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MEET MAXWELL: NASA’S BOLD VISION FOR THE FUTURE OF ELECTRIC FLIGHT

  | June 21, 2016

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Charles Bolden says now is the right time to take a serious look at a distributed electric aircraft that, if successful, will create advanced technologies to reduce fuel burn, emissions and aircraft noise. Bolden is administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. NASA’s new X-57 project, nicknamed “Maxwell,” will be the agency’s first dedicated research aircraft in more than a decade....

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NASA AVIATION CAMP IN CARBONDALE

wsiltv | July 14, 2016

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CARBONDALE -- When we hear about NASA, most of the time we think of space exploration and astronauts. A camp in Carbondale is encouraging students to explore other opportunities NASA has to offer. Nicholas Loftus is just one of many students who chose to travel more than six hours to SIU's Transportation Education Center to get their hands on aviation equipment. "Aviation really runs in my family," Loftus says. "I want to become a pilot so any chance that I really can get to l...

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NASA SELECTS IRISH DOCTOR TO MONITOR AQUANAUTS

  | July 14, 2016

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An Irish doctor has been selected by US space agency Nasa to monitor the health of six astronauts, engineers and scientists who are due to spend three weeks in an undersea research station off the Florida coast. NUI Galway-based clinician Dr Derek O’Keeffe will apply his telemedical skills to check remotely on the wellbeing of the six aquanauts – one of whom is a fellow Irish man, Marc Ó Gríofa from Clonee, Co Meath....

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THE DIZZYING VIEW INSIDE NASA'S VEHICLE ASSEMBLY BUILDING

popsci | July 14, 2016

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NASA published this photo of the interior of the Vehicle Assembly Building at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, showing off four new work platforms recently installed on the north and south sides of High Bay 3. The platforms will provide access to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission 1. NASA's in the process of sprucing up the VAB in preparation for Mars missions....

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MEET MAXWELL: NASA’S BOLD VISION FOR THE FUTURE OF ELECTRIC FLIGHT

  | June 21, 2016

Charles Bolden says now is the right time to take a serious look at a distributed electric aircraft that, if successful, will create advanced technologies to reduce fuel burn, emissions and aircraft noise. Bolden is administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. NASA’s new X-57 project, nicknamed “Maxwell,” will be the agency’s first dedicated research aircraft in more than a decade....

Read More
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NASA AVIATION CAMP IN CARBONDALE

wsiltv | July 14, 2016

CARBONDALE -- When we hear about NASA, most of the time we think of space exploration and astronauts. A camp in Carbondale is encouraging students to explore other opportunities NASA has to offer. Nicholas Loftus is just one of many students who chose to travel more than six hours to SIU's Transportation Education Center to get their hands on aviation equipment. "Aviation really runs in my family," Loftus says. "I want to become a pilot so any chance that I really can get to l...

Read More
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NASA SELECTS IRISH DOCTOR TO MONITOR AQUANAUTS

  | July 14, 2016

An Irish doctor has been selected by US space agency Nasa to monitor the health of six astronauts, engineers and scientists who are due to spend three weeks in an undersea research station off the Florida coast. NUI Galway-based clinician Dr Derek O’Keeffe will apply his telemedical skills to check remotely on the wellbeing of the six aquanauts – one of whom is a fellow Irish man, Marc Ó Gríofa from Clonee, Co Meath....

Read More
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THE DIZZYING VIEW INSIDE NASA'S VEHICLE ASSEMBLY BUILDING

popsci | July 14, 2016

NASA published this photo of the interior of the Vehicle Assembly Building at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, showing off four new work platforms recently installed on the north and south sides of High Bay 3. The platforms will provide access to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission 1. NASA's in the process of sprucing up the VAB in preparation for Mars missions....

Read More