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The Universe in a Cup of Coffee

The Universe in a Cup of Coffee http://ift.tt/2k2Zof6 When you pour a cup of hot coffee, there’s a surprising amount of chemistry and physics brewing in your mug. That rich coffee aroma rises from the steam because roasting coffee beans converts bitter chlorogenic acid into a diverse set of compounds. Some smells you’d expect-fruity, spicy, [...]

By | 2017-01-25T13:31:40+00:00 January 25th, 2017|Extraterrestrial Real Estate|0 Comments

No changes to NASA research or communications under new administration

No changes to NASA research or communications under new administration http://ift.tt/2ksNVlo SEATTLE — As reports filter out about restrictions on research and public communications at other federal agencies since the inauguration of President Donald Trump, a NASA official said Jan. 24 there have been no changes to the agency’s programs or policies. Speaking at a [...]

By | 2017-01-25T12:41:13+00:00 January 25th, 2017|Space Jurisdiction|0 Comments

No changes to NASA research or communications under new administration

No changes to NASA research or communications under new administration http://ift.tt/2ksNVlo SEATTLE — As reports filter out about restrictions on research and public communications at other federal agencies since the inauguration of President Donald Trump, a NASA official said Jan. 24 there have been no changes to the agency’s programs or policies. Speaking at a [...]

By | 2017-01-25T12:39:38+00:00 January 25th, 2017|Exploitation and Mining in Outer Space|0 Comments

Space Treaties

No changes to NASA research or communications under new administration http://ift.tt/2ksNVlo SEATTLE — As reports filter out about restrictions on research and public communications at other federal agencies since the inauguration of President Donald Trump, a NASA official said Jan. 24 there have been no changes to the agency’s programs or policies. Speaking at a [...]

D-Wave: Scientists Line Up for World’s Most Controversial Quantum Computer

D-Wave: Scientists Line Up for World's Most Controversial Quantum Computer http://ift.tt/2kigvH5 The company that makes the world’s only commercially available quantum computers has released its biggest machine yet—and researchers are paying close attention. Named 2000Q after the number of quantum bits, or qubits, within its processor, the machine, made by D-Wave of Burnaby, Canada, has almost [...]

By | 2017-01-25T12:21:50+00:00 January 25th, 2017|Extraterrestrial Real Estate|0 Comments

Google Lunar X Prize field narrowed to five

Google Lunar X Prize field narrowed to five http://ift.tt/2jp2eKa SEATTLE — The X Prize Foundation announced Jan. 24 that five of the 16 teams in the Google Lunar X Prize competition have verified launch contracts and can continue in the $20 million race to the moon. The announcement, made in a statement by the foundation [...]

By | 2017-01-25T11:54:34+00:00 January 25th, 2017|Exploitation and Mining in Outer Space|0 Comments

Space Treaties

Google Lunar X Prize field narrowed to five http://ift.tt/2jp2eKa SEATTLE — The X Prize Foundation announced Jan. 24 that five of the 16 teams in the Google Lunar X Prize competition have verified launch contracts and can continue in the $20 million race to the moon. The announcement, made in a statement by the foundation [...]

Ross Promises Support for NOAA Weather and Climate Research, Sharing Data With Public

Ross Promises Support for NOAA Weather and Climate Research, Sharing Data With Public http://ift.tt/2kpuKwX Secretary of Commerce-designate Wilbur Ross has assured Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) that he supports weather and climate research, monitoring and reporting at the Department of Commerce, of which NOAA is a part, and providing that data to the public. Nelson is [...]

By | 2017-01-24T23:57:10+00:00 January 24th, 2017|Space Law|0 Comments

Five Teams Race to the Moon by Year’s End

Five Teams Race to the Moon by Year's End http://ift.tt/2jbJavK And then there were five. Five privately funded teams have secured verified launch contracts to blast their robotic spacecraft toward the moon, keeping them eligible for the $30 million Google Lunar X Prize (GLXP), contest organizers announced today (Jan. 24). The remaining teams are Florida-based [...]

By | 2017-01-24T22:55:09+00:00 January 24th, 2017|Extraterrestrial Real Estate|0 Comments