Autonomous Underwater Robots Could Cause Deadly Accidents, Warns UN Think Tank

The “U” in U-boat now stands for “unmanned” BY KELSEY D. ATHERTON SEPTEMBER 08, 2015 MILITARY BOEING, VIA FLICKRSHARE  The next sea change in naval warfare may be unmanned, autonomous robots. In a new white paper published by the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research, an internal think tank, the fear isn’t the reaper, but the self-steering […]

Junior Astronaut Training: Tiger Teams How can robots help with Astronaut Tiger Teams on Special Assignment? HO Eagle I: 2017 2017 was the first year that California State University, Los Angeles competed in the international RoboSub competition. The first vehicle, nicknamed Eagle I, was constructed with a pelikan case hull and a mechanical frame made […]

Wind-energy-in-Cape-Verde-Wind-Farm-In.Wind Energy in Cape Verde: Wind Farm in Boa Vista Island

The Boa Vista wind farm, with an installed capacity of 2.5 megawatts, is due to be inaugurated Friday on Boa Vista Island in Cape Verde and will join existing wind power farms on the islands of Santiago, Sal, São Vicente and Santo Antão, the latter being the only private initiative, the Cape Verdean press reported. […]

Drones: Astronaut Training at Sea Barboza Space Center

AUGUST 9, 2018  4 Ways Drones are Being Used in Maritime and Offshore Services  The Barboza Space Center is training their junior astronauts, engineers, and scientists to get ready for a simulated Mars science mission. Drones are going to play a part in the new training program for Mars. Jeremiah Karpowicz      Predictions about […]

How ‘Star Trek’ legend Nichelle Nichols helped shape a diverse future for NASA

Check out the documentary ” Women in Motion.” Amazon/Prime By Breeanna Hare, CNN Updated 9:55 PM ET, Sun May 9, 2021 (CNN)Start a conversation about the power of Afrofuturism, and it won’t be long before “Star Trek” legend Nichelle Nichols’s name is dropped. As the iconic Lt. Uhura, the actress made television history with her portrayal of […]

Growing Plants in Antarctica

May 4, 2021 NASA Researcher Harvests Crops in Antarctica Jess Bunchek, a plant scientist from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, harvests Mizuna mustard greens inside EDEN ISS, a greenhouse at the Neumayer III station in Antarctica, on April 28, 2021. Bunchek is spending about a year in Antarctica conducting controlled environment plant research in isolated and remote […]

Flying on Mars

Mar 31, 2021 NASA Aeronautics on Mars (and Earth) NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover successfully landed on the Red Planet on Feb. 18. The probe is carrying a small helicopter called Ingenuity that could result in the Martian equivalent of the Wright Brothers first historic flight on Earth. A small team of NASA’s aeronautical innovators contributed […]

Photos From Mars

Photo From NASA’s Mars Rover Shows Where Ancient Lake and River May Have Joined byAdmin on3:47 PMinSpace NASA’s Perseverance rover has captured a spectacular image of an area near its landing site that scientists believe was the location where an ancient Martian lake and river once joined. The rover’s landing site, which NASA has named after the late […]