'National Aeronautics And Space Administration' - 3 Video Result(s)

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  • Nasa Looks to Public to Help Design Robotic Arm

    Nasa Looks to Public to Help Design Robotic Arm

    The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa) is offering a chance to create the arm of a space station robot.

  • Space Revolution Hatching in a New Zealand Paddock

    Space Revolution Hatching in a New Zealand Paddock

    The next revolution in space, making humdrum what was long the special preserve of tax-funded giants like (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) NASA, will be launching next year from a paddock in New Zealand's remote South Island.

  • Isro Scientists Give Thumbs Up to The Martian

    Isro Scientists Give Thumbs Up to The Martian

    The screening on Thursday was also attended by ten members from National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa).

  • NASA Invites Space Enthusiasts to Send Names to Mars

    NASA Invites Space Enthusiasts to Send Names to Mars

    Do you wish to send your name on a mission to Mars? Do it now. NASA is inviting space enthusiasts to send in their names that will go on the next mission to Red Planet and the deadline is today.

  • NASA to Create Star Trek-Style 'Tractor Beam'

    NASA to Create Star Trek-Style 'Tractor Beam'

    NASA has joined hands with an American technology company to develop a Star Trek-style 'tractor beam' that can manipulate objects in space.

  • NASA's New Spacecraft May Hitchhike Across Galaxy

    NASA's New Spacecraft May Hitchhike Across Galaxy

    NASA scientists have designed the concept of a spacecraft that would hitch rides on comets and asteroids by spearing them with tethers.

  • Astronomers Unlock Clues to Star Birth in Neighbouring Galaxy

    Astronomers Unlock Clues to Star Birth in Neighbouring Galaxy

    After analysing images of 2,753 young, blue star clusters in the neighbouring Andromeda galaxy (M31), astronomers with the help from "citizen scientists" have found that M31 and our own Milky Way have a similar percentage of new-born stars based on mass.

  • NASA's Soil Mission Loses Key Radar, Research Continues

    NASA's Soil Mission Loses Key Radar, Research Continues

    NASA's Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) observatory - launched in January this year to map global soil moisture and detect whether soils are frozen or thawed on the Earth - has lost its radar which can no longer return data.

  • NASA, USAID Launch Environmental Information Hub

    NASA, USAID Launch Environmental Information Hub

    NASA and the US Agency for International Development (USAID) have launched a joint project to strengthen regional environmental monitoring in five countries in the lower Mekong region of Southeast Asia.

  • NASA Starts Year-Long Mission to Simulate Life on Mars

    NASA Starts Year-Long Mission to Simulate Life on Mars

    Six NASA recruits have shut themselves inside a dome in Hawaii to begin a year-long isolation programme that will simulate life on Mars to help the US space agency prepare for the pioneering mission to the red planet.

  • Plants Can Ease Hot Temperatures in Cities: NASA Study

    Plants Can Ease Hot Temperatures in Cities: NASA Study

    Plants within urban areas - along roads, in parks, and in wooded neighbourhoods - can regulate the urban heating effect which can raise the temperature of cities compared to neighbouring rural and semi-rural areas, according to a new NASA study.

  • Sea Level Will Rise by 1 Meter, It's Unavoidable: NASA

    Sea Level Will Rise by 1 Meter, It's Unavoidable: NASA

    Sea levels are rising around the world, and the latest satellite data suggests that three feet (one meter) or more is unavoidable in the next 100-200 years, NASA scientists said Wednesday.

  • Fires in US State of Washington Largest in its History

    Fires in US State of Washington Largest in its History

    A group of wildfires blazing in the western US state of Washington have become the largest in the state's history, and 2015 has become the state's worst fire year on record, officials said on Monday.

  • Japanese Whisky Arrives at the International Space Station

    Japanese Whisky Arrives at the International Space Station

    An unmanned cargo ship loaded with emergency supplies -- including Japanese whisky -- successfully docked at the International Space Station early today, officials said.

  • NASA Scientist Turns Mars Rover Selfie Into Art

    NASA Scientist Turns Mars Rover Selfie Into Art

    A 'selfie' taken by NASA's Curiosity Rover has become such a hit that it inspired one of the scientists on the team that created the camera taking the selfie to turn into an artwork.

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