Chrysler will recall approximately 867,795 SUVs in order to install a brake booster shield for the protection of brake-pedals against undue water exposure corrosion.
Apr 2 2014, 8:18am CDT
Source: The Atlantic
Who isn’t moved by images of the Earth at night? In the contrast it shows between nature and settlement—in the civilizational network it reveals—it gestures at the mystery of human society. These composites are referenced in movies and in art and, especially, in data visualizations. And I had assumed unthinkingly that the images above and below, last updated by NASA in 2012, were about as much as existed ...
Full article at: The Atlantic
1 day ago, 7:05am CDT
San Francisco to charge Google, Facebook, others using public bus stops for employee shuttles
Jan 7 2014, 1:36pm CST
A team of volunteer space cowboys may have to say goodbye to ICEE-3 and to their dream of reviving for a final mission the creaky, 36-year-old hardware. Failed tests Wednesday suggest a fuel problem.» E-M ...
Full article at: NPR
3 days ago, 2:28am CDT
The days when we will zip around in our own self-driving cars are still far, far away, but you might find that kind of...
Jan 6 2014, 7:16pm CST
Shortly after a bottle rocket launches with explosive velocity, it uses up all its energy and fizzles out. The initial burst of power is quickly subdued as the rocket soars without clear aim and then crashes to earth, expired and no longe ...
Full article at: Forbes
Jun 27 2014, 2:06pm CDT
It's been precisely 31 years since a shy young woman with a doctorate in astrophysics, a mean tennis serve and a mega-galactic smile took off in the Space Shuttle Challenger, orbited the earth for six days, and powered through a major glass ceiling by becoming the first ...
Full article at: WYPR
Jun 23 2014, 7:55am CDT
A frog got caught up in the NASA moon probe launch and was blown sky high. A picture snapped of the takeoff clearly showed the unfortunate creature being flung high into the air as the moon probe took off on its lunar journey.
Sep 14 2013, 3:51am CDT