RINGS Propulsion Tech Uses Magnetic Fields to Move Spacecraft

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Researchers at the Space Power and Propulsion Laboratory at the University of Maryland have developed a solution called the Resonant Inductive Near-field Generation System, or RINGS for short. This is an electromagnetic propulsion technology that doesn’t require any of those individual satellites to carry around or use any sort of propellant.

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How To Exercise In Space (Video)

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As we have seen before, it is quite a difficult task for astronauts to keep themselves clean aboard the International Space Station, but they also have to make sure that they get enough exercise out there. So how do the folks at the ISS keep themselves fit? Let’s take a look.

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New Boeing Space Capsule to Fly NASA Astronauts to ISS

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Most of us are familiar with the Boeing name, having flown on one of their planes to get to this place or that, but the Chicago-based corporations also has ambitions that take us beyond the Earth’s atmosphere. Near NASA’s Johnson Space Center is Boeing’s Houston Product Support Center and it was there that they revealed the full scale version of the CST-100 spacecraft.

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Here’s What Will Happen to Our Sun When It Dies

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While our friends in the Star Trek universe venture out to explore strange new worlds and to seek out new life, back here in the real world, we’re still trying to figure out what’s going to happen closer to home. And NASA has come a little bit closer to understanding and observing the death of our very own sun.

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