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World Second richest man investing one billion per year in his reusable rocket company  

Jeff Bezos wants to see the space industry expand to the scale of today's internet industry, creating a "completely new world." Bezos founded Blue Origin, a reusable rocket company to achieve his childhood dreams of space colonization. One of the company's rockets, New Glenn, will cost at least $2.5 billion to develop.The Blue Origin is where Bezos sells about $1 billion a year of Amazon stock and uses it to invest in Blue Origin.Amazon stock went up and increased Jeff Bezos

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2017-04-06 13:50:27

Lockheed's Cislunar space station proposal  

Lockheed Martin is studying the capabilities needed to support human pioneering in deep space. Habitats, known formally as "exploration augmentation modules," are essential for the exploration of the outer bounds of space."The habitat will support missions in the proving of deep space exploration," said Bill Pratt, Lockheed Martin's program manager for the habitat study. "Basically, the habitat would be located just far enough away that astronauts couldn't easily turn around and c...

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2017-04-06 13:38:28

New version of the Boeing F18 would work with F-35s  

Boeing is developing a new Block III version of its F/A-18E/F Super Hornet to complement the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.The most important upgrade is long-range IRST system—which is designed to be a counter-stealth sensor, Gillian said. The Navy considers this essential to countering new enemy stealth aircraft such as the Chinese J-20 and Russian PAK-FA. Gillian added that Boeing and Navy solved many of the traditional issues associated with infrared sensors—but didn't go in...

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2017-04-06 11:58:26

Google sees Domain specific custom chips as the future with chips 200 times or more faster than Intel chips  

There is a 17 page paper that details the technical details and performance of the Google Tensor chips.The TPU die leverages its advantage in MACs and on-chip memory to run short programs written using the domain-specific TensorFlow framework 15 times as fast as the K80 GPU die, resulting in a performance/Watt advantage of 29 times, which is correlated with performance/total cost of ownership. Compared to the Haswell CPU die, the corresponding ratios are 29 and 83. While future CPUs and GPUs wil

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2017-04-06 11:24:44

New Graphene electrodes for supercapacitors are close to lithium ion battery energy densities and can make all in one solar film and stoarge for self powering devices  

A new graphene based electrode created by RMIT University researchers could boost the capacity of existing integrable storage technologies by 3000 per cent. Theoretical analysis using an analytical equivalent circuit model shows that the enhancement of the areal capacitance is up to 300 times for Hilbert BFE electrodes compared to its planar electrode counterpart. The graphene-based prototype also opens a new path to the development of flexible thin film all-in-one solar capture and storage, bri

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2017-04-06 07:13:36

Don Rickles - Mr Warmth, Mr Potato Head has died at 90  

Don Rickles (born May 8, 1926) was an American stand-up comedian and actor. Don has died at the age of 90.He was best known as an insult comic. He was also an actor, playing both comedic and dramatic roles on film.Read more »

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2017-04-06 06:04:27

Bigelow Space stations  

NASA currently is pushing forward plans for a cislunar base that is similar in size to the Skylab space station of the 1970s. It would be small but farther away (ie around the moon instead of around the earth.)This is a sad, pathetic and overpriced plan.Bigelow expandable stations would be bigger, better and cheaper - especially if launched on a Spacex Falcon HeavyThe Spacex Heavy should have its first launch later this year. Spacex will be able to make larger farings. The Spacex Heavy can launc

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2017-04-06 03:09:24

Lockheeds Mars Orbiting base proposal  

Mars Base Camp is Lockheed Martin's vision for sending humans to Mars by 2028. The concept is simple: transport astronauts from Earth to a Mars-orbiting science laboratory where they can perform real-time scientific exploration, analyze Martian rock and soil samples, and confirm the ideal place to land humans on the surface in the 2030s.Mars Base Camp lays out a proposed technology road map to support NASA's Journey to Mars. This is a mission designed to be led by NASA and its international ...

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2017-04-06 02:36:46

Increasing the energy density of batteries through improved materials is the best way to lower costs  

Jeff Dahn is recognized as one of the pioneering developers of the Li-ion battery. He explains that increasing the energy density of batteries through improved materials is the best way to achieve lower cost. Dahn moved his research group from their 20-year research agreement with 3M to a new five year partnership with Tesla. Tesla invested in a new research lab close to Dahn's group near Halifax, Nova Scotia.There are three main goals with Tesla's research partnership:1. Lower the cost of ...

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2017-04-06 02:06:15

For commoners using CPUs meaningful Moore's law stopped over 10 years ago, GPUs kept to Moore's law but Google's Tensorflow is 4 generations beyond   

CPUs vastly slowed in performance scaling around 1997-2004.You can see it with the lines showing flat clock speeds and performance per clock. However, you already knew it from the lack of real performance improvement in laptops and desktop computers.GPUs kept to Moore's law in terms of performance improvement.Google went beyond Moore's law performance improvement by using custom ASICsGoogle Tensor flow processors are on average 15x to 30x faster in executing Google's regular machine le...

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2017-04-05 18:50:46

Nextbigfuture moving to wordpress  

Nextbigfuture is moving to wordpress.This may cause some outages today as the DNS is switchedWe apologize for the inconvenienceRead more »

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2017-04-05 14:22:50

Will President Trump use Taiwan relations to bargain for better terms with China like President Carter and Nixon did ?  

There has been some concern that President Trump will use Taiwan relations as a point of negotiation with China for more favorable business terms. A review of Taiwan-China-USAIn one of the most dramatic announcements of the Cold War, President Jimmy Carter states that as of January 1, 1979, the United States formally recognized the communist People's Republic of China (PRC) and sever relations with Taiwan.From the U.S. viewpoint, closer relations with the PRC would bring economic and political...

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2017-04-05 10:38:14

Hybrid electric passenger jets could be commercialized by a Boeing and Jet Blue backed startup in the 2020s  

The United States has 13500 small airports but 140 of largest carry over 97% of the air traffic. Zunum Aero (a startup backed by Boeing and Jet Blue) believes electric aircraft of varying sizes are ideally suited to this critical need, requiring little support other than a GPS flightpath and a quick recharge or swap facility on the tarmac.Short-haul flights produce over 40% of aviation emissions. With Zunum hybrid electric aircraft (and then later all electric aircraft, Zunum believes these will

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2017-04-05 08:28:16

Crowd assisted search is speeding up the search for Planet 9 and other astronomy by a hundred times  

Australia National University has been leading a volunteer effort to find Planet 9.ANU astronomers are investigating four unknown objects that could be candidates for a new planet in our Solar System, following the launch of their planetary search on the BBC's Stargazing Live broadcast from the ANU Siding Spring Observatory.Lead researcher Dr Brad Tucker said about 60,000 people from around the world had classified over four million objects in space as part of the ANU-led citizen search for

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2017-04-05 06:18:44

Planet wide millimeter radio telescope array now has ten times the resolution  

A powerful new array of radio telescopes is being deployed for the first time this week, as the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) in Chile joins a global network of antennas poised to make some of the highest resolution images that astronomers have ever obtained. The improved level of detail is equivalent to being able to count the stitches on a baseball from 8,000 miles away.- VLBI (Very Long Baseline Interferometry) now links radio telescopes spread across the globe into what

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2017-04-05 05:58:39

President Trump says US will "solve" the nuclear threat from North Korea with or without China help  

US President Donald Trump has said the United States will "solve" the nuclear threat from North Korea, with or without China's help."If China is not going to solve North Korea, we will. That is all I am telling you," he said in an interview with UK newspaper the Financial Times.Pressed on whether he thought he could succeed alone, he replied: "Totally.""China has great influence over North Korea. And China will either decide to help us with North Korea, or

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2017-04-05 02:07:12

Acceleration in projected growth of global robotics industry  

In 2016, International Data Corporation (IDC) has identified robotics as one of six Innovation Accelerators that will drive digital transformation by opening new revenue streams and changing the way work is performed. IDC forecasted global spending on robotics and related services to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 17% from more than $71 billion in 2015 to $135.4 billion in 2019.In 2017, IDC projected world robotics industry growing from $91.5 billion in 2016 to more than $188 bi

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2017-04-04 18:13:45

Continued claims that the EMDrive is being tested on the X-37B  

In November 2016 the International Business Times claimed the U.S. government was testing a version of the EmDrive on the Boeing X-37B and that the Chinese government has made plans to incorporate the EmDrive on its orbital space laboratory Tiangong-2. In 2009 an EmDrive technology transfer contract with Boeing was undertaken via a State Department TAA and a UK export licence, approved by the UK MOD. The appropriate US government agencies including DARPA, USAF and NSSO were aware of the contract

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2017-04-04 15:07:34

Boom in consumer robots with premium featured robots at less than half the price   

The worldwide number of domestic household robots will rise to 31 million between 2016 and 2019. The sales value of robots cleaning floors, mowing lawns, and cleaning swimming pools will grow to about 13 billion US dollars in this period. iRobot used to be the only home robot vacuum option.There is now the mi vacuum robot from Xiaomi (a major China smartphone company).The Xiaomi Mi bot can be found online for only $279 which is comparable to the iRobot 980 ($800) and the Neato botvac D8500 ($600

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2017-04-04 12:53:53

500 job openings at Spacex and 2000 jobs at the Tesla Gigafactory  

Spacex has around 500 job openings on its careers site.Panasonic plans to hire 2,000 people this year to make batteries for the Tesla Model 3 at the Gigafactory located east of Sparks. They're looking to fill positions as material handler, production operator, maintenance technician and shift lead. Read more »

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2017-04-04 08:09:04

Circular RNAs can communicate with ribosomes and make proteins  

For decades, loops of genetic material known as circular RNA were considered a kind of genetic accident. But scientists have given them new attention in recent years, and a set of papers published this month suggests some of them actually give rise to proteins, just like their more familiar, linear counterparts, messenger RNA. The new research reveals that, despite their unusual structure, circular RNAs can communicate with ribosomes, the cell's protein making machinery. And several proteins i...

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2017-04-04 04:56:52

US Air force plans to have independent robotic hypersonic drones for spying and attacking in the 2040s  

US Air Force weapons developers expect to operate reusable hypersonic drones by the 2040s. The Air Force and DARPA plan to have an improved hypersonic air vehicle by 2023.* hypersonic weapons likely to be operational in the mid-2020s* unmanned hypersonic spyplanes in 2030s* recoverable hypersonic drones in the 2040sHypersonic weapons will be able to reach speeds of Mach 5 to Mach 10.The US Air Force roadmap to hypersonic technology.The US Air Force roadmap to for autonomy.Read more » ...

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2017-04-04 04:12:02

Elon Musks path to worlds richest person with Spacex, Global Internet Satellite Network, Tesla   

Elon Musk has plans to launch V-band low-Earth orbit (VLEO) constellation that would consist of 7,518 satellites which will follow the earlier proposed 4,425 satellites that would function in Ka- and Ku-bands.This global gigabit per second low latency satellite network would be projected to earn $30 billion per year in revenue by 2025.Before the recent successful re-flight of a first stage, SpaceX was already valued at more than $12-billion. Spacex has a backlog of customers and plans to launch

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2017-04-04 01:34:48

Rough estimate of chances and timeline for different types of nuclear fusion successes  

General Fusion has revealed that one of the most critical and complex areas of its research and development - plasma injector technology - has now reached the minimum performance levels required for a larger scale, integrated prototype. First plasmas had been expected for the PI3 (Plasma Injector 3) in late 2016. There seems to have been some unsurprising slippage in the PI3 start of testing.General Fusion presented its most recent plasma injector results at the American Physical Society's D...

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2017-04-03 18:52:53

A 'bionic leaf' could help feed the world by generating fertilizer from bacteria  

In the second half of the 20th century, the mass use of fertilizer was part of an agricultural boom called the "green revolution" that was largely credited with averting a global food crisis. Now, the challenge of feeding the world looms again as the population continues to balloon. To help spur the next agricultural revolution, researchers have invented a "bionic" leaf that uses bacteria, sunlight, water and air to make fertilizer in the very soil where crops are grown.The t

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2017-04-03 17:35:39

Disruptive space technologies from Aerojet Rocketdyne include a 200 kilowatt electric thruster with about 2000 ISP  

Aerojet Rocketdyne, a subsidiary of Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings, is showcasing disruptive space technologies at the 33rd annual Space Symposium, April 3-6.Aerojet Rocketdyne technologies on display include:3-D Printing: Aerojet Rocketdyne has been researching this innovative technology for more than a decade. To take advantage of the significant cost and schedule savings and novel design capabilities enabled by 3-D printing, the company is modernizing its RS-25 and RL10 engines, creating its Ban

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2017-04-03 14:50:25

China has built a nuclear submarine mass production superfactory  

China's Bohai Shipyard has built a new large-scale plant to mass produce nuclear submarines.Western production lines for the most part can only build one submarine at a time, and only the US is capable of building two submarines simultaneously, but China is now capable of building four submarines at one time.China already has at least four type 094/094A ballistic missile submarines and at least five Type 093/093G attack submarines, so it is speculated that the new facility is to build the su

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2017-04-03 13:33:06

Telsa Motors near $50 billion valuation makes sense by viewing them as Porsche and a near future Mercedes  

Telsa passed Ford for overall stock valuation with both valuing around $50 billion. Tesla passed Ford even though it delivered fewer than 80,000 vehicles globally last year, compared with 6.7 million from Ford.Telsa Motors near $50 billion valuation makes some sense by viewing them as Porsche and a near future MercedesPorsche delivered 225,121 cars in 2015, up 19% versus 2014.The values of the brands is based on the "Royalty Relief approach." This method estimates future sales that are attri...

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2017-04-03 10:20:44

Ultra-pure diamond crystal at the point of convergence combines multiple lasers into one superlaser  

In a world-leading study researchers at Macquarie University have proven a method for multiplying laser power using diamond, demonstrating that a laser similar to the Star Wars 'superlaser' may no longer remain in science fiction.The research, published in Laser and Photonics Reviews demonstrates a concept - reminiscent of the Star Wars Death Star sci-fi laser - where the power of multiple laser beams is transferred into a single intense output beam that can be directed to the intended t...

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2017-04-03 10:20:17

One hour travel times help define a city ... so four hour Acela travel times means Boston-DC-NY are not a city  

Research work from Zahavi and Marchetti show that there is from ancient times the invariant behavior that a unified town or city is defined by being able to travel across it in about one hour.The center of the city is where most people can reach in 30 minutes.These time and space and relationships were true when people were walking, riding horses, biking, or driving.China is spending hundreds of billions and eventually trillions to integrate multiple cities into larger megacities (cities and sub

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2017-04-03 09:49:04

Graphene sieve turns seawater into drinking water  

Graphene-oxide membranes have attracted considerable attention as promising candidates for new filtration technologies. Now the much sought-after development of making membranes capable of sieving common salts has been achieved.New research demonstrates the real-world potential of providing clean drinking water for millions of people who struggle to access adequate clean water sources.Graphene-oxide membranes developed at the National Graphene Institute have already demonstrated the potential of

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2017-04-03 09:06:20

Amazon, Alibaba will use self driving vehicles, robotics, 3d printing and AI for to compete on same day delivery  

Amazon, which currently charges a $99 annual fee for two-day deliveries under its "Prime" service, will eventually offer two-tier pricing for delivery services, Jindel said. One will be a "Gold Prime" membership costing $199 to $249 a year that covers next-day deliveries, the other a platinum membership for $399 a year that includes same-day deliveries. Jindel said the pricing scheme will take effect only after Amazon builds out its distribution infrastructure.Amazon is using

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2017-04-02 12:04:47

Progress to megacity integration  

China is breaking the administrative barriers between Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei. This will enable coordinated development.Transportation, education, medical, economic, ecological services are moving towards integration in the cities which make up the 130 million person Jing-jin-ji megacity area.General manufacturing enterprises are being shifted out of Beijing to the other areas. Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei have gradually formed three complementary advantages, integration and are promoting the integr

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2017-04-02 09:58:59

DARPA wants fast data encoding and processing of big data using molecules   

DARPA has announced its Molecular Informatics program, which seeks a new paradigm for data storage, retrieval, and processing. Instead of relying on the binary digital logic of computers based on the Von Neumann architecture, Molecular Informatics aims to investigate and exploit the wide range of structural characteristics and properties of molecules to encode and manipulate data."Chemistry offers a rich set of properties that we may be able to harness for rapid, scalable information storage a...

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2017-04-02 09:39:21

Control of Soft Robots Using Magnetic Fields  

A team of engineering researchers has made a fundamental advance in controlling so-called soft robots, using magnetic fields to remotely manipulate microparticle chains embedded in soft robotic devices. The researchers have already created several devices that make use of the new technique."By putting these self-assembling chains into soft robots, we are able to have them perform more complex functions while still retaining relatively simple designs," says Joe Tracy, an associate professor o...

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2017-04-02 09:19:42

DARPA wants engineers to rethink conventional approaches for breakthrough Spectrum Management  

DARPA earlier this month hosted the Battle of the ModRecs—a low-key competitive opportunity for engineers with a penchant for antennas and algorithms to test their skills in modulation recognition."We're looking to push modulation recognition out of its comfort zone," said DARPA program manager Tom Rondeau. "We want scientists and engineers to rethink conventional approaches and advance the technology to new heights, so it will function dynamically and with precision—not just under l...

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2017-04-02 01:11:50

Director of Testing says F35 needs years and billions to get near combat usable but DOD says US taxpayers should be fine with barely usable for $100+ billion and 12 years late  

The parting messages of Michael Gilmore, the now-retired Director of Operational Test and Evaluation, from his final 62 page F35 report.When will you make the Milestone C/Full-Rate Production decision?• Director Test and Evaluation Answer: Since the Milestone C/Full-Rate Production decision cannot be made until after IOT and E is completed and DOT and E has issued its report, it cannot occur by the threshold date of October 2019 and will likely not occur until early 2020, at the soonest. The J...

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2017-04-01 14:53:36

Planetary cubesat Lightsail2 will launch on Spacex Falcon Heavy  

The Planetary Society LightSail is a CubeSat. These tiny spacecraft often hitch rides to orbit aboard rockets carrying bigger payloads. CubeSats have standard unit sizes of 10 centimeters per side. They can be stacked together—LightSail is a three-unit CubeSat about the size of a loaf of bread.Once in space, LightSail's solar arrays swing open, revealing the inside of the spacecraft. Four tape measure-like metal booms slowly unwind from storage, unfolding four triangular, Mylar sails. Each s...

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2017-04-01 14:48:13

Late Summer launch of Spacex Falcon Heavy could land all three first stage boosters, second stage and payload faring  

Elon Musk's SpaceX on Thursday salvaged half of the $6 million nosecone of its rocket, in what the space entrepreneur deemed an important feat in the drive to recover more of its launch hardware and cut the cost of space flights. This was part of the successful relaunch and landing of the first stage.Shortly after the main section of SpaceX's first recycled Falcon 9 booster landed itself on a platform in the ocean, half of the rocket's nosecone, which protected a communications satellite d...

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2017-04-01 09:35:58

White Washing Movies Tank  

Other than Ang Lee's Oscar-winning 2000 action drama "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" — which hauled in $128 million at the U.S. box office but didn't do nearly as much business in China (although the country's box office was significantly smaller then) — the country's homegrown movies haven't been able to travel well. American entertainment lawyer Sky Moore, who works closely with Chinese studios, called a crossover hit the "holy grail" for them.After years of hype, Legend...

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2017-04-01 07:43:43

Megacities and One belt One road are core to China's 100 year economic strategy  

According to a strategy detailed in a recently released report, the Jing-jin-ji megalopolis is one of three key projects aimed at boosting China's economy over the next 100 years along with the Yangtze River Delta Economic Region, led by Shanghai in the south, and the "One Belt, One Road" program in the west, which was created to promote China's trading links with Asia, Europe and Africa.While it is supposed to become a motor for innovation and growth within China, some experts

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2017-04-01 03:10:17

Elon Musk confident Spacex can achieve at least 100-fold reduction in the cost of space access and plans reflying within 24 hours of landing  

"At this point I'm highly confident that it's possible to achieve at least 100-fold reduction in the cost of space access," Musk said after yesterdays demonstration of a reusable first stage booster.Spacex plans to try to land the second stage this year.Martin Halliwell, the chief technical officer at SES, the Luxembourg satellite operator that hired SpaceX to fly this mission, predicted a new normal, saying, "My belief is within 24 months SpaceX will offer a service to orbit, and it w...

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2017-03-31 18:38:52

Real life flying iron man exoskeleton created will cost about $250,000 each and requires intense Captain America like workout regimen for strength to control it  

A new company, Gravity has unveiled of its first product, the Daedulus flight suit. The company claims Daedulus should be able to fly at speeds up to several hundreds of miles per hour, although Browning hasn't been able to find a large enough test flight area to get it going that fast just yet.Browning has been approached by half a dozen people who wanted to have their own custom suit built, which he estimates could cost $250,000 each. A lot of physical strength is needed to control the fly

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2017-03-31 12:49:42

Billionaries and funding Moon and Mars exploration  

Two billionaires, Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos, are leading companies that are creating new space flight capability. However, adventurous billionaires could be very important to the first manned flights to Mars.NASA has so far been unwilling to divert the $4 billion per year going to the Space Launch System into Spacex Mars mission plans.Spacex would be in a stronger financial position when NASA and the US military decide they should start more efficiently spending about ten billion dollars per year

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2017-03-31 11:46:25

Dp14 hawk drone could evac wounded soldiers over 100 miles  

Dragonfly Pictures' DP14 Hawk, a dual-rotor unmanned aerial system, could one day evacuate wounded soldiers from the battlefield. It resembles a miniature CH-47 Chinook helicopter, can carry 430 pounds in its six-foot by 20-inch cargo space for about 2.4 hours. It has a cruising speed of about 82 miles per hour and is capable of flying in crosswinds up to 46 mph.The DP14 Hawk uses onboard LIDAR, or 3D laser scanning, and advanced algorithms to self-navigate in complex, restricted environment

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2017-03-31 03:53:10

Robotic military truck convoys are near  

After 14 years of development, Lockheed Martin Corp.'s Autonomous Mobility Applique System, a kit that allows vehicles and convoys to operate with little or no human input, is a strong candidate for rapid fielding.Lockheed's vehicle autonomy kit has been installed on more than nine vehicle types, and the AMAS system has completed more than 55,000 hours of road time.This summer the AMAS system will feature in Army warfighting experiments, giving soldiers the opportunity to evaluate the techno...

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2017-03-31 02:06:44

Google Launched a New Machine Learning Journal and it support reactive diagrams  

In collaboration with OpenAI, DeepMind, YC Research, and others, Google has announced the launch of Distill, a new open science journal and ecosystem supporting human understanding of machine learning. Distill is an independent organization, dedicated to fostering a new segment of the research community.We can create interactive diagrams and user interfaces the enable intuitive exploration of research ideas. Reactive diagrams allow for a type of communication not possible in static mediums. Hove

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2017-03-31 01:20:10

Intel and Taiwan Semiconductor remain confident of scaling CMOS to 3 nanometers and maybe beyond  

Intel remains confident about scaling CMOS and extending Moore's law beyond 2024Someday we may reach a physical limit. But Intel does not see that point on their horizon.1990, when the features on the wafer were the same size as the wavelength of the light we used to print them: 193 nm. Physics was very clear. We couldn't go any further.But we met that challenge. We printed with the interference fringes from the patterns on the masks. We developed computational lithography and multiple pat...

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2017-03-30 21:21:58

Improved software enables Tesla cars to use autopilot at speeds up to 80mph  

The autopilot function on newer Tesla cars will function at speeds up to 80 mph. New software to enable the improvement started streaming into its vehicles on Wednesday.Prior to the over-the-air version 8.1 update, Model S and Model X vehicles equipped with hardware 2 have been operating a more restricted version of Autopilot 2.0 that was missing notable features such as Auto Lane Change, Autosteer capabilities above 55 mph and Tesla Summon, among others.Read more »

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2017-03-30 18:01:44

Europe and Japan make separate commitments to new exascale supercomputer projects  

At the moment, EU industry provides about 5% of HPC resources worldwide, but consumes one third of them. In April 2016 in the European Cloud Initiative - part of the EU's strategy to digitise European industry - the Commission urged Member States to step up cooperation in HPC to boost Europe's scientific capabilities and industrial competitiveness. It also committed to develop a high-performance computing ecosystem based on European technology, including low power chips. The goal is ...

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2017-03-30 17:07:17

Spacex reuses a first stage booster and successfully relanded it for further launches in a historic milestone in spaceflight  

SpaceX has successfully re-flown a first stage booster from one of its Falcon 9 rockets and they successfully landed it again.The first-stage booster, which was previously used on a mission 11 months ago, helped send a telecommunications satellite into orbit from Florida's Kennedy Space Center.javascript:void(0);It marks an important milestone for SpaceX in its quest for re-usability.Traditionally, rockets are expendable - their various segments are discarded and destroyed during an ascent.T

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2017-03-30 15:05:21

US Navy will prototype many sizes and types of combat lasers and missile defense wants laser on long endurance stratospheric drone by 2025  

The Navy and Missile Defense Agency are leveraging prototyping programs to incrementally pursue complex ideas such as a laser weapon integrated into the Aegis Combat System and a high-power laser for boost-phase kill in missile defense, officials said today at the 2017 Directed Energy Summit.This ability to learn through prototypes and experiments has always been resident in the MDA but is new for the Navy. The Navy recently created a Surface Navy Laser Weapon System program as its very first Ra

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2017-03-30 12:32:07

the Age of economical reusable rocket boosters has begun and to fully leverage it Spacex must launch a lot  

Today Spacex has started the age of reusable rockets. They reused a first stage rocket and then successfully landed it. This was a lower cost rocket. They charged 10% less than an unused rocket.The space shuttle was reused but the space shuttle was much more expensive than disposable rockets."The SSMEs were reusable," Dan Dumbacher, former NASA deputy associated administrator for exploration systems development, said of the space shuttle main engines. "We tried to make them reusable for 55...

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2017-03-30 05:02:34

Prospects for life in solar system are good as amino acids and water ice seem ubiquitous in asteroid belt and nearing a dozen subsurface liquid ocean worlds  

There is evidence for subsurface oceans within nearly a dozen bodies (planets, asteroids and moons) in the solar system. Jupiter's Europa, Saturn's Enceladus and Titan have the strongest evidence.The Asteroid Ceres has joined Mars and several satellites of the giant planets in the list of locations in the solar system that may harbor life. The dwarf planet has water. Now, infrared spectra taken from the orbiting Dawn spacecraft reveal organic-rich regions in and around its ~50-kilometer

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2017-03-30 04:58:04

China could triple space science spending and has several startup rocket companies as well  

Though the exact value of China's spending on its space programs remains shrouded in secrecy, many analysts peg its civilian space budget at around $3 billion annually in recent years, a fraction of the $19.3 billion the United States allocated to NASA in 2016. There a push within China's government to triple spending on space science (from $700 million to $2.1 billion) as well as the emergence of a small but growing group of privately backed space start-ups suggest that both Chinese ind

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2017-03-30 04:56:41

Technology for upgrading slums and lowering the cost of housing by 30%  

New technologies, including better land mapping, prefabricated construction and cheaper solar power, have begun bringing the costs of housing down 20 percent to 30 percent, say experts.At the low end of the scale, the changes may be most significant: There is a new market developing to serve 200 million households in slums in emerging markets.A third of urban dwellers—1.6 billion people—could struggle to secure decent housing by 2025. Here are four approaches that could help. If current tren...

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2017-03-30 04:20:08

Architectural Design for 99.99% of a space elevator but does not solve for main problem of the tether  

Architects have a system is referred to as the Universal Orbital Support System (UOSS). It calls for placing a large asteroid into orbit over earth, a high strength cable can be lowered towards the surface of earth from which a super tall tower can be suspended. 1. There are future plans to move a small asteroid (a few tons and may 2 to 3 meters across -but even moving a small asteroid has not been done2. Moving a big asteroid would be theoretically possible but would need to have a 100% foolpro

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2017-03-30 04:16:34

Blue Origin rocket company owner now world's second richest person  

Jeff Bezos has leapt past Amancio Ortega and Warren Buffett to become the world's second-richest person.Bezos own the rocket company Blue Origin. He also has a large stake in Amazon.Bezos, 53, added $1.5 billion to his fortune as Inc. rose $18.32 on Wednesday, the day after the e-commerce giant (actually Amazon is really about logistics) said it plans to buy Dubai-based online retailer's founder has added $10.2 billion this year to his wealth and $7 billion since t...

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2017-03-30 03:50:02

More Evidence and analysis of ammonia filled subsurface ocean on Pluto that could have novel, exotic life  

Research publish in the Journal Nature indicates the subsurface ocean on Pluto under Sputnik Planitia region could be filled with ammonia, similar to what scientists have detected to one of Pluto's moon, Charon."Life as we know it" could not be present in the ammonia-laden subsurface ocean on Pluto, but other unknown "primitive" creatures could be present."It's no place for germs, much less fish or squid, or any life as we know it. But as with the methane seas on

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2017-03-30 03:37:04

Fuzzy fibers of silicon carbide can make rocket engines stronger, lighter and better able to withstand extreme heat  

Rice University laboratory of materials scientist Pulickel Ajayan, in collaboration with NASA, has developed "fuzzy fibers" of silicon carbide that act like Velcro and stand up to the punishment that materials experience in aerospace applications.The fibers strengthen composites used in advanced rocket engines that have to withstand temperatures up to 1,600 degrees Celsius (2,912 degrees Fahrenheit). Ceramic composites in rockets now being developed use silicon carbide fibers to strengthen t...

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2017-03-30 01:23:45

Russia's is testing the Zircon hypersonic missile and a joint longer range India-Russia hypersonic missile should begin testing in 2020  

Russia is expected to begin serial production of hypersonic missile Tsirkon or Zircon soon. The missile boasts of speed five times than that of speed of sound. Reports say the missile can travel with a speed of upto 4,600 mph or 7,400 km/h, which makes it almost impossible to be stopped.Countries like the US and Britain, who have most powerful defence forces in the world, are already losing sweat over Russia's new missile defence system."State tests of Zircon are scheduled for completio

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2017-03-29 22:39:18

Unurbanized and undeveloped countries will be exception after about 2080 due technological development catchup and systemic convergence  

Basic development of the level that has been mostly achieved in Europe today will be norm throughout the world by about 2080.Key aspects of development are non-slum urbanization at 70% or higher.Universal literacy.Energy and other infrastructure to European levels or better.Generally developed world level education systems.Public health at developed world levels.If these conditions are in place then a country (barring recent or ongoing war or massive political screw up should achieve at least 20

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2017-03-29 17:35:45

Graphene-Based Neural Probes Probe Brain Activity in High Resolution  

Measuring brain activity with precision is essential to developing further understanding of diseases such as epilepsy and disorders that affect brain function and motor control. Neural probes with high spatial resolution are needed for both recording and stimulating specific functional areas of the brain. Now, researchers from the Graphene Flagship have developed a new device for recording brain activity in high resolution while maintaining excellent signal to noise ratio (SNR). Based on graphen

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2017-03-29 13:51:36

Quantum computer startup Rigetti Computing Raised $64 Million   

Rigetti Computing, a leading quantum computing start-up, announced it has raised $64 million in Series A and B funding.Rigetti Computing is building a cloud quantum computing platform for artificial intelligence and computational chemistry. Rigetti recently opened up private beta testing of Forest, its API for quantum computing in the cloud. Forest emphasizes a quantum-classical hybrid computing model, integrating directly with existing cloud infrastructure and treating the quantum computer as a

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2017-03-29 06:13:14

Brilliant video explanations of the fantastic Skylon spaceplane and Spacex reusable rocket engineering  

The partially reusable Falcon 9 and fully reusable Skylon are explored in this episode of Stan Draws Spaceships.Brilliant explanations of the fantastic Skylon spaceplane and Spacex reusable rocket engineering.Read more »

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2017-03-29 06:10:10

Robomate exoskeleton will make it ten times easier for workers to lift things  

The Robo-Mate exoskeleton can reduce the effort to lift a load by ten times. It is able to reduce the effort needed to lift a load and protects the spine from heavy lifting and sudden movements.You don't have to become a cyborg to stay safe when it comes to manual handling. However, over 25 percent of Europeans experience back injuries at work - a statistic that has inspired Robo-Mate, a project that aims to give workers a tool to decrease physical stress and risks associated with heavy lift...

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2017-03-29 06:10:05

World crime is bigger than World Steel industry  

Crime does pay — and don't ever let anyone tell you otherwise. According to a new report from Global Financial Integrity, transnational crime groups currently rake in an estimated $1.6 trillion to $2.2 trillion in annual revenue.Fear of the drug trade and other forms of cross-border crime have long been a focus for American lawmakers. "The international community has been aggressively combating drug trafficking for more than 40 years, yet supplies of drugs are undiminished and prices h...

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2017-03-29 06:02:22

Blue Origin nears testing of the BE-4 rocket  

Blue Origin has its first BE-4 rocket engine fully assembled and ready for testing -- and they pushed two more out the door recently.Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin space start-up aims to have a new rocket engine ready for installation aboard United Launch Alliance's new Vulcan rocket by 2019. Blue Origin has signed its first customer for a commercial satellite launch. European satcom Eutelsat aims to become Blue Origin's inaugural customer five years from now, utilizing a Blue Origin New Gl

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2017-03-29 04:52:49

NASA tries to justify Space Launch system   

NASA is leading the next steps into deep space near the moon, where astronauts will build and begin testing the systems needed for challenging missions to deep space destinations including Mars. The area of space near the moon offers a true deep space environment to gain experience for human missions that push farther into the solar system, access the lunar surface for robotic missions but with the ability to return to Earth if needed in days rather than weeks or months.The period of exploration

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2017-03-29 04:49:29

Pilot Commercial plants for Spray on Solar cells will start in 2018  

A future when solar cells can be sprayed or printed onto the windows of skyscrapers or atop sports utility vehicles -- and at prices potentially far cheaper than today's silicon-based panels could begin in 2018.Solar researchers and company executives think there's a good chance the economics of the $42 billion industry will soon be disrupted by something called perovskites, a range of materials that can be used to harvest light when turned into a crystalline structure.The hope is that perov...

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2017-03-29 04:25:25

Elon Musk points out that the NASA funding bill changes nothing and adds no funding for Mars  

Elon Musk has hit back at claims that President Donald Trump's new NASA bill will be good for his space exploration business, saying it does nothing to get SpaceX's mission to Mars off the ground.Elon Musk says the NASA funding bill changes almost nothing about what NASA is doing. Existing programs stay in place and there is no added funding for Mars.Read more »

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2017-03-29 04:07:58

A copper oxide solar cells on top of regular silicon solar cells cold boost energy conversion up to 40% from 25% today  

Researchers are currently developing the environment-friendly solar cells of the future, which will capture twice as much energy as the cells of today. The trick is to combine two different types of solar cells in order to utilize a much greater portion of the sunlight."These are going to be the world's most efficient and environment-friendly solar cells. There are currently solar cells that are certainly just as efficient, but they are both expensive and toxic. Furthermore, the materials in...

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2017-03-29 01:31:33

Made in China 2025 plan is similar to Germany's Industry 4.0 plan  

"Made in China 2025" is an initiative to comprehensively upgrade Chinese industry. The initiative draws direct inspiration from Germany's "Industry 4.0" plan, which was first discussed in 2011 and later adopted in 2013. The heart of the "Industry 4.0" idea is intelligent manufacturing, i.e., applying the tools of information technology to production. In the German context, this primarily means using the Internet of Things to connect small and medium-sized compan

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2017-03-28 18:03:53

China has almost double the CO2 emissions of the USA  

China has almost double the CO2 emissions of the United States for the latest figures from 2015.China 10.357 Billion tons of CO2USA 5.414 Billion tons of CO2EU28 3.509 Billion tons of CO2India 2.274 Billion tons of CO2China is slowing the addition of coal plants but is still building more coal and had increased usage of fossil fuels last year.The National Geographic feels that China slowing its growth in CO2 emissions would place China in the "lead" on clean power.China will be b

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2017-03-28 09:45:04

China starting to acquire some technology companies  

China's outbound Merger and Acquisition activity surged in 2015 and 2016 with a broad universe of acquirers executing transactions with an increase in pace and deal size.This surge has been driven by a range of macro factors, including the pursuit of long-term and sustainable growth, consumption by the rising middle class, and a favorable regulatory and financing environment. Chinese buyers are becoming more active and experienced in M and A and are comfortable executing public takeovers and

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2017-03-28 07:47:06

Silicon Valley's pursuit of extreme life extension  

The New Yorker magazine looks at silicon valley's anti aging activities. It covers the usual work and ideas of Aubrey de Grey (SENS repairing 7 kinds of aging related damage) and Ray Kurzweil (Singularity and uploading). Unity BiotechnologyUnity Biotechnology targets senescent cells—cells that, as they age, start producing a colorless, odorless, noxious goo called sasp, which Unity's researchers call "the zombie toxin," because it makes other cells senescent and spreads chronic infla...

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2017-03-28 06:15:38

India and Russia failing to agree on terms for joint fifth generation stealth fighter program  

India and Russia have failed to make progress on one of their most prestigious defense deals—the co-development and production of the Sukhoi/HAL Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA), known in India as the Perspective Multi-role Fighter (PMF).The most recent stumbling block to a successful continuation of the project has been Russia's unwillingness to share sensitive aircraft technology with India. New Delhi is demanding a full-scale transfer of technology in order to boost India's dome...

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2017-03-28 03:26:02

the drug everolimus boosts flu vaccine response by 25% in people over 65 and rejuvenates the immune system   

Novartis found that giving low doses of a drug called everolimus to people over 65 increased their response to flu vaccines. It did, by about 20 percent. Yet behind the test was a bigger question about whether any drug can slow or reverse the symptoms of old age. Novartis's study on everolimus, which looked at whether the immune system of elderly people could be made to act younger, has been called the "first human aging trial."RAD001 (everolimus) also appeared to broaden the serologic res...

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2017-03-28 02:09:26

Ultimate photon rocket - The Planck Photon Rocket  

The Ultimate Limits of the Relativistic Rocket Equation - The Planck Photon Rocket (theoretical speculation)If you can accelerate a particle close enough to lightspeed then it collapses into a Planck blackhole and that blackhole will almost instantly evaporate into gamma rays.A paper looks at the ultimate limits of a photon propulsion rocket. The maximum velocity for a photon propulsion rocket is just below the speed of light and is a function of the reduced Compton wavelength of the heaviest su

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2017-03-27 21:15:29

Elon Musk has gone public with his Neurolace Brain Computer interface company called Neuralink  

The Wall Street Journal reports that Elon Musk has revealed that he started a brain-computer interface company called Neuralink. The company has no public presence. It will creating devices that can be implanted in the human brain for mind computer interfaces.@elonmusk What abour neural lace? Announcement soon?— Revol Devoleb (@BelovedRevol) January 25, 2017Read more »

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2017-03-27 18:55:12

MIT wants to build an add-on 1 MW sub-critical molten salt reactor beside their 6MW light water reactor to avoid 10 years of regulatory approvals  

MIT plans a one-megawatt demonstration molten salt reactor. It would be incapable of sustaining a fission reaction on its own, the researchers believe they could avoid building a standalone experimental prototype, which the Nuclear Regulatory Commission generally requires. That site selection and licensing process can take a decade or longer, so the hope is that this approach could cost hundreds of millions of dollars less and take half as much time to build.The university lab operates a six-meg

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2017-03-27 15:13:07

Around ten million lives per year could be saved from Sepsis using $60 treatment of intravenous Vitamin C, Vitamin B and hydrocortisone  

Patients in Norfolk with severe Sepsis were treated with intravenous vitamin C, hydrocortisone and thiamine. In 47 patients with sepsis treated in Norfolk General's ICU, four died in 2016, an 8 percent mortality rate. Of those four, none died of sepsis but rather the conditions that led to sepsis in the first place. The previous year, 19 of 47 septic patients died, a 40 percent mortality rate. They have written up the study in the Journal Chest.Doctor Marik wants there to be a comprehensive st...

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2017-03-27 06:54:53

If Tesla Model 3 hits production targets it will outsell BMW 3 series and Mercedes C class within one year  

After taking in about 400,000 deposits at $1,000 a piece, Musk ramped up production plans. And then he ramped them up some more. Now, three months from the official start of production, the billionaire Tesla CEO seems to think he can not only match the performance of those top luxury brands (BMW 3 Series and the Mercedes C Class), but outsell them in the U.S., too—in just one year.For Musk to hit all of his targets, Tesla would need to build about 430,000 Model 3s by the end of next year. That...

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2017-03-27 06:39:03

Justice League Trailers actually look good  

The DC movies have been underwhelming other than the Dark Knight Series and a few of the Batman movies before them and the first Superman movie. The first Justice League movie looks ok based on the trailers.Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's (Henry Cavill) selfless act, Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) enlists newfound ally Diana Prince to face an even greater threat. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to recruit a team to stand against this newly awaken

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2017-03-27 06:21:11

Carnival of Space 502  

The Carnival of Space 502 is up at Urban Astronomer.Evolving Planet - Origami-inspired Microbots, Our Future Planet ExplorersRead more »

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2017-03-27 06:05:17

ASEAN should have four countries with over a trillion dollar GDP by 2030  

Four ASEAN Countries will become trillion dollar economies by 2030 Southeast Asia is expected to be one of the world's fastest growing regions, with four ASEAN nations - Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand - expected to join the ranks of Asia's group of nations that have a GDP exceeding $1 trillion by 2030. "This will help to increase the geopolitical and economic importance of ASEAN as a political and economic grouping in international diplomacy and the global dialogue ...

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2017-03-27 05:52:18

Spacex launch of private citizens on a lunar orbiting mission in 2018 will use new Falcon Heavy  

Last week, SpaceX announced it has been approached to fly two private citizens on a trip around the moon in 2018. According to the company, the mission will use SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket, a spacecraft designed deliver to large payloads to orbit inside a composite fairing.SpaceX says the composite payload fairing protects satellites during delivery to destinations in low Earth orbit (LEO), geosynchronous transfer orbit (GTO) and beyond. The company adds that the Falcon Heavy is largely inspi...

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2017-03-27 04:15:22

Biggest Dinosaur footprint found in Australia  

The largest dinosaur print ever recorded: a 5-foot-9-inch print from a sauropod, or long-necked dinosaur was found in Australia. The tracks provide the first evidence that spiky tailed stegosaurs lived in the land down under.Paleontologists create a cast of the gigantic sauropod print. (University of Queensland)An unprecedented 21 different types of dinosaur tracks have been identified on a 25-kilometre stretch of the Dampier Peninsula coastline dubbed "Australia's Jurassic Park".A team of...

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2017-03-27 04:14:40

Spacex scheduled relaunch of a recovered booster is scheduled for this Thursday  

SpaceX is now targeting 6 p.m. Thursday for its first re-launch of a used Falcon 9 rocket booster, a mission that aims to loft a commercial communications satellite to orbit from Kennedy Space Center.Launch teams on Monday aimed to fuel the two-stage rocket during a practice countdown culminating in a short test-firing of nine Merlin main engines at Launch Complex 39A.Delays completing the test over the weekend pushed a planned Wednesday launch of the SES-10 satellite back a day.There's a 70

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2017-03-27 02:18:15

Chemical energy storage with water heating solar panels enables a conversion of more than 80 percent of the incoming sunlight  

Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have demonstrated efficient solar energy storage in a chemical liquid. The stored energy can be transported and then released as heat whenever needed. The research is now presented on the cover of the scientific journal Energy and Environmental Science.​Many consider the sun the energy source of the future. But one challenge is that it is difficult to store solar energy and deliver the energy 'on demand'.A research team from Chalme...

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2017-03-26 19:54:03

Uber suspends self driving car program after high impact accident here another car failed to yield to Uber car  

Uber is suspending its self-driving car program after one of its autonomous vehicles was involved in a high-impact crash in Tempe, Arizona, the latest incident for a company reeling from multiple of Uber's Volvo self-driving SUVs is pictured on its side next to another car with dents and smashed windows. An Uber spokeswoman confirmed the incident, and the veracity of the photo, and added that the ride-hailing company is suspending its autonomous tests in Arizona until it completes i...

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2017-03-26 14:19:45

Will Uber mirror Yahoo, If its China Rival Didi becomes globally dominant  

Uber has taken $12 billion over 15 rounds of investment, and has a reported valuation of nearly $70 billion. There have been several different leaks of Uber's financial data over the years, covering income from 2012 through Q4 2016.Uber incoe statement numbers were from Bloomberg, The Information, Valleywag, Gawker, AllThingsD, TechCrunch, The New York Times, and Naked Capitalism.Published financial data shows that Uber is losing more money than any startup in history and that its ability t

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2017-03-26 09:37:53

Silicon solar cell efficiency at 26.6% within 10% of theoretical silicon solar efficiency limit of 29.1%  

Kaneka Corporation has achieved in a NEDO project the world's highest solar power conversion efficiency of 26.33% in a practical size (180 cm2 ) crystalline silicon solar cell.This record-breaking result will advance technical development of crystalline silicon solar cells and contribute significantly to reducing the cost of power generation through use of high-efficiency solar cells.Kaneka Corporation developed a high conversion-efficiency crystalline silicon solar cell (heterojunction back-c...

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2017-03-26 07:53:06

Telsa reveals first Model 3 release candidate   

Tesla revealed the first model 3 release candidate.The model 3 is critical for Tesla to move toward mass market cars. It will cost about $35,000 and they have over 300,000 pre-orders. It could take Telsa from an 80,000 car per year company to 500,000 cars per year.First drive of a release candidate version of Model 3— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 24, 2017Read more »

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2017-03-25 22:22:51

Russia designing submarine that will use composite materials for the hull and other parts and fire hypersonic Zircon missiles  

Russia will start building multi-purpose nuclear-powered submarines of the fifth generation in 2020. Companies of the United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC) are ready to start the work in 2020, when 885 Yasen project is completed. The Russian Husky submarine will be the follow up to the Yasen submarine.The new submarines will be smaller and cheaper than their Soviet-designed predecessors. Indeed, there are indications that Moscow will be extensively leveraging automation technologies developed fo

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2017-03-25 10:25:50

Norway will build first ship tunnel that will be 121 feet tall and 87 feed wide and a mile long  

Norwegian government has stated that they wish to proceed with a pilot project for a ship tunnel. They are working on the basis of the "large" tunnel alternative. This is considered to have greater potential utility value.* 3 billion cubic meters (over 105 billion cubic ft) of solid rock removed. * It will be more than a mile long, 121 feet tall and 87 feet wide* from a maritime point of view this is still a canal, but with a "roof."* expected daily average of 19 ships a day.

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2017-03-25 05:53:24

BAE concept for integrating drones and fighters that split into multiple vehicles  

BAE Systems have lifted the lid on some futuristic technologies that could be incorporated in military and civil aircraft of 2040 or even earlier.The Transformer is a flexible aircraft system that combines smaller jets for more efficient travel, before having them split apart to quickly adapt to any scenario.The concept can be tailor-made to suit any scenario. For longer journeys, smaller sub-aircraft can be combined together during travel, to increase the range of the jet and save fuel through

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2017-03-25 03:07:56

Global Military lasers see robust growth and soon will be over 1 billion in research and sales  

Automotive, aerospace, energy, electronics, and communications (smartphones) materials processing applications continued to drive strong industrial laser sales. Of the three major industrial laser categories, the Micro category, which includes all applications using lasers with less than 500 Watts of power, climbed to 35% of the total laser market thanks to 105% growth in the sector that included display applications requiring excimer lasersCoherent alone said in its third fiscal quarter 38 ende

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2017-03-25 01:14:58

Gene sequencing for rapid diagnosis of tuberculosis and prompt initiation of correct life saving treatment  

British scientists have made a world-first breakthrough in the diagnosis of tuberculosis using gene sequencing. The diagnosis can be made in days instead of months. This will enable the prompt treatment with the correct drugs.Researchers in Oxford and Birmingham say they can isolate different strains of the disease using a process called genome sequencing.Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said the breakthrough "will save lives".Speedy diagnosis means patients can begin their recovery much q

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2017-03-24 19:33:16

Africa will triple its urban population 500 million to 1.5 billion in 2050 will need China to help avoid mass slumification  

The proportion of Africans living in urban areas soared from 15 percent in 1960 to 40 percent in 2010. It's projected to hit 60 percent in 2050. Against that backdrop, the big challenge for government policymakers is how to harness urbanization for sustainable and inclusive growth."There is a high rate of rural-urban migration, and an increasing number of slums and squatter settlements in urban areas across Africa," Obitou says. "This kind of migration has brought shortages of

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2017-03-24 16:41:19

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