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NASA, Amazon, Google to manage drone traffic? 
SiliconValley.com - 10 Hours ago
MOUNTAIN VIEW -- The drones that one day will deliver groceries, toiletries or a box of pizza could swarm haphazardly over U.S. cities, occasionally colliding with other drones and careening to the streets     Add Comment

Giant leap to save Armstrong's moon suit 
CNN - 14 Hours ago
21 photos On July 20, 1969, the Apollo 11 mission put the first humans on the moon. Neil Armstrong famously commemorated his first steps on the moon by saying, "That's one small step for man, one giant
$550,000 raised to preserve Neil Armstrong space suit CNN
Donor cash saves moonwalk suit CNN
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Drone traffic control? NASA, Amazon, Google partner to manage self-driving swarms 
SiliconValley.com - 15 Hours ago
MOUNTAIN VIEW -- The drones that one day deliver groceries, toiletries or a box of pizza could swarm haphazardly over U.S. cities, occasionally colliding with other drones and careening to the streets     Add Comment

Discovery of a new blue quasar: SDSS J022218.03–062511.1 
Astronomische Nachrichten - 8 Hours ago
Abstract We report the discovery of a bright blue quasar: SDSS J022218.03–062511.1. This object was discovered spectroscopically while searching for hot white dwarfs that may be used as calibration     Add Comment

Multi-frequency solar observations at Metsähovi Radio Observatory and KAIRA 
Astronomische Nachrichten - 8 Hours ago
Abstract We describe solar observations carried out for the first time jointly with Kilpisjärvi Atmospheric Imaging Receiver Array (KAIRA) and Aalto University Metshovi Radio Observatory (MRO). KAIRA     Add Comment

3XMM J185246.6+003317 as transient neutron star 
Astronomische Nachrichten - 8 Hours ago
Abstract We performed an X-ray timing and spectral analysis of the variable source 3XMM J185246.6+003317 to investigate its physical nature. The data from all observations of 3XMMJ185246.6+003317 conducted     Add Comment

A review of East Asian reports of aurorae and comets circa AD 775 
Astronomische Nachrichten - 8 Hours ago
Abstract Given that a strong 14 C variation in AD 775 has recently been suggested to be due to the largest solar flare ever recorded in history, it is relevant to investigate whether celestial events     Add Comment

NASA Orbiter Ready for Mars Lander's Arrival in 2016 
NDTV - 9 Hours ago
11:56 IST File Photo: Mars Washington: With its biggest orbit manoeuvre since 2006, NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) is preparing for the arrival of NASA's next Mars lander called InSight     Add Comment

Russia's Roscosmos to create national manned spaceflight program center 
Itar Tass - 9 Hours ago
MOSCOW, July 29. /TASS/. Russia plans to create a national manned spaceflight program center as a result of the reorganization of the Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos) into a state corporation, the Izvestia     Add Comment

NASA orbiter ready for Mars lander's arrival in 2016 
Times of India - 9 Hours ago
WASHINGTON: With its biggest orbit manoeuvre since 2006, NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) is preparing for the arrival of NASA's next Mars lander called InSight next year. On Wednesday, the
NASA’s Mars orbiter ready for biggest orbit manoeuvre since 2006 The Hindu
NASA orbiter ready for Mars lander’s arrival in 2016 Mangalorean
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Glaciers could explain Pluto's young surface 
ABC Online - 12 Hours ago
STARSTUFF PODCAST: Glaciers on the surface of Pluto could explain the mysterious frozen world's youthful skin. Also: most Earth-like planet ever found orbiting a Sun-like star, and more support for the     Add Comment

Human error caused Virgin Galactic spaceship crash 
New Zealand Herald - 13 Hours ago
NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board) officials say the crash of a Virgin Galactic spaceship last year was caused by a catastrophic structural failure triggered when the co-pilot unlocked the craft's     Add Comment

Mars 96 orbiter triggered Hollywood-style panic in Queensland: Rob Borbidge 
Melbourne Age - 15 Hours ago
A radioactive spacecraft thought to be on a collision course with Queensland sparked an emergency response stretching from Brisbane to Washington in 1996. But the public knew nothing of it. The Hollywood-style
Spacecraft sparked fears of collision WA Today
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Watch: NASA releases new 4K video of experiment in space 
boston.com - 16 Hours ago
| 7:33 PM Have you ever wondered what would happen if you mix an antacid tablet with water in microgravity? Even if you haven’t, NASA has you covered. A new 4K video from the space agency shows     Add Comment

Earth-Like Potentially Habitable Planet Found 
Asian Scientist - 8 Hours ago
If it proves to have a suitable atmosphere, the newly discovered Kepler-452b is similar enough to Earth to be potentially habitable. Asian Scientist Newsroom | July 29, 2015 | In the Lab AsianScientist     Add Comment

Most Compelling Science From the International Space Station For 2014 Announced 
Marketplace - 9 Hours ago
In a year filled with captivating and ground-breaking experiments conducted on the International Space Station, three investigations were recognized for significant scientific results at the fourth annual     Add Comment

Speedy production of silicon for solar cells 
ScienceNordic - 9 Hours ago
A growing solar cell industry needs cheaper silicon in increasing amounts. A centrifuge developed in Norway could supply it. Keywords: Alternative energy, Environmental technology SendPDFPrint The     Add Comment

RED Epic Dragon Camera Captures Riveting Images on Space Station 
RCL Advisors - 9 Hours ago
New Camera Capable of Recording Images with Six Times More Detail HOUSTON, TX, July 29, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/ -- In October 2014 NASA delivered high-definition, 3-D footage of astronauts living and
RED Epic Dragon Camera captures riveting images on space station NASA/Johnson Space  EurekAlert!
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ESA hands over control of the MSG-4 weather satellite 
Terra Daily - 9 Hours ago
On 26 July at 09:30 GMT (11:30 CEST), ESA handed control of Europe's last Meteosat Second Generation weather satellite, MSG-4, to EUMETSAT. This follows the launch of the satellite on 15 July aboard     Add Comment

Soon cheaper, efficient metal-based solar cells maybe available 
Indian Mirror - 9 Hours ago
India July 29(IM):In a breakthrough discovery, scientists have revealed a new method which could lead to cheap, efficient metal-based solar cells. Scientists from Rice's Laboratory for Nanophotonics described
Scientists Reveal new method that Could lead to cheap, efficient metal-based solar  Odisha Samaya
Soon cheaper, efficient metal-based solar cells may be available Financial Express
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>>   Commercial spaceflight news
Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo Crash Likely Caused By Pilot Error, Poor Training 
NewsR.in - 8 Hours ago
xxxTaylorSwiftxxx   #xxx #TaylorSwift Virgin Galactic Crash: NTSB Blames Pilot Error And Poor Training For SpaceShipTwo Crash: Inv... http://t.co/MPDuWliisJ  10 minutes ago Air365  NTSB report: Virgin     Add Comment

Space tourism accident: Scaled Composites, Virgin Galactic should have prepared  
Financial Express - 8 Hours ago
The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board concluded Tuesday that the developer of a commercial spacecraft that broke apart over the Mojave Desert last year failed to protect against the possibility     Add Comment

NTSB blames human error, compounded by poor safety culture, in Virgin Galactic crash 
Demanjo - 8 Hours ago
On Tuesday, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said that a co-pilot's mistake was to blame in the October 2014 crash of Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo, which killed the co-pilot and injured     Add Comment

Virgin Galactic Crash: NTSB Blames Pilot Error And Poor Training For SpaceShipTwo  
International Business Times - 8 Hours ago
Investigators have found that pilot error and poor training may have caused the Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo crash in Southern California’s Mojave Desert during a test flight last year. The National     Add Comment

Virgin Galactic Crash Caused By Human Error 
ITechPost - 8 Hours ago
Tags Spacecraft , Crash , Investigation , Human Error The spacecraft crashed last year, and the cause was deemed to be human error. Credit:Rhymes With Right/Wikimedia Commons Tuesday, July 28,     Add Comment

Cause of Virgin Galactic crash revealed 
IAfrica.com - 9 Hours ago
The USA's National Transport Safety Board (NTSB) has revealed its findings on the Virgin Galactic spaceplane crash. Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo spaceplane disintegrated in mid-air shortly after being     Add Comment

Human error and inadequate training blamed for SpaceShipTwo crash 
Gizmag - 10 Hours ago
The United States National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) released the conclusions of its accident investigation into the crash of Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo last year over the Mojave Desert.     Add Comment

Virgin Galactic's spacecraft designers failed to see human errors 
Denver Post - 10 Hours ago
Virgin Galactic's spacecraft designers failed to anticipate the risk that pilots might trigger the brakes too early, leaving the rocket vulnerable to the kind of error that caused last year's fatal crash,     Add Comment

Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo crash traced to co-pilot error 
Malay Mail - 10 Hours ago
Sheriffs deputies look at wreckage from the crash of Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo near Cantil, California November 2, 2014. — Reuters pic WASHINGTON, July 29 — A single mistake by the co-pilot led to     Add Comment

NTSB: Crash of SpaceShipTwo a developer’s error 
Albuquerque Journal - 10 Hours ago
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Pilot Training Faulted in Passenger Spaceship Crash 
Big News Network - 11 Hours ago
CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA - Federal investigators cited inadequate training of test pilots by a Northrup Grumman Corp. subsidiary Tuesday as a leading factor behind last year's fatal crash of an ...    Add Comment

Spaceplane breakup blamed on premature braking 
Examiner.com - 11 Hours ago
Virgin Galactic ’s SpaceShipTwo spaceplane prototype broke apart in flight last year due to the premature use of a braking-like device, federal investigators announced July 28. The spaceplane’s “feather
Spaceplane crash probe Examiner.com
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Virgin Galactic: 'Single human error' led to catastrophic crash, NTSB says 
9ija News.com - 12 Hours ago
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Investigators blame spaceship crash on poor pilot training 
Yahoo! News Australia - 12 Hours ago
Federal investigators cited inadequate training of test pilots by a Northrup Grumman Corp subsidiary on Tuesday as a leading factor behind last year's fatal crash of an experimental Virgin Galactic passenger
Investigators blame spaceship crash on poor pilot training (Reuters) Yahoo! News Australia
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Investigators blame spaceship crash on poor pilot training (Reuters) 
Yahoo! News Australia - 12 Hours ago
Investigators say poor training of test pilots led to a crash of a Virgin Galactic space craft last year.    Add Comment

U.S. investigators blame Virgin Galactic crash on lax pilot 
Yahoo! News Australia - 12 Hours ago
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Human Error Caused Virgin Galactic Crash, Investigators Say 
Demanjo - 12 Hours ago
WASHINGTON The crash of a Virgin Galactic spaceship last year was caused by a catastrophic structural failure triggered when the co-pilot unlocked the crafts braking system early, federal safety investigators     Add Comment

Brake error behind Virgin Galactic tragedy 
West Australian - 13 Hours ago
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Human error caused Virgin Galactic spaceship crash 
New Zealand Herald - 13 Hours ago
NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board) officials say the crash of a Virgin Galactic spaceship last year was caused by a catastrophic structural failure triggered when the co-pilot unlocked the craft's     Add Comment

Virgin Galactic pilot tells of falling from the sky after SpaceShip Two broke up 
ACQ Magazine - 13 Hours ago
Peter Siebold found himself plummeting through the frozen air after co-pilot pulled the wrong lever, destroying craft Related: Virgin Galactic crash: co-pilot unlocked braking system too early, inquiry
03:14 Virgin Galactic pilot tells of falling from the sky after SpaceShip... NewsRT.co.uk
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