Archive: 27/09/2005

Weighing Up Shenzhou 6

As we enter the final weeks before the launch of China's second manned space mission, it's time to weigh up the relevance of the latest tidbits released through the Chinese media.

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Launch Of Russia Rocket Postponed

The launch of a Kosmos-3 booster from Russia's northern cosmodrome Plesetsk has been postponed from September 30 to a later date, reports Itar-Tass.

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NASA's Pluto Space Probe Begins Launch Preparations

NASA's New Horizons spacecraft arrived at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida on Saturday for final preparations and testing for the probe's decade-long journey. It will be the first spacecraft to visit Pluto and its moon ...

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NASA Facilities Weather Hurricane Rita

The three NASA facilities that were in the path of Hurricane Rita are now making damage assessments and cleaning up. NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans and Stennis Space Center ...

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From aircraft aerodynamics to improved heart implants

At first glance airplane wings and human hearts have little in common, but, say a team of European researchers, a technology used to measure airflow over wings can now be used to help keep hearts in working order.

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Molecule Walks Like a Human

A research team, led by UC Riverside’s Ludwig Bartels, is the first to design a molecule that can move in a straight line on a flat surface. It achieves this by closely mimicking human walking. The “nano-walker” offers ...

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