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  • Could NASA's 2015 budget leave Mars rover Opportunity high and dry?

    NASA’s Mars rover Opportunity recently passed its 10th anniversary exploring the Red Planet and embarked on what scientists called a brand new mission, but the trusty little rover’s funding has been thrust onto uncertain terrain. In the $17....
  • Film Review: 'Above All Else'

    Looking to shed light on one small part of a larger hot-button environmental debate, documentarian John Fiege's "Above All Else" chronicles a 2012 grassroots fight in East Texas to halt TransCanada's controversial Keystone XL pipeline. While the Obama...
  • KSC visitor complex flying high

    KSC visitor complex flying high
    I rolled up to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex last week on one of those glorious Florida mornings with crisp air and bright, clear skies. Perfect shuttle launch weather. When I was a kid, a launch was the reason you went to KSC. The visitor...
  • Digital artists in India make U.S. films pop

    MUMBAI, India — Darren Aronofsky may be a household name in Hollywood, where his last two films were critically acclaimed hits. But to the young Indian artists laboring on the director's newest project — the Biblical epic "Noah" — he was...
  • Satellite slideshow shows 'brutal winter,' day by day

    Satellite slideshow shows 'brutal winter,' day by day
    What does misery look like from miles up in space? A day-by-day slide show of satellite photos shows a steady march of winter storms across the Midwest and the East Coast from the beginning of January until early this week. Or as someone from NASA...
  • His Endeavour: Giving old shuttle parts a new space

    His Endeavour: Giving old shuttle parts a new space
    KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. — It was the type of weather that would have scrubbed a space shuttle launch. The rain was relentless. Water streamed down Dennis Jenkins' glasses, dripping off the tip of his nose, as he surveyed the scrap yard not...
  • Facebook usará satélites y "drones" para propagar internet por el mundo

    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook Inc utilizará satélites, "drones" y otras tecnologías como parte de un ambicioso y costoso plan para llevar la conectividad a internet a aquellos que viven en áreas subdesarrolladas del mundo. La red social en...
  • Hansen: With people like this, Laguna may survive doomsday

    Almost every day you read stories about impending world destruction because of our own mistreatment: too much carbon dioxide and not enough sustainability. But not in Laguna Beach. There's a strong case to be made that if the world ends tomorrow, Laguna...
  • Patients speed through recovery at new rehab center

    Patients speed through recovery at new rehab center
    A 101-year-old man fell at his home in Palm Beach, and doctors said he would never walk again. They were wrong — he is walking thanks to a new $30 million, short-term rehabilitation therapy facility in West Palm Beach. The nonprofit MorseLife...
  • Aerojet Rocketdyne to lay off about 150 workers in Canoga Park

    Aerojet Rocketdyne to lay off about 150 workers in Canoga Park
    About 150 employees at rocket engine maker Aerojet Rocketdyne in Canoga Park were told Wednesday that they would be laid off as part of a companywide reduction that the company says is related to last year's merger. Aerojet Rocketdyne was created by the...
  • Murray Weidenbaum dies at 87; economic advisor to Reagan

    Murray Weidenbaum taught students at Washington University in St. Louis and presidents in the White House that government should get out of the way and let people and businesses work as hard as they can to achieve as much as they can. He preached...