NASA's latest data download just covered way more distance, and contained way more awesome, than any earthbound file transfer: the agency beamed a high-def video down from the International Space Station this week using a high-powered laser.
"NASA says the boost in data transmission capabilities is like going from dial-up to DSL."
Very cool. The ability to get more data across is a good step for the future in general and mission potential in specific.
New research debunks years of government myths. (@joerogan Clinical studies proving the positive effects of psilocybin: http://t.co/GVKp6G1Rxk)
From the article: "Fourteen months later, 94% said their trip on magic mushrooms was one of the five most important moments of their lives. Thirty-nine percent said it was the most important thing that had ever happened to them. Their colleagues, friends, and family members said the participants were kinder and happier; the volunteers had positive experiences ranging from more empathy and improved marriages to less drinking."
You won’t find the 300 MPG Volkswagen XL1 in an American showroom, in fact it has even been denied a tour of America because it is too efficient for the American public to be made widely aware of, and oil profits are too high in America with the status quo in place. No tour has…
Please tell me this was covered by Snopes...because if these statements are true, I am just flustered.
The use of killer robots will be debated for the first time at the United Nations Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons. (It has begun!
If we use killer robots, in time others will use killer robots. And what happens after the killer robots finish fighting each other? Will we ban human involved in combat, or will we just become less effective fighters?
Astronaut snaps photo of massive storm near Argentina
In the beginning, we marveled at the weather, our knowledge not extending much past the horizon. Now that we're in space, able to see cloud formations across the planet, we're feeling the same kind of awe and inspiration.
from the article: "The plan seeks to advance the agency's post-shuttle goal of transforming the space center into the go-to launch site for not only NASA missions but also those by emerging commercial ventures that would drive any new development."
Yep, being mindful of where space funding could be in the future.
NASA's Voyager Probes Still Healthy After Nearly 4 Decades in Space Space.com Nearly 30 years later, she is project manager of the Voyager Interstellar Mission under which the two spacecraft continue to explore the vast expanse of space beyond the...
The best nuclear thing we ever made. Now if we could just approve SETI to transmit as well as receive...
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