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spacecraft

NASA Begins Checkout of Dellingr Spacecraft Designed to Improve Robustness of...

NASA ground controllers have begun checking out and commissioning a shoebox-sized spacecraft that the agency purposely built to show that CubeSat platforms could be...
space

Irish Students Gear up to Make Airwaves in Space!

Oscor Romeo Four India Sierra Sierra (OR4ISS) - do you copy? Students from Tallaght Community School will make history this year, as they have...
satellite

Lockheed Martin Completes First Flexible Solar Array for LM 2100 Satellite

After years of development, Lockheed Martin completed the first flight build of its new Multi-mission Modular (MM) Solar Array. This new flexible array advances...
fiber laser

Tracking Debris in the Earth‘s Orbit with Centimeter Precision Using Efficient...

Uncontrollable flying objects in orbit are a massive risk for modern space travel, and, due to our dependence on satellites today, it is also...
Autopilot Sensors

NASA Tests Autopilot Sensors During Simulations

Inside a large, black-walled facility outside Denver, NASA’s Satellite Servicing Projects Division (SSPD) team successfully completed the latest testing of three rendezvous and proximity...
pollination

A New Threat to Pollination : The Dark Side of Artificial...

Most plant species are dependent on the animal world – especially insects – for their reproduction. The decline of pollinating insects all over the...
nanosatellite LINK

KAIST Nanosatellite LINK Launched to the ISS

The KAIST nanosatellite LINK (Little Intelligent Nanosatellite of KAIST) was successfully launched on an Atlas V booster aboard the NASA CRS-7 Mission on April...
wearable exercise system

Student Team Takes Top Prize in HP, Intel Design Challenge

A cross-disciplinary student team from Carnegie Mellon University has won the top prize in HP and Intel’s Design Challenge: Life in Space for creating...
gravity

Life on Earth Is Used to Gravity — so What Happens...

Andy Tay is a UCLA Ph.D. student in bioengineering. This piece appeared on the Conversation.There’s one force whose effects are so deeply entrenched in...
satellites

How Low Can You Go? New Project to Bring Satellites Nearer...

The University of Manchester is leading a multi-million pound project to develop satellites which will orbit much closer to the Earth – making them...
ravenvideo

NASA to Launch Raven to Develop Autonomous Rendezvous Capability

Launching soon, aboard the 10th SpaceX commercial resupply mission, will be a technology module called Raven, which will bring NASA one step closer to...
starliner

The Sun to Power the Starliner

Boeing will use solar energy to power the company’s CST-100 Starliner for crew missions to and from the International Space Station as part of...
chronic dementia

Mars-bound Astronauts Face Chronic Dementia Risk from Galactic Cosmic Ray Exposure

Will astronauts traveling to Mars remember much of it? That’s the question concerning University of California, Irvine scientists probing a phenomenon called “space brain.”UCI’s...
bone

Researchers Explore Biomechanical Regulation of a Key Gene in Bone

Researchers from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), in collaboration with Damian Genetos at UC Davis(link is external) and Alex Robling at Indiana University School...