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A Navy blue CDS, which also comes in cinnamon brown, rose red and jet black. Mi Terro Plastic in the ocean needs to hit the road, take a trip, get out of town. A group of students at the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business have created a travel bag made of cork and recycled
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Parts of Colorado received almost 2 feet of snow at the beginning of summer. It’s not that I am psychic or anything, but I bet someone on Twitter used that to dismiss climate change. Such a scientifically illiterate statement is why science communication is so important. This past week meteorologists from around the world participated in a
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Boaty McBoatface Povl Abrahamsen, British Antarctic Survey Boaty McBoatface, an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) used for polar science research, made an important discovery while deployed in the Southern Ocean in April 2017. Over the course of three days, the AUV traveled over 100 miles across underwater valleys to measure seawater temperature,
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WASHINGTON — NASA issued a call for proposals for commercial modules that could be added to the International Space Station, although one industry executive warns that such facilities may not be as lucrative as NASA believes. NASA issued a call for proposals June 21 for “commercial destination development in low Earth orbit using the International
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WASHINGTON — Companies involved in NASA’s exploration program agree with a recent estimate by the head of NASA that landing humans on the moon by 2024 will require an additional $20 billion to $30 billion for the agency. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine gave that cost estimate in a June 13 interview with CNN, saying that
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From left: Universidad de Los Andes winners of Biodesign Challenge Laura Calderón, Paola Camacho, Isabel Pulido and Juan Angulo Photo Valery Rizzo Over two days the halls of Parsons School of Design and the Museum of Modern Art teemed with groups of college students rehearsing presentations and discussing projects they had spent months perfecting for
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Scientists have discovered an unexpectedly simple formula that governs one of the most seemingly unknowable limits in physics: determining how much of an electric field a water droplet can withstand before it will burst. This infinitesimal phenomenon has been studied by physicists for decades, but while the overall concept may be easy to imagine, discerning
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MUMBAI (Reuters) – From companies building palm-sized satellites to those aiming to propel satellites into space using cleaner fuels, a new wave of space technology startups are mushrooming in India, catching the attention of investors keen to join the space race. Bellatrix Aerospace CEO Rohan Ganapathy stands next to a vacuum chamber at their laboratory
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SANTA BARBARA, California — A European Ariane 5 rocket successfully launched two communications satellites June 20. The heavy lift launcher took off from Europe’s spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, at 5:43 p.m. Eastern, carrying the T-16 satellite for AT&T’s DirecTV business, and the Eutelsat-7C satellite for French operator Eutelsat Communications. The 6,330-kilogram T-16 satellite, built
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