Archive: 08/2/2005

NASA to redesign space vehicles

NASA engineers reportedly will abandon the basic space shuttle design in the next generation of U.S. spacecraft to make them safer and more powerful.

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Optoelectronic integration overcoming processor bottlenecks

One of the biggest obstacles facing computer systems today is the problem of memory latency, the time a computer must wait to access the data stored in memory despite faster processor speeds. Two demonstrators ...

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Cracking the Perception Code

The brain may interpret the information it receives from sensory neurons using a code more complicated than scientists previously thought, according to new research from the National Autonomous University of Mexico and Cold ...

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Researcher Warns Space Weather Hole Blocks Manned Mars Mission

Research published in the journal Space Weather warns that massive gaps in our understanding and monitoring of space weather will effectively block US plans for a manned mars space mission. The study, led by University of ...

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Astronauts to spacewalk for repair work

NASA says space shuttle Discovery's astronauts will conduct a Wednesday spacewalk to fix two protruding pieces of fabric on the underside of the orbiter.

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Earth, space sciences offer good jobs

A recent survey has found most 2003 graduates in Earth and space sciences obtained good paying jobs doing satisfying work in their chosen field.

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