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Hitting the Books: An army of temps put a man on the moon

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 25 mei, 2019  
Welcome to Hitting the Books. With less than one in five Americans reading just for fun these days, we've done the hard work for you by scouring the internet for the most interesting, thought-provoking books on science and technology we can find and.....
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NASA orders the first piece of its lunar outpost

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 24 mei, 2019  
NASA has awarded space technology company Maxar a $375 million contract to develop the first Lunar Gateway segment that's flying to space. Maxar, which (according to Ars Technica) now has bragging rights for being the initiative's first commercial pa.....
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An engineer allegedly falsified inspection reports for SpaceX rockets

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 23 mei, 2019  
Federal investigators believe a quality assurance engineer responsible for inspecting parts for SpaceX had been falsifying reports. The accused engineer works for New York-based PMI Industries and is accused of forging signatures on at least 3.....
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NASA wants you to get your boarding pass to Mars

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 22 mei, 2019  
You probably won't visit Mars for a long time, if ever. You might have a way to go in spirit, though. NASA has introduced a "Send Your Name" campaign that will put your name on the Mars 2020 rover, leaving a long-term record of your name on the Red.....
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NASA’s Astrobee cube robot completes first hardware tests in space

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 19 mei, 2019  
NASA just inched closer to having robots take care of spacecraft. The agency recently completed its first hardware checkouts for Bumble (above), one of three Astrobee robots that will research automated caretaking aboard the International Spa.....
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NASA details the most distant world we’ve ever observed

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 17 mei, 2019  
Back in February, NASA released the clearest images of Ultima Thule -- the Kuiper Belt object New Horizons got close to in a flyby, which makes it the farthest world we've ever explored. Now, the New Horizons team has published the first scientific r.....
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NASA teams up with SpaceX, Blue Origin to design a human lunar lander

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 17 mei, 2019  
NASA has revealed its efforts to create a human landing system shortly after it announced the Artemis lunar exploration program. The space agency has teamed up with 11 private space companies, including SpaceX and Blue Origin, to conduct studi.....
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Senators ask the FCC to limit 5G auction to protect weather forecasts

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 15 mei, 2019  
In March, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) began auctioning blocks of the 24 GHz spectrum, which could be used to implement future 5G networks. Shortly afterward, the US Navy released a memo warning that 5G in the 24 GHz band could .....
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Trump administration proposes another $1.6 billion for Moon efforts

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 14 mei, 2019  
The Trump administration isn't convinced the $10.7 billion set aside for space exploration in the proposed 2020 budget is enough to help put astronauts on the Moon by 2024. The President has submitted an amendment to the fiscal 2020 budget that woul.....
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NASA wants your memories of the Apollo 11 Moon landing

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 13 mei, 2019  
Were you fortunate enough to watch the Apollo 11 Moon landing as it happened, or know someone who did? NASA wants to hear from you. It recently launched a story program that asks the public to submit audio recordings of their Apollo 11 memor.....
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SpaceX delivered 5,500 lbs of cargo to the International Space Station today

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 6 mei, 2019  
A SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft successfully made its way to the International Space Station (ISS), with approximately 5,500 lbs of NASA cargo and science experiments. It launched Sunday from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, and i.....
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Dust storms may have stolen all of Mars’ water

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 6 mei, 2019  
In May 2018, Opportunity had been doing science on Mars since 2004, and there was no reason to think that the plucky rover wouldn't carry on. Then, a dust storm hit that completely obscured the planet from view. After fine dust coated Opportunity's s.....
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NASA’s Hubble Legacy Field image contains 16 years of data

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 5 mei, 2019  
The Hubble Space Telescope has been capturing tons of space images since it entered orbit in 1990. Now, NASA has put together a mosaic photo using 16 years' worth of data to create one of the widest views of the universe we've ever seen. The image, c.....
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NASA was sold faulty rocket parts for almost 20 years

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 1 mei, 2019  
When the launch of NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory and Glory missions failed in 2009 and 2011, the agency said it was because their launch vehicle malfunctioned. The clamshell structure (called fairing) encapsulating the satellites as they travele.....
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