Winning micro-housing design on display in NYC

Winning micro-housing design on display in NYC

An exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York is showcasing the recently-announced winning entry from Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s adAPT micro-apartment design competition launched last July. “Making Room: New Models for Housing New Yorkers” – organized by the Citizens Housing & Planning Council and the Museum of the…

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NASA working on RASSOR robot space excavator

NASA working on RASSOR robot space excavator

Recently we’ve seen preliminary asteroid mining plans from Planetary Resources and Deep Space Industries, but what about NASA? The government agency would like to do some excavating on the Moon, Mars, and asteroids, too – but it isn’t in it for the profit. NASA wants to clear the way for…

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Chameleon Star Baffles Astronomers

Chameleon Star Baffles Astronomers

Pulsars — tiny spinning stars, heavier than the sun and smaller than a city — have puzzled scientists since they were discovered in 1967. Now, new observations by an international team, including University of Vermont astrophysicist Joanna Rankin, make these bizarre stars even more puzzling. The scientists identified a pulsar…

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Opportunity rover begins tenth year on Mars

Opportunity rover begins tenth year on Mars

NASA’s Opportunity rover begins its tenth year on Mars this week. On January 25, 2004 at 05:05 GMT, the unmanned craft landed in Eagle Crater (1.95°S 354.47°E) in the Meridiani Planum region of the Red Planet. Though scheduled for only a 93 day mission, it continues to explore the Martian…

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Print your own InMoov animatronic robot

Print your own InMoov animatronic robot

Now that 3D printing technology is taking off, some truly unique projects are beginning to emerge from all sorts of talented people. Take Gael Langevin, a French sculptor and model marker who has spent the better part of the last year designing and engineering his own animatronic robot called InMoov….

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