Source: CNN Money Google gets some NASA space Partnership will focus on areas such as nanotechnology; terms of deal not disclosed.
Source: Space.com Written by: Leonard David (Senior Space Writer) Summit Science: Spirit Rover Has a Field Day on Mars After slipping, sliding and slowly crawling its way to the top of a summit in the Columbia Hills, the Spirit Mars rover is having a field day gathering science and snapping imagery from the vantage point. […]
Source: CNN Technology News Hollywood’s six major film studios Monday unveiled a technology venture to find new ways of protecting movies from illegal copying and distribution in black markets or over the Internet.
Source: CNN Space & Science News New Company Wants Mars Colony 4Frontiers Corp. wants to establish a human colony on Mars within 20 years.
Source: Live Science Guest Writer: Bjorn Carey The World’s Smallest Robot Researchers have built an inchworm-like robot so small you need a microscope just to see it.
Source: St. Petersburg Times Guest Writer: Kris Hundley (Times Staff Writer) Submitted by: Lesmond Eric Anderson’s company has taken two wealthy tourists on $20-million trips to the International Space Station using Russian equipment and launch pad.
For science fiction geeks everywhere, this may be the boon you’ve been waiting for. The BBC announced they will offer episodes of “Dr. Who” and Red Dwarf” for cell phones, thinking the geeks are early adopters. [Read more…]
Source: Live Science Guest Writer: Ker Than (Live Science Staff Writer) Scientists Mess with the Speed of Light Researchers in Switzerland have succeeded in breaking the cosmic speed limit by getting light to go faster than, well, light. Or is it all an illusion?
Source: News Day Guest Writer: Robert Tuttle Inspired by the communicators seen on ‘Star Trek,’ two companies seek to beam up big sales. Two tech companies have announced plans to boldly go where no wireless phone company has gone before, with the release next month of a mobile telephone that resembles the communicators featured on […]
Source: New York Times & Trek United Written by: Eugene F. Kranz Guest Contributor: Tim Brazeal – President, Trek United Eugene F. Kranz, author of “Failure Is Not an Option: Mission Control From Mercury to Apollo 13 and Beyond,? is a former Apollo flight director. To read and listen to the coverage of the ongoing […]
Written by: S.K. Sloan The crew of the Discovery was awaken today with “Where My Heart Will Take Me” – “Faith Of The Heart”, the opening theme song to “Star Trek: Enterprise”. The Discovery Space Shuttle Program Deputy Manager, Wayne Hale, broadcast it up to them as a thumbs-up for the crew as they begin […]
Source: Yahoo News Guest Writer: Pam Easton [AP Press Writer] Submitted by: S.K. Sloan Discovery’s astronauts took a call from President Bush on Tuesday as they prepared for a task that’s never before been attempted: sending a spacewalker beneath the shuttle to repair filler sticking out between the tiles on the ship’s belly. “I want […]