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NASA To Send Microsoft’s HoloLens To Space This Weekend

06/25/2015, HoloLens is no more limited to usage on the earth, the virtual reality device is being sent to the space too. A SpaceX Dragon, which is scheduled to take off tomorrow with cargo and supplies for the International Space Station will be taking along two of...

NASA To Fire Nuclear Weapons At Incoming Asteroids

06/23/2015, The possibility of humans being extinct because of an asteroid colliding with the earth is a possibility, although I would like to think that before something like that happens, it would be us humans who would wipe each other out beforehand instead....

Jaguar Uses NASA’s Technology To Monitor Brainwaves Of Drivers

06/19/2015, Let’s be honest, how focused are you when you are driving? We’re sure many are guilty of not paying 100% to the road, either fiddling around with our phones, talking to other people in the car, singing along to the radio, eating, and so on. However...

NASA Unleashes Its First Ever 4K Resolution ISS Video

06/15/2015, NASA has been trying to give better visual experience of the space to the citizens with curiosity for space exploration. The agency has been releasing amazing videos and photos of the space in order to engage more audience into how the space looks like.

Verizon Offers Up Its Cellphone Towers To Help With Drone Monitoring

06/03/2015, As drones become cheaper, more powerful, and more accessible, it is only a matter of time before everyone gets one of their own, whether it be just for entertainment purposes like how one might approach R.C. cars and helicopters, or professional purposes...

NASA’s UFO To Be ‘Test Driven’ Live

06/03/2015, We do know that NASA has launched their UFO in the past, but this does not mean that it is something that no one else is interested in a year down the road. In fact, it would definitely be nice to be able to see another set of tests of the NASA UFO being...

NASA & Boeing Looking To Test More Eco-Friendly Planes

04/05/2015, While planes are probably the most efficient way of traveling great distances, they’re not exactly the most eco-friendly modes of transportation either. However both Boeing and NASA are hoping to change that with the testing of the Boeing...

NASA Asteroid Redirect Mission Details Revealed

03/25/2015, NASA has revealed more information about its Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM), which is no longer attempting to capture an entire asteroid. The agency has now decided that a non-crewed spacecraft will be travelling to one of the three candidate asteroids...

NASA Looking Into Developing Smart Glasses For Their Astronauts

03/12/2015, For a moment it looked as though Google Glass could be the way of the future and certainly there are plenty of possibilities surrounding its technology. Unfortunately Google decided to put an end to the current program but that does not mean that the...

Mars Helicopter Scout Can Make Things Easier For Rovers

01/25/2015, Mars rovers have collected a lot of data about the Red Planet but its not like they don’t run into problems up there. The surface of Mars is extremely tricky to navigate and this can make it tough for the rover to travel long distances in a Martian...

Nissan, NASA Team Up For Self-Driving Car

01/08/2015, Nissan of Japan alongside NASA will be pitting their brains together to work on an utopian dream that some companies like Google have already have an interest in – self-driving cars. Hailing from Yokohama, Japan, Nissan alongside NASA’s...

NASA Surge Robot Showcased

12/14/2014, NASA does have some pretty cool toys that they have unveiled in the past, in addition to other events that have marked pivotal moments of history in the lives of humankind. Having said that, here we are with a brand new robot that will offer the...