On 3 July 1880, “a weekly journal of scientific progress” published its first research articles under the banner Science. From that original print medium, the inaugural set of papers has been reprinted, photocopied, posted online, converted to PDF, and even etched in glass blocks to serve as special gifts. Being part of the vanguard is indeed a privilege, an […]
The first-ever item to be 3D printed in space is being kept a well-guarded secret. The first 3D printer designed to operate in zero-g is set to launch to the space station to learn if 3D printing is viable in orbit. But what will it print first?
SpaceX will launch a commercial Dragon space capsule to the International Space Station early Saturday (Sept. 20) and you can watch it live online in two webcasts. See them here starting at 1 a.m. ET (0500 GMT).
The Chile-based Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) and other telescopes employed a sort of cosmic magnifying glass to look at details of a galaxy called H1429-0028, revealing that the object is actually two merging galaxies.
Here's a robot video that I found interesting: Our four meter humanoid robot project has been developing a big humanoid robot. I get into the cockpit of the robot body and operate the robot. By Hajime Sakamoto