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SpaceX reaches milestone in rocket launch from ...

(http://www.latimes.com) - scanned by: Alvis Brigis over 4 years ago
The Hawthorne rocket maker SpaceX lifted the SES-8 telecommunications satellite into geostationary transfer orbit -- nearly 50,000 miles from Earth. It was the first time the company reached such a distance, which is about one-quarter of the way t... More>>>
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Diamandis: Countries & Companies Will Race to M...

(http://www.huffingtonpost.com) - scanned by: Accel Rose over 8 years ago
X-Prize Foundation CEO Peter Diamandis predicts the human reaction to the knowledge that there's water on the moon. More>>>
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Greenhouse Designed to Grow Veggies on Moon

(http://dsc.discovery.com) - scanned by: Alvis Brigis over 8 years ago
Astronauts' meals have come a long way from the freeze-dried powders and semi-liquid pastes of decades ago: now U.S. scientists want to grow vegetables in mini-greenhouses on the moon. More>>>
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Who Will Win The New Space Race? Microsoft or G...

(http://www.dailygalaxy.com) - scanned by: Alvis Brigis over 8 years ago
Are Microsoft and Google in a space race? We think they are. Their rivalry is also, we believe, a precursor to the next great post-Internet technology boom: space exploration and development. More>>>
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Why ET's genetic code could be just like ours

(http://www.blog.speculist.com) - scanned by: Alvis Brigis over 8 years ago
Do you remember being very dubious of all those aliens and humans mating and having children on Star Trek? Now wait a minute, didn't you say? How could beings from totally different planets with different histories of genetic descent possibly do t... More>>>
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Astrophysicist Believes We'll Locate "Hundreds ...

(http://www.memebox.com) - posted by: Alvis Brigis over 8 years ago
Astrophysicist Alan Boss believes Nasa's Kepler Mission will turn up "hundreds of Earth-like planets", many of which will probably be "inhabited with something." Considered a leader in the search for planets outside our solar sy... More>>>
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Probe launches to map Earth's gravity in best d...

(http://www.newscientist.com) - scanned by: Alvis Brigis over 8 years ago
A sleek satellite that is set to make the most detailed map of the Earth's gravity took to the skies on Tuesday. The probe is expected to make important contributions to ocean current measurements and climate models. More>>>
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20 Things You Didn't Know About Time

(http://www.blog.speculist.com) - scanned by: Alvis Brigis over 8 years ago
Items 1 and 20 serve as interesting counterpoints. It would be difficult to reconcile them. I mean, if time is an illusion, then what is it exactly that is on the verge of ending? The illusion? Or is it such a convincing illusion that it takes the... More>>>
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NASA, Cisco Partnering for Climate Change Monit...

(http://news.prnewswire.com) - scanned by: Garry Golden over 8 years ago
NASA and Cisco Inc. announced Tuesday a partnership to develop an online collaborative global monitoring platform called the "Planetary Skin" to capture, collect, analyze and report data on environmental conditions around the world. More>>>
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Solar Physics Spacecraft Launched by Russia

(http://www.space.com) - scanned by: Adam Cutsinger over 8 years ago
The Coronas Photon spacecraft will spend the next three years circling Earth with a suite of instruments designed to measure energetic particles produced by solar flares, the solar atmosphere, and solar activity's relationship with magnetic storms... More>>>
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Long, Stretchy Carbon Nanotubes Could Make Spac...

(http://www.physorg.com) - scanned by: Adam Cutsinger over 8 years ago
"The biggest problem has always been finding a material that is strong enough and lightweight enough to stretch tens of thousands of miles into space," said Winter. "This isn't going to happen probably for the next decade at least, ... More>>>
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Top 5 Most Extreme Exoplanets

(http://blog.wired.com) - scanned by: Adam Cutsinger over 8 years ago
The process of elimination is (or ought to be) in effect, because the only and inevitable long, long term solution for humanity is extra-solar colonization. More>>>
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