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NASA SLS Rocket
New NASA Spaceship Orion And SLS Rocket Will Send Astronauts Farther Into Space Than Ever Before [VIDEO]
Oct 31, 2012 00:05 AM E
New aeronautical innovations from NASA promise to take humankind farther into outer space than ever before. We're talking about missions reaching the moons of Pluto.
Hurricane Sandy
Hurricane Sandy Update: Saltwater in Flooded Subways Could Cripple System ‘For A Year Or More’ According To Study
Oct 29, 2012 11:32 AM E
Hurricane Sandy is producing a gigantic storm surge that could cause extensive flooding in the NYC subway system. Saltwater, unlike freshwater, could cause extensive corrosion to electronics in the system and take months to repair, according to a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Study
9-gigapixel image of Milky Way galaxy's central cluster of 84-million stars
Milky Way Photo Of 84 Million Stars Goes Viral: See The Stunning Image here [PHOTO & VIDEO]
Oct 24, 2012 16:53 PM E
9-gigapixel image of Milky Way galaxy's central cluster of 84-million stars is the clear
New Boeing Missile Knocks Out Electronics: Weapon Is So Efficient, It Broke Even The Camera Set To Record It
Oct 24, 2012 15:50 PM E
A new Boeing missile created to destroy electronics works better than the company ever thought it would, according to the company
Robot Goes Gangnam Style: Navy Robot Takes Internet By Storm [VIDEO]
Oct 23, 2012 15:46 PM E
A humanoid robot developed by the U.S. Navy may be the next generation of modern warfare, but for now, it's the grooviest robot ever - and it's going Gangnam.
Cardboard Bike
Cardboard Bike Could Make Commuting Cheaper and Easier – Even In The Rain
Oct 15, 2012 11:54 AM E
A cardboard bike may change your commute forever, according to Israeli inventor Izhar Gafni
Winter weather doesn't need to mean high heating bills.
Winterizing Your Home: 60 Tip Checklist For Saving Energy And Money
Oct 15, 2012 10:49 AM E
Winter is almost upon us, and so are high winter heating bills. Use this list of 60 tips to check off all the things you need to do to get ready for the arrival of Old Man Winter.
The International Space Station
Sarah Brightman Space Tour: 5 Things That Could Kill Her [VIDEO]
Oct 11, 2012 13:04 PM E
Sarah Brightman, the internationally renowned soprano singer, has announced plans to go into space thanks to Russia’s exclusive “Big Bags Of Cash For Space Travel” program. Big bags of cash are no problem for Brightman, one of the wealthiest crossover performers in the world, but she’s going to have a lot of other things to worry about before goi...
Bloodhound Car
1,000 MPH Car Passes First Test [VIDEO]
Oct 04, 2012 10:25 AM E
Scientists aiming to create a car that can break 1,000 mph cleared a large hurdle yesterday when they successfully tested their rocket engine.
Short-Haired Bumblebee
Using Bee Brains To Make Robots Smarter
Oct 02, 2012 10:42 AM E
The key to helping robots be more autonomous may lie in bees, according to new research from the University of Sheffield
New Implantable Electronics ‘Melt In The Body’
Sep 28, 2012 12:22 PM E
A new breed of implantable electronics may make certain medical processes easier, according to a new study, published in the journal Science. The ultra-thin electronics can do their job and then simply "melt-away," researchers said.
Roach
Remote Control Cockroaches Helps Search For Earthquake Survivors [VIDEO]
Sep 11, 2012 12:24 PM E
Normally, people squirm at the site of a cockroach. But earthquake survivors may soon be jumping for joy at the site of them. Scientists have outfitted cockroaches with a backpack that allows researchers to control where they go, and these remote-controlled bugs are the newest tools for search-and-rescue.
Johnny 5 is alive ... and he wants your vote.
Carnegie Mellon University In Pittsburgh Wants Your Vote For Robot Hall Of Fame
Aug 21, 2012 16:17 PM E
Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh is seeking public votes for this year’s inductees into its Robot Hall of Fame. The event is designed to be a celebration of actual robotic science and the famous automatons in the media that have inspired and fueled our love affair with robots.
Aerogel
‘Solid Smoke’ Aerogel Stronger Than Ever
Aug 21, 2012 10:01 AM E
Aerogel, a super-light material known as "solid smoke" has gotten stronger, and recent improvements means the material could lead to new, insulated clothing, improved spacecraft heat shields and high-efficiency insulation
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