Everyone knows that speed cameras work. They create the discipline of a lissom lady in leather and make sure everyone understands just what the rules... 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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The X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle taxis on the flight line in 2010. (Credit: U.S. Air Force) A second mysterious, robotic space plane was launched i... read more »
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Ford Motor&39's Active Park Assist determines angles, then at driver&39's prompt steers a car into its space while driver controls the gas pedal, b... read more »
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Researchers say they've used nanoparticles to create a material sensitive enough to analyze a patient's breath in real time and detect indicators of ... read more »
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GoPro&39's 3D videocamera system (Credit: GoPro) The camera market might be dominated by giants such as Canon and Panasonic, but a small start-up... read more »
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The Dragon spacecraft from SpaceX. (Credit: SpaceX) SpaceX has won the first-ever license from the Federal Aviation Administration allowing a priv... read more »
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A concept image of a flying refueling craft for satellites, similar to what NASA hopes to achieve for other spacecraft. (Credit: MacDonald, Dettwi... read more »
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NASA management miscues threaten to drive up the cost of the agency's next generation space telescope by some $1.5 billion, an independent review pan... 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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As the US presidential election winds up to a fever pitch in these last few campaign months, there''s no doubt passionate supporters in both camps are... read more »
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla.--After three launch delays due to technical problems and bad weather, the shuttle Discovery was grounded again Friday. Its... read more »
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After a two-day orbital chase, a Russian Soyuz spacecraft docked with the International Space Station Friday, bringing three fresh crew members to th... read more »
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Global Observer&39's first flight. (Credit: AeroVironment, Inc.) When it comes to unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), hydrogen is all the rage. The fi... read more »
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Imagine if you could pray to your computer to stop the beach ball of doom from spinning, the blue screen of death from staring you in the face. Pe... read more »
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If you, on your lesser days, could reach for a thinking cap to make you a little brainier, what would you expect Would you expect to solve math probl... read more »
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The clean-energy geeks (definitely a term of endearment) at Stanford University have come up with a way to turn every river in the world into a power... read more »
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla.--With commander Mark Kelly at the controls, the shuttle Endeavour caught up with the International Space Station early tod... 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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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla.--Veteran shuttle commander Frederick Sturckow will replace Mark Kelly in near-term training for a flight aboard the shuttl... read more »
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