Archive: 10/08/2004

Space Technology Works on Earth Too

The world’s fastest solar-powered car is being driven through Sweden and Norway. Nuna 2, the world’s fastest solar-powered car begins its journey on 14 August in Oslo and completes it on 22 August in Andenas. The car ...

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Mysterious Ring When Star Dies

A new image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope shows the shimmering embers of a dying star, and in their midst a mysterious doughnut-shaped ring. "Spitzer's infrared vision has revealed what could not be seen before - ...

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Two Fundamental Nanotechnology Problems Solved

The Erwin Schrodinger Prize for Interdisciplinary Research, awarded by the Helmholtz Association of National Research Centres, will go to a research team from the Institute of Nanotechnology of the Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe ...

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Canadian Team Announces Launch Date For International

The Canadian da Vinci Project Team has notified the ANSARI X PRIZE of its intention to launch its rocket on October 2nd, 2004, marking its official entry in the international, commercially-funded space race competition.

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