Quantcast Omnologos Space News
Omnologos Space News By Omnologos Ltd
Omnologos Space News January 24, 2015 members login here
>>   Space science
Milton Rosen, engineer and NASA executive, dies at 99 
Washington Post - 71 Minutes ago
By Megan McDonough, Milton W. Rosen, a rocket engineer and early NASA executive who led the United States’ first satellite venture, Project Vanguard, died Dec. 30 at a retirement community in Bethesda,
Milton Rosen, rocket engineer and NASA executive, dies at 99 Washington Post
all 1 news articles >>    Add Comment

Latest images from Rosetta, the comet chaser 
CNN - 4 Hours ago
Rosetta: The comet chaser 27 photos Rosetta: The comet chaser – The Rosetta spacecraft snapped this wide-angle view of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko in September 2014. It was released January 22,     Add Comment

Asteroid makes close pass by Earth Monday 
Woodstock Sentinel-Review - 4 Hours ago
TORONTO -  Time to whip out some popcorn and a telescope. A large asteroid is expected to pass Earth on Monday night and, according to one York University professor, Canada has scored great seats     Add Comment

New telescope seeks dust trails of other earths 
24Dunia - 51 Minutes ago
(The Large Binocular Telescope Interferometer perches atop Mount Graham. Credit: NASA JPL)A new NASA instrument designed to study dust in the so-called habitable zone around a star may help future missions     Add Comment

Rosetta reveals new details about comet 
The Nation Pakistan - 77 Minutes ago
AFP WASHINGTON The European Space Agency’s Rosetta probe, which sent the Philae lander onto a comet’s surface in November, has revealed unexpected details about these celestials balls of ice, dust,
Rosetta Comet Mission: Comet 67P is Leaking, 40 Ounces of Water Released Per Second,  Hngn.com
It's alive! Rosetta probe's new data on comet origins Channel 4
all 13 news articles >>    Add Comment

Mystery galactic bubble traveling at breakneck speed 
Sott.net - 83 Minutes ago
© NASA, ESA and A. Field (STScI) This NASA graphic shows how scientists used Hubble Space Telescope observations of a distant quasar to discover that two giant gas bubbles are erupting from the Milky
Huge Milky Way Gas Bubbles Clocked at 2 Million Mph Yahoo! UK and Ireland
all 1 news articles >>    Add Comment

Asteroid as huge as a mountain to fly by Earth 
Asian Age - 37 Minutes ago
A relatively large asteroid, designated 2004 BL86, is going to fly by Earth at a very safe distance of 1.2 million km. This interplanetary visitor is roughly a third of a mile across and is the largest     Add Comment

NASA planning Mars Helicopter to assist future rovers 
Mashable - 5 Hours ago
UTC The amount of data and stunning imagery being delivered by NASA's Curiosity rover has given us new insight into Mars, but a new concept vehicle for future missions could dramatically increase our     Add Comment

'Pillars of Creation' gets Hubble upgrade 
CNN - 9 Hours ago
Story highlights A 1995 image of the "Pillars of Creation" became iconic The new images give an even more spectacular view -- and new insight The Hubble Space Telescope revisited the so-called "Pillars     Add Comment

Forget The Big Asteroid Buzzing Earth; Worry About What We Can't See 
Forbes.com - 11 Hours ago
Perhaps you’ve heard by now that on Monday the stadium-sized asteroid  2004 BL86 will make a close but non-threatening pass by the Earth, near enough that you might be able to watch it whizz by with a     Add Comment

Big asteroid to fly by Earth on Monday 
MSN Philippines - 1/24/2015
© Provided by The Philippine Star CLARK FREEPORT, Pampanga – An asteroid discovered in 2004 will soar past Earth later this month, the closest it can get to the planet for the next     Add Comment

Huge asteroid to zoom past Earth Monday 
Christian Science Monitor - 1/24/2015
Roughly 1,800 feet wide, Asteroid 2004 BL86 will whiz past our planet with a comfortable 745,000 miles of clearance, scientists say. An artist’s concept of a near-Earth asteroid flying close to Earth.
Mountain-Size Asteroid to Fly by Earth Monday Sudan Vision Daily
Mountain-sized asteroid will fly by Earth, Monday MSN Canada
all 3 news articles >>    Add Comment

Last tests for solar plane before coast-to-coast flight 
New Scientist - 5 Hours ago
Paul Marks, senior technology correspondent (Image: J. Revillard/Solar Impuse) A solar-powered aircraft has this week been plying the skies around Moffett Field in San Francisco, California, as     Add Comment

Asteroid makes close pass at Earth Monday 
CNEWS - 9 Hours ago
Asteroid makes close pass at Earth Monday    Add Comment

Nasa's spacecraft nears Pluto 
New Zealand Herald - 12 Hours ago
Nasa's New Horizons spacecraft has travelled 5 billion kilometres and is nearing the end of its nine-year journey to Pluto. Late today it begins photographing the mysterious, unexplored, icy world once
Pluto smile for the camera NASA spacecraft approaches Big News Network
Its showtime NASA spacecraft almost to Pluto Big News Network
all 11 news articles >>    Add Comment

NASA Spinoff 2015 Lists Space Technologies Making Life Better on Earth 
World Industrial Reporter - 12 Hours ago
Released January 24, 2015 The 2015 edition of NASA’s annual Spinoff publication highlights some of NASA’s technologies whose origins lie in space exploration, but now have broader applications.     Add Comment

Huge Asteroid To Fly Past Earth On Monday 
Sky News - 13 Hours ago
An asteroid measuring up to 1,800ft across will hurtle past the Earth on Monday, NASA scientists say. The rock, called 2004 BL86, will miss us by 745,000 miles - about three times the distance between     Add Comment

Ask the Experts: How Do Amateur Astronomers Discover Comets? 
Scientific American - 13 Hours ago
Prolific comet hunter Terry Lovejoy shares his secrets | By Clara Moskowitz | Australian IT specialist Terry Lovejoy moonlights as an amateur astronomer with five comet discoveries under his belt.     Add Comment

Square Kilometre Array: The Cosmology Engine 
RF Globalnet - 16 Hours ago
Astronomers prepare to map the Universe with largest radio telescope ever built An international team of scientists have joined forces to lay the foundations for an experiment of truly astronomical     Add Comment

Saturn steals the moon's place in stunning city view 
Africa News Wire - 17 Hours ago
Mining Industry News and Mining press releases from public and private companies. Mining Newswire accepts press releases and headline news. Unlimited Mass Media SEO Press Release Distribution with
Saturn steals the moon's place in stunning city view What if it were Saturn's rings  CNET.co.uk
Replacing our moon with other planets yields stunning views What if it were Saturn's  CNET.co.uk
all 3 news articles >>    Add Comment
>>   Commercial spaceflight news
How small investors can get in on hot startups like SpaceX, Ubervisit|article-6031190|river-44317-1col-hp-39|1 
San Francisco Chronicle - 109 Minutes ago
__    Add Comment

How small investors can get in on hot startups like SpaceX, Ubervisit|article-6031190|river-44317-1col-hp-38|1 
San Francisco Chronicle - 2 Hours ago
__    Add Comment

How small investors can get in on hot startups like SpaceX, Ubervisit|article-6031190|river-44317-1col-hp-37|1 
San Francisco Chronicle - 3 Hours ago
__    Add Comment

SpaceX Withdraws Lawsuit Against U.S. Air Force 
Hngn.com - 9 Hours ago
01:18 PM EST Space X Falcon 9 Rocket (Photo : Reuters/Michael Berrigan) Elon Musk's SpaceX and the United States Air Force are not fans of each other. SpaceX sued the Air Force last     Add Comment

SpaceX, Air Force settle lawsuit over ULA launch contract 
Fat Pitch Financials - 10 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

SpaceX drops lawsuit alleging Air Force rigged contract to launch military satellites 
Canadian Business Magazine - 10 Hours ago
WASHINGTON – A spacecraft company run by billionaire Elon Musk has dropped a lawsuit alleging the U.S. Air Force improperly awarded a contract to launch military satellites to a joint venture between
Elon Musk's SpaceX drops lawsuit against Air Force Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland
all 1 news articles >>    Add Comment

Musk’s SpaceX Settles With Air Force in Suit Over Launches 
24Dunia - 12 Hours ago
Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies Corp. on Friday said it would drop a lawsuit brought against the Pentagon and the two largest defense contractors that attempted to break up an $11 billion deal     Add Comment

How small investors can get in on hot startups like SpaceX, Ubervisit|article-6031190|river-44317-1col-hp-36|1 
San Francisco Chronicle - 12 Hours ago
__    Add Comment

Airborne 01.23.15: Google/SpaceX Bucks, Pet Aero-Rescue, Return of the P-3? 
Aero-News Network - 13 Hours ago
Also: Disruptive Innovation, V22 Ospreys, USAF Lets Bluebook Loose, Dawn and Ceres, FAASTeam Virtual Safety Stand Down As SpaceX’s Elon Musk pushes ahead on his development of rocket and delivery systems     Add Comment

SpaceX drops suit challenging Boeing-Lockheed satellite contract 
Big News Network - 18 Hours ago
The Seattle Times Friday 23rd January, 2015 Billionaire Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies Corp. agreed to drop its lawsuit challenging U.S. contracts for military satellite launches awarded     Add Comment

SpaceX Air Force settle lawsuit over ULA launch contract 
Big News Network - 18 Hours ago
Business Journal Friday 23rd January, 2015 An Atlas V rocket launches the Space-based Infrared Systems GEO-2 satellite from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in California in March, 2013. SpaceX     Add Comment

SpaceX to drop suit against Air Force 
Denver Post - 19 Hours ago
Billionaire Elon Musk's Space Exploration Technologies has agreed to drop its lawsuit challenging U.S. contracts for military satellite launches awarded to Centennial-based United Launch Alliance, a joint     Add Comment

SpaceX, Air Force Settle Satellite Launch Contract Suit 
Law360 - 23 Hours ago
By Michael Lipkin Law360, San Diego (January 23, 2015, 9:53 PM ET) -- Space Exploration Technologies Corp. on Friday dropped its Federal Claims suit protesting the Air Force’s exclusive five-year contract     Add Comment

Singer Sarah Brightman trains as space tourist in freezing Russian forest 
ABC Online - 23 Hours ago
British singer Sarah Brightman is taking part in a gruelling 72-hour survival course in a snowy Russian forest to train for her upcoming role as a space tourist. The soprano, known for glamorous starring
Singer Sarah Brightman trains as space tourist ABC Online
all 1 news articles >>    Add Comment

SpaceX and Air Force make peace, more rocket launches now up for grabs 
Cyber Parse - 22 Hours ago
SpaceX and the US Air Force have reached an agreement regarding a lawsuit filed by the former, but really, it’s more of a victory for Elon Musk’s company. What lawsuit, you ask? It’s the one the commercial     Add Comment

SpaceX makes nice with Air Force, gets shot at black ops launches 
The Register - 1/24/2015
Private launch fim SpaceX has settled its feud with the US Air Force over the rights to launch national security payloads. The company said that it would be able to compete with United Launch Alliance     Add Comment

Rival Space Internets Vie For Sky Pie 
Scientific American - 1/24/2015
About half the world’s population doesn’t have access to the Internet , for a variety of reasons. Now two prominent entrepreneurs say they’ll address the tech issues contributing to this digital divide.     Add Comment

Virgin Galactic to test new rocket without longtime aerospace partner 
Stars and Stripes - 23 Hours ago
The fatal crash last week of an experimental rocket ship designed to shoot wealthy tourists into space raises serious safety issues, including questions over pilot error, the escape system for its crew,     Add Comment

How small investors can get in on hot startups like SpaceX, Ubervisit|article-6031190|river-44317-1col-hp-35|1 
San Francisco Chronicle - 1/24/2015
__    Add Comment

SpaceX, Air Force Settle Lawsuit over ULA Blockbuy 
Space News - 1/24/2015
WASHINGTON – SpaceX will drop its lawsuit against the U.S. Air Force in exchange for the service making more national security launch missions available for competition, the two parties announced Jan.     Add Comment

Already a member? Sign in
Email Address:
Forget your password?

Build a News Circle   |   Get News Briefings   |   Congoo News Home   |   Get the Netpass
About Congoo   |   Terms of Use   |   Privacy Policy   |   Need Help?   |   Site Map
Copyright ©2015 Congoo.com. All Rights Reserved.