Press Releases with tag "NASA"
Clearpath Robotics Husky A200 Unmanned Ground Vehicle in Training for NASA’s HI-SEAS Study
Clearpath Robotics’ Husky A200 has joined Dr. Jean Hunter and Dr. Kim Binstead, for a two week training session at the Mars Desert Research Station in Utah in preparation for the four-month Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS).
NASA Selects Lion Precision Sensors For X-Ray Telescope Assembly, Abandons Lasers
High-Performance capacitive displacement sensors are used in mounting large, thin mirrors in X-ray telescopes. Laser sensors could not be made to work.
A Partnership Extending to New Bounds: FUTEK + NASA
Though FUTEK has been in operation for 24 years, their story with NASA and space exploration began decades beforehand. Remarkable dreams came true for all FUTEK engineers, technicians and office personnel as Curiosity landed upon the Martian surface.
NASA Funds Bella Gaia Education Project “Beautiful Earth”
PROJECT BRINGS IMMERSIVE VISUAL EXPERIENCE CENTERED AROUND
SPACE TRAVEL, EARTH SCIENCE, AND NATIVE AMERICAN WISDOM
TO CLASSROOMS AND SCIENCE CENTERS NATIONALLY
12-Year Investigation Leads To The New Physics Of Gravity Modification (Antigravity)
Gravity modification is now theoretically feasible with the discovery of the massless formula for gravitational acceleration g=τc^2, and the discovery of Non Inertia, Ni, Fields.
NASA Cartoons Lampoon Life Inside NASA
Nasaology, a new NASA Cartoon site has launched offering a humorous look at NASA and the space program from the inside. The site was originally launched for people ‘inside’ the space program.
The Rock Ranch Selected to Embark on Space Farm 7 Mission
Seven farms across the U.S. selected to participate in nationwide collaborative outreach project with NASA
NASAology.com Website Goes Live: Cartoons Highlight NASA’s Politics, Management Inefficiencies!
A new website that uses cartoons to depict what goes on “inside NASA” has today been launched at NASAology.com.
First World: Covenant Announces China’s First Manned Mission To The Moon
Published by The Ashton Times, Covenant’s prequel novella to the award nominated screenplay Revelation, unravels the classified discoveries of NASA’s Apollo missions.
Seattle, WA, Artist’s Work to Be Launched on NASA’s Next Space Shuttle Mission
A hand-crafted glass bead, created by local artist Lara Lutrick, was selected by Beads of Courage to go to space and back on NASA’s STS-134 mission. The artwork,is part of Beads of Courage and NASA’s Beads in Space project. T
The Space Experience On Viewpoints
Celebrating Their 10th Anniversary, Founder And President Of The Space Tourism Society, John Spencer Joined Kate Valentine For An Enlightening Discussion On Space Tourism-The Past, The Present And The Future.
Plymouth Tube Company Aerospace Tubing and N.A.S.A.
Plymouth Tube presented at NASA's Quality Leadership Forum in March.
Brain Surgeon to Present Status of NASA Collaboration Before Congress March 15
Surgeon To Explain How Space Technology is Being Used To Develop 3D Surgical Instruments
CapitalMarine.co.uk Now Stocking NASA BM-1 Compact Battery Monitor
The NASA BM-1 Compact battery monitor is true to its name at just 124mm x 62mm x 23mm, and is based on the incredibly popular BM-1 marine battery monitor.
Aerospace Engineers Release New Rocket Information
AE Aerospace's Andrew Edwards has designed and published the information regarding a new rocket engine. This new Hybrid Ion Rocket Engine uses electricity and magnets to make rockets more powerful.
Astronauts on Twitter, Print-On-Demand Publishing, and Internet Retailing Converge to Bring Space Station Prints to Holiday Gift Giving.
A technology first. From outer space to retail in 10 days.
NASA Spacecraft in Comet Rendezvous
NASA's EPOXI spacecraft flew past it target, comet Hartley 2, Thursday morning and has begun returning images of the cosmic snowball.
Technology And Business Management Consultant, Andrea Belz, Interviewed On Experts And Leaders Network On Big Media USA
The Experts and Leaders Network hosted by Carl Terzian Associates Internet radio station on Big Media USA recently interviewed Andrea Belz, PhD, MBA, a leading consultant and author in technology management and effective leadership.
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution To Host Moon Beat Documentary; WHOI’s Legendary ‘Peanut Butter Club’ Set for Cape Cod Premiere Aug 20th
Reporters Who Covered NASA and Space Race Featured in Award-Winning Documentary
San Diego Premiere Of "Moon Beat" Set For July 17, 2010
The new documentary film, "Moon Beat," explores the epic July 1969 flight of Apollo 11 & showcases the news reporters who were assigned to cover NASA both in the run-up to and during the first manned lunar landing. Followed by Q&A w/ the director.
Gulf Oil Spill: Spacebase Technology for Subsea Containment
A spacebase is a sealed containment structure which must automatically and rapidly repair damage and close leaks. Advanced spacebase designs exist and should be used to contain nuclear, toxic or invectious hazards such as in the Gulf Oil Spill.
University of Colorado Journalism School to Host Moon Beat; Screening of Award-Winning Apollo XI Doc Film About Journalists Slated for April 26 Preview
Top Journalists Who Covered Apollo XI Star in Moon Beat at UC School of Journalism
As NASA Looks Forward, Moon Beat Recalls Apollo XI from Reporters’ POV
Featuring John Noble Wilford, George Alexander, Victor McElheny, NASA’s Jack King and
Air Force General Don Hard Weighs Implications of President Obama's Space Program
President Obama's space policy seems to be leading to the commercialization of the industry, according to retired General Don Hard.
Citrix XenDesktop Helps NASA Astronauts on the ISS Keep in Touch with Family and Friends
NASA has incorporated Citrix XenDesktop with high-definition HDX technology into its recently launched Crew-supported LAN, enabling ISS astronauts to keep in touch with family and friends on the ground.
International Space Development Conference
The National Space Society's International Space Development Conference is where astronauts, scientists, entrepreneurs, officials, activists and other citizens who look forward to the “final frontier” gather each year.