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July 20, 2016
NASA Sails Full-Speed Ahead in Solar System Exploration
Pasadena CA (JPL) Jul 19, 2016
NASA's Juno is now poised to shine a spotlight on the origins and interior structure of the largest planet in our solar system. As we wait for Juno's first close-up images of Jupiter (to be taken Aug. 27 during the spacecraft's next pass by the planet), NASA continues to explore our solar system to help answer fundamental questions about how we came to be, where we are going and whether we are alone in the universe. "Juno is the latest example of the extraordinary science we have to look forward t ... read more

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Satellite Services supplies on-board sub-systems for smallsats and microsats.
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Disney theme park in Shanghai nears a million visitors
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A decade of plant biology in space
On this day 10 years ago, Space Shuttle Discovery was launched to the International Space Station carrying ESA's European Modular Cultivation System - a miniature greenhouse to probe how plants grow ... more
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Mathematical framework prioritizes key patterns to accelerate scientific discovery
Networks are mathematical representations to explore and understand diverse, complex systems-everything from military logistics and global finance to air traffic, social media, and the biological pr ... more
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Exploring inner space for outer space
An international team of six astronauts from China, Japan, USA, Spain and Russia have descended into the caves of Sardinia, Italy, to explore the depths and train for life in outer space. One of the ... more
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Quantum technologies to revolutionize 21st century
Is quantum technology the future of the 21st century? On the occasion of the 66th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, this is the key question to be explored today in a panel discussion with the Nobel La ... more
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Blue Origin has fourth successful rocket booster landing
US space firm Blue Origin conducted a successful fourth test Sunday of its reusable New Shepard rocket, which dropped back to Earth for a flawless upright landing seen on a live webcast. ... more
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TED Talks aim for wider global reach
TED Talks, known for "ideas worth spreading," are aiming for a wider global audience with a new mobile application that can be used in two dozen languages. ... more
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Disney brings its brand to Shanghai with new theme park
Entertainment giant Disney brings the ultimate American cultural concept to Communist-ruled China on Thursday, opening a massive theme park in Shanghai catering to a rising middle class. ... more
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Tech, beauty intersect in Silicon Valley
The beauty industry has long relied on creating a sense of mystery, magic even, around its creams, powders and potions. But now it has something else up its sleeve: high technology. ... more
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Second Starliner Begins Assembly in Florida Factory
Another major hardware component for Boeing's second Starliner spacecraft recently arrived at the company's assembly facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The upper dome - basically on ... more
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Mexican engineer extracts gas from urine to heat shower
Mexican engineer Gabriel Luna-Sandoval was urinating one day when he realized that the yellow liquid could be of "vital" use elsewhere. ... more
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What Does it Take to Become a NASA Astronaut?
For many aspiring space explorers around the world, becoming an astronaut is a childhood dream. But have you ever wondered how one becomes a NASA astronaut? As with most things, it begins with filli ... more
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India Presses Ahead With Space Ambitions
Indian scientists pronounced the testing of an indigenously developed reusable space rocket this week, "Mission accomplished successfully." Those words have been heard increasingly in recent years f ... more
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International Partners Provide Science Satellites for first SLS mission
NASA's new Space Launch System (SLS) will launch America into a new era of exploration to destinations beyond Earth's orbit. On its first flight, NASA will demonstrate the rocket's heavy-lift capabi ... more
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Fun LoL to Teach Machines How to Learn More Efficiently
It's not easy to put the intelligence in artificial intelligence. Current machine learning techniques generally rely on huge amounts of training data, vast computational resources, and a time-consum ... more
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Russia Helps Guatemalan Man Become His Country's First Cosmonaut
Vinicio Montoya de Leon, a 49-year old native of Guatemala, is set to become the first Central American astronaut in history by late 2018 - early 2019. The chain of events that led an ordinary Guate ... more
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ISS Astronauts Enjoy Dish Cooked Up by Students from Hampton, Virginia
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station recently feasted on a spicy Jamaican rice and beans with coconut milk entree cooked up by a team of culinary students from Phoebus High School in Ha ... more
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'Metabolomics: You Are What You Eat' video
NASA's Human Research Program is releasing "Metabolomics: You Are What You Eat" video to highlight its Twins Study which uses omics to study Mark and Scott Kelly's metabolites. Omics is an evolving ... more
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Space travel now in a parachute soon available
Traveling to space and returning to earth in a parachute will soon become available for the larger public in China. JHY Space Technology Co Ltd (Space Vision), a Beijing-based company, released Chin ... more
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Airbus Defence and Space starts Orion service module assembly
Airbus Defence and Space, the world's second largest space company, has started assembling the European Service Module (ESM), a key element of NASA's next-generation Orion spacecraft that will trans ... more
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Interns Make Archived NASA Planetary Science Data More Accessible
An internship program offered by NASA's Planetary Data System's Small Bodies Subnode hosted at the Planetary Science Institute is making archived scientific information more accessible to researcher ... more
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Out of this world: 'Moon and Mars veggies' grow in Dutch greenhouse
Establishing a human colony on the Moon and travelling to Mars has been the stuff of dreams since the dawn of the space age. ... more
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NASA Invests in Next Stage of Visionary Technology Development
NASA has selected eight technology proposals for investment that have the potential to transform future aerospace missions, introduce new capabilities, and significantly improve current approaches t ... more
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No more space race for US, rivalry gives way to collaboration
While many Americans celebrate May 5 as Cinco de Mayo, the anniversary of a Mexican military victory, science nerds recognize the date as a technological milestone: the day the United States first p ... more
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NASA makes dozens of patents available in public domain
NASA has released 56 formerly-patented agency technologies into the public domain, making its government-developed technologies freely available for unrestricted commercial use. In addition to the r ... more
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