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Hank Hartsfield, former NASA astronaut pilot of space shuttle Discovery, Dies at 80

Hank Hartsfield, former NASA astronaut pilot of space shuttle Discovery, Dies at 80
NASA astronaut Hank Hartsfield died on Thursdsay, July 17, at the age of 80 due to back surgery complications.
Read more 4 days ago, 3:53pm CDT
 

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World Cup in Space: United States and German Astronauts Play Soccer on ISS

World Cup in Space: United States and German Astronauts Play Soccer on ISS
Like the gravitational pull of a black hole, the World Cup is so powerful that you can’t escape it even if you’re in...
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Sending Robots To Print Infrastructure On Mars, So It's Ready When We Get There

Source: Fast Company

Astronauts, Scientists Testify At Hearing On Future Of Human Spaceflight
A two-year NASA grant is funding the creation of robots that will build landing pads, hangars, and roads in space before humans get there.Where we're going, we'll need roads. But before long-term settlers arrive on Mars or the moon, one engineer is working under a NASA grant to make sure t ...
Full article at: Fast Company Jul 1 2014, 7:19am CDT
 

NASA hopes to launch Flying Saucer Soon

NASA hopes to launch Flying Saucer Soon
LOS ANGELES (AP) — NASA hopes to try again to launch a "flying saucer" into Earth's atmosphere to test Mars mission...
Read more Jun 12 2014, 3:30pm CDT
 

Successful test of saucer-shaped vehicle for future Mars missions

Source: Science Daily

Astronauts, Scientists Testify At Hearing On Future Of Human Spaceflight
NASA has successfully conducted the first of three planned tests for the Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) project, developed to evaluate new landing technologies for future Mars missions. While this initial test was designed to determine the flying ability of the vehicle, it also deployed two new landing technologies as a bonus. Those landing technologies will be officially tested in the next two flights, involv ...
Full article at: Science Daily Jun 30 2014, 7:12am CDT
 

Russian Cosmonauts Wrap Up Tiring 7.5-Hour Russian Spacewalk

Source: NDTV

Astronauts, Scientists Testify At Hearing On Future Of Human Spaceflight
A pair of Russian cosmonauts wrapped up a tiring and unexpectedly long spacewalk outside the International Space Station on Thursday, successfully installing a new antenna and ...
Full article at: NDTV Jun 19 2014, 10:18pm CDT
 

Google In Talks To Take Virgin Galactic Stake

Google In Talks To Take Virgin Galactic Stake
The talks are part of Google's project to extend internet access to billions by putting hundreds of satellites in low-Earth orbit
Read more Jun 12 2014, 12:32pm CDT
 

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Jamaal Charles Agrees to $18M Extension with Kansas City Chiefs
Jamaal Charles Agrees to $18M Extension with Kansas City Chiefs
Running back Jamaal Charles agreed to an $18 million contract extension including an extra $5.1 million over the next two seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs on July 23.
 
Batman Day: Brad Meltzer On Why Batman's 'Cultural Shield' Protects Us All
Batman Day: Brad Meltzer On Why Batman's 'Cultural Shield' Protects Us All
July 24, 2014, marks Batman Day for DC Comics. And writer Brad Meltzer tells why Batman's impact is so important.
 
Fat Shaming "530 Fatties" Facebook Page Reminds Society Of Bad Behavior
Fat Shaming "530 Fatties" Facebook Page Reminds Society Of Bad Behavior
Facebook Page "530 Fatties" openly mocks overweight people around Sacramento and the 530 area code. But it's certainly not the first time that people have faced body image criticism.
 

3D printer headed to the International Space Station this August

Source: Engadget

Astronauts, Scientists Testify At Hearing On Future Of Human Spaceflight
Astronauts on the International Space Station will need to make room for one more gadget: a NASA-certified 3D printer. The device, designed by Made in Space at NASA's Ames Research Park in Mountain View, will launch on S ...
Full article at: Engadget Jun 16 2014, 11:16am CDT
 

NASA delays flying-saucer launch because of bad weather

Source: PennLive.com

Astronauts, Scientists Testify At Hearing On Future Of Human Spaceflight
The vehicle is meant to test Mars mission technology. ...
Full article at: PennLive.com Jun 12 2014, 3:16pm CDT
 

Target: A Moment Of Truth Is Just Days Away

Target: A Moment Of Truth Is Just Days Away
On June 11, when Target holds its annual meeting, shareholders will make a decision that could have far-reaching impact...
Read more Jun 4 2014, 8:21am CDT
 


 

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