In this video produced by NASA from the international space station, the images of the behaviour of water in space, are simply stunning. Add some color and this floating ball of water becomes both performance art and science rolled together. 

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Supporting A Cause With The Space Suit Art Project. When technology and art come together, the results are often extrodinary. When you bring these tow things together to bring awareness to a cause such as childhood cancer research, it is even more special.

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New Pictures From NASA’s Hubble space telescope. The Hubble Space Telescope, named in honor of astronomer Edwin Hubble, was launched into orbit around the Earth in the year 1990. Hubble has a basic reflector with a 94.5-inch (2.4-meter) mirror, as well as instruments that give astronomers clear views of the universe in visible, infrared and […]

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A Solar Powered Space Craft Heads To Jupiter Juno is the first solar powered spacecraft and it is designed to operate at Jupiter’s distance from the sun. At Jupiter, Juno receives 25x less sunlight than it would at Earth. Its three large solar array wings, with more than 18,000 individual solar cells, produce about 500 […]

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Australian Researchers Develop Radio Telescope Array Synchronization Technology . When comes to astronomy and the study of the universe the further away the ojbect is in space the harder it is to find not just the first time you see it but the next time as well. The technology required to control the movement of a […]

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The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory ( or LIGO) is a large-scale physics experiment and observatory to designe to detect cosmic gravitational waves and to develop gravitational-wave observations as an astronomical tool.

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Build Your Own Satellite ? Really, then what? Building and launching a satellite into space is a very expensive venture. Typically only governments could afford to send such large amounts of money on space but recently some private companies have entered the industry.

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Autonomous Military Machines – Drones and Robots. We are in the age of the drone both personal and military and very soon it will be the autonomous heavily armed drone. It is only a mater of time until military drones from competing countries try to destroy each other. I mean look what is happening with […]

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New Project Propose Pointing Satellite Sensors Back Towards Earth. A new project plans to place satellite sensors in space pointed at the earth to detect all kinds of things. The benefits include surveillance of pipelines, crops, weather, mineral compositions and much more.

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Protecting Satellite Communications from Solar Disturbances. If you think about the amount of time that we spend using communications devices that rely on satellites located around the globe for information it is amazing? Everything from television, telephones, gps and navigation and of course the internet all rely in this complicated space based network of satellites […]

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