NASA Places Historic Launch Site for SpaceX NASA has placed its Apollo-period launch site under a wholly novel administration. The staff of SpaceX will be responsible for handling the ins and outs of the launch pad.
Apr 17 2014, 1:14pm CDT
French company demos driverless shuttle at CES French company Induct demos driverless shuttle Navia at CES gadget show
LAS VEGAS (AP) — French company Induct on Monday showed off the first driverless vehicle to be commercially available in the U.S...
Jan 6 2014, 8:56pm CST
Hop On This Robot: It will Shuttle You Around Town 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 technology sooner in public transit networks such as the one that a French startup has mapped out....
Jan 6 2014, 7:16pm CST
X-37B Secret Robot Space Shuttle has landed The secret X-37B U.S. Air Force robot space shuttle has landed today. As reported the X-37B launched into space back in April on a secret mission. After 7 month in orbit it has landed today at Vandenberg Air Force Base...
Dec 3 2010, 2:24pm CST
Windows 7 Runs on Shuttle Barebones Most of you are probably familiar with the name Shuttle. The company makes some very slick and sexy small form factor computers and other barebones machines. Shuttle announced today that it has certified its products as...
Aug 14 2009, 9:00am CDT
NASA Starts Artifact Loan Program with Shuttle Tires NASA announced a new artifact loan program today that will kick off with the chance for organizations that don’t normally work with NASA to get artifacts on a loan basis. The first loan item will be tires from the main...
May 8 2008, 10:27am CDT
The ISS has serious Computer Troubles All major news stations report about computer problems at the ISS (International Space Station). The problems are severe enough that an evacuation is possible.
Apparently the Russian computer systems that control the...
Jun 14 2007, 7:10am CDT
Bird Droppings on Space Shuttle Discovery I never saw bird droppings on the Starship Enterprise. A realistic detail the series designers forgot.
While scanning the Discovery for damages, NASA astronauts found bird droppings on the surface of the Shuttle. We...
Jul 6 2006, 9:00am CDT
UP Aerospace Launches Low-Cost Space Flights in August The private space flight sector is taking shape. This week UP Aerospace, Inc. announced that its first take-off into space to be scheduled for August 14th from New Mexico.
The UP Aerospace SpaceLoft XL can carry 110...
Jul 2 2006, 8:36am CDT
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