In the search for rogue nukes, researchers have discovered an unlikely tool: astronomical radio telescopes.
Australia has unveiled a new radio telescope in the remote outback that will give the world a vastly improved view of the sun and much faster warnings on massive solar storms.
A small pocket of Western Australia's remote outback is set to become the eye on the sky and could potentially save the world billions of dollars. The Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio telescope, unveiled today, Friday ...
In computer science, the buzzword of the day is "big data." The proliferation of cheap, Internet-connected sensors—such as the GPS receivers, accelerometers and cameras in smartphones—has meant an explosion of information ...
(AP)—A second pair of satellites that will help supply Europe with its own navigation system were launched Friday from French Guiana.
The October GSA Today science paper introduces the "Active Tectonics of the Andes Database," which will provide more data to more geoscientists.
(AP)—China has added two more satellites to a global navigation network that will eventually compete with America's Global Positioning System.
Whether you're walking, biking or driving, navigation systems can help you get from A to B - as long as you have a GPS signal. To find our way around large and complex buildings like hospitals or airports, we often need to ...
(AP)—The EU's industry and entrepreneurship commissioner says the bloc's long-delayed satellite navigation program is expected to be partly operational by the end of 2014.
NASA is relying on a small team of engineers at its Ames Research Center at California's Moffett Field to develop three nanosatellites operated by smartphones.