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Artemis II Booster Surges Ahead At NASA’s Kennedy Space Center
December 11, 2023
Engineers and technicians process the right forward center segment of the Space Launch System solid rocket boosters for the Artemis II mission inside the Rotation, Processing and Surge Facility...
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Bard Gets Its Biggest Upgrade Yet With Gemini
December 7, 2023
You can now try Gemini Pro in Bard for new ways to collaborate with AI. Gemini Ultra will come to Bard early next year...
Introducing Gemini: Our Largest And Most Capable AI Model
December 7, 2023
A note from Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai: Every technology shift is an opportunity to advance scientific discovery, accelerate human progress, and improve lives....
IBM And NASA Are Building An AI Foundation Model For Weather And Climate
December 4, 2023
The goal is to improve the speed, accuracy, and accessibility of weather forecasting and other climate applications. Foundation models are fast becoming indispensable tools for...
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Turning Science Fiction Into Science Fact: Space Solar Power Beaming
December 15, 2022
An artistic rendering showing the concept of collecting solar energy in space and beaming converted RF energy to a terrestrial rectenna. Credit: Northrop Grumman. In...
Data From SLS Flight Prepares NASA For Future Artemis Missions
February 3, 2023
NASA continues to evaluate data and learn more about the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket’s debut performance during the agency’s Nov. 16 Artemis I launch. Following...
The Evolution of AI From Programmed to Self-Learning Systems
June 30, 2023
The evolution of artiﬁcial intelligence can be observed through these key phases. Programmed Intelligence. During AI's initial development , traced back to the mid-1900s, we focused...
Could ‘Terminator Zones’ On Far Off Planets Harbor Life?
March 22, 2023
Some exoplanets have one side permanently facing their star while the other side is in perpetual darkness. The ring-shaped border between these permanent day...
Seeing The Crab Nebula Like Never Before
April 14, 2023
This image of the Crab Nebula combines data from NASA’s Imaging X-ray Polarimetry Explorer (IXPE) in magenta and NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory in dark...
NASA Successfully Extracts Oxygen From Lunar Soil Simulant
May 1, 2023
A high-powered laser and carbothermal reactor located inside the testing chamber of NASA’s Carbothermal Reduction Demonstration (CaRD) at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. Credits: NASA/Brian...
Artemis II Crew, Meet Orion
August 17, 2023
While wearing clean room suits, the Artemis II crew members (from left: NASA astronauts Victor Glover, Reid Wiseman, and Christina Koch, and Canadian Space Agency astronaut...
The Longstanding Mystery Of Mars’ Moons – And The Mission That Could Solve It
December 9, 2023
NASA Ben Rider-Stokes, The Open University The two small moons of Mars, Phobos (about 22km in diameter) and Deimos (about 13km in diameter), have been puzzling...
Every Moment And Blink Of An Eye, The Universe Does These
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Why Go Back To The Moon?
January 11, 2023
Space Exploration Goes Underground
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The Secret History of the Moon
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NASA Awards Simulation And Software Technology Services Contract
February 11, 2023
Artemis I Moon Rocket Arrives at Launch Pad for First Time
March 18, 2022
Rethinking AI: Echoes From The Past And Celebrating Human Ingenuity
June 19, 2023
The contemporary narrative surrounding Artificial Intelligence (AI) rings with the echoes of an ancient symphony, a tune that swings between apprehension and anticipation. This oscillation, though seemingly novel, mirrors...
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