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Showing posts with label sciences. Show all posts
Showing posts with label sciences. Show all posts

The ‘CAPEd’ Crusader: Goddard Technologist Advances CubeSat Concept for Planetary Exploration

Although scientists are increasingly using pint-size satellites sometimes no larger than a loaf of bread to gather data from low-Earth orbit...
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NASA Engineer Awaits Launch of CubeSat Mission Demonstrating Virtual-Telescope Tech

NASA engineers Neerav Shah and Phil Calhoun will realize a long-held ambition later this year when a Space-X launch vehicle deploys two tiny...
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RAVAN CubeSat Measures Earth’s Outgoing Energy

An experimental small satellite has successfully collected and delivered data on a key measurement for predicting changes in Earth’s clima...
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NASA Team Miniaturizes Century-Old Technology for Use on CubeSats

A century-old technology that scientists use to probe the ionosphere — the important atmospheric layer that can interfere with the transmi...
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NASA Set to Launch Dellingr; CubeSat Purposely Designed to Improve Reliability of Small Satellites

NASA scientists and engineers named their new CubeSat after the mythological Norse god of the dawn. Now, just days from launch, they are c...
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NASA-Developed Technologies Showcased on Dellingr’s Debut Flight

Along for the ride on Dellingr’s maiden journey is a suite of miniaturized NASA-developed technologies — one no larger than a fingernail —...
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RAVAN CubeSat Measures Earth’s Outgoing Energy

An experimental small satellite has successfully collected and delivered data on a key measurement for predicting changes in Earth’s clima...
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NASA Studies CubeSat Mission to Solve Venusian Mystery

Venus looks bland and featureless in visible light, but change the filter to ultraviolet, and Earth’s twin suddenly looks like a different ...
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NASA Technologist Develops Self-Calibrating, Hybrid Space Magnetometer

They’ve flown on high-profile interplanetary and more modest low-Earth-orbiting missions, but in all cases the ubiquitous fluxgate magnetome...
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Media Invited to NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Competition Events and Awards

NASA's 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge is advancing the additive construction technology needed to create sustainable housing for deep spac...
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Wind Tunnel Test of Deep Space Rocket Calls For New Coat of Paint

NASA’s most advanced launch vehicle is undergoing a variety of testing before the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket will be used to launch a...
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