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The Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command was named a 2013 Computerworld Honors Laureate in the field of Safety and Security for its application of a Naval Research Laboratory (NRL)-developed technology. The international award was presented for the command’s use of …
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A dynamic region of the Sun waits to be understood. Holding the secrets to the origins of space weather. Hidden in layers too dense for any spacecraft to unravel. Until now. NASA is getting ready to launch a new mission, …
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“Don’t just sit there on the couch enjoying Star Trek, wishing it was real. Go out there and make it a reality. Fandom means more than just watching, it means going out there to achieve want you like. Nothing is impossible.”
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The X-47B Unmanned Combat Air System demonstrator (UCAS-D) completed its first ever carrier-based catapult launch from USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) off the coast of Virginia! “Today we saw a small, but significant pixel in the future picture of …
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When you think of military operations, chances are you think of the obvious.  The tanks.  The service members.  The uniform.  The helicopters.  The military brass.  The American flag.  The Pentagon.  All the iconic symbols that the military takes pride in …
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In science, many of the most interesting events occur at a scale far smaller than the unaided human eye can see. Medical researchers might realize a range of breakthroughs if they could look deep inside living biological cells, but existing …
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Space is about to get a little more…MIGHTI. A Naval Research Laboratory instrument designed to study the Earth’s thermosphere is part of a satellite mission that NASA has selected to move forward into development (Phase B), with launch expected in …
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I think we need to come to terms with the fact that the age of AI is upon us. From the indifferent-yet-dulcet tones of Siri, to the soda machine robot that lets you pick grape-cream-diet-vanilla-pepper, these so-called intelligent machines are …
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