Developed and Developing Nations Recognize that Innovation is Key to their Economies. Connecting this with the discipline of crystallography may not seem immediately apparent, but during the past century, understanding the structure of matter has transformed industries and created new frontiers, from the design of new medicines and materials to assessing the […]
The 25-foot-wide (8 meters) asteroid 2014 EC came within 38,300 miles (61,600 kilometers) of our planet at 4:21 p.m. ET today, NASA officials said. For comparison, the moon orbits Earth at an average distance of 239,000 miles (385,000 km).
On March 6th, 2014, a meteor slammed into the Earth's atmosphere and burned up over the night skies of north central New Mexico. Thomas Ashcraft captured the sights with a his fireball camera and the sounds with a forward-scatter meteor radar.
The Winklevoss twins launched into the headlines Wednesday (March 5) by announcing their plan to ride a Virgin Galactic space plane (and paying with Bitcoins, no less), but they aren't the first set of identical twins to fly in space.
Here's a robot video that I found interesting: Black Tiger is a unique 5-legged robot developed by Iketomu, who also publishes the popular bipedrobotnewsjapan.blogspot.jp news blog. Iketomu has been active in both humanoid and multilegged robot creation for over a decade and is one of the few developers that have challenged top competitions like ROBO-ON […]