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Astronomical forensics uncover planetary disks in NASA’s Hubble archive

Posted April 25, 2014 by

Astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have applied a new image processing technique to obtain near-infrared scattered light photos of five disks observed around young stars in the Mikulski Archive for Space Telescopes database. These disks are telltale evidence for newly formed planets.

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NASA-UCI study indicates loss of West Antarctic glaciers appears unstoppable

Posted May 12, 2014 by

A new study by researchers at NASA and the University of California, Irvine, finds a rapidly melting section of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet appears to be in an irreversible state of decline, with nothing to stop the glaciers in this area from melting into the sea.

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Tens of thousands draw attention to POWs, MIAs as part of Rolling Thunder XXVII

Posted May 28, 2014 by C. Todd Lopez

"The first time I went, my daughter brought me. And my son-in-law was there, and his friend. That day we had clouds, low clouds like fog. And when I saw those statues -- I'd seen it in real life. My knees started to go."

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Boeing Business Jets finalizes order for BBJ 777-300ER airplane

Posted June 11, 2014 by

Boeing Business Jets announced June 10 the order of a BBJ 777-300ER (Extended Range) airplane to an undisclosed customer.

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Defense

MPS Increment IV reaches full deployment

Posted June 23, 2014 by Justin Oakes

Battle Management program executive officer Steven Wert recently declared full deployment of the Mission Planning System Increment IV, Joint Mission Planning System, ushering in a new generation of capabilities for mission planners.

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Army tests putting NERO electronic warfare jammer on UAVs

Posted July 11, 2014 by Adrienne Moudy

Army photograph by Doug McDaniel View of the NERO jamming payload attached to a Gray Eagle. NERO stands for Networked Electronic Warfare Remotely Operated. Last month within the mountainous terrain of The Great Salt Lake Desert at Dugway Proving Ground Utah, the U.S. Army conducted flight testing of an unmanned airborne electronic attack capability known…

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Chow from a 3-D printer? Natick researchers are working on it

Posted July 21, 2014 by Jane Benson

Army researchers are investigating ways to incorporate 3-D printing technology into producing food for soldiers.

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Boeing delivers 15th production P-8A Poseidon to U.S. Navy

Posted August 6, 2014 by

The 15th P-8A Poseidon built by Boeing arrives at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Fla., where it will help expand the U.S. Navy’s long-range maritime patrol capabilities.

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AWACS upgrade achieves initial operational capability

Posted August 15, 2014 by Darren D. Heusel

Courtesy photograph An E-3G Sentry, an Airborne Warning and Control System aircraft, sits on a flightline. In support of air-to-ground operations, Sentry crews can provide direct information needed for interdiction, reconnaissance, airlift and close air support for friendly ground forces. They can also provide information for commanders of air operations to gain and maintain control…

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ORS SpaceLoft-6 launch to test reliability, durability of payloads in suborbital voyage

Posted April 3, 2012 by by Michael P. Kleiman

The SpaceLoft-6 sounding rocket will launch April 5, 2012, at Spaceport America, in Upham, N.M., with seven payloads, crucial for future Operationally Responsive Space missions, demonstrating its dependability and resilience during a…

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