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  • World’s fastest camera can capture Light

    A regular camera with a flash uses regular light, but in this case the researchers use “coded” light flashes, as a form of encryption. Every time a coded light flash hits the object – for example, a chemical reaction in a burning flame – the object emits an image...
  • ISRO invites proposals for space experiments : Venus Mission

    India has moved a step closer to its maiden mission to Venus with its space agency ISRO announcing that proposals have been sought for space-based experiments to study the planet. The Announcement of Opportunity (AO) is for space experiments by institutions in the country, and the last date for...
  • French space researchers looking for volunteers to lie in bed for 60 days

    Researchers at the Institute for Space Medicine and Physiology in France are on the lookout for 24 fit, healthy males who don’t smoke and are between the ages of 20 and 45 to spend 60 days straight in bed to test the effects of weightlessness in the Universe.. The study is...
  • Honda places high-stakes bet on Software, Robotics with new R&D unit

    In early January, Honda unveiled its Cooperative Mobility Ecosystem concept at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, connecting the power of artificial intelligence, robotics and big data to transform the mobility experience of the future and improve customers’ quality of life. RELATED POST:  FARADAY FUTURE IMPRESSED ALL THE RIGHT PEOPLE AT CES2017 It...
  • NASA at work on autonomous space rendezvous technology

    International Space Station ( NASA), Launching soon aboard the 10th SpaceX commercial resupply mission, will be a technology module called Raven. Raven will test foundational technologies that will enable autonomous rendezvous in space, by that NASA will be one step closer to having a relative navigation capability To envision...
  • SpaceX Targets Feb. 18 for 1st Launch from Historic NASA Pad

    SpaceX is preparing to launch its 10th cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station for NASA, which is now set for Feb. 18. The mission will bring crucial supplies for the space station crew and materials to support more than a dozen experiments on the orbiting lab, including a...
  • NASA’s Next Rover Faces Steep Challenges on Path to Mars

    This artist’s rendition shows the top mast of NASA’s Mars 2020 rover as it might appear as the trundles across the Martian surface. Before the mission reaches Mars, however, it must first overcome several difficult developmental obstacles. An independent review has identified several areas of concern in the development...
  • Defense IQ Study Suggests 75% of Military Professionals Believe 3D Printing Will Be Standardized

    Military research, analysis and commentary company Defense IQ revealed in a recent study presented via infographic that over 28% of surveyed military professionals and stakeholders are actively looking into the development and implementation of 3D printing or additive manufacturing-based systems. Previously, 3DPrint.com reported the increasing usage of 3D printing technology in the field...
  • US must collaborate more on space research : NASA

    US and INDIA should collaborate more on space research programmes, a prominent scientist from the US space agency NASA stressed here as he felicitated two young Indian astronomers who created history by discovering asteroids in 2010 that are now recognised by the International Astronomical Union (IAU) in the US....
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