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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin A new way of 3D printing, shrinking 3D printing, will make 3D printing small objects a breeze . The idea behind the shrinking 3D printer is to print an object and then shrink it to the required size – a technique known as implosion fabrication. The
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WASHINGTON — A European Space Agency satellite-deorbiting program that’s been struggling to gain traction with its member states and with industry has been redesigned to be more appealing. ESA is seeking to revive its e.Deorbit program from 2013 by expanding the mission beyond deorbiting a single satellite. Furthermore, the agency is not stipulating that the
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WASHINGTON — The Senate approved legislation Dec. 20 to reform commercial space regulations and extend the life of the International Space Station, but the passage may be too late for this bill to become law. The Senate approved by unanimous consent the Space Frontier Act, S. 3277, a bill introduced in July by Sen. Ted
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Mathematicians have been studying why break-ins spike during the holiday season and what can be done to change this. Photo Credit: Getty Royalty-FreeGetty Packages on doorsteps, presents decoratively arranged under trees near windows for all to see: While many of us view holidays as times to connect and celebrate with our friends and families, researchers say
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