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NASA Chief Visits New Aerospace Building at the University of Colorado Boulder

Please enable javascript to view this video. BOULDER, Colorado – One of the first visitors to the new aerospace engineering building at the University of Colorado Boulder was the head of the National Aerospace Authority who made a tour of Boulder's facilities Friday morning. Jim Bridenstine, head of NASA, said Colorado gets more money from NASA than other states. He …

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Aerospace breakthrough: spacecraft that could cover 3.6 million miles per day passes the test | Science | news

The Lightsail 2 vehicle is an experiment demonstrating the practical application of a controlled "sun sail" that far surpasses conventional rocket engines. The revolutionary mission was launched on June 25 and developed by the US-based "The Planetary Society". The journey was the first to demonstrate sun sails and use energy from the sun to orbit the earth. The tiny 10 …

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SpaceX Simplified: A Short Guide to Elon Musks Aerospace Company

SpaceX, the rocket company founded by technology billionaire Elon Musk, was founded with the goal of bringing people to Mars. Nearly two decades later, it is getting closer and closer to achieving that goal, while at the same time reaching many more milestones along the way Amanda Kooser / CNET If you have difficulty adhering to SpaceX's plans to replace …

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The CEO of United Technologies explains why Boston is the key to the new aerospace giant

Despite a head office move to Boston, United Technologies CEO Gray Hays told FOX Business that the idea of ​​leaving Connecticut for high taxes was "obviously wrong." We make compromises of equals. We compromise on the name. We make compromises on board composition. We compromise on the location of the headquarters, "he told Maria Bartiromo on Wednesday, adding that this …

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Hayabusa2, Japan sample lands on Ryugu asteroid, Japanese aerospace exploration agency JAXA publishes Pics, video

Hayabusa2: "These wonderful pictures were possible because of your donations," a JAXA official said. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has posted photos and videos featuring the Hayabusa2 spacecraft on the asteroid Ryugu. 19659003] The images released on Tuesday show sand and rocks flying up after the probe fired a bullet into the asteroid to collect samples. The probe is …

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Aerospace Launch, which produces 3D printed missiles, now has a launch site in America's busiest spaceport

America's busiest spaceport in Cape Canaveral, Florida, is about to gain a new tenant: a startup that shares SpaceX's ambitious plans to make humans a multiplanetary species. The new inmate is LA-based launch provider Relativity Space, a company that wants to revolutionize rocket production with fully automated 3D printing. The company will shortly have its own launch pad for future …

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Investment push for Australia's aerospace and AI industry

This is a Creative Commons story from The Lead South Australia a news service that delivers stories about innovation in South Australia. Feel free to use the story in any form of media. The sources of the story are linked to the copy, and all the contacts are ready to go on talking about the story. The Australian aerospace and …

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What can be seen in the National Aerospace Museum before its renovation?

WASHINGTON – The National Aerospace Museum will close two galleries – "Apollo to the Moon" and "Looking at Earth" – as a seven-year renovation project begins. At the beginning of January, seven more galleries are closed. Most of the museum's main attractions, such as the Spirit of St. Louis and the Moonrocks, are still visible, but hundreds of other artifacts …

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Paul Allen's aerospace company specifies plans for rockets, freight vehicles

SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft's co-founder billionaire space billionaire Paul Allen has unveiled details of mid-range rockets and a reusable spacecraft on Monday that will introduce more competition into the lucrative launch market. A new family of launchers, including an air launch system, mid-range launchers, and a reusable spacecraft, are featured in this rendering image, published by Seattle-based billionaire Microsoft billionaire …

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NASA is investing $ 44 million in cryogenic and aerospace technology – TechCrunch

NASA has announced a series of public-private partnerships with several US space companies, totaling an impressive $ 44 million. Blue Origin, Astrobotic Technology, United Launch Alliance, and others are each receiving up to $ 10 million for a variety of safe and efficient exploration and space projects. The 10 Awards Are for "Turning-Point" Technologies NASA calls them promising, but needs …

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