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The Space Supply Chain [Infographic]


Advertise Here Curious how the computer you’re currently using actually made its way to you? Of course, you went to a retailer and made the purchase. But there’s so much that took place before then, and it involves supply chain management (SCM). SCM is the control of the supply chain as a process from supplier to manufacturer to wholesaler to …

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Space And Science Meet Online For Youngsters


Space And Science Meet Online For Youngsters (via redOrbit) What happens when your experiment gets over 30,000 views online? Tomorrow’s space explorers were awarded an out-of-this-world scientific exchange with astronauts on the International Space Station last Wednesday. Youngsters from Europe, the Middle East and Africa were invited to the European Astronaut… » Inline Ad Purchase:  Intext Link | Banner Ad

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Download The Angry Birds Space Guide From The Daily

The much anticipated next evolution of Angry Birds is coming soon. March 22nd is the date that fans will be able to download and start playing Angry Birds Space. You may recall the announcement Rovio did with NASA a few weeks ago Well, now the digital publication, The Daily, is offering The Angry Birds Space Guide for download. The guide has all the …

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NASA and the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum Invite Social Media Followers to Welcome Space Shuttle Discovery


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Beyonce Wakes Up Space Shuttle Astronauts


As the space shuttle Atlantis’ astronauts prepare for another day of heavy lifting today (July 16), the spaceflyers were treated to a special wakeup message from hit R&B artist Beyonce Knowles, as mission controllers on the ground continue to evaluate the cause of a computer glitch that occurred earlier this week. Atlantis’ four astronauts, who are on an overnight schedule, …

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STS-135: The Final Shuttle Mission [launch video]


Bittersweet moment. Very proud to see this and know that we, as a nation, have made it to 135 missions. It’s unfortunate that it has to come to an end. But, the hope and desire that now we’ll set our sights on reaching further into the solar system. Enjoy the launch video. » Inline Ad Purchase:  Intext Link | Banner Ad

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The NASA App Now Available For Android

Now that Atlantis has finally made it safely out of our atmosphere, NASA fans can now follow the outer space adventure from the comforts of your favorite android device. The NASA App for Android (much like the iPhone and iPod version) offers a huge collection of stunning images, video, mission information, news, NASA TV and featured content.  This is a perfect way …

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Leonid Meteor Shower This Week

This year’s Leonid meteor shower will peak early Tuesday, forecasters say, producing mild but pretty sparks over the United States and a more intense outburst over Asia. “We’re predicting 20 to 30 meteors per hour over the Americas and as many as 200 to 300 per hour over Asia,” said Bill Cooke, of NASA‘s meteoroid environment office. “Our forecast is …

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There’s Water On The Moon

There is water on the Moon, scientists stated unequivocally on Friday, and considerable amounts of it. “Indeed yes, we found water,” Anthony Colaprete, the principal investigator for NASA’s Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite, said in a news conference. The confirmation of scientists’ suspicions is welcome news both to future explorers who might set up home on the lunar surface …

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