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July 03, 2015
STATION NEWS
Russia launches Soyuz Progress with supplies for ISS
Baikonur, Kazakhstan (SPX) Jul 03, 2015
The Soyuz-U carrier rocket with the Russian Progress-M28M cargo spacecraft has been launched from the Baikonur Space Center in Kazakhstan and is headed for the International Space Station (ISS), the Russian Mission Control outside Moscow said. "The estimated time of the transport cargo vessel's separation from the third stage of the launch vehicle and its entering the set orbit is July 3 08:04 Moscow time [05:04 GMT]," a mission control representative said. The Progress cargo vessel will dock wi ... read more
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Global Positioning System: A Generation of Service to the World
Twenty years ago, the United States Air Force announced the Global Positioning System had achieved Full Operational Capability. As of July 17, 1995, a total of 24 satellites were on orbit, providing ... more
ROCKET SCIENCE

Engineers help NASA fine-tune new Space Launch System
Researchers at the University of Georgia College of Engineering are helping NASA determine if a key rocket component can withstand the rigors of the next generation of space flight. The parts ... more
LAUNCH PAD

More Fidelity for SpaceX In-Flight Abort Reduces Risk
Following the successful pad abort test in May, SpaceX began developing a plan that would move its in-flight abort test to provide higher fidelity data and reduce risk to future crews launched to th ... more
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RUSSIAN SPACE

Siberia Home to New Russian Space Monitoring Complex
The Russian Space Monitoring System will comprise a network of more than a dozen specialized complexes by 2018; the first will appear in Siberia's Altai and Primorye regions. The Russian Space ... more


OUTER PLANETS

New Horizons 'Speeds Up' on Final Approach to Pluto
With just two weeks to go before its historic July 14 flight past Pluto, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft tapped the accelerator late last night and tweaked its path toward the Pluto system. The 23-se ... more
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OUTER PLANETS

NASA Met Unprecedented Challenges Sending Spacecraft to Pluto
NASA's New Horizons mission presented challenges like no other, but its goal also was unprecedented. The spacecraft will soon begin a study of the farthest reaches of the solar system. It was an his ... more
SPACE MEDICINE

Twin Space Institutes to perform a biomedical research study
The National Space Biomedical Research Institute (NSBRI) has announced that a pathfinder study is underway in Cologne, Germany to investigate the effects of simulated spaceflight conditions on brain ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
Iran nuclear talks set to drag into weekend -- and beyond

Beijing's South China Sea runway 'nearly complete': US think-tank

Russia to loan Armenia $200 million for arms: Yerevan

McCain Blows His Top Over US Inability to Abandon Russian Rocket Engines

Europe teams up for next-gen mission control software

NASA Gears Up to Test Orion's Powerhouse

NovaWurks and Spaceflight Services set for payload test bed mission in 2017

LAUNCH PAD

Rocket Lab Announces World's First Commercial Launch Site
Today Rocket Lab announced it will be the first commercial company to build and operate an orbital launch site. The company plans to build the launch site on Kaitorete Spit in the Canterbury region ... more
UAV NEWS

US Army orders 19 more Gray Eagle Drones despite problems
The General Atomics MQ-1C Gray Eagle is commonly described as a medium-altitude, long-endurance drone developed by GAAS for the US Army as an upgrade of its MQ-1 drone. "Work will be performed ... more
MILITARY COMMUNICATIONS

Fourth MUOS arrives in Florida for August launch
The U.S. Navy and Lockheed Martin delivered Sunday the fourth Mobile User Objective System satellite to the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station for launch in August. ... more
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SPACEWAR

Russia to Develop System to Block Satellite Signals, Shut Down Missiles
Russian engineers are working on a new signal suppression system that could block cruise missiles and communication of satellites, said Yuri Maevskiy, the Deputy Director of Radio-Electronic Technol ... more
UAV NEWS

Secret Russian Hypersonic Nuke Glider Can Pierce Any Missile Defense
Extremely maneuverable, ultra-fast and elusive, the hypersonic Yu-71 can break through any missile defense system, military experts said. Russia has reportedly carried out four tests already. Russia ... more
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ENERGY TECH

Nanowires could be the LEDs of the future
The latest research from the Niels Bohr Institute shows that LEDs made from nanowires will use less energy and provide better light. The researchers studied nanowires using X-ray microscopy and with ... more
CHIP TECH

With 300 kilometers per second to new electronics
It may be significantly easier to design electronic components in future. Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids have discovered that the electrical resistance of a co ... more
TECH SPACE

What your clothes may say about you
Moving closer to the possibility of "materials that compute" and wearing your computer on your sleeve, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering have designed a respo ... more
TIME AND SPACE

X-raying ion channels
"In this field, x-ray crystallography is considered the ultimate form of evidence: if something is demonstrated with this technique, then it just has to be true" explains SISSA professor Vincent Tor ... more
WATER WORLD

Scientists find deepest-ever-dwelling centipede species
It's the centipede from hell - or the centipede trying to dig a hole to China. It's a centipede really far below your feet. ... more
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TECTONICS

Understanding subduction zone earthquakes
The 26 December 2004 Mw ~9.2 Indian Ocean earthquake (also known as the Sumatra-Andaman or Aceh-Andaman earthquake), which generated massive, destructive tsunamis, especially along the Aceh coast of ... more
WATER WORLD

Ocean algae will cope well in varying climates
Tiny marine algae that play a critical role in supporting life on Earth may be better equipped to deal with future climate change than previously expected, research shows. Scientists investiga ... more
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