Armed With Science Twitter
- Imagine no waiting lists for organ transplants! That might become a military reality: http://t.co/BU5moX0Fdm http://t.co/i9sUJUM4PR about 17 hours ago from Twitter for iPhone
- With $3.5 mil on the line for the @DARPA #DRC, #Atlas is sporting a brand new makeover http://t.co/LuKz31RJlH http://t.co/4I5cnnzlBX 01:13:04 PM January 26, 2015 from TweetDeck
- The @AFOSR is taking to the skies to help keep #dodtech cool. http://t.co/jDRImJxwW5 http://t.co/y1yJS78ATj 02:05:10 PM January 25, 2015 from TweetDeck
- This #SaturdaySpaceSight revisits the Pillars of Creation in full (now-vanished) glory. http://t.co/7rlowRhIMw http://t.co/XpzNzultFw 01:32:15 PM January 24, 2015 from TweetDeck
- 01:21:13 PM January 23, 2015 from TweetDeck
Saturday Space Sight: Navy divers attach a towing bridle to the NASA Orion crew module while the USS Anchorage conducts the first exploration flight test for the program.
Saturday Space Sight: The image includes light from 1,600 to 3,300 angstroms and has an angular resolution of 2.5 arcseconds at full size.
The 3-D printer on the International Space Sight has manufactured the first 3-D printed object in space, paving the way to future long-term space expeditions.
Saturday Space Sight: The supernova remnant MSH 11-62 reveals an irregular shell of hot gas, surrounding an extended nebula of high energy X-rays.
Science fiction is the aperture for science future! Government researchers are developing ‘hitchhiking’ nano-satellites for communications systems.
DARPA is pursuing possibilities which could eventually provide “FedEx® to GEO” capabilities to make space deliveries to high-altitude orbits much easier and faster.
Saturday Space Sight: From space, Egmont National Park in New Zealand shows the benefits and limitations of protected areas.