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3D opportunity: Additive manufacturing paths to performance, innovation, and growth (infographic)

3D opportunity: Additive manufacturing paths to performance, innovation, and growth (infographic) | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
Understanding how additive manufacturing technologies can complement traditional manufacturing processes can help businesses craft strategies to improve… (@DU_Press: 3D opportunity—Additive #manufacturing paths to performance, innovation and...
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3D opportunity: Additive manufacturing paths to performance, innovation, and growth (infographic)

3D opportunity: Additive manufacturing paths to performance, innovation, and growth (infographic) | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
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The evolution of my own questions

The evolution of my own questions | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
“Tim, Tuesday, Caitlin and I have come through a winter and spring of thinking about, designing and hosting two Art of Hosting Beyond the Basics learning events. Over 120 people have been with us in...”
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Delta II scrubs OCO-2 launch from Vandenberg - NASASpaceflight.com

Delta II scrubs OCO-2 launch from Vandenberg - NASASpaceflight.com | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
“NASASpaceflight.com Delta II scrubs OCO-2 launch from Vandenberg NASASpaceflight.com 2014-07-01 03_03_58-STS-51L - Google Search GPS satellites had been designed for deployment by the Space Shuttle, however following the loss of Challenger in 1986...”
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Withings Updates Health Mate App With New Heart Rate Sensor ...

Withings Updates Health Mate App With New Heart Rate Sensor ... | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
“Withings has just issued another major update to Health Mate.”
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Affordable Puerto Vallarta: Not Just a Vacation Paradise

Affordable Puerto Vallarta: Not Just a Vacation Paradise | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
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Obama Announces New Advanced Manufacturing Hubs - 3D Printing Industry

Obama Announces New Advanced Manufacturing Hubs - 3D Printing Industry | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
“A new 3D printing hub and metal manufacturing hub have been announced by President Obama as part of a continuation of his National Network of Manufacturing Innovation.”
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Aerospace: Advanced Manufacturing Process by EOS Optimizes Satellite Technology

Aerospace: Advanced Manufacturing Process by EOS Optimizes Satellite Technology | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
“ Aerospace: Advanced Manufacturing Process by EOS Optimizes Satellite Technology”
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Advanced Manufacturing | Department of Energy

Advanced Manufacturing | Department of Energy | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
“The U.S. Department of Energy funds the research, development, and demonstration of highly efficient and innovative manufacturing technologies. The Energy Department has supported the development of more than 250 energy-saving industrial technologies that have been commercialized since 1976.”
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Material ecology: additive technology and biological forms

Material ecology: additive technology and biological forms | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
“ Neri Oxman presents her work from MIT's Mediated Matter Group at the Biomimicry 3.8 conference.”
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28th AIAA/USU Conference on Small Satellites: August 2nd - 7th in Logan, UT.

28th AIAA/USU Conference on Small Satellites: August 2nd - 7th in Logan, UT. | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
During the 28th year of the AIAA/USU Conference on Small Satellites we look to learn more about these exciting entrepreneurial endeavors that are enabled by small satellites, including the technical and business challenges of this new era.
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Satellogic Aims To Launch A Constellation Of Small Imaging Satellites Around Earth | TechCrunch

Satellogic Aims To Launch A Constellation Of Small Imaging Satellites Around Earth | TechCrunch | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
“Satellogic is an Argentinian startup that says it just had its third successful satellite launch. The company was founded by CEO Emiliano Kargieman, who..”
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Space for all: Small, cheap satellites may one day do your bidding - NBC News.com

Space for all: Small, cheap satellites may one day do your bidding - NBC News.com | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
“ Small, cheap satellites may one day do your bidding, @NBCNews reports: http://t.co/LykRM2QPFO #Atmel #Arduino”
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3D opportunity in aerospace and defense: Additive manufacturing takes flight

3D opportunity in aerospace and defense: Additive manufacturing takes flight | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
The aerospace and defense industry is increasingly using additive manufacturing to reduce material costs, decrease labor content, and increase availability of parts at point of use, which may have a dramatic impact on the supply chain.
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Nikon D810 Wants EOS 5D’s Video Crown

Nikon D810 Wants EOS 5D’s Video Crown | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
“Nikon was the first to introduce video in DSLRs, but that pioneer position did not stop Canon from taking the sceptre and running to the front. It has been this way since then, but a new era might have started: Nikon is back on the fight, with the Nikon D810, a camera conceived with video in mind. The new DSLR is launched with a mission: conquer Canon's territory in terms of video. Specifications similar to the EOS 5D Mark III and a competitive price are part of arsenal Nikon has provided the D810 with. But there is more to discover in this new camera.”
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NASA Set To Launch OCO-2 Satellite, Avenge 2009 Spacecraft Loss - CBS Local

NASA Set To Launch OCO-2 Satellite, Avenge 2009 Spacecraft Loss - CBS Local | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
“CBS Local NASA Set To Launch OCO-2 Satellite, Avenge 2009 Spacecraft Loss CBS Local The first OCO satellite, meant to study carbon dioxide sinks and patterns on a global level, marked a tremendous setback for many at NASA when it failed to separate...”
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Mars One Accepting Ideas For Scientific Payloads To Be Sent To The Red ... - International Business Times

Mars One Accepting Ideas For Scientific Payloads To Be Sent To The Red ... - International Business Times | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
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itSeez3D Turns iPad Into “Unbelievable” 3D Scanner with Help of a Structure Sensor

itSeez3D Turns iPad Into “Unbelievable” 3D Scanner with Help of a Structure Sensor | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
“When it comes to 3D scanning, more and more solutions are becoming available as the months go by.”
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A Puerto Vallarta Lifestyle | Simply-Vallarta

A Puerto Vallarta Lifestyle | Simply-Vallarta | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
Simply Vallarta is the number one resource for people taking a Puerto Vallarta vacation.
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Advanced nanometer-scale manufacturing technologies #DigInfo

“ Challenges for the ultimate added value: Advanced nanometer-scale manufacturing technologies (http://www.diginfo.tv/v/14-0030-f-en.php) 12/2/2014 Yan Laborat...”
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Apple to build Mesa, Arizona manufacturing facility, supplier GT Advanced Tech ... - Talking New Media

“ Apple to build Mesa, Arizona manufacturing facility, supplier GT Advanced Tech ... Talking New Media While Apple is usually hesitant to issue press releases about its manufacturing plans, politicians and Apple's suppliers are not.”
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A 3-D Printing Breakthrough: Jennifer Lewis at Harvard 3-D Prints Biological Tissue | MIT Technology Review

A 3-D Printing Breakthrough: Jennifer Lewis at Harvard 3-D Prints Biological Tissue | MIT Technology Review | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
“ Inks made from different types of materials, precisely applied, are greatly expanding the kinds of things that can be printed.”
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5 Excellent Reasons to Drop Everything and Visit Puerto Vallarta

5 Excellent Reasons to Drop Everything and Visit Puerto Vallarta | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
“There are many reasons why Puerto Vallarta remains one of Mexico’s most popular tourist destinations. Visiting this balmy, beachy, beautiful, vibrant (did we mention beautiful?) city is a no-brainer. To really drive the point home, we’ve gathered five photos that’ll make you want to book your flight immediately. With oceans this sparkling and foods this delectable, everything else can wait.”
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MIT-developed 'microthrusters' could propel small satellites | SpaceRef

MIT-developed 'microthrusters' could propel small satellites | SpaceRef | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
A penny-sized rocket thruster may soon power the smallest satellites in space. Mini ion thrusters are manufactured using micro-manufacturing techniques. This image shows an example of the different parts comprising a thruster. The finalized device is at the bottom right, measuring 1 cm by 1 cm and 2 mm in thickness. The device, designed by Paulo Lozano, an associate professor of aeronautics and astronautics at MIT, bears little resemblance to today's bulky satellite engines, which are laden with valves, pipes and heavy propellant tanks. Instead, Lozano's design is a flat, compact square -- much like a computer chip -- covered with 500 microscopic tips that, when stimulated with voltage, emit tiny beams of ions. Together, the array of spiky tips creates a small puff of charged particles that can help propel a shoebox-sized satellite forward.
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A New Book on Small Satellites and Their Regulation by Ram S. Jakhu & Joseph N. Pelton

A New Book on Small Satellites and Their Regulation by Ram S. Jakhu & Joseph N. Pelton | Space Technologies | Scoop.it
As you may know that the number of small satellites—of various types--is increasing fast as their benefits are being realized. This short and unique interdisciplinary book, covering both technical and regulatory aspects, examines all the different types of applications and reasons for small as well as exploring technical and operational innovations that are being introduced. It also examines the new technical standards, removal techniques or other methods that might help to address current problems and the regulatory issues and procedures to ameliorate problems associated with small satellites, especially mounting levels of orbital debris and noncompliance with radio frequency and national licensing requirements, liabilities, export controls and so on. For more details of this book, please click on the link...
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