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Android in Space? Nexus One Powering Nano-Satellite Program

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That's one small step for man, one giant leap for the Nexus One. That's right, the two year old Google Nexus One is making its way into space. No, astronauts aren't taking the phone into space so they can get their Angry Birds Stars Wars on, instead they are basically launching the phone into space as part of the “PhoneSat Program”.

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NASA Engineer Designs Cricket Trailer for Camping Trips

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As you prepare to whip out the bug spray and water filter for your annual camping trip, you might consider a little bit of NASA technology as part of that camping trip. Garret Finney worked on habitation modules for the International Space Station while working at NASA, but he has now taken that passion for efficient living to the world of camping trailers.

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NASA: The Evolution of the Moon (Video)

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Ever since discovering Michio Kaku, I've become just a little more fascinated with the great beyond. I've come to wonder more about type one, type two, and type three civilizations, but what about the development of extraterrestial objects closer to our backyard?

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Robo-Glove Developed By NASA And GM (Video)

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Your older brother’s arm wrestling grip is killing you? The Human Grasp Assist device might be able to give you a helping hand (or a helping glove actually). The device, which is also known as Robo-Glove or K-Glove, is the result of the collaboration between GM and NASA and has been developed to help astronauts and autoworkers stay away from stress injuries.

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Space Elevator Concept From Japan

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Are you amazed after hearing about the travel distance of an elevator in the Burj Khalifa? Then get ready for this new concept from Tokyo-based construction company Obayashi Corp. The Japanese company has come out with their space elevator concept which involves constructing a space cable, which extends a quarter of the way to the moon from the Earth’s surface.

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