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NASA partners with commercial companies to return to the moon

by Jack Stewart Jul 19, 2019
NASA is looking to commercial partners to figure out crew transports, use of lunar resources and surviving extreme environments.
Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin has plans to send people to the moon.
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Amazon wants to deliver broadband from orbit

by Justin Ho Apr 8, 2019
Amazon recently confirmed plans to provide internet connectivity from orbit.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos at a press conference in Santa Monica, California.
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GPS glitch could confuse navigation devices on April 6

by Jack Stewart Mar 18, 2019
Older equipment may lose its grip on space and time when its clocks roll over.
A taxi driver uses a navigator while driving in Tokyo.
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At SpaceX, Gwynne Shotwell's job is to solve the problems that others can't

by Kai Ryssdal Dec 12, 2018
"If there were no issues, then you don't need me," Shotwell says.
As SpaceX's chief operating officer, Gwynne Shotwell leads the company day to day.
NASA HQ PHOTO/Flickr

Private enterprise will help NASA return to the moon

by Mitchell Hartman Nov 30, 2018
NASA is partnering with nine private aerospace companies to begin missions back to the earth's only natural, permanent satellite.
A NASA picture taken by U.S. crew commander Eugene A. Cernan on Dec. 13, 1972, shows astronaut and geologist Harrison H. Schmitt seated in the Lunar Roving Vehicle. The last manned U.S. spacecraft to touch down on the moon was Apollo 17.
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Rural Georgia county sees space as economic engine

by Marketplace Contributor Feb 3, 2016
County hopes to build a private spaceport, and create Georgia’s own space coast
The SpaceX CRS-Falcon 9 launch at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.
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Jet engine finally meets a moving assembly line

by Marketplace Contributor Feb 2, 2016
Jet engines weren't built like cars before because they were a low volume business
Jet engines, suspended from a track on the ceiling, are moved down the assembly line. 
Courtesy, Pratt & Whitney

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We made it to Pluto. Now what?

by Adriene Hill Jul 14, 2015
And just how significant is a visit to the dwarf planet?

Alcoa wants to be known for more than aluminum

by Dan Weissmann Jul 9, 2014
Alcoa's bid to brand itself an "innovation powerhouse" recalls its roots.

Americans in Paris...at the Air Show

by Christopher Werth Jun 21, 2013
The Paris Air Show is one of the world’s largest aviation and defense showcases. The U.S. pavilion is always the biggest, and typically attracts an entourage of American governors and members of Congress. But in this age of budget cuts,…