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GoPro for Insects: High Quality Camera Backpack Developed for Insects and Tiny Robots

A bug size robot isn’t that valuable except if you can fit a camera on it, and making an effective camera that little isn’t simple. However, robotics from the University of Washington, Seattle, have found out an approach to do so. Researchers at the University of Washington have figured out how to make the world’s […]

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Nikola Tesla, The Forgotten Inventor

Nikola Tesla, (born July 9/10, 1856, Smiljan, Austrian Empire [now in Croatia]—died January 7, 1943, New York, New York, U.S.), Serbian American creator and specialist who found and licensed the rotating magnetic field, the base of the most alternating current system. He likewise built up the three-phase arrangement of electric power transmission. He emigrated to […]

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Commercial Space Flight: what’s next?

10 years ago, depending on commercial spacecraft to convey payload to the International Space Station was still a significant assessment. NASA made agreements in late 2008 with both Orbital Sciences Corp. and, SpaceX as a major aspect of its Commercial Resupply Services (CRS) program for payload transportation, however the two organizations were still working on […]

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SpaceX crew Dragon: Douglas Hurley

Hurley is a New York local, born in Endicott on October 21, 1966. After moving on from Owego Free Academy in Owego, New York, in 1984, he went to school at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. Hurley earned his graduation degree in civil engineering and graduated magna cum laude with distinction from the college […]

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