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How to achieve digital equality in smart cities

November 29, 2019

Who we design digital devices and apps for can unintentionally exclude some users, a process referred to as…
Children are spending too much time on devices, but parents don’t care

July 26, 2019

Computers are all around us. They are unavoidable and they are actually nice to have. However, children’s’ screen…
Technology is not all bad for our health – it helps combating loneliness

June 15, 2019

We have love/hate relationship with our everyday technology. On one hand it is great – it provides us…
GPS Sensor Web Helps Forecasters Warn of Monsoon Flash Floods

April 21, 2018

In the American Southwest and in northwestern Mexico, more than half the annual rainfall often comes in the…
NASA’s James Webb Observatory Prepares for Additional Testing

March 13, 2018

Engineers removed the combined optics and science instruments of NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope from their shipping container…
Scientists Share Ideas for Gateway Activities Near the Moon

March 8, 2018

NASA is looking at how the Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway can create value for both robotic and human exploration in…
How Spacecraft Testing Enabled Bone Marrow Research

February 23, 2018

In the 1970s, a NASA employee stepped up to a challenge posed by the National Institutes of Health…
NASA Funds Flight for Space Medical Technology on Blue Origin

December 14, 2017

Blue Origin successfully launched its New Shepard reusable space vehicle on Dec. 12 carrying a medical technology that…
Four Decades and Counting: New NASA Instrument Continues Measuring Solar Energy Input to Earth

November 29, 2017

We live on a solar-powered planet. As we wake up in the morning, the Sun peeks over the…
NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Completes Final Cryogenic Testing

November 21, 2017

The vault-like, 40-foot diameter, 40-ton door of Chamber A at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston was unsealed…
CERES Radiation Budget Instrument Launches Aboard JPSS-1

November 21, 2017

A bright flash. A streak of light against a dark sky. The roar of the United Launch Alliance…
NASA Develops and Tests New Housing for In-Orbit Science Payloads

October 18, 2017

Imagine cramming 20 years’ worth of science experiments — each requiring resources such as water, electricity and data…
Metal with Memory: Shaping the Future of Aviation

October 4, 2017

While aeronautics researchers across the globe continue to develop technologies that will make air travel more efficient, more…
New Antenna in Alaska Expands Spacecraft Communications Capabilities

October 4, 2017

NASA’s newest communications antenna became operational today following a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Alaska Satellite Facility in Fairbanks.…
The Geometry of Success: Archinaut Project Conducts First Large-Scale Additive Manufacturing Build in Space-like Environment

August 16, 2017

Archinaut, a NASA Technology Demonstration Mission (TDM) project developing cutting-edge technology to build and assemble complex hardware and…
NASA Tests Autopilot Sensors During Simulations

August 8, 2017

Inside a large, black-walled facility outside Denver, NASA’s Satellite Servicing Projects Division (SSPD) team successfully completed the latest…
Plants to Feed This — and Other — Worlds

June 18, 2017

Astronaut ice cream may be an exotic treat for kids, but for real space explorers, a fresh, crunchy…
Orion Kicks Off Summer with Series of Safety Tests

June 18, 2017

Engineers working on NASA’s Orion kicked off summer with a series of important tests for some of the…
Tiny Probes Hold Big Promise for Future NASA Missions

April 19, 2017

Sometimes to find the best solution to a big problem, you have to start small. A team of…
NASA Team Explores Using LISA Pathfinder as ‘Comet Crumb’ Detector

April 18, 2017

LISA Pathfinder, a mission led by ESA (the European Space Agency) with contributions from NASA, has successfully demonstrated…
NASA Invests in 22 Visionary Exploration Concepts

April 10, 2017

NASA is preparing for a future that could include soft robotic spacecraft with flexible surfaces that can anchor…
COBALT Flight Demonstrations Fuse Technologies to Gain Precision Landing Results

March 20, 2017

Many regions in the solar system beckon for exploration, but they are considered unreachable due to technology gaps…
NASA Selects New Technologies for Flight Tests for Future Space Exploration

February 19, 2017

NASA has selected five space technologies to test on low-gravity-simulating aircraft, high-altitude balloons or suborbital rockets. The opportunity…
Next Generation Batteries Could Provide Power to Microsatellites, CubeSats

February 11, 2017

Sometimes good things come in very small packages. Just ask Dr. Luke Roberson, senior principal investigator for Flight…
NASA Restarts Rigorous Vibration Testing on the James Webb Space Telescope

January 26, 2017

Testing on the James Webb Space Telescope successfully resumed last week at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, in…
Interstellar: Crossing the Cosmic Void

December 23, 2016

Humanity’s great leap into the space between the stars has, in a sense, already begun. NASA’s Voyager 1…
NASA’s Magnetic Materials Lab Moves Evolution of Energy Conversion Forward

December 22, 2016

Electric vehicles. The topic is trending, and with more than 13 million results in a single internet search,…
New Technology Could Help Track Firefighters for Safety

December 20, 2016

In 1999, six career firefighters lost their lives responding to a five-alarm fire. They were part of a…
NASA’s Exo-Brake ‘Parachute’ to Enable Safe Return for Small Spacecraft

December 15, 2016

NASA’s “Exo-Brake” will demonstrate a critical technology leading to the potential return of science payloads to Earth from the…
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