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  • Smartphones to Turn ISS Robots into Housekeepers

    Smartphones to Turn ISS Robots into Housekeepers

    Astronauts at the International Space Station (ISS) have been testing robots for technology demonstrations for quite some time. Now, smartphones will transform these robots into "housekeepers".

  • Yahoo Spotlights Live Music to Shine on Internet Stage

    Yahoo Spotlights Live Music to Shine on Internet Stage

    In what analysts see as a bold move by Yahoo chief Marissa Mayer, the faded Internet search pioneer is betting on live music as part of its shift to premier online content, which has also included recruiting news, music and television stars for onlin...

  • India Earned 40 Million Euro Launching Foreign Satellites

    India Earned 40 Million Euro Launching Foreign Satellites

    India has earned around 40 million euros launching 15 foreign satellites from 2011 till date, Science and Technology Minister Jitendra Singh said on Wednesday.

  • At PSLV Launch, PM Praises India's Low-Cost Space Prowess

    At PSLV Launch, PM Praises India's Low-Cost Space Prowess

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a pitch for India to be the world's low-cost space technology supplier, minutes after witnessing the launch of a rocket carrying five satellites from France, Singapore, Germany and Canada on Monday.

  • At PSLV Launch, PM Narendra Modi says 'We've Done a Lot But Yeh Dil Maange More'

    At PSLV Launch, PM Narendra Modi says 'We've Done a Lot But Yeh Dil Maange More'

    ISRO's Rocket Launch: Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a pitch for India to be the world's low-cost space technology supplier, minutes after witnessing the launch of a rocket carrying five satellites from France, Singapore, Germany and Canada on Mon...

  • ISRO's Rocket Launch: 'We've Done a Lot But Yeh Dil Maange More,' says PM Narendra Modi

    ISRO's Rocket Launch: 'We've Done a Lot But Yeh Dil Maange More,' says PM Narendra Modi

    ISRO's Rocket Launch: Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a pitch for India to be the world's low-cost space technology supplier, minutes after witnessing the launch of a rocket carrying five satellites from France, Singapore, Germany and Canada on Mon...

  • Dwarf Galaxies Big Contributors in Universe's Formation

    Dwarf Galaxies Big Contributors in Universe's Formation

    Small galaxies, also known as dwarf galaxies, are responsible for forming a large proportion of the Universe's stars, new observations from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have revealed.

  • Astronauts Can Now Enjoy Coffee in Space

    Astronauts Can Now Enjoy Coffee in Space

    The International Space Station will soon get an espresso machine, allowing astronauts to enjoy hot, freshly brewed coffee in space. A pair of Italian companies in cooperation with the Italian Space Agency (ISA) have announced plans to send an espresso machine to the International Space Station. The...

  • NASA to Conduct Mars 'Flying Saucer' Test on Earth

    NASA to Conduct Mars 'Flying Saucer' Test on Earth

    The US space agency is getting ready to launch a "flying saucer" into Earth's atmosphere to test technology that could be used to land on Mars.

  • NASA Green Signal for 12 Space Exploration Ideas

    NASA Green Signal for 12 Space Exploration Ideas

    With an aim to boost big breakthroughs in space exploration, NASA has selected 12 futuristic space technology ideas for funding.

  • NASA Beams Video from Space Via Laser

    NASA Beams Video from Space Via Laser

    US space agency NASA said Friday it has successfully beamed a high-definition video from the International Space Station to Earth using a new laser communications instrument, a technology demonstration that could help fundamentally change the way of ...

  • Intel's Gesture Control Promises Hands-Free Life

    Intel's Gesture Control Promises Hands-Free Life

    Intel's stand at Computex, Asia's largest technology trade show, recreates a living space centred around a kitchen, illustrating how sticky fingers on screens and recipe books could be a thing of the past.

  • Mumbai: Students Win Global Aero-Design Contest in the USA

    Mumbai: Students Win Global Aero-Design Contest in the USA

    Two groups of students from a Mumbai-based engineering college have emerged as winners in the global aero-design competition held in the USA.

  • Small Saturn moon boasts underground ocean, study shows

    Small Saturn moon boasts underground ocean, study shows

    Add Enceladus, a small moon orbiting the giant ringed planet Saturn, to the growing list of places beyond Earth that have oceans - and prospects for hosting life, a study released on Thursday shows.

  • MH370 search both hindered and helped by technology

    MH370 search both hindered and helped by technology

    The continued search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has highlighted both the capabilities and limitations of technology.

  • Virgin Group's Richard Branson promises space flight this year

    Virgin Group's Richard Branson promises space flight this year

    Virgin Group founder Richard Branson has vowed to fly with his children on the first commercial space flight this year despite nagging concerns about the untested technology used in his spaceship.

  • Centre of 'Gravity': effects studio that put the stars in space

    Centre of 'Gravity': effects studio that put the stars in space

    In a London basement, cutting-edge technology is being used to make a computerised Sandra Bullock climb into her rocket. But the team who put her there in "Gravity" have spent the morning working with more basic tools of the trade - syrup, cheese and...

  • NASA technique to scan space dust for proof of life

    NASA technique to scan space dust for proof of life

    In a latest bid to unravel the mysterious origin of life, a team of researchers has invented an advanced technology to inspect extremely small meteorite samples for the components of life.

  • India in cryogenic club with launch of GSLV-D5: 10 points

    India in cryogenic club with launch of GSLV-D5: 10 points

    India has successfully launched its first rocket using domestically-produced booster technology, taking another step forward in its ambitious space programme.

  • NASA to send another rover to Mars by 2020

    NASA to send another rover to Mars by 2020

    After the success of Mars orbiter rover 'Curiosity', NASA would send another rover to the red planet by 2020 to explore "biosignatures" on Mars.

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