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Government Shoots Down Sierra Nevada’s Space Taxi Deal Protest

Sierra Nevada Corp’s protest of NASA awarding $6.8 billion in contracts to SpaceX and Boeing to develop space taxis has reportedly been rejected by the Government Accountability Office. Boeing’s contract is worth $4.2 billion while SpaceX’s contract is worth $2.6 billion, with both contracts encompassing two to six operational missions per company and test flights to the […]

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NASA is Sending a Tiny Robot Down a Volcano to Explore Fissures
LAPD Just Invested In 3,000 Smart Tasers Capable Of Automatically Activating Body Cameras
New Wind Tree Design: Green “Leaves” Are Actually Wind Turbines
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3D-Printed Lawn Mower That Works? This Guy Churned Out All The Parts In Only 9 Hours!

Shortly after constructing his own huge high-speed 3D printer called the Cheetah, Hans Fouche used the printer to make his latest creation, a 3D-printed lawn mower that actually works. Essentially a proof-of-concept in order to encourage people to buy the Cheetah, the 3D-printed mower is the first of its kind. Fouche was able to crank […]

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After Tragic, Mysterious Year In Aviation, Qantas Named Safest Airline In The World For 2015
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