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Orbital ATK Rocket to launch eight NASA satellites into orbit

Tomorrow, NASA will attempt to launch eight small satellites to space on board a Pegasus XL rocket, manufactured by private spaceflight company Orbital ATK. Called the CYGNSS mission, the probes are meant to study various aspects of tropical storms a...
by BMT on Dec 12, 2016

Daily Current Affairs – 7 December 2016

ISRO launched Remote sensing satellite Resourcesat-2A Topic: Space Technology Indian space research organization launched Resourcesat-2A from Launchpad PSLV – C36 at Satish Dhawan Space Centre Sriharikota. It was 37th flight of the rocket. Between...
by ExamFlip on Dec 8, 2016

Current Affairs – 7 December 2016

ISRO launched Remote sensing satellite Resourcesat-2A Topic: Space Technology Indian space research organization launched Resourcesat-2A from Launchpad PSLV – C36 at Satish Dhawan Space Centre Sriharikota. It was 37th flight of the rocket. Between...
by ExamFlip on Dec 8, 2016

Daily Current Affairs – 2 December 2016

India’s first private moon mission next year Topic: Space Technology Team Indus (aerospace company) in association with ISRO will send a spacecraft to the moon in 2017. This will send HD video, images, and data back to earth. Team Indus develops te...
by ExamFlip on Dec 2, 2016

China launches the first quantum communications satellite

China's successful launch of the world’s first quantum communications satellite, the country has achieved an interesting — if somewhat difficult to explain — milestone in space and cryptography."The event is indeed very exciting and does carry...
by blogmytuts on Aug 17, 2016

This tiny motor running at 150,000 RPM speed could keep satellites on course

A newly invented motor that’s both tiny and powerful goes hand in hand with that vision, providing compact spacecraft with the ability to adjust their position without using a drop of fuel.Here comes the science!It’s not practical, especially in...
by BMT on Jul 23, 2016

SpaceX made a Pokémon Go joke at its fifth rocket launch broadcast

SpaceX just launched and landed another Falcon 9 rocket, the fifth time the company has pulled off the feat. SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket launched the Dragon spacecraft to low Earth orbit to deliver critical cargo to the International Space Station (IS...
by BMT on Jul 18, 2016

China just finished building the world’s largest radio telescope can be use in search for Alien Life form

China has finished the installation of the world's largest radio telescope, according to reports from state media. The last of the telescope's 4,450 triangular panels was fitted into the dish this weekend, ahead of the telescope's planned launch in S...
by BMT on Jul 10, 2016

The Drill Down 433: “Jupiter, We’re Home!”

This week NASA's Juno probe reaches Jupiter, the FBI verdict on the Sen. Clinton email scandal, Apple to buy Tidal while fighting Spotify, A fatality using Tesla autopilot, Air Force AI beats human drone pilots,...and much more this week on The Drill...
by Geeks of Doom on Jul 8, 2016

NASA fired up a massive booster for deep space

NASA fired up a massive booster in Utah this morning. The powerful machine was put through its second and last qualification test in the desert before it's ready to facilitate the flight of the world's most powerful rocket to date.The first booster t...
by blogmytuts on Jun 28, 2016

The Drill Down 424: Fingered by the Law

This week, SpaceX goes to Mars, a new Nintendo console, Comcast buys Dreamworks Animation, killer robots, can the Government force you to unlock your phone?...and much more this week on The Drill Down [...] The post The Drill Down 424: Fingered by t...
by Geeks of Doom on May 6, 2016

‘Star Trek: The Starfleet Academy Experience’ Opens In July At The Intrepid Museum

Attention Star Trek fans! This summer you will get the chance to become a member of the United Federation of Planets' Starfleet thanks to the good people at New York's Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. Check out the announcement below [...] The...
by Geeks of Doom on May 2, 2016

World's Largest Aircraft Airlander 10

The Airlander 10 – World’s Largest Aircraft The world’s largest aircraft, the Airlander 10 has ultimately been given its official name – Martha Gwyn, which had uncharitably earned the nickname of the... [[ This is a content summary only. Vis...
by Mono-live on Apr 29, 2016

Kepler Spacecraft in Emergency Mode

Kepler Entered Mode on April 6 According to an update of April 8 from Charlie Sobeck, mission manager at NASA’s Ames Research Centre in Moffett Field, California, Kepler seemingly entered the mode on... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my...
by Mono-live on Apr 27, 2016

The Drill Down 421: The Falcon Has Landed

This week, a new HTC phone, Facebook’s developer conference, a camera that’ll kill the green screen, biotech that’s improving lives, DIY braces, and... is a proposed bill the end of American privacy?...All this and more this week on The Drill D...
by Geeks of Doom on Apr 15, 2016

IIST requires Assistant Professors last date 18th April-2016

Indian Institute of Space Science & Technology (IIST)Thiruvananthapuram, KeralaPublished by http://www.SarkariNaukriBlog.com IIST invites application for the post of Assistant Professor in following areas :Department of Aerospace Engineering : 02...

The Drill Down 414: Force Of Gravity

This week, the Feds want Apple to unlock your iPhones, Kanye is broke and calls on Mark Zuckerberg to help, Dr. Dre TV comes to Apple, discrimination for female coders, and… Einstein was right all along!  … All this and more on The Dril...
by Geeks of Doom on Feb 19, 2016

The Drill Down 414: Force of Gravity

This week, the Feds want Apple to unlock your iPhones, Kanye is broke and calls on Mark Zuckerberg to help, Dr. Dre TV comes to Apple, discrimination for female coders, and… Einstein was right all along!  … All this and more on The Dril...
by Geeks of Doom on Feb 19, 2016

The Drill Down 410: Equal Opportunity Butts

This week, SpaceX fails an ocean landing, is Bitcoin a failure, Uber gets into helicopters, tech firms may be sourcing from child labor, is it time to rename AOL, and how much video game booty is too much? ... All this and more on The Drill Down. [..
by Geeks of Doom on Jan 22, 2016

Is Coworking for you? Visit Impact Hub Manila

Work is no longer a typical 9am-6pm job in the office. It can be at anytime, anywhere. Owing to the global connectivity of the internet, entrepreneurs, independent freelancers, digital nomads, and remote workers can now operate self-autonomously.
by The Intersections & Beyond on Jan 8, 2016


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