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  • NASA takes its 'flying saucer' for a test spin

    NASA takes its 'flying saucer' for a test spin
    On Tuesday afternoon, just about lunch time, a "flying saucer" was undergoing a spin test in a clean room at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The saucer is technically a 15-foot wide, 7,000-pound aerodynamic test vehicle. It is designed to help...
  • White House emphasizes impact of climate change on public health

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration on Tuesday unveiled a long list of actions ranging from corporate and academic partnerships to community programs to highlight the health impacts of climate change. Tech giants such as Google and Microsoft will conduct...
  • The next blood moon is rising - don't blink or you'll miss it

    The next blood moon is rising - don't blink or you'll miss it
    At 6:16 Saturday morning, step outside and look up at the full moon. But don't blink or you'll miss it: a total lunar eclipse. The whole thing will last a mere five minutes -- the briefest lunar eclipse of the century, NASA says. That's if the weather...
  • Nemours logistics center monitors patients 24-7

    Nemours logistics center monitors patients 24-7
    Nurse Laura Vodola has extra eyes and ears looking over her patients at Nemours Children's Hospital — 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Those eyes and ears belong to paramedics who sit in a room several floors below Vodola in what's called the...
  • Look up! Brief total lunar eclipse to grace the sky Saturday

    Don't blink. There's a total eclipse of the moon Saturday — and it's an unusually short one. If there are clear skies, the 3½-hour spectacle is visible from start to finish from the western U.S. and Canada where it occurs before dawn. Skygazers...
  • NASA Langley joins aviation partners to develop aircraft of future

    NASA Langley joins aviation partners to develop aircraft of future
    NASA is teaming with private aviation partners on ways to use cutting-edge composite materials to build the stronger, lighter aircraft of the future. The Advanced Composites Consortium features NASA Langley Research Center, which manages the agency's...
  • Chicago universities study astronaut on 1 year space mission

    Three Chicago-area universities are taking part in the research to examine the health effects on an American astronaut of spending a year in space. The Chicago Tribune (trib.in/1EMA500 ) reported that scientists from Northwestern University, the...
  • 4 plead guilty to taking part in Boeing Co. kickback scheme

    Four Central and Southern California men have pleaded guilty to taking part in a conspiracy to win contracts from a Boeing Co. subsidiary that supplied satellites to NASA, the Air Force and other agencies. Two other men also face charges. Federal...
  • Video chat: Welcome to Ceres! Dawn enters dwarf planet's orbit

    Video chat: Welcome to Ceres! Dawn enters dwarf planet's orbit
    Scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory are celebrating after NASA’s Dawn spacecraft entered orbit around Ceres early Friday morning, marking the first visit to a dwarf planet. Launched in September 2007, Dawn traveled 3.1 billion miles over ...
  • UCF prof is developing life-on-Mars detector

    From the high desert of southern Arizona on Sunday morning, University of Central Florida physics professor Robert Peale will launch a device that could one day help find evidence of life on Mars or other parts of the solar system. Peale and his...
  • Mars once had an entire ocean -- and then lost it, scientists say

    Mars once had an entire ocean -- and then lost it, scientists say
    Dry, dusty Mars once had an ocean that held as much water as the Arctic Ocean and covered a larger share of the Red Planet’s surface than the Atlantic Ocean does on Earth, according to a surprising new study. The findings, described online in...