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Tag Archives: NASA
Source: IEEE Spectrum – spectrum.ieee.org By Evan Ackerman Should crewed exploration of Venus come before we try to go to Mars?
Source: Scientific American – scientificamerican.com By Katie Mulrey Right now, somewhere in the Milky Way, a proton is traveling though supernova remnant shock waves, bouncing around in extreme magnetic fields and gaining energy and speed. Eventually the proton will gain … Continue reading
Source: The Register – theregister.co.uk By Richard Chirgwin Balloons wanted: must stay 20km high for 20 hours and return 20kg payload.
Source: USA Today – usatoday.com By Elizabeth Weise Google has signed a 60-year lease on a former Navy dirigible hangar smack in the middle of Silicon Valley, NASA said.
Source: Engineering.com By: Kyle Maxey Astronomers may have a new method for observing the Universe’s vast history thanks to a telescope design that blends the best of ground and space-based telescopes.