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Sergio Marchionne: «Sì, Apple farà un'automobile

Secondo Marchionne Apple sta davvero lavorando per costruire una automobile. «Si tratta di un settore dove possono dimostrare tutte le loro capacità …

SpaceShipTwo, il video del 2° Powered Flight da un punto di vista mozzafiato, by Virgin Galactic!

(Immagine, credit Virgin Galactic)<p>NEWS SPAZIO :- Qualche giorno fa abbiamo assistito al superamento di un nuoa nuova milestone da parte della società …

Hubble Uncovers Largest Known Population of Star Clusters

Peering deep into the heart of the massive galaxy cluster Abell 1689, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has nabbed more than 160,000 globular clusters, …

SNC Dream Chaser Captive-Carry Test August 2013

New item at the NASA Goddard gift store. #nasagoddard #lego

NASA's HEROES Mission -- Co-principal investigator Steven Christe working on the targeting technology, called the Solar Aspect System. Developed at NASA Goddard, this sophisticated, new pointing technology will enable scientists to aim HEROES with a high degree of precision to target highly specific points on the sun. In Ft. Sumner, N.M., a team of scientists is readying a giant balloon -- and a 5,000-pound telescope payload – for launch in mid-September 2013. During its flight some 25 miles up in the sky, the balloon, called HEROES, for High Energy Replicated Optics to Explore the Sun, will carry a hard X-ray telescope with a two-part job. During the day, the telescope will observe the sun. It will record imagery of giant bursts of radiation and light on the sun called solar flares with 10 times better resolution than the best solar observations to date in these wavelengths. At night, the telescope will turn its focus toward other stars, collecting X-ray data from the crab Nebula and other sources. The hard X-ray sky is relatively unexplored, especially at high resolution. #nasagoddard #science #hereos #sun Credit: NASA/Albert Shih