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NASA Takes to Kansas Skies to Study Nighttime Thunderstorms 
Bloomberg - 22 Hours ago
/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- NASA has joined a multi-agency field campaign studying summer storm systems in the U.S. Great Plains to find out why they often form after the sun goes down instead of during     Add Comment

Marsh & McLennan Agency Acquires J.W. Terrill 
CNBC - 23 Hours ago
St. Louis Agency Expands MMA’s Footprint into Missouri WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC (MMA), a subsidiary of Marsh, today announced it has acquired St. Louis,
Marsh & McLennan Agency Acquires J.W. Terrill Business Wire Yahoo! Finance
Marsh and McLennan Agency Acquires J.W. Terrill SPi World News
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Fashion designer makes space blankets for NASA 
CBS News - 23 Hours ago
Paula Cain once made clothes and purses, but now she works in a lab outside Washington DC turning mylar and netting into blankets that protect satellites in space. CBS News' Mark Albert reports.    Add Comment

Rosetta Found Sinkholes on the Surface of Its Comet 
Wired News - 23 Hours ago
The more information astronomers gain about comets, the more mystifying and wonderful the ancient icy dust balls prove to be. And these days, they’re learning a lot. The European Space Agency’s Rosetta
Rosetta spacecraft sees sinkholes on comet NewsR.in
The Rosetta spacecraft has found sinkholes on the comet Business Insider Australia
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Cosmonaut captures space-time crown with 803 days off Earth 
CNET News - 24 Hours ago
Cosmonaut Gennady Padalka's second home is in space. NASA June 28 was a memorable day for cosmonaut Gennady Padalka, commander of Expedition 44 on the International Space Station. It marked his 803rd
Cosmonaut captures space-time crown with 803 days off Earth Russian cosmonaut Gennady  CNET.co.uk
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See the Asteroid That Came Close to Earth 
Time - 7/1/2015
Astronauts and scientists kicked off the inaugural celebration of Asteroid Day with a talk on asteroid hunting and a live telescope view of the asteroid that passed within 5 million miles of Earth two
Watch Live Footage of the Asteroid That Came Close to Earth Time
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Space Particles Are Helping Map the Inside of Fukushima 
Wired News - 7/1/2015
In just about every industrial factory you’ll see them: huge lead pipes. These move fluid—often super hot, or even steamed water. Over time, the fluids wear the pipes down. Or maybe they get dinged by     Add Comment

Making Solar Panels That Are Eco But Not Ugly 
Worldcrunch - 7/1/2015
GENEVA — "You can have the Ford Model T in any color you want, as long as it's black," Henry Ford once said. The same, for too long, has been true for unsightly solar panels . These models of green     Add Comment

Venus and Jupiter Put on Cosmic Show 
ABC News - 7/1/2015
Venus and Jupiter rise together in a rare conjunction over the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge in the early morning of Aug. 18, 2014 in New York. Stan Honda/AFP/ Venus and Jupiter will appear to
Venus and Jupiter to Put on Cosmic Show ABC News
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Thematic orientation of the ISJ within a semantic space of IS research 
Information Systems Journal - 21 Hours ago
Abstract This study examines research published in the first 24?years of Information Systems Journal's (ISJ) publication history using a thematic space of all information systems (IS) research as the     Add Comment

Hoped-for dark matter flash might be dead stars instead 
New Scientist - 22 Hours ago
DARK matter is keeping to the shadows. A potential sign of the mysterious stuff may actually be due to the husks of dead stars. For decades astronomers have suspected the existence of a form of matter,     Add Comment

NASA Collaborates With DRS Technologies To Create Mid-Infrared Detector 
Photonics Online - 22 Hours ago
NASA scientist Xiaoli Sun and his industry partner have created the world’s first photon-counting detector sensitive to the mid-infrared wavelength bands — a spectral sweet spot for a number of remote-sensing
NASA collaborates with DRS Technologies to create mid-infrared detector NASA/Goddard  EurekAlert!
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Bulk heterojunction thickness uniformity – a limiting factor in large area organic  
physica status solidi a - 23 Hours ago
It is commonly thought that inhomogeneities in the bulk heterojunction thickness of donor:acceptor organic solar cells are a major efficiency-limiting factor in scaling to modules. This is primarily related     Add Comment

Rosetta spots sinkholes and patches of ice on comet's surface 
New Scientist - 23 Hours ago
COMET 67P is having a breakout. In close-ups of its skin, the European Space Agency's Rosetta probe has spotted ice patches and steaming pits, hinting at turmoil within. Like other comets, 67P doesn't
Rosetta spacecraft sees sinkholes on comet Science Daily
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Sun-powered Solar Impulse more than halfway to Hawaii 
9News.com.au - 23 Hours ago
Solar Impulse 2, as it departs Japan after a month-long layover, now headed for Hawaii. (AAP) A solar-powered aircraft flying between Japan and Hawaii as part of a round-the-world bid has passed the
Solar Impulse reaches half way in Japan-US leg Financial Express
Solar Impulse more than halfway to Hawaii 9News.com.au
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Three-step process improves crystal quality of Cu2ZnSnS4 absorber layer and efficiency  
Crystal Research and Technology - 7/1/2015
Cu 2 ZnSnS 4 (CZTS) films are fabricated using the three-step process, including deposition, preheating and sulfurization of Cu–Zn–Sn (CZT) precursors. The effect of preheating temperature on structures,     Add Comment

Digi International Onboard NASA's SOAREX-8 Suborbital Flight 
TMC Net - 7/1/2015
[July 01, 2015] MINNETONKA, Minn. , July 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ? Digi International?, (NASDAQ: DGII) ( www.digi.com ), the M2M solutions expert, today announced that its XBee? ZigBee modules will be
Digi International Onboard NASA's SOAREX-8 Suborbital Flight Digi's XBee Modules  Aviation Today
DIGI : Onboard NASA’s SOAREX-8 Suborbital Flight 4 Traders
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Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine Announces All-New 360 Marketing Campaign 
BevNET - 7/1/2015
C’mon – have some moonshine. It’s bourbon’s hotter, wilder, younger sister. www.olesmoky.com (PRNewsFoto/Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine) GATLINBURG, Tenn., June 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Ole Smoky Tennessee
Ole Smoky® Tennessee Moonshine Announces All-New 360 Marketing Campaign Tamar Securities
Ole Smoky® Tennessee Moonshine Announces All-New 360 Marketing Campaign Individual.com
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U.S. Solar is Producing 50% More Electricity Than We Thought 
Scientific American - 7/1/2015
Actual solar electricity production in the United States is 50% higher than previous estimates, according to new analysis  by the Solar Energy Industries Association ( SEIA ) and  kWh Analytics . All     Add Comment

ISRO Chairman: New Space roadmap soon, but tackling the backlog comes first 
The Hindu - 7/1/2015
Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu A.S.Kiran, Chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). File photo. TOPICS A.S.Kiran Kumar took charge as the eighth Chairman of the     Add Comment
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>>   Commercial spaceflight news
Space will be the battlefield of World War III? 
CNN - 21 Hours ago
Story highlights Authors: Spaceflight, once seen as a peaceful pursuit, is being looked at for military purposes Singer and Cole: This new "arms race" could culminate in a world war in space This was     Add Comment

Beazley Space Expert: SpaceX Loss Points to Break-Even Year 
Individual.com - 22 Hours ago
The recent loss of a Falcon 9 rocket operated by space technology company SpaceX for NASA has raised questions for a space insurance market that had already been facing an uncertain year, according to     Add Comment

SpaceX rocket explosion clouds competition with aerospace giants' ULA for launch  
Upstart Business Journal - 22 Hours ago
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How SpaceX’s launch failure is also a measure of success 
Fortune - 22 Hours ago
As the countdown clock wound down to zero during the launch for SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket, most eyes weren’t on the launch itself but rather on the landing. In the company’s quest to drive down launch     Add Comment

Why SpaceX Will Be Flying Again Quickly 
Transterrestrial Musings - 23 Hours ago
Some thoughts from Iain Thomson: SpaceX doesn’t have those issues; it’s a single company that conceived, designed, built, and flies the Falcon rockets. Finding fault is going to be a lot easier under     Add Comment

NASA FISO Telecon: Bigelow Aerospace's Past Accomplishments, Present Activities,  
SpaceRef - 23 Hours ago
Category : Aeronautics and Astronautics Event Format : Teleconference Date : Wednesday, July 1, 2015 Location : NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, 8800 Greenbelt Road, Greenbelt, MD US Our next     Add Comment

McCain’s RD-180 Stance Unaltered by SpaceX Failure 
Space News - 24 Hours ago
WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said the June 28 failure of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket should not be used as “leverage” to buy more of the     Add Comment

How Will Sunday's Rocket Explosion Affect SpaceX? 
NewsOnFeeds.com - 23 Hours ago
published about 2 hours ago Sunday's explosion of the commercial SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket has put a dent in the booster's impressive track record. SpaceX must fix whatever caused the problem and return     Add Comment

How Will Sunday's Rocket Explosion Affect SpaceX? 
Yahoo! News - 24 Hours ago
Sunday's explosion of the commercial SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket has put a dent in the booster's impressive track record. SpaceX must fix whatever caused the problem and return to flight in order to fulfill     Add Comment

Space Base in New Zealand Picked to Start Private Trips to Orbit 
Bloomberg - 7/1/2015
New Zealand, known for breathtaking scenery and fine wine, will add one more claim to fame when it becomes home to the world’s first commercial space-launch site later this year. A U.S. company, Rocket     Add Comment

US Space Command warns on overly fast Russian rocket engine phase out 
Space Daily - 7/1/2015
Guaranteeing US access to space requires the continued purchase and use of Russia's RD-180 rocket engine, Commander of US Air Force Space Command General John Hyten said on Friday. "I support the     Add Comment

Mars One claims to have 'solved' how humans will survive in a space colony 
Capital Bay - 7/1/2015
Dutch company Mars One has revealed its plan for Mars colonisation An independent study was carried out on its proposal for human missions It surmised that the overall proposal is 'ultimately attainable'     Add Comment

Microsoft Hololens Experiment In Space Goes Up In Smoke Following Rocket Explosion 
Tech Times - 7/1/2015
Two pairs of Microsoft's HoloLens augmented reality headsets were part of the space cargo lost in the explosion of SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket on Sunday. (Photo : NASA) Microsoft's plans to send its new     Add Comment

SpaceX not the final frontier 
CNBC - 7/1/2015
Bruce Weaver | AFP | SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket lifting off from space launch complex 40 at Cape Canaveral, Florida, June 28, 2015. It exploded minutes later. 's rocket carrying     Add Comment

SpaceX not the final frontier 
Crawford Financial Planning - 7/1/2015
While much of the attention has been orbiting SpaceX, analysts say investors should explore its more diversified competitors.    Add Comment

SpaceX rocket explosion clouds competition with Colorado's ULA for launch contracts  
Industrial Info Financials - 7/1/2015
There’s never a good time for a launch failure in the rocket business, but SpaceX’s spectacular mishap Sunday -- a midair explosion shortly after launch-- comes at crucial point in the company’s bid to     Add Comment

SpaceX knows the risks but will blast off again 
Chicago Tribune - 7/1/2015
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Digi International Onboard NASA's SOAREX-8 Suborbital Flight 
TMC Net - 7/1/2015
[July 01, 2015] MINNETONKA, Minn. , July 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ? Digi International?, (NASDAQ: DGII) ( www.digi.com ), the M2M solutions expert, today announced that its XBee? ZigBee modules will be
Digi International Onboard NASA's SOAREX-8 Suborbital Flight Digi's XBee Modules  Aviation Today
DIGI : Onboard NASA’s SOAREX-8 Suborbital Flight 4 Traders
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SpaceXs Falcon 9 Rocket Fails Third Time, Destroys Students' Science Experiment 
Demanjo - 7/1/2015
- Last Updated: 10 hours ago Share on facebook Sunday saw SpaceXs Falcon 9 Rocket fail for the third time. This snag came heavy on a team of students from the Minnehaha Academy in Minneapolis, who     Add Comment

Loss of SpaceX Cargo Resupply Mission No Threat to ISS Crew Security 
NewsR.in - 7/1/2015
The security of the International Space Station crew is not under threat after the launch of the latest SpaceX cargo resupply mission failed on Sunday, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden said. Earlier     Add Comment
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