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AN FRANCISCO – The Aerospace Corp. is working to license commercially a laser communications subsystem that downlinked data at a rate of 200 megabits per second from three-unit cubesats. The Aerospace Corp. demonstrated the latest version of its laser communications subsystem on the Rogue Alpha and Beta cubesats built for the U.S. Space Force Space
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The massive asteroid 16 Psyche is the subject of a new study by SwRI scientist Tracy Becker, who … [+] observed the object at ultraviolet wavelengths. Courtesy of Maxar/ASU/P. Rubin/NASA/JPL-Caltech A new study by the Hubble Space Telescope has revealed a clearer picture than ever before of one of the most intriguing and most valuable
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Physical distancing is important for preventing the spread of Covid-19 getty Although the practice of quarantine is ancient, the term “social distancing” is actually quite recent. The problem with “social distancing” is that it points to the wrong thing: It’s not social connections that spread Covid-19, flu or any other infectious disease, but physical contact.
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The plastic tubes winding through my workspace at the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine, deliver fluids, nutrients and therapeutics to mouse hearts. The still-beating hearts, each the size of a pea, tell us much about heart disease as well as about the processes of regeneration and repair. On this day, I was studying a
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The American people always have possessed a very personal relationship with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Like all personal relationships, the EPA and its public have their share of successes and shortcomings, adjustments of expectations to realities, and recognition that the daily grind of complexity reveals our own values however much they end up
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Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden signs official documents needed to receive his party’s official nomination next week during an event in Wilmington, Delaware, U.S., August 14, 2020. Carlos Barria | Reuters Big Tech stocks are holding up fine despite the threat of increased regulation from U.S. lawmakers. But political strategist and venture capitalist Bradley Tusk
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WASHINGTON — More than two years after Lockheed Martin announced it would be one of the first customers of a proposed spaceport in Scotland, the company has decided to move to another proposed spaceport there. The U.K. Space Agency announced Oct. 22 that it backed a proposal by the company to shift its planned U.K.
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