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February 21, 2013
Understanding the Magnetosphere Better Than Ever
Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 21, 2013
On Earth, scientists can observe weather patterns, and more importantly can predict them, through the use of tens of thousands of weather observatories scattered around the globe. Up in the space surrounding Earth - a space that seethes with its own space weather made of speeding charged particles and constantly changing magnetic fields that can impact satellites - there are only a handful of spacecraft to watch for solar and magnetic storms. The number of observatories has been growing over the ... read more
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Telit Offers COMBO 2G Chip For Multi Satellite Positioning Receiver
Telit Wireless Solutions has announced the introduction of the company's first combination 2G-cellular, multi-constellation satellite positioning receiver module, the GE910-GNSS. The product w ... more

Researchers See Ionospheric Signature of North Korean Nuclear Test
The explosion of an underground nuclear device by North Korea this week disturbed the Earth's ionosphere. The blast generated infrasonic waves that propagated all the way to the upper atmosphere cau ... more

Tiny CREPT Instrument to Study the Radiation Belts
A smaller version of an instrument now flying on NASA's Van Allen Probes has won a coveted spot aboard an upcoming NASA-sponsored Cubesat mission - the perfect platform for this pint-size, solid-sta ... more
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Marsh plants actively engineer their landscape
Marsh plants, far from being passive wallflowers, are "secret gardeners" that actively engineer their landscape to increase their species' odds of survival, says a team of scientists from Duke Unive ... more


U.N. committee to discuss space weather
The U.N. Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space say it is adding a new agenda item for discussions this year: space weather and its impact on Earth. ... more
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Boeing Awarded USAF Contract to Continue GPS Modernization
Boeing will continue modernizing the Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite constellation for up to five more years, extending the company's role in the vital military and civilian navigation net ... more

Orbital-Built Landsat Satellite Launched
Orbital Sciences reports that the Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) satellite was successfully launched into orbit aboard an Atlas V rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base. Orbital designe ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
US warns of 'overwhelming' response if N.Korea uses nukes

China slams 'provocative' US sail-by in South China Sea

China, Philippines agree to dialogue over Sea disputes

Russia puzzled by talk of US troop rotation in Norway

Airbus DS contracts with Intelsat General for European Defence Communications

Philippines' Duterte says will not sever US ties

Iraq forces press Mosul assault, hunt Kirkuk attackers


USGS Ready To Start Landsat 8 Science Program
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar joined NASA Administrator Charles F. Bolden, Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Water and Science Anne Castle, United States Geological Survey (USGS) Direc ... more

A system that improves the precision of GPS in cities by 90 percent
Researchers at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) have developed a new system which improves the ability of a GPS to determine a vehicle's position as compared to that of conventional GPS devic ... more

LDCM 'Doing Great' in Orbit
The Landsat Data Continuity Mission spacecraft is safely in orbit and sending telemetry back to Earth after a 1:02 p.m. EST liftoff aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V 401 rocket. The on-time li ... more
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Can Leak Detection End the Pipeline Impasse
Pipelines used to be things that were just built without blinking. It is said that there are enough pipelines now in the US to encircle the Earth 25 times with enough left over to also tie a bow aro ... more

System improves GPS in city locations
Spanish researchers say a new sensor system can improve the ability of GPS to determine a vehicle's position by up to 90 percent. ... more
24/7 News Coverage
Tobacco plants engineered to manufacture high yields of malaria drug

Research to help develop next-generation food crops

Europeans and Africans have different immune systems, and neanderthals are partly to thank

Resilient 'risky-and-reliable' plant use strategy may have driven Neolithization in Jordan

Study finds earliest evidence in fossil record for right-handedness

Receding glaciers in Bolivia leave communities at risk

How snakes lost a blueprint for making limbs


US launches Earth observation satellite
The United States launched its latest Earth observation satellite Monday atop an Atlas V rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, NASA said. ... more

Boeing to modernize U.S. Air Force GPS net
Boeing will modernize the U.S. Air Force GPS network, including software and systems affecting its constellation of satellites amid increasing competition in space and concerns over global security. ... more

The Sun Produces Two CMEs
In the evening of Feb. 5, 2013, the sun erupted with two coronal mass ejections or CMEs that may glance near-Earth space. Experimental NASA research models, based on observations from the Solar Terr ... more
Marsh plants actively engineer their landscape

Advance promises to expand biological control of crop pests

Buffaloes a divisive link to Hong Kong's past

Building a biochemistry lab on a chip

Cell circuits remember their history

New materials may be computer breakthrough

NASA Seeks It All: High Lift, Low Drag

First F-35 Production Model Takes Flight

France confident of selling Rafale jets to UAE

Bridgestone reports soaring annual profit

Virtual vehicle vibrations

NYC looks at electric vehicle charging


Smart satnav drives around the blue highway blues
Endlessly frustrated by congested roads, computer scientists at California State University, in Fullerton have developed a satellite navigation system, GeoTNavi, which hooks into historical traffic ... more

Ball Supplies Advanced Imaging Instrument For Landsat 8
The Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corp., Operational Land Imager (OLI) successfully launched aboard the Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) from Vandenberg Air Force Base at 10:02 a.m. PST, on ... more

NightPod Images Bring Earth to Light From Space Station
There is a reason the phrase "shooting in the dark" refers to things that are difficult to do - and night photography is no exception. To account for low-light image scenarios, a photographer needs ... more

Landsat Data Continuity Mission Awaits Liftoff
When the newest Landsat spacecraft trains its state-of-the-art sensors on Earth's surface, it will provide images of our ever-changing planet in unparalleled clarity. Launched by NASA in partn ... more
24/7 Energy News Coverage
Algae discovery offers potential for sustainable biofuels

Phonon and magnon are a couple

New perovskite solar cell design could outperform existing commercial technologies

UVA scientists create novel imaging technique with potential for medical diagnostics

New 3-D wiring technique brings scalable quantum computers closer to reality

A window into battery life for next-gen lithium cells

How water flows near the superhydrophobic surface


Lockheed Martin Completes Major GPS III Flight Software Milestone


Scotland's first satellite set to boldly go into orbit


Avoiding a cartography catastrophe


Iran TV airs video of captured US drone


Vultures foraging far and wide face a poisonous future


DigitalGlobe and GeoEye Complete Combination


Minnesota cancels moose season


Trimble Introduces High-Accuracy Correction Service For Agriculture


MediaTek Announces World's First 5-in-1 Multi-GNSS Receiver


NASA to Launch Ocean Wind Monitor to ISS

US Army SMDC Funds Andrews Space To Build Kestrel Eye 2 Earth Imaging Nanosat

Google Maps makes Grand Canyon virtual trek

Fleet Managers Able to Track Drivers' Hours with Vehicle Tracking Systems

Remote Sensing Solution Takes Wing Aboard Ultralight Aircraft

African vultures at risk from poisoning

New tools enable high-res observations from anywhere with internet access

Galileo's search and rescue system passes first space test

Internet age navigation drives economies: studies

Raytheon, US Navy demonstrate new dual targeting capability for JSOW C-1

Just Add Water: How Scientists Are Using Silicon to Produce Hydrogen on Demand

Solar eruption heading toward Earth

2013 to be bumper year for space science: ESA

AFRL Selects Surrey Satellite US to Evaluate Small Satellite Approach to GPS

RapidEye Commits to Data Continuity; Discusses System Health and Life Span

Pleiades 1B captures its first images using e2v sensors

NASA's Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph Mission Satellite Completed

New Sunspots Producing Space Weather

Landsat Senses a Disturbance in the Forest

Lockheed Martin Awarded Contract to Sustain Ground Station for Global Positioning System

MDA awarded contract to build three radar satellites

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