NCESSE Announces Student Spaceflight Experiment Program For 2012-2013

The space science group National Center for Earth and Space Science Education (NCESSE) may take us on a ride for their fifth wave of microgravity experiments aboard the International Space Station. All international students including US from grade 5 to university level have been invited to submit their ideas until September 12th, 2012. No doubt, this is a golden opportunity for a student to show his talents.

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First Private Spacecraft By SpaceX Launch Delayed To March

Nothing goes according to the plan. Even though it's a full proof plan, but still Problem comes without taking any permission! This time, accommodating more engineering tests of SpaceX's Dragon is the reason to delay the launch first private rocket launch 'Dragon' to space station.

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HDI 3D Introduced HD Laser-Driven 2D/3D Projectors For Home Theater

HDI 3D announces it has begun manufacturing its line of proprietary and patented Laser-Driven 2D/3D Switchable Dynamic Video Projectors. The 120-inch diagonal screen offers 70 Foot Lambert in 2D and 35 Foot Lambert in 3D, and the 200 and 300-inch diagonal screens offer 35 Foot Lambert in 2D and 18 Foot Lambert in 3D. A full 100 of the systems will be available on February 14th as part of a pre-production run, but they certainly won't be cheap. The expected prices ranging from $55,000 to $85,000. There are also five similar models are expected to begin shipping by the end of next year. Checkout the press release bellow.

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Boeing Selects Atlas V Rocket To Shoot Non-NASA Astronauts Into Space By 2015

Boeing's CST-100 spiffy capsule that can hurtle a lucky seven humans 100km into the dark abyss and the crew will follow two unmanned missions, eventually reaching the International Space Station. Boeing says two of its own employees will crew the first manned mission of its new astronaut capsule and confirmed it will use the Atlas 5 rocket to test its CST-100 ship on three flights in 2015...............

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World’s First Ever HD Streaming Video Cameras On ISS

A Calgary company is building two new high-definition cameras that can stream images from the International Space Station and the company is called Urthecast, will make one high resolution and one medium resolution camera ready to operate next year. The project's aim is to create an internet-based video streaming platform and allowing for online viewing of the footage being recorded in space. The system will actually consists of a pair of cameras, one still and one video, that will be mounted on the Russian arm of the station and this feeds won't be your typical boring NASA........

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