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August 27, 2014
Russia Considers Meteor Impact Prevention Project
Moscow (RIA Novosti) Aug 26, 2014
A project to protect people and economic facilities from the impact of space objects could be launched in Russia this year, Russian Emergencies Ministry has announced. "The Emergencies Ministry, working jointly with the Academy of Sciences, has been instructed to produce a design for a pilot project for the protection of people and social facilities from the impact of space objects," reads a report by the ministry. The issue received additional attention in Russia and worldwide after a meteo ... read more

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Pitt engineer turns metal into glass
Materials scientists have long sought to form glass from pure, monoatomic metals. Scott X. Mao and colleagues did it. Their paper, "Formation of Monoatomic Metallic Glasses Through Ultrafast Liquid ... more
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Roscosmos Intends to Spend About $298 Million on Removing Orbital Clutter
The Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos) is planning to spend 10.8 million rubles to develop a new spacecraft that would be used to remove space debris which is locked in a geostationary orbit, ... more
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Russia to develop scavenger to collect cosmic debris by 2025
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Mitsubishi Electric Ready to Deliver Himawari-8 to Tanegashima
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New EIAST Primary Sat Fab Facilities Ready Soon
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Laser makes microscopes way cooler
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Paper offers insights into new class of semiconductors
A new paper by University of Notre Dame researchers describes their investigations of the fundamental optical properties of a new class of semiconducting materials known as organic-inorganic "hybrid ... more
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Discovery suggests surprising uses for common bubbles
Anyone who has ever had a glass of fizzy soda knows that bubbles can throw tiny particles into the air. But in a finding with wide industrial applications, Princeton researchers have demonstrated th ... more
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Researchers prove stability of wonder material silicene
An international team of researchers has taken a significant step towards understanding the fundamental properties of the two-dimensional material silicene by showing that it can remain stable in th ... more
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New F-16 configuration features AESA radar
The newest configuration of Lockheed Martin's F-16 Fighting Falcon has new capabilities with integration of Active Electronically Scanned Array Radar. ... more
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Aerojet Rocketdyne To Develop Large Scale Additive Manufacturing
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Lockheed taps GenDyn unit for Space Fence ground equipment structures
Ground structures for housing the U.S. Space Fence program are to be designed and built by a General Dynamics business unit under contract from Lockheed Martin. ... more
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Octopus inspires new camouflage material
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The Future of CubeSats
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Canada's MDA receives radar antennas for satellite use
Self-deploying radar antennas from Astro Aerospace are to be used on Canada's Earth observation satellites that monitor maritime activity. ... more
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WTO confirms China rare earth trade limits break rules
The World Trade Organization on Thursday upheld its ruling that China had violated global trade rules by restricting exports of rare earths, used in hi-tech goods like mobile phones and televisions. ... more
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Geologists warn of mega quake for north Chile
North Chile is at risk of a mega earthquake after a tremor in April released only some of the tension building along a high-risk fault zone since 1877, researchers said Wednesday. ... more
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Robotic-assisted imaging will help in daily hospital practice
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Disney develops method to capture stylized hair for 3-D-printed figurines
Perhaps no aspect of 3D printing has captured the popular imagination more than personalized figurines with the facial features of real people. Now, researchers at Disney Research Zurich and the Uni ... more
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BAE Systems touts its Artisan radar system
BAE Systems is singing the praises of its medium-range 3D surveillance radar that can monitor more than 800 objects simultaneously. ... more
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Association of satellite operators joins program for space safety
An international association of satellite operators has joined a U.S. Department of Defense program for data sharing for situational awareness and space safety. ... more
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USN Moderates CubeSat RF Communications Standards Meeting
Universal Space Network (USN) moderated a meeting Tuesday of 20 CubeSat industry leaders from academia, industry and government in an effort to develop a standardized communications package. " ... more
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