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All About Crystals: Tiny, Giant, from Mars, from Earth's Mantle, in Medicine and  
BusinessWeek - 6 Hours ago
/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Some 2,500 scientists and experts from around the world will gather next month in Montreal for the largest international meeting of the year devoted to crystallography -- a     Add Comment

Burson-Marsteller Names Michael Law U.S. CEO 
CNBC - 6 Hours ago
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Burson-Marsteller, a leading global public relations and communications firm, today announced that Michael Law has been named U.S. CEO, effective Sept. 1. Law will succeed
BURSON-MARSTELLER : Names Michael Law U.S. CEO 4 Traders
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NASA Selects Environmental Test and Integration Services II Contract 
BusinessWeek - 4 Hours ago
/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- NASA has awarded the Environmental Test and Integration Services II (ETIS II) contract to Sierra Lobo, Inc of Fremont, Ohio. The contract will support the Applied Engineering     Add Comment

'Colossal bad luck' Dinosaurs were hit by asteroid when they were at their most  
BBC - 12 Hours ago
Dinosaurs were wiped out by an asteroid impact when they were at their most vulnerable, according to a new study. Dr Steve Brusatte, of Edinburgh University, said sea level rises and volcanic activity     Add Comment

NASA rover breaks out-of-this-world distance record 
MSN Philippines - 118 Minutes ago
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Reporters Invited to NASA Hurricane Airborne Mission Media Day at Wallops 
BusinessWeek - 4 Hours ago
/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Media are invited to learn about NASA's Hurricane and Severe Storm Sentinel (HS3) airborne mission from scientists and pilots and see the remotely-piloted aircraft used in the     Add Comment

U.S. Mars rover Opportunity sets off-world driving record: NASA 
Xinhua News Agency - 2 Hours ago
WASHINGTON, July 28 (Xinhua) -- U.S. space agency NASA said Monday that its Opportunity rover, working on Mars since January 2004, passed 25 miles (40 kilometers) of total driving Sunday, setting a distance     Add Comment

Map Reveals 101 Geysers on Saturnian Moon Enceladus 
NBCNews.com - 74 Minutes ago
Water vapor is spewing into space from 101 separate geysers on Enceladus, an ice-covered moon of Saturn that's thought to harbor a subsurface ocean and perhaps life as well. That tally comes from a 6.5-year     Add Comment

101 Geysers Spotted on Saturn Moon 
National Geographic - 76 Minutes ago
Dramatic plumes, both large and small, spray water ice and vapor from many locations along the famed “tiger stripes” near the south pole of Saturn’s moon Enceladus. Courtesy NASA/JPL Erupting from fractures,     Add Comment

NASA prepares Mars orbiters for comet close encounter 
Gizmag - 86 Minutes ago
In October, Mars will encounter comet C/2013 A1 Siding Spring , which will come closer to the Red Planet than any recorded comet has passed to Earth. This spectacular event isn't just an astronomical     Add Comment

Mutations from Venus, Mutations from Mars 
Noodls - 5 Hours ago
Weizmann Institute reers explain why genetic fertility problems can persist in a population Various theories explain the survival of harmful mutations: A gene that today causes obesity, for example     Add Comment

ViaSat acquires Gray Labs' modem, design technology assets 
Telecompaper - 5 Hours ago
Satellite and wireless networking systems and services provider, ViaSat has expanded its satellite data communication technology base with the acquisition of a high-rate modem product line and custom
ViaSat buys satellite modem/spacecraft tech Seeking Alpha
ViaSat Gains High-Rate Modem and Design Technologies with Acquisition of Assets  KTVN
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Fresh images from Rosetta reveals surface detail of comet quarry 
Gizmag - 6 Hours ago
The ESA's Rosetta spacecraft is now close enough to its target, the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko (67P), to begin to discern some of the surface features marking the face of the lonely wanderer. Taken     Add Comment

Delta Aquarid Meteor Shower to Peak Tonight 
Discovery Channel - 4 Hours ago
Related Links The Delta Aquarid meteor shower is peaking from tonight (July 28) into Tuesday (July 29), and even if you can't catch the cosmic show in person, you can still see live views of the
Delta Aquarid Meteor Shower Peaks Tonight: How to Watch it Live Online Yahoo! UK and Ireland
Delta Aquarid Meteor Shower 2014 Live Stream: Where To Watch, How To View July's  Austin American Statesman
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World’s largest solar boat on Greek prehistoric mission 
Mpumalanga News - 81 Minutes ago
The world’s largest solar boat, the catamaran PlanetSolar, will embark on a Greek mission to find one of the oldest sites inhabited by man in Europe, an organiser said Monday. AFP | 28 July 2014 20:20
World's largest solar boat on Greek prehistoric mission Interaksyon
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Could dinosaurs have survived the asteroid impact that made them extinct? 
Mother Nature Network - 11 Hours ago
The space rock that wiped out most of the dinosaurs may have had a colossal case of bad timing. If the impact had occurred a few million years earlier or later, more of the majestic beasts may have survived,     Add Comment

Dark Matter Search Enters Round 2 
Scientific American - 11 Hours ago
Three experiments will begin upgrades that could help them corner the particles responsible for the universe’s missing mass   Jul 28, 2014 | By Clara Moskowitz | Dark matter scientists are doubling     Add Comment

Had the asteroid hit at a different time… 
The Hindu - 12 Hours ago
Dinosaurs might have survived the catastrophic impact that ended their reign had the devastating asteroid that slammed into the Earth arrived at a "more convenient time", a scientist has claimed. As a     Add Comment

Asteroid Timing Erased the Dinosaurs? 
National Geographic - 12 Hours ago
Wrong place. Wrong time. Dinosaurs didn't have to die off, but the space impact that blasted the Earth some 66 million years ago arrived at a most inopportune moment for the long-time rulers of the planet,     Add Comment

Why Track Animals From Space? 
National Geographic - 13 Hours ago
In the olden days of scientific research, the only way to know how many buffalo roamed the prairie or monkeys bounced around the rain forest was to trek out there and take a head count. But thanks     Add Comment
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>>   Commercial spaceflight news
SpaceUnited Director Accepts Dragon Project Full-Time Engineering Position At SpaceX 
PRLog - 85 Minutes ago
- Jul. 28, 2014 - Contact: Adam Brinckerhoff, SpaceUnited 720-336-9638 adam.brinckerhoff@spaceunited.org http://spaceunited.org/ (http://spaceunited.org/) Arvada, CO - Colorado-based humanitarian     Add Comment

Russia Restores Contact with Gecko-Filled Space Capsule 
Yahoo! Maktoob News - 115 Minutes ago
By by | SPACE.com  –  A Russian space capsule carrying more than 20 science experiments — including a habitat full of geckos on a mission to mate in orbit — was feared to be in trouble for a few days     Add Comment

SpaceX claims it will colonise the SOLAR SYSTEM by 2100 
Capital Bay - 5 Hours ago
Comments came from president, Gwynne Shotwell, in a radio interview She said California-based firm will make the human race ‘multiplanetary’ Within the next ten years, the company hopes to send people     Add Comment

SpaceX says it will be the most widely used transport company in the SOLAR SYSTEM  
Austin American Statesman - 6 Hours ago
SpaceX has said that it will dominate travel services in the entire solar system within 100 years. The comments came from president, Gwynne Shotwell, during a radio interview in which she said the Californian     Add Comment

Launch plane for private spacecraft unveiled, July 28, 2008 
EDN.com - 11 Hours ago
In front of several VIPs, media, and more than 100 individuals who had already signed up to be among the first wave of space tourists ferried into space by a private carrier, Virgin Galactic’s Sir Richard     Add Comment

Boot up Bose v Beats SpaceX v US Military and Criminals v Facebook 
Big News Network - 15 Hours ago
Beats' products that allegedly use the technology "can also be used for noise cancellation when no music is played, a feature that Beats also advertises," the suit states. "Thus, ...    Add Comment

Boot up: Bose v Beats, SpaceX v US Military, and Criminals v Facebook | Technology 
DailyMe.Com - 15 Hours ago
A quick burst of 8 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamBose accuses Beats of using patented noise-cancelling tech >>> Ars Technica [1]Beats’ products that allegedly use the technology     Add Comment

Camden County manager to be part of space summit 
Florida Times-Union - 7/27/2014
Camden County manager Steve Howard will travel to Atlanta on Tuesday to attend a meeting of aerospace industry professionals, state politicians and academic leaders. Howard has been invited to sit on     Add Comment

What Richard Branson Wants You To Learn From A Virgin Galactic Intern 
Business Insider Australia - 7/27/2014
Virgin Group billionaire Richard Branson wants people to stop telling kids that something is out of their reach. In a new LinkedIn Influencer post , he tells the story of a Virgin Galactic intern named     Add Comment

SpaceX Will Dominate The Solar System In 2100 
DailyMe.Com - 7/27/2014
REUTERS/Michael Brown SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell smiles after a news conference at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida February 28, 2013. In an interview with Marketplace radio[1],     Add Comment

SpaceX executive calls for $22-25 billion NASA budget 
Ein News - 23 Hours ago
Jul 27, 2014 - 17:50 GMT While participating in a panel called “The US Space Enterprise Partnership” at the NewSpace Conference that was held by the Space Frontier Foundation on Saturday, SpaceX Chief     Add Comment

SpaceX President Says Company Will Dominate The Solar System In 2100 
Business Insider Australia - 7/27/2014
In an interview with Marketplace radio , SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell talked with host Ben Johnson and predicted a boffo future for the startup rocketmaker. In as little as ten years, SpaceX could     Add Comment

Inhabitat’s Week in Green: bonsai in space, rising sea levels and the blood of horseshoe  
Engadget - 7/27/2014
Each week our friends at recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green. Google has a long list of environmental initiatives -- and its
Inhabitat's Week in Green: bonsai in space, rising sea levels and the blood of horseshoe  Engadget
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SpaceX releases video of rocket splashing into the ocean 
DailyMe.Com - 7/27/2014
Aerospace company SpaceX has released a video of its attempt to return part of its Falcon 9 rocket to Earth. It's what SpaceX engineers call a "soft landing," though "soft" in this case is a relative     Add Comment

NASA clears SpaceX for Monday cargo launch 
Ein News - 7/27/2014
Jul 25, 2014 - 21:55 GMT NASA clears SpaceX for Monday cargo launch BY WILLIAM HARWOOD STORY WRITTEN FOR CBS NEWS "SPACE PLACE" & USED WITH PERMISSION     Add Comment

Dragon returns to port with space station cargo 
Ein News - 7/27/2014
Jul 25, 2014 - 21:53 GMT BY STEPHEN CLARK SPACEFLIGHT NOW Posted: May 20, 2014 Two days after splashdown in the Pacific Ocean with more than     Add Comment

NASA: 2015 Budget Reveals Ambitious Plans for Future Space Exploration 
The Guardian Express - 7/26/2014
NASA revealed ambitious plans for future space exploration this March in its 2015 budget proposal. The agency is utilizing private companies to work in a joint partnership that is mutually beneficial     Add Comment

Video: SpaceX Falcon 9 first stage return 
Florida Today - 7/26/2014
Video shows the first stage re-entry and landing of a Falcon 9 rocket after its successful launch on July 14, 2014. The first stage landed softly in the Atlantic Ocean. Video by SpaceX.    Add Comment

NASA Exploration Goals May Have New Hope in Private Space Companies 
The Guardian Express - 7/26/2014
NASA’s new hope for space exploration may lie in private space companies. The government’s fiscal year budget for 2015 was a blow to astronomers, slashing funds for things such as the “Stratospheric Observatory     Add Comment

James Webb Space Telescope's giant sunshield test unit unfurled first time 
PhysOrg.com - 12 Hours ago
08:30, Astronomy & Space/Space Exploration The sunshield test unit on NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope is unfurled for the first time. Credit: NASA The huge Sunshield test unit for NASA's James Webb
James Webb Space Telescope’s Giant Sunshield Test Unit Unfurled First Time Ein News
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