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NASA Worldwide Hackathon

Huffington Post - ‎vor 2 Stunden‎
Few organizations are as inspirational to millions around the world as the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. (NASA) From placing the first man on the moon, to the space shuttle program, the Hubble telescope and the Mars mission, reaching ...

NASA to take part in joint air quality monitoring project

Korea Times - ‎01.05.2016‎
The U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) will monitor air quality here this month in collaboration with the Korean National Institute of Environmental Research (KNIER).

Science Museum Receives $14.5 Million From NASA To Promote Space Science

Tech Times - ‎30.04.2016‎
The objective of the contract is to aid NASA bring its resources to learners all across the United States in novel and unique methods.

NASA Boeing spacecraft to carry astronauts to ISS after five years

The TeCake - ‎vor 22 Stunden‎
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is sending crew of astronauts including Sunita Williams to International Space Station in a private spacecraft named Boeing's CST-100 Starliner spacecraft.

NASA CIO Rapped for Lacking Agency-Wide IT Security Plan: Watchdog

Wall Street Journal (blog) - ‎20.04.2016‎
A revolving door of security experts is leaving the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's CIO without “strong leadership” to oversee information security, the federal space agency's inspector general said in a recent report.

NASA Honors Prince with Stunning Image of Purple Nebula

Nature World News - ‎23.04.2016‎
According to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the image is the combination of Hubble's view of the nebula at visible wavelengths, obtained using three different filters sensitive to the emission from oxygen and sulphur ions and Herschel's far-infrared ...

Faster, quieter, greener: Will NASA's campaign for X-planes pick up speed?

GeekWire - ‎25.04.2016‎
X-planes - that is, experimental aircraft like the X-1 and the X-15 - played a big role in the history of NASA's predecessor agency, known as the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics or NACA.

NASA astronauts take Boeing shuttle simulator for test drive

Christian Science Monitor - ‎28.04.2016‎
The female spacewalk record holder, along with fellow astronaut Eric Boe, is testing NASA-backed training simulators manufactured by the Boeing Company at its St. Louis facility.

Race to Mars: Europe, China, and NASA Compete to Explore the Red Planet

Nature World News - ‎21.04.2016‎
Conquering Mars, also known as the Red Planet, is the latest objective of international space agencies including the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), European Space Agency (ESA) and China National Space Administration (CNSA).

NASA Selects Science Museum of Minn. to Spearhead $14.5M Space, Earth Sciences Project - ‎27.04.2016‎
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is turning to the Science Museum of Minnesota to educate the public on space and earth sciences.

NASA To UFO Hunters: We Did Not Intentionally Shut Down Live ISS Video Feed

ValueWalk - ‎20.04.2016‎
Officials at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) have confirmed to ValueWalk that a live video feed on the International Space Station, the subject of significant speculation, was not intentionally cut.

NASA: Pluto's Sister Planet Makemake Gets Its Own Moon

Nature World News - ‎28.04.2016‎
IN SPACE - JULY 11: In this handout provided by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the dwarf planet Pluto (R) and Charon are shown July 11, 2015.

Senate bill underfunds Mars mission to spend $1 billion on rocket NASA doesn't need

RT - ‎22.04.2016‎
NASA's goal of sending humans to Mars requires some extra cash, so a $21 million budget increase proposed by a Senate committee would seem like welcome news.

Filipino student among the winners of NASA's design challenge - ‎28.04.2016‎
Tuason, together with his teammates from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, bested other competitors from top US colleges including Georgia Tech, The State University of New York at Buffalo and Purdue University, inside NASA's Langley Research ...

NASA's Juno Spacecraft to Arrive at Jupiter in July

Sputnik International - ‎29.04.2016‎
"The spacecraft, which will reveal the story of the formation and evolution of the planet Jupiter, will enter into orbit around the gas giant that [July 4] evening, five years after leaving Earth," NASA said on Friday. Juno will make two 53-day ...

NASA News And Updates: Research Backs Theory That Magnetic Field May Have Caused Moon's 'Tattoos'

Parent Herald - ‎vor 21 Stunden‎
There are new observations supporting the theory that the "tattoos" or the light and dark swirl patterns on the moon's surface may have been caused by magnetic fields shielding parts of the moon from solar wind, the National Aeronautics and Space ...

Sky is the limit for Liberty native at NASA

Quincy Herald Whig - ‎vor 16 Stunden‎
The 24-year-old Liberty High School and John Wood Community College product is in his first year as a trajectory operations and planning officer for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration -- NASA. Translation: Francis is kind of a big deal ...

NASA Astronaut 'Fascinated' by View of Israel from Outer Space

Breaking Israel News - ‎24.04.2016‎
Days before Passover 2016 on the International Space Station, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) astronaut Jeff Williams uploaded a photo of Israel and its neighbors—and shared his feelings with the world.

NASA's 'Think Outside the Box' challenge: Students to design 3D printed expandable objects for astronauts

India Today - ‎20.04.2016‎
Check out this interesting challenge which NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) has come up with! The administration has launched a new challenge for students, in which they have to design an expandable object for astronauts that can be ...

S. Korea, NASA to partner on air pollution study

Yonhap News - ‎19.04.2016‎
SEJONG, April 19 (Yonhap) -- The U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) will send two science planes to South Korea next week to conduct an air pollution study in cooperation with the Asian country's environment research body, ...