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  • Mathews man, former pilot envisions changing space flight

    Mathews man, former pilot envisions changing space flight
    Bill Crowe speaks passionately about physics and aviation, although he admits that many people don't understand the language. "It's OK," he said. "The people that need to understand it will understand it." The bookshelves in the office of his...
  • Students design, pitch products to 'Shark Tank'-like investor panel in Hampton

    Students design, pitch products to 'Shark Tank'-like investor panel in Hampton
    Imagine this all-too-familiar scenario: you get to the gym, ready to hit the treadmill, and start digging in your pocket or purse for your earbuds. You fish them out and the cord is tangled in ways that would make a quantum physicist's head spin. You...
  • Final weeks to see "Space" and save at Da Vinci Science Center

    Final weeks to see "Space" and save at Da Vinci Science Center
    There are only two more weeks to check out the Mars and moon rocks and walk through at a Lunar Base Camp at Da Vinci Science Center’s exhibition “Space: A Journey to Our Future.” Through the end of the exhibition on Sept. 7 visitors...
  • Celebrate anniversary of first moon walk at Da Vinci's SPACE

     
    On Sunday, it will be 45 years since astronaut Neil Armstrong made the first step on the surface of the moon, and Da Vinci Science Center, which is hosting “SPACE: A Journey to Our Future” this summer is celebrating the anniversary with visits...
  • Florida's science centers offer you big bang for your buck

    Florida's science centers offer you big bang for your buck
    Where can you dig up a dinosaur, take an airboat ride and fly a space mission? At the science center, of course, but here's where you've got decisions to make. Which one? Florida has 21 museums that are part of the international Association of Science-...
  • NASA braces Mars orbiters for comet's close encounter

    NASA braces Mars orbiters for comet's close encounter
    They are literally specks of dust, tiny bits of primordial material that wouldn't be visible to the naked eye. But for spacecraft in orbit around Mars, they could become minuscule agents of destruction. These dust particles will come hurtling past the...
  • NASA approves rocket for deep-space travel

    NASA gave the go-ahead to start full production on the most powerful rocket ever. The rocket, known as Space Launch System, is set to blast beyond low-Earth orbit this decade to explore the deep reaches of space, including near-Earth asteroids, the moon...
  • Look up! First 'supermoon' of the summer rises Saturday night

    Look up! First 'supermoon' of the summer rises Saturday night
    Get ready moon gazers! There's a supermoon rising Saturday night and you don't want to miss it. This supermoon is especially cool because it is the first of three consecutive extra-big, extra-bright full moons. The second one will happen on Aug. 10; the...
  • For him, satellite reboot is about reconnecting with an old friend

    For him, satellite reboot is about reconnecting with an old friend
    His wife calls him an egotist, NASA calls him a genius, and his friends call him a sore loser and insufferable winner. Bob Farquhar says they're all right. "I not only want to get things done, I want to be in your face at the end," the 82-year-old...
  • NASA scrubs launch of global warming satellite

    NASA scrubs launch of global warming satellite
    NASA scrubbed the launch of a Delta II rocket Tuesday, 46 seconds before it was to carry the agency's Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) satellite into orbit. The space agency blamed a failure of the water suppression system of the liftoff pad at...
  • Confundiendo libras, kilogramos, pulgadas, metros...

    Uno de los museos más llamativos de Estocolmo (aunque no tanto como el del grupo ABBA, que abrió el año pasado) es el Vasa, que contiene al barco hundido mejor conservado del mundo. El Vasa fue botado en 1628 y era el orgullo del rey Gustavo Adolfo II,...