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How Asteroids Could Fuel 'Gas Stations' In Outer Space 
Forbes.com - 6 Hours ago
A piece of the Chelyabinsk meteorite. Famously caught by a number of video cameras, the meteorite fell to earth February 15, 2013 and caused a large amount of damage in the city of Chelyabinsk, Russia.     Add Comment

Adaptive spacetime discontinuous Galerkin method for hyperbolic advection–diffusion  
Numerical Methods in Engineering - 5 Hours ago
SUMMARY Applications where the diffusive and advective time scales are of similar order give rise to advection–diffusion phenomena that are inconsistent with the predictions of parabolic Fickian diffusion     Add Comment

A Few of My Favorite Spaces: the Infinite Earring 
Scientific American - 6 Hours ago
Topology is sometimes described as geometry with beer goggles or geometry without your glasses on. Geometry is the study shapes: the way they lie in space, the way they interact with themselves and each     Add Comment

Could lion's killer be extradited? 
NewsOnFeeds.com - 5 Hours ago
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A killer on the loose: UCLA doctors race to stop superbug outbreak and save patients NewsOnFeeds.com
Can You Match the Celeb to the #TBT Photo? (Spoiler Alert: It's Hard) NewsOnFeeds.com
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People Sleep, Shower, Use Toilet With Their Phones 
Hard OCP - 6 Hours ago
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Take A Virtual Tour Of The International Space Station Hard OCP
The NYC Subway Runs On Technology That Is Nearly 100 Years Old Hard OCP
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People trap themselves in this tiny bubble on a volcano — and it's critical to exploring  
Business Insider - 3 Hours ago
NASA Mauna Loa volcano, HAWAII — What will it be like to live and work on the red planet? To find out, I visited a Mars colony — OK, so it was a small camp near the top of a giant Hawaiian volcano.
People trap themselves on this volcano for 8 months at a time — and it's critical  Business Insider
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T-Minus 12 Days to Perihelion, Rosetta’s Comet Up Close and in 3D 
Universe Today - 46 Minutes ago
We’ve never seen a comet as close as this. Taken shortly before touchdown by the Philae lander on November 12, 2014, you’re looking across a scene just 32 feet from side to side (9.7-meters) or about     Add Comment

Astronauts one third of the way through 'year in space' 
FOXNews.com - 2 Hours ago
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Comet 67/P CAKED in LIFE-GIVING RUBBLE, say astroboffins 
The Register - 3 Hours ago
When the Philae lander failed to touch down cleanly on Comet 67P/Churyumov­-Gerasimenko, the mission looked like a mess. But the probe's four bounces across the comet's surface turn out to have been a     Add Comment

New design brings world's first solar battery to performance milestone 
NewsR.in - 3 Hours ago
Science Enabled   http://t.co/FKbHUpQg6k  2 minutes ago Tony Cirigliano  New design brings world's first solar battery to performance milestone http://t.co/BQC6ROmYX8  3 minutes ago Green Home  New     Add Comment

Go Ask an ISS Astronaut All Your Questions 
Gizmodo - 3 Hours ago
Astronaut Scott Kelly is spending a year on the International Space Station as the hamster in NASA’s giant research wheel. While he’s up there, he’s been busy getting some stunning photos , and right
ISS Astronauts ‘feeling great’ one third of way through year in space International Business Times India
ISS Astronauts 'feeling great' one third of way through year in space International Business Times UK
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New design brings world's first solar battery to performance milestone 
Science Daily - 4 Hours ago
After debuting the world's first solar air battery last fall, researchers have now reached a new milestone. They report that their patent-pending design -- which combines a solar cell and a battery into     Add Comment

^$@+TV]]]]Olympique Marseille:Juventus Live Streaming tv en direct couverture vidéo 
Community Channel - 4 Hours ago
:48 In Arts ,In the news Image for the news result Game Time Thread Juventus vs Olympique Marseille Black & White & Read All Over? – 1 hour ago Olympique Marseille vs JuventusSaturday, August     Add Comment

Nasa releases images of strange shaped asteroid that passed just 4.5 million miles  
Sott.net - 4 Hours ago
This collage of radar images of near-Earth asteroid 1999 JD6 was collected by Nasa on July 25, 2015. The images show the rotation of the asteroid, which made its closest approach on July 24 at 9:55 p.m.     Add Comment

Distant Uranus-sized planet discovered 
Livemint.com - 5 Hours ago
Washington : Astronomers have confirmed the existence of a Uranus-sized exoplanet orbiting far from its central star, discovered through a technique called gravitational microlensing. Nasa’s Hubble
Telescopes Team Up to Find Distant Uranus-sized Planet Through Microlensing ScienceNewsline
Distant Uranus-Sized Exoplanet Discovered NDTV
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Amateur Photographer Captures NASA-like Space Images (Video) 
Picture Correct - 6 Hours ago
Amateur photographer Alan Friedman combines his passions for astronomy and photography by capturing photos of the sun, moon, and other celestial bodies from his own backyard. At a TEDx event, Friedman     Add Comment

UFO Sighting 2015: 3 Giant Spaceships Caught on NASA Camera 
International Business Times India - 6 Hours ago
UFO Sighting Screenshot from YouTube Video In what would spur the interest of UFO (unidentified flying objects) enthusiasts, a fleet of three identical giant spaceships were spotted passing the sun     Add Comment

Blue Moon of 2015 Thrills Skywatchers with Lunar Beauty (Photos) 
Yahoo! News - 7 Hours ago
The second full moon of July wowed skywatchers around the world - and even in space - on Friday, offering the lunar treat of a so-called Blue Moon that won't be seen again until 2018. NASA and Space.com     Add Comment

Butterfly-inspired way to make solar energy cheaper 
Oman Observer - 6 Hours ago
Mimicking the v-shaped posture adopted by a butterfly species to heat up its flight muscles before take-off, the amount of power produced by solar panels can increase by almost 50 per cent, a study led
Butterflies Heat Up the Field of Solar Research Lab Manager
Butterflies heat up solar research Research & Development
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Space Camp gives student a taste of being an astronaut 
Chicago Tribune - 7/31/2015
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>>   Commercial spaceflight news
NTSB Meeting on SpaceShip Two Accident 
Pilots of America - 113 Minutes ago
NTSB met July 28 to discuss the SpaceShip Two Accident. Meeting materials: http://www.ntsb.gov/news/events/Page...ship2_BMG.aspx Abstract of the meeting, including probable cause statement: http://www.ntsb.gov/news/events/Docu...G_abstract.pdf     Add Comment

Air Force Gives SpaceX Benefit Of Doubt, Won’t Decertify Based On Launch Failure 
Defense Daily - 7/31/2015
The Air Force, at the moment, won’t decertify Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX) from competing for military launches because the service doesn’t know if the company’s June 28 Falcon 9 launch     Add Comment

A Non-Comprehensive List of People Buried in Space 
Popular Mechanics - 7/31/2015
Astronomer and JPL researcher Ron Baalke pointed out on Twitter  today that it's the 16th anniversary of the ?impact of the Lunar Prospector onto the moon's surface. Back in 1999, NASA crashed the probe     Add Comment

Air Force Planning Its Own Review Of SpaceX Falcon 9 Mishap 
InsideDefense.com - 7/31/2015
The Air Force is actively following the Federal Aviation Administration-led investigation of SpaceX's Falcon 9 launch failure, a process that will feed its own review of the launch vehicle's reliability.    Add Comment

Members of Congress raise questions about SpaceX investigation in wake of explosion 
Washington Post - 7/31/2015
He might be impatient, perhaps at times surly, the way super smart people are when they feel the world around them isn't keeping up. But no one has ever accused Elon Musk of being lax, or anything but     Add Comment

This Daring Distiller Is Rocketing Whiskey Into Space 
DailyNews724.com - 7/31/2015
What’s smoother than espresso in space? Perhaps Earth’s finest whiskey. In an epic cosmic quest to discover precisely what makes whiskey mellow over time, Suntory Holdings is taking one small, historic     Add Comment

Congress raises questions about SpaceX investigation in wake of explosion 
Washington Post - 7/31/2015
He might be impatient, perhaps at times surly, the way super smart people are when they feel the world around them isn't keeping up. But no one has ever accused Elon Musk of being lax, or anything but     Add Comment

OPINION: Safety standards challenge for Virgin Galactic 
Flight International - 7/31/2015
The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has exposed lapses by Scaled Composites and the US Federal Aviation Administration ahead of the fatal crash of Virgin Galactic ’s SpaceShipTwo , which     Add Comment

XCOR to Raise Ticket Prices for Suborbital Space Plane Flights 
Big News Network - 7/31/2015
SAN JOSE, Calif. - XCOR Aerospace, a company developing a two-seat suborbital spaceplane for tourism and research applications, plans to raise its ticket prices by 50 percent ...
July 31st, 2015 XCOR Aerospace, a company developing a two-seat suborbital spaceplane  Space.com
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Is Space About To Experience A Design Renaissance? 
Fast Company - 7/31/2015
Getting human beings off the planet is the hardest design challenge mankind has ever undertaken. Yet it's also a solved problem: we've been sending people into space since 1961. 50 years later and     Add Comment

Is Space About To Experience A Design Renaissance? 
Global Advisors - 7/31/2015
Will SpaceX and Virgin Galactic push the boundaries of space exploration? Two aerospace experts weigh in. Getting human beings off the planet is the hardest design challenge mankind has ever undertaken.     Add Comment

U.S. lawmakers question NASA Air Force on blast probe led by SpaceX 
Big News Network - 7/31/2015
WASHINGTON Fourteen U.S. lawmakers on Thursday told the Air Force and NASA they had "serious concerns" about the fact that SpaceX is leading an investigation into the June 28 explosion of ...    Add Comment

SpaceX's blast shock delays world's MOST POWERFUL ROCKET 
NewsR.in - 7/31/2015
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U.S. lawmakers question NASA, Air Force on blast probe led by SpaceX 
NewsR.in - 7/31/2015
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US Lawmakers Question NASA, Air Force on Blast Probe Led by SpaceX 
NDTV - 7/31/2015
07:10 IST An unmanned SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explodes after liftoff from Cape Canaveral, Florida, June 28, 2015. (Reuters) Washington: Fourteen US lawmakers on Thursday told the Air Force and NASA     Add Comment

U.S. lawmakers question NASA, Air Force on blast probe led by SpaceX 
Yahoo! Canada - 7/31/2015
By Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Fourteen U.S. lawmakers on Thursday told the Air Force and NASA they had "serious concerns" about the fact that SpaceX is leading an investigation into the June     Add Comment

US lawmakers question NASA, Air Force on blast probe led by SpaceX 
Reuters - 7/31/2015
Fourteen U.S. lawmakers on Thursday told the Air Force and NASA they had "serious concerns" about the fact that SpaceX is leading an investigation into the June 28 explosion of its Falcon 9 rocket, and
US lawmakers question NASA, Air Force on Falcon 9 rocket blast probe led by SpaceX Economic Times
US lawmakers question NASA, Air Force on rocket blast probe led by SpaceX Economic Times
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U.S. Reps call SpaceX Falcon 9 launch certification into question 
Denver Post - 7/31/2015
The June 28 explosion of a Falcon 9 rocket carrying supplies to the International Space Station has members of Congress asking NASA and the U.S. Air Force for assurance that SpaceX is qualified to carry     Add Comment

Congress calls SpaceX Falcon 9 launch certification into question 
Denver Post - 7/30/2015
The June 28 explosion of a Falcon 9 rocket carrying supplies to the International Space Station has members of Congress asking NASA and the U.S. Air Force for assurance that SpaceX is qualified to carry     Add Comment

SPACE 2.0: New Applications & Markets 
Product Design and Development - 7/30/2015
Development of low Earth orbit is ramping up. Many factors are converging to upend old business models and technologies. Space access is no longer ‘gated’ by NASA, giant aero-defense primes and Telcos.     Add Comment
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