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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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More than 1,000 Satellites are in Orbit Today

More than 1,000 Satellites are in Orbit Today
NEW YORK (AP) — The spotting of ocean debris by satellites during the search for the lost Malaysian airliner has drawn...
Read more Mar 28 2014, 2:10am CDT
 

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A New Look At The Apollo 11 Landing Site

Source: RedOrbit

Apollo 11 landed on the Moon on July 20th, 1969, a little after 4:00 in the afternoon Eastern Daylight Time. The Lunar Module, nicknamed Eagle and flown by Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin, touched down near the southern rim of the Sea of Tranquility, one of the large, dark basins that contribute to the Man in the Moon visible from Earth. Armstrong and Aldrin spent about two hours outside the LM set ...
Full article at: RedOrbit 1 week ago, 7:41am CDT
 

MH370: Chinese Satellite Spots Large Debris

MH370: Chinese Satellite Spots Large Debris
Breaking News: A Chinese satellite has spotted a large object. Could it be debris from the MH370?
Read more Mar 22 2014, 7:40am CDT
 

Brazilian earth station to get data from Indian satellites

Source: Times of India

India and Brazil on Wednesday signed an agreement in Brasilia on cooperation in augmentation of a Brazilian earth station for receiving and processing data from Indian Remote Sensing satellite ...
Full article at: Times of India Jul 16 2014, 11:17am CDT
 

"The Satellite" Instillation Wants To Show You The View From The ISS

Source: Pop Photo

Imagine peering out an enormous window, and seeing the whole planet rotate beneath you It's hard to overstate just how powerful of an effect views of our planet have had on the human race. To this day, NASA routinely releases images taken from space, both near and far, that instill a sense of awe in all those who see it. But what if you could look out like an astronaut on the ISS does? What if you could see the the entirety of the globe spinning beneath you—but without having ...
Full article at: Pop Photo Jul 3 2014, 10:31am CDT
 

Malaysia Airlines Debris May Have Sunk

Malaysia Airlines Debris May Have Sunk
Australian Prime Minister said that spotted debris might have sunk by now.
Read more Mar 21 2014, 6:03am CDT
 

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Former NASA Chief Scientist: "We're Effectively Taking a Sledgehammer to the Climate System"

Source: Truthout Stories

Dr. Waleed Abdalati. (Photo: CU Boulder)"You really have to work to not believe it," Dr. Waleed Abdalati says of anthropomorphic climate disruption (ACD, also known as climate change). He should know: More than 20 years ago, Abdalati began observing ACD firsthand in Greenland, as a scientist working on his doctoral thesis, for which he created an algorithm used to remotely detect changes in the spatial extent of the Greenland ice sheet expe ...
Full article at: Truthout Stories Jun 30 2014, 10:01am CDT
 

Former NASA Chief Scientist: "We're Effectively Taking a Sledgehammer to the Climate System"

Source: Truthout Stories

Dr. Waleed Abdalati. (Photo: CU Boulder)"You really have to work to not believe it," Dr. Waleed Abdalati says of anthropomorphic climate disruption (ACD, also known as climate change). He should know: More than 20 years ago, Abdalati began observing ACD firsthand in Greenland, as a scientist working on his doctoral thesis, for which he created an algorithm used to remotely detect changes in the spatial extent of the Greenland ice sheet experiencing melt each year. Abdalati ...
Full article at: Truthout Stories Jun 30 2014, 10:01am CDT
 

Malaysia Airlines MH370 Debris Search Continues

Malaysia Airlines MH370 Debris Search Continues
Australian jets are searching again today the area where debris was spotted on Satellite photos. Nothing has been found yet.
Read more Mar 21 2014, 2:21am CDT
 


 

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