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  • Recent case brings to mind other locals accused of trying to export sensitive U.S. technology

    Recent case brings to mind other locals accused of trying to export sensitive U.S. technology
    The recent arrest of a local man on charges of trying to steal and export schematics for the nation's most advanced aircraft carrier brings to mind other local cases in which people have been accused of export-control violations.
  • Antares rocket explodes, hurts Va.'s space ambitions

    Antares rocket explodes, hurts Va.'s space ambitions
    Virginia's ambitions to become a major hub for the commercial space industry took a hit in October, when an Antares rocket boosting a cargo spacecraft to the International Space Station exploded seconds after lift-off at the state-owned Mid-Atlantic...

    What a comeback: Revived Kepler spacecraft finds its first new planet

    What a comeback: Revived Kepler spacecraft finds its first new planet
    It doesn’t pay to bet against Kepler. Even though the NASA spacecraft was hobbled a year and a half ago, the battered telescope has still managed to find a super-Earth. At 20,000 miles across, the newly discovered planet is 2.5 times as wide as...

    Kepler spacecraft finds a second life - and an important new exoplanet

    Kepler spacecraft finds a second life - and an important new exoplanet
    NASA's Kepler spacecraft should have been rendered useless by a 2013 hardware failure, but instead its secondary mission -- called K2 -- has just yielded its first major discovery in the form of a particularly exciting exoplanet. The limping spacecraft,...

    SpaceX launch postponed again; it's too sunny up there

    SpaceX launch postponed again; it's too sunny up there
    Concerns over the International Space Station's angles and exposure to sunlight during late December and early January have led SpaceX to again postpone the launch of their Dragon capsule to resupply the station. Next target date is Jan. 6, 2015. The...