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NASA Develops Toy-Like Exploration Robots “Swarmies”

NASA Develops Toy-Like Exploration Robots “Swarmies”

NASA has developed a collection of autonomous robots dubbed "swarmies", which look like remote-controlled toy trucks.

Critical design review of CST-100 spacecraft completed by Boeing on time

Critical design review of CST-100 spacecraft completed by Boeing on time

The officials of the multinational corporation, Boeing Co., have announced the completion of Phase Two Spacecraft Safety Review of its Crew Space Transportation (CST)-100 spacecraft along with the Cri

NASA’s Curiosity Rover Spots ‘thigh bone’ on Red Planet

NASA’s Curiosity Rover Spots ‘thigh bone’ on Red Planet

NASA's Curiosity rover was launched from Cape Canaveral on November 26, 2011, and it landed on Aeolis Palus in Gale Crater on Mars on August 6, 2012.

NASA Plans to Create Foldable Solar Structures

NASA Plans to Create Foldable Solar Structures

This time, it is not a novel spacecraft or any lunar or Mars mission for which NASA is in the limelight. It is about creating foldable solar structures that could one day be taken into space.

Interstellar Space Particle may have been Found

Interstellar Space Particle may have been Found

As per a paper published in the journal Science, first particles of stardust from outside earth's solar system may have been found.

NASA finds 500-meter-long track on Mars

NASA finds 500-meter-long track on Mars

NASA scientists have discovered a nearly 500-meter-long track on Mars.

Europe’s ATV Docks with ISS

Europe’s ATV Docks with ISS

Europe's Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV) made a smooth computer-controlled docking with the International Space Station.

Revised Mission for NASA's Vintage Spacecraft

Revised Mission for NASA's Vintage Spacecraft

About 36 years ago, a NASA 'vintage' spacecraft was launched which is now being handled by a team of retired aerospace engineers.

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Researchers Trying Different Approach to Prevent Falls among Elderly

To prevent falls in older adults, researchers at the University of Illinois in Chicago are trying an entirely different approach.

Their approach is based on initial results with a lab-built walkway that causes people to trip suddenly, as if they are stepping on a banana peel.

Now a similar approach with computerized treadmills is...

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