The R2B robot has undergone power testing on the International Space Station, where it will eventually help astronauts by carrying out menial and dangerous tasks
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NASA begins shift to reliance on private space enterprises.
NASA has awarded four companies---Boeing, Blue Origin, Sierra Nevada and Spacex---contracts to develop the next phase of its Commercial Crew Development Vehicle (CCDev2).
Obama said to pick a retired Air Force general and close confidant - with no space experience - to head NASA.
NASA is rarely associated with nanotechnologies. But one of its researchers working at the NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center just received a Nanotech Briefs Nano 50 award for a manufacturing process for high-quality carbon nanotubes (CNTs). Because of its ability to produce bundles of CNTs without using a metal catalyst, this method is simpler, safer, and cheaper than current ones. The CNTs produced by this process are also purer and well suited for medical applications.
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