A buggy built for a mission millions of miles away

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The kind of rovers that drive on the Moon would be useless on Mars. So how will astronauts get around the Red Planet? The mission statement for Journey to Mars declares that Nasa expects to land an astronaut on the Red Planet by the mid-2030's. But in order to achieve this goal, Nasa will need to...

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Iran reveals anti-drone rifle

Drone jamming, for future clashes Antennas are the latest weapon in the war on drones. Small, unmanned flying robots can scout the locations of troops, help artillery commanders aim attacks, and sometimes even carry explosives themselves. To catch drones, police and militaries are experimenting w...

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SpaceX won't launch astronauts until 2018

The company will not meet its 2017 deadline. It's official: SpaceX is not going to meet its 2017 deadline to carry its first astronauts into space. The first crewed flight of the Dragon capsule has been pushed back from August 2017 to May 2018. Since NASA retired the space shuttle in 2011, Americ...

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NASA Just Ordered a Robot That Can Repair Satellites in Orbit [feedly]



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NASA Just Ordered a Robot That Can Repair Satellites in Orbit
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UK, France and Spain sign A400M support service contract with Airbus [feedly]



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UK, France and Spain sign A400M support service contract with Airbus
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The UK, France and Spain have signed a long-term global support service contract with Airbus Defence and Space for their new fleet of A400M Atlas aircraft.
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Lockheed completes critical design review phase of GPS III upgrades [feedly]



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Lockheed completes critical design review phase of GPS III upgrades
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Lockheed Martin has announced that it has passed a milestone in developing the upgrades for the US Air Force's (USAF) current GPS satellite ground control system.
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NASA Announces Early Stage Innovation Space Technology Research Grants [feedly]



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NASA Announces Early Stage Innovation Space Technology Research Grants
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Thirteen University-Led Proposals Selected For Up To $500,000 Each NASA has selected 13 university-led proposals for the study of innovative, early stage technologies that address high priority needs of America's space program.
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Boeing, Air Tanzania Confirm Order for 787 Dreamliner

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NASA Runs First-Ever Test of New Jet Engine Tech

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Car, truck, train and aircraft manufacturers have made great strides in recent years to reduce fuel consumption, resulting in consumer savings and lower emissions. With NASA's help, the aircraft industry is striving to increase fuel efficiency even more. One way to do that is to create new aircraft engine designs. Engineers at NASA's Glenn Research Center in Cleveland are testing a new fan

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Article Engineers Begin Next Phase of Unmanned Aircraft Technologies Trials in Flying Testbed

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Engineers Begin Next Phase of Unmanned Aircraft Technologies Trials in Flying Testbed
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As part of collaborative efforts across the UK to assess how autonomous air vehicles could be integrated in UK airspace, scientists and engineers at BAE Systems have begun another tranche of ground-breaking unmanned aircraft technology trials using a ...

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Amazon Completes First Prime Air Drone Delivery - PC Magazine

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Amazon Completes First Prime Air Drone Delivery
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... away and drops the package at your doorstep—or in Richard of Cambridgeshire's case, on a target in his backyard. In May 2015, Amazon earned a patent for a retail delivery system using unmanned aircraft—the first of many steps toward drone shipments.
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Bulgaria issues RFP for new fighter

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Exploring the Present and Future of the Drone Industry - Commercial UAV News

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Exploring the Present and Future of the Drone Industry
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If you've ever done a search for "commercial drone" or something similar, you've likely come across one of Colin Snow's articles. A 25-year technology industry veteran whose interest and expertise in commercial drones stems from his experience making

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Capt. Andy Gibbons: Navy Begins MQ-25 UAV Integration With Aircraft Carriers

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Capt. Andy Gibbons: Navy Begins to Integrate MQ-25 UAV With ...
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The U.S. Navy has started to integrate the MQ-25 Stingray unmanned aerial vehicle with its aircraft carriers, C4ISRNET reported Tuesday. Mark Pomerleau writes Capt. Andy Gibbons, program manager for carrier and air integration at program executive ...

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