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  1. The 21-foot robot arm moves on a track in the Composites Technology Center in NASA's National Center for Advanced Manufacturing at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. The robot head is dispensing hair-thin carbon fiber tape in precise patterns to make a large composite panel.

  2. It's made of fiberglass. It's designed to be mass-produced. It's smartphone-enabled. And someday, there could be thousands of them. I'm standing in a cavernous, hangar-like building in American Canyon, California, 40 miles north of San Francisco in the Napa Valley. Inside the 35,000-square-foot structure is another structure—a gleaming blue-and-white kiosk whose most striking feature is a 20 ...

  3. NASA said the book and the movie, “The Martian,” merges fictional and factual chronicles about Mars, building upon the work NASA and others have done exploring Mars and moving it into a future where NASA astronauts are regularly traveling to the red planet to live and explore.

  4. Success is hard to come by — it isn’t a given in any field. 

  5. MAKS Can't Stop the Rot of Aerospace Industry
    The Moscow TimesAug 25 08:03 AM

    I have lived in Russia and Ukraine for almost half of my life — most of the time reporting on the aerospace and defense industry in this part of the world.

  6. MINNEAPOLIS – When singer/songwriter Jan Edwards expanded her property in Plymouth, Minn., to include the Moonacy Music Room performance space, aesthetics, a state-of-the-art sound system and optimized acoustics were vital. Designed to represent the four elements earth, water, air and fire the Moonacy Music Room is...

  7. Did you know you can pay for a flight using bitcoin, or that headphones can make airplane food taste better? Here are things you may not know (but you now do) about air travel. The post Clean air, dirty screens, hidden outlets, and more little-known air travel secrets appeared first on Digital Trends .



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