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Saturday, 17 July 2010 07:05

NASA gets a step closer to some direction

The Commerce Committee of the U.S. Senate has unanimously approved a $19 billion bill that basically agrees with the earlier White House plan for private space vehicles, a continuation of the International Space Station, and more shuttle flights. A few different directions have been agreed upon, though.

A U.S. study finds that impaired or incompetent physicians are not identified by their peers and colleagues about 33% of the time. How do we get rid of the 'bad apples' when the 'good apples' don't report the problems 100% of the time?

 

The U.S. space agency NASA wants you to develop a small satellite (independently, without government help) that can be launched frequently into space. If you do so, you will receive US$2 million. Two other Challenges are also available for the development of rovers and robots.

 

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