KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla.--A version of the Bush administration's Orion moon capsule, written off by the Obama administration and then resurrected a... read more »
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The notion of erasing memories associated with painful or harmful pasts is not a new one. But it has remained just that: a notion. Will erasing mem... read more »
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The idea of human beings flying around in the sky like Michael Jackson used to fly into concerts--via jetpack--might seem a trifle outlandish. Howeve... read more »
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Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus, and he's equipped with the latest in satellite-based technology to get you your toys on time (and in one piec... read more »
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Faced with reduced funding and an uncertain outlook, NASA's $18.7 billion fiscal 2012 budget prioritizes the Obama administration's major goals and o... read more »
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I know that, for some, bees are something of an irritant. The same, however, can be said of computers. While bees sometimes pester us with their pro... read more »
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Researchers found that the silver nanoparticles penetrated the paper surface to a depth of more than 1 micrometer (or 1,000 nanometers), resulting ... read more »
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A Russian Soyuz rocket carrying three crew members bound for the International Space Station blasted off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan t... read more »
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(Credit: EHCI) Mobile gadgets like Apple's iPad and iPhone could offer glasses-free 3D courtesy of a new, developing technology created by researc... read more »
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla.--Engineers have traced an electrical problem blamed for grounding the shuttle Endeavour Friday to a power distribution box... read more »
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Those who survive will think to themselves that it could have been worse. Awful though some images of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami truly are, ... read more »
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Researchers develop this self-stable experimental bicycle to test theories on the stability of moving bikes. (Credit: Sam Rentmeester/FMAX) One of ... read more »
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Somehow, freaky sci-fi movies don't seem to be favored by Oscar voters. However, I think I may have found some subject matter that Peter Guber, the ... read more »
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HOUSTON--The shuttle Discovery glided to a picture-perfect docking with the International Space Station on Saturday, the veteran space plane's 13th a... read more »
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla.--Less than six weeks before launch, astronaut Timothy Kopra, injured in a bicycle accident Saturday, was removed from the ... read more »
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On the electron microscopy drawing board: programmable nanowire nanoprocessors. (Credit: Photo courtesy of Charles M. Lieber/Harvard SEAS Communica... read more »
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The Proteus approaches the Global Hawk in a flight test on January 21. (Credit: NASA Dryden Flight Research Center) The phrase "fill 'er up" is be... read more »
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(Credit: The Chinese University of Hong Kong) We've seen robots that can slither up a tree and shimmy up telephone poles, and now engineers in Ho... read more »
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The Fujitsu-built K Computer in Kobe, Japan, is the fastest supercomputer in the world, according to the Top500 List of Supercomputers, to be anno... read more »
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Will Japan's astro-droid look cute like Actroid (Credit: Tim Hornyak/CNET) NASA's tough-looking Robonaut 2 ... read more »
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