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Safety concerns expressed during space tourism conference in Montreal
Sir Richard Branson initially predicted that suborbital flights by his space tourism company would begin in 2007, but a deadly explosion during ground testing and some delays during test flights have pushed the deadline back. Sgobba conceded that space ...
New frontiers, new risks: Montreal meeting tackles space tourism safety
MONTREAL -- Space-industry watchers expressed concern this week that the emerging space tourism sector is not being candid enough about the safety risks for travellers. They voiced some of those concerns during a conference of the International ...
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Star Trek Into Darkness' Alice Eve Thinks NASA Is Hiding Aliens!
However, the Oxford University graduate wasn't entirely sure about her conspiracy theory until a VERY peculiar chat with NASA. Perhaps her role in sci-fi Men In Black 3 with her extra-terrestrial?? Those special effects were OTHERWORLDLY! LOLz!
Alice Eve Believes In Aliens: 'Star Trek' Actress Suspects NASA Is Hiding ...
Star Trek star says NASA knows about aliens
Alice Eve Tells Jimmy Kimmel: NASA Knows Aliens Exist!
NASA Ames’ SpaceShop in Mountain View creating DIY fixes for astronauts of … – San Jose Mercury News
NASA Ames' SpaceShop in Mountain View creating DIY fixes for astronauts of ...
San Jose Mercury News
Inside a funky machine shop on the agency's Mountain View campus, scientists are laboring on tiny satellites and small machine parts custom made by 3D printers, laser cutters, and "Shop Bots" -- all to prepare NASA for a more self-reliable and ...
NASA Ames focusing on advanced manufacturing
Could a NASA food 'replicator' serve up Mars mission food just like Star Trek ...
Century-Old Science Helps Confirm Global Warming
Drawing of the HMS Challenger survey vessel preparing to measure ocean temperatures by lowering thermometers deep into the ocean on ropes in 1872. A new NASA and University of Tasmania study combined the ship's 135-plus-year-old measurements ...