourless, colourless gas, NASA announced this week. Astronomers     Add Comment

Best-ever images of Pluto reveal baffling pepperoni slices 
New Scientist - 23 Hours ago
(Image: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute) Pluto's veil is lifting. This closest-ever snapshot of the dwarf planet and its moon Charon shows two separate     Add Comment

Nasa’s Mars landing aircraft prepares to take first flight 
Aerospace Technology - 7/2/2015
Nasa is preparing to conduct the first flight of its preliminary research aerodynamic design to land on Mars (Prandtl-m) flying wing aircraft later this year. Prandtl-m will be launched from a balloon     Add Comment

NASA Shows Off Plane That Will Glide Over Mars (Photo) 
RTTNews.com - 7/2/2015
NASA has revealed photos of the aircraft it intends on sending to Mars. The space agency says a prototype of the "Preliminary Research Aerodynamic Design to Land on Mars" (Prandtl-m) will be ready for     Add Comment

Rosetta spacecraft finds massive sinkholes on comet's surface 
CBC - 7/2/2015
The comet being studied by Europe's Rosetta spacecraft has massive sinkholes in its surface that are nearly wide enough to swallow Egypt's Great Pyramid of Giza, research published on Wednesday shows.
Rosetta spacecraft spies dynamic sinkholes on a comet Christian Science Monitor
Rosetta Finds Sinkhole-Like Pits On Comet 67P Generating Dust Jets International Business Times
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Stability of inverted organic solar cells with low-temperature ZnO buffer layer  
physica status solidi a - 7/2/2015
In this work, the long-term stability for inverted organic solar cells (OSCs) using a poly(3-hexylthiophene-2, 5-diyl):[6, 6]-phenyl C 61 butyric acid methyl ester blend and a low-temperature ZnO buffer     Add Comment

Solar Explosion Tracking Improvement Lengthens Time To Prep For Tech Disruption  
Scientific American - 7/2/2015
We currently have a maximum of about 60 minutes to prepare for tech disruptions on Earth due to coronal mass ejections from the sun, but an improved forecasting system could lengthen that lead time by
Improved Solar Storm Tracking Lengthens Prep Time for Tech Disruption NewsR.in
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ChemInform Abstract: Vegetable-Based Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells 
ChemInform - 7/2/2015
Reviews Giuseppe Calogero, Antonino Bartolotta, Gaetano Di Marco, Aldo Di Carlo and Francesco Bonaccorso Article first published online: 2 JUL 2015 DOI: 10.1002/chin.201529321 © 2015 WILEY-VCH Verlag     Add Comment

ChemInform Abstract: Polymer Electrolyte for Photoelectrochemical Cell and Dye-Sensitized  
ChemInform - 7/2/2015
How to Cite Rahman, M. Y. A., Ahmad, A., Umar, A. A., Taslim, R., Su'ait, M. S. and Salleh, M. M. (2015), . ChemInform, 46: no. doi: 10.1002/chin.201529328    Add Comment

ChemInform Abstract: Triflic Acid Mediated Cascade Cyclization of Aryldiynes for  
ChemInform - 7/2/2015
Abstract Substrates bearing an ortho-anisole substituent are transformed to the heterocyclic title scaffold in the presence of TfOH (mechanism).    Add Comment

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