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Space

Hubble spots spiral bridge of young stars linking two ancient galaxies

Posted July 11, 2014 by

NASA/ESA image NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope photographed a 100,000-light-year-long structure that looks like a string of pearls twisted into a corkscrew shape winds around the cores of the two massive galaxies. The ìpearlsî are superclusters of blazing, blue-white, newly born stars. NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has photographed an unusual structure 100,000 light years long, which…

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Business

B61 undergoes testing in AEDC wind tunnel

Posted July 21, 2014 by Deidre Ortiz

A test conducted in Arnold Engineering Development Complex's 16-foot transonic wind tunnel supports the design of the newest version of the B61 nuclear bomb.

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Boeing partners with South African Airways to turn new tobacco plant into jet fuel

Posted August 6, 2014 by

Boeing, South African Airways and SkyNRG announced Aug. 6 they are collaborating to make sustainable aviation biofuel from a new type of tobacco plant.

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Defense

Army selected for Joint Strike Fighter software assessment

Posted August 15, 2014 by Carlotta Maneice

Lockheed Martin photograph by Darin Russell BF-17, Maj. Richard “BC” Rusnok and BF-18, Lt. Col. Jon “Miles” Ohman, fly behind a KC-130J, over Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., Sept. 26, 2013. The F-35 Joint Program Office has selected the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center to perform independent software safety analyses…

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Marine helicopter crashes in the Gulf of Aden

Posted September 4, 2014 by

A U.S. Marine Corps CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter assigned to the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit crashed at 2:00 p.m., Sept. 1, at sea in the Gulf of Aden as it attempted to land aboard USS Mesa Verde (LPD 19).

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Defense

Chemical-biological researchers deliver results

Posted September 19, 2014 by

Choking, watering eyes, blistering skin and convulsions are symptoms of imminent death from a chemical weapons attack. The lethality of such attacks, most recently in August 2013, in Syria, sends tremors across the globe.

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Defense

TACP-M ties it all together

Posted September 29, 2014 by Justin Oakes

Embedded deep within an Army maneuver unit lies an airman.

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Space

NASA mission finds widespread evidence of young lunar volcanism

Posted October 13, 2014 by

NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University image NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has provided researchers strong evidence the moon’s volcanic activity slowed gradually instead of stopping abruptly a billion years ago. Scores of distinctive rock deposits observed by LRO are estimated to be less than 100 million years old. This time period corresponds to Earth’s Cretaceous period, the heyday…

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Defense

New application aims to improve analyst’s performance

Posted October 24, 2014 by Wesley Farnsworth

Members from Air Force Research Laboratory's Panning & Direction, Collection, Processing and Exploitation, Analysis and Production, and Dissemination - Experimental team collaborated to create a new tool suite which could be used by the Air Force intelligence community around the globe.

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Tech

NASA tests revolutionary shape changing aircraft flap for first time

Posted November 7, 2014 by

NASA's green aviation project is one step closer to developing technology that could make future airliners quieter and more fuel-efficient with the successful flight test of a wing surface that can change shape in flight.

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