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NASA is reinventing itself with the cloud, private contracting and a focus on science.
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This is one data set that a federal agency is keen to make public.
Healthcare.gov isn't off to a great start, but Wall Street and VC partners seem more concerned about the pulse of Twitter's IPO.
No, Planetary Resource isn't kidding. It’s working on using Linux, open-source software, and commercial off-the-shelf hardware to build the first robotic asteroid miners.
The Voyager 1 spacecraft has been cruising along for more than 36 years and just earned its greatest achievement by being the first human-made object to break into interstellar space. Here's a look at its entire trip.
A successful test may help NASA significantly lower the cost and reliability of expensive rocket engine parts by building them with a 3-D printer.
The space agency is hoping technologies such as 3D printers can lower the cost of space hardware.
On Tuesday night you can see a relatively rare event - a blue moon. But there's a good chance you'll be disappointed.
NASA is taking a moment to recap Curiosity's first lonely year on Mars.
An audit of NASA's cloud computing has found a dearth of solid contract management and measurement at the organisation.
The Hubble Space Telescope crew released an image that shows Comet ISON on track for a potentially spectacular show on Thanksgiving day.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft which has been orbiting and photographing the ringed planet since 2004 set it sights on Earth from 900 million miles away.
In answer to the GPS, India will launch on Monday the first of seven satellites that will form a US$239 million navigation system dedicated to coverage of the country and nearby areas.
Private company Planetary Resource is trying to collect $2 million through crowdfunding to help build a space telescope which will be accessible to the public.
Close examination of a photo taken by NASA's Mars rover Curiosity appears to expose a small squirrel or rat on the Martian surface.
The research lab will be home to a 512-qubit quantum computer built by Canadian company D-Wave Systems.