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Next Steps on Journey to Mars: Progress on Asteroid Initiative
Space Daily

NASA Announces Next Steps on Journey to Mars: Progress on Aste...

For ARM, a robotic spacecraft will capture a boulder from the surface of a near- Earth asteroid and move it into a stable orbit around the moon for exploration by astronauts, all in support of advancing the nation's journey to Mars. "The Asteroid ... ITbriefing, 4 days ago

Video: Bruce Betts on detecting potentially dangerous asteroids and comets

Bruce Betts of the Planetary Society talks about the potential danger of near earth objectsand about donations to the Society's Shoemaker Near-Earth Object Grant Program , which supports astronomers who search for such objects.
 HobbySpace2 weeks ago
Space News

Thales Alenia Space Chief Touts Program Progress, Cost-cutting Efforts

WASHINGTON — Satellite builder Thales Alenia Space said its Russian and Turkish satellite production programs are back on track after delays and that its close-quarters work with Russian companies on Europe's ExoMars missions to Mars is proceeding ...
 Space News5 days ago Will There Be New Star Wars in Asia-Pacific? China's Military Space Program  Russian International Affairs Council1 week ago China's Space Program Dominated by Chinese Military  Epoch Times3 weeks ago

NASA at SXSW: Unveils Asteroid Hunter Computer App, Program Available to the Public Free of Charge

Want to become an asteroid hunter? Now you can with NASA's new software application that is available to the public. (And it's free!) By Kimberly M. Aquilina | Mar 17, 2015 06:43 AM EDT Objects from space have been ...
 Hngn.com1 week ago Save the Earth from asteroid collisions with NASA  E271 week ago NASA's Software Application to Increase Astroid Detection  Wireless Design & Development1 week ago New asteroid detection app lets amateur astronomers get in on the action  Red Orbit1 week ago

US military SATELLITE suddenly BLOWS UP: 'Temperature spike' blamed

In a story reminiscent of the movie Gravity , near-Earth orbits have a bunch of new space junk chunks to worry about after a satellite exploded. After an event was first noticed by orbital tracking company CelesTrak, the US Air Force has ...
 The Register3 weeks ago

NV4500 Five-Speed Transmission Clutch Upgrade - Holding Power

If you believe in reincarnation, there's no shortage of earthly objects that would supremely suck to spring back to life as. Top of our list of stuff wed rather not be reincarnated as include a porta-potty at bike week in Sturgis, South Dakota; a ...
 Four Wheeler3 weeks ago

Can We Innovate Our Way Out of Our Crisis? [opinion]

IN AN episode of the wildly popular ABC program Shark Tank, Steve Gadlin from Chicago introduced himself to a panel of investors that included billionaires Mark Cuban and Kevin O'Leary, and founder of FUBU Daymond Jones with a ridiculously funny ...
 Individual.com5 days ago Can we innovate out of our crisis?  New Zimbabwe.com5 days ago

The Turks and Kurds who objected to Yaşar Kemal's Nobel Prize nomination

It was the first time I heard ever such a thing. I was appalled. The person talking about it was Ahmet Güneştekin, someone I know very well; someone whose word I trust; someone who Yaşar Kemal called his son. I would not have believed it ...
 Turkish Daily3 weeks ago
Space News

Op-Ed | Space Debris: Prevention, Remediation or Mitigation?

The recent catastrophic explosion of the U.S. Defense Meteorological Satellite Program Flight 13 (DMSP-F13) satellite — which has caused 43 new pieces of space junk — confirms once again that space debris has become one of the highest concerns ...
 Space News3 weeks ago Military satellite explodes in orbit after 'catastrophic event'  Digital Journal3 weeks ago

Subaru Of America Partners with The Student Spaceflight Experiments Program to Aid Advanced Education for Schools in Need

/3BL Media/ -Subaru of America today announced its continued commitment to the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program (SSEP), through a two-year national partnership with the National Center for Earth and Space Science Education in Washington, D.C.
 Individual.com3 weeks ago SUBARU : Of America Partners with The Student Spaceflight Experiments Program to Aid Advanced Education for Schools in Need  4 Traders3 weeks ago
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