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ADSC's 2014 "Rick Marshall Commitment to Excellence in Safety Award" Presented to  
Crawford Financial Planning - 3 Hours ago
PRWeb Hayward Baker Inc. , North America's leader in geotechnical construction, is the recipient of the 2014 Rick Marshall Commitment to Excellence in Safety Award from the International Association     Add Comment

NASA Is 3D-Printing a Better Rocket 
Time - 3 Hours ago
NASA and the U.S. Army are now using additive manufacturing to manufacture lighter, cheaper, and better-performing aircraft parts Consider the injector. It’s a lowly little engine part about as big     Add Comment

Solar Energy Could Pass Fossil Fuels by 2050, IEA Says 
NBCNews.com - 4 Hours ago
There is light at the end of the tunnel when it comes to solar energy, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). In a report released on Monday , the agency said that solar energy could conceivably     Add Comment

Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, Honored at 2014 South-South  
Reuters - 10 Hours ago
PR Newswire NEW YORK, Sept. 30, 2014 NEW YORK , Sept. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki -moon was honored last week during the South-South Awards for his indispensable     Add Comment

One-Man Space Station (1960) 
Wired News - 18 Hours ago
Please note: This post is based on a reader comment on my last post. Please feel free to suggest possible posts; I can’t guarantee that I’ll write them immediately, but at least they’ll shape my thinking     Add Comment

Report: Humans Will Vacation on the Moon in 10 Years 
NewsMax.com - 19 Hours ago
A new report looking into the future of travel predicts that humans will be heading to outer space for vacations. Skyscanner, a travel search and booking engine based in the U.K., writes in its report     Add Comment

The Marshall Mathers Foundation And Carhartt Partner To Offer Charity Hoodie 
Reuters - 20 Hours ago
Foundation to receive 100% of the proceeds from limited edition Carhartt sweatshirt PR Newswire DEARBORN, Mich., Sept. 29, 2014 DEARBORN, Mich. , Sept. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Marshall Mathers     Add Comment

Mars, Incorporated Awarded Best Private Company And Commended For Best B2B Partnership  
KPHO Phoenix - 20 Hours ago
SOURCE Mars, Incorporated Mars awarded Best Private Company for second year running in recognition of "agenda-leading corporate responsibility" MCLEAN, Va. Mars received special recognition in both     Add Comment

Astronaut set to inspire young Derby engineers to aim for the stars 
NewsRT.co.uk - 4 Hours ago
AN astronaut is set to be the star attraction at an event in Derby aimed at inspiring the next generation of engineers. NASA space mission veteran Jean-Francois Clervoy has been confirmed as a guest     Add Comment

Nasa’s Orion capsule in final integration stage for deep-space test flight 
Aerospace Technology - 10 Hours ago
Nasa's Orion exploration capsule has been moved to the Launch Abort System Facility at Kennedy Space Center, Florida, US, for its integration with the launch abort system (LAS). The spacecraft was fuelled     Add Comment

Orbiter sends picture of dust storm on Mars 
The Hindu - 19 Hours ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- Image courtesy: ISRO TOPICS India’s Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) on Monday sent a picture of regional dust storm activities over the northern hemisphere of the     Add Comment

A highway’s ending is a spaceport’s beginning 
Space Review - 19 Hours ago
Texas State Highway 4 doesn’t end so much as fade away. The road, winding east from Brownsville’s small airport, soon narrows from four lanes to two. The outskirts of the city turn into open land, dotted     Add Comment

ULA, Blue Origin and the BE-4 engine 
Space Review - 19 Hours ago
Almost overshadowed by the long-awaited announcement by NASA of its Commercial Crew Transportation Capability (CCtCap) awards on September 16 to Boeing and SpaceX, totaling $6.8 billion, was another significant     Add Comment

Fixing the curse of incumbency: Reward excellence to achieve best value 
Space Review - 19 Hours ago
We’ve all been there. We are waiting to hear results of the latest competition. Performing well on our contract for the government, we’ve groomed and refined our team over the last three years. It’s     Add Comment

Review: The Copernicus Complex 
Space Review - 19 Hours ago
Is life—particularly intelligent life—commonplace or rare in the universe? In recent years there appears to be arguments for both. On the one hand, astronomers have discovered thousands of exoplanets,     Add Comment

Black holes do not exist, claims study 
Times of India - 20 Hours ago
WASHINGTON: Black holes - the most dense objects in the universe that do not even let light escape- do not exist, a physics professor in the US has claimed. Laura Mersini-Houghton at University of North     Add Comment

Soon, you may travel to space in a balloon 
Times of India - 20 Hours ago
BEIJING: A Chinese entrepreneur plans to set up a commercial space project to fly travellers in a manned capsule above the earth surface where they can see the curve of the planet and experience weightlessness.     Add Comment

Russia and China absent from Toronto space conference 
Globe and Mail - 21 Hours ago
Video: Sep. 29 2014 Russia and China are not attending the 65th International Astronautical Congress in Toronto this week. But Canadian Space Agency president Walter Natynczyk says he's confident collaborations
Video Russia and China absent from Toronto space conference Cambodian Times
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Space debris expert warns of increasing CubeSat collision risk 
Noodls - 5 Hours ago
The increasing number of small 'CubeSat' satellites being launched combined with a relaxed attitude to debris mitigation could lead to hazards for all space users unless preventative measures are taken,
Space debris expert warns of increasing small satellite collision risk Cambodian Times
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Blades of grass inspire advance in organic solar cells 
PhysOrg.com - 3 Hours ago
Vertical nanopillars are ideal geometries for getting around the challenges of producing polymer architecture to boost power-conversion efficiency of light to electricity to power electronic devices.     Add Comment
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Space travel and underwater tourism to become reality in 2024: report 
Yahoo! News - 3 Hours ago
In just a decade, the travel industry will step into a revolutionary and historic new chapter for mankind: space and underwater travel. After gazing into their crystal balls, a group of futurologists     Add Comment

Houston, we have a problem: Nevada firm challenges Boeing and SpaceX contract 
MoneyShow.com - 3 Hours ago
Stock Market XML and JSON Data API provided by FinancialContent Services, Inc. Nasdaq quotes delayed at least 15 minutes, all others at least 20 minutes. Markets are closed on certain holidays. Stock     Add Comment

The Blue Origin Engine 
Transterrestrial Musings - 3 Hours ago
There’s a good report on the Bezos/Bruno announcement over at The Space Review .    Add Comment

Rick Perry boasts that Texas is 'still at heart of space race' 
Examiner.com - 3 Hours ago
Texas Gov. Rick Perry engaged in some good, old fashioned Lone Star State braggadocio with a Tuesday post on his official websit e touting Texas as a being “still in the heart of space race.” While mentioning     Add Comment

Richard Branson Is Ready For His Historic Space Trip — He Talks About His Amazing  
Business Insider - 3 Hours ago
Joel Benjamin Henry Blodget: Most management gurus preach the virtue of focus. They'll say you have to focus on one thing, learn how to do it great, crush everybody else. How does Virgin succeed doing     Add Comment

Richard Branson Says He's Ready For Historic Trip Into Space — He Talks About His  
Yahoo! Finance - 3 Hours ago
View gallery . Joel Benjamin Richard Branson, one of the most exuberant and successful entrepreneurs of the last 50 years, stopped by our offices last week. As the conversation below suggests, one of     Add Comment

With His Son At His Side, Richard Branson Says He's Ready For Historic Trip Into  
Yahoo! Finance - 4 Hours ago
View gallery . Joel Benjamin Richard Branson, one of the most exuberant and successful entrepreneurs of the last 50 years, stopped by our offices last week. As the conversation below suggests, one of     Add Comment

Prodea Systems CEO to be Inducted into the International Space Hall of Fame 
WBOY - 3 Hours ago
This article was originally distributed via PRWeb. PRWeb, WorldNow and this Site make no warranties or representations in connection therewith. SOURCE: Anousheh Ansari Recognized as First Female Private
Prodea Systems’ CEO to be Inducted into the International Space Hall... PRWeb
Prodea Systems’ CEO to be Inducted into the International Space Hall of Fame PRWeb
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Video Contest Will Send Winning Marketer Into Outer Space 
Adweek Online - 4 Hours ago
When it comes to hype, business-to-business marketing typically takes a backseat to consumer-based initiatives. But Virool may have found a way to cut through the clutter—even during Advertising Week—as     Add Comment

Nevada aerospace firm challenges NASA's $7 billion Boeing, SpaceX deal 
Orlando Business Journal - 10 Hours ago
Sierra Nevada Corp., an aerospace company based in Nevada, is attempting to stop a deal between NASA and two other aerospace suppliers, claiming its design for the project was better and less expensive     Add Comment

Four aspiring adventurers to win trip to space 
Arab Times - 16 Hours ago
Land Rover launches world’s first competition for group of adventures to win a trip to space. Land Rover launches world’s first Galactic Discovery competition KUWAIT CITY, Sept 29: Four friends are set     Add Comment

Space tourism, underwater resorts and hyper-personalised rooms 
Ehotelier.com - 16 Hours ago
In advance of World Space Week , global travel search site Skyscanner released the third and final part of their Future of Travel 2024 report, predicting that the heights of the Earth’s orbit and the     Add Comment

Chinese entrepreneur eyes balloon-borne space tourism 
China.org.cn - 18 Hours ago
Travel to space in a high-tech balloon. Enjoy unprecedented views of the Earth and Sun before returning to solid ground in a parachute. It may sound like a pitch pulled from science fiction - but if     Add Comment

A highway’s ending is a spaceport’s beginning 
Space Review - 19 Hours ago
Texas State Highway 4 doesn’t end so much as fade away. The road, winding east from Brownsville’s small airport, soon narrows from four lanes to two. The outskirts of the city turn into open land, dotted     Add Comment

ULA, Blue Origin and the BE-4 engine 
Space Review - 19 Hours ago
Almost overshadowed by the long-awaited announcement by NASA of its Commercial Crew Transportation Capability (CCtCap) awards on September 16 to Boeing and SpaceX, totaling $6.8 billion, was another significant     Add Comment

LIT experiment berths on International Space Station 
Engineers Journal - 20 Hours ago
Prof Gary Stutte (left) with Adam Shinners, LIT post-graduate student, with the experiment payload that docked on the International Space Station Limerick Institute of Technology has gone where     Add Comment

ULA, Blue Origin team up on new rocket engine project 
WAAY-TV - 20 Hours ago
United Launch Alliance is partnering with Blue Origin LLC to develop a new rocket engine to replace the Russian-made models that currently power ULA's Atlas rockets. The two companies made the announcement     Add Comment

02:11 Houston, we have a problem: Plans for Boeing and SpaceX to build US... 
NewsRT.co.uk - 20 Hours ago
Work on a pair of U.S. commercial spaceships to ferry astronauts to and from the International Space Station will be delayed after a losing contender protested the Nasa awards. Sierra Nevada Corp, which     Add Comment

Houston, we have a problem: Plans for Boeing and SpaceX to build US 'space taxi'  
NewsRT.co.uk - 21 Hours ago
Work on a pair of U.S. commercial spaceships to ferry astronauts to and from the International Space Station will be delayed after a losing contender protested the Nasa awards. Sierra Nevada Corp, which     Add Comment

‘Space taxi’ project delayed after losing company protests NASA’s contractor picks 
Raw Story - 21 Hours ago
The Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) Dream Chaser flight vehicle is readied for 60 mph tow tests at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center in Edwards, California, in this handout photo courtesy of Nasa taken     Add Comment
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