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Epson and its subsidiary Epson X Investment Corporation "will subscribe in the third-party allocation of sales for GITAI Inc., a startup company developing general-purpose space robots, and invest in the company through their EP-GB Investment Limited Partnership."

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Document design and automation tool provider Qwilr has appointed Ben Mackie as head of engineering.

Published in People Moves
Thursday, 11 October 2018 22:58

Rocket to ISS aborted after take-off

Moments after lift-off on Thursday evening (Australian time), the Soyuz rocket carrying two crew members to the ISS was aborted.  Both astronauts are reported to be safe.

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Blasting off into the chief space officer position at Finnish start-up Space Nation is former NASA astronaut Gregory "Box" Johnson, to advise on the Space Nation Astronaut Program and future ISS missions.

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Wednesday, 25 February 2015 16:58

Video: Earthlight gives you the astronaut’s view

Combining the virtual reality visuals of the Oculus Rift with the motion detection of the Kinect 2 Earthlight puts you in the rather foreboding position of an astronaut 430 kilometres above the surface of mother Earth.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 29 March 2012 20:29

Follow the ISS from Melbourne

Over the next few days, there will be some great opportunities to see the International Space Station just after dusk in Melbourne.

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NASA, in conjunction with a variety of international space and science-focussed organisations, is seeking to engage people around the world in a codeathon to develop and improve access to space data from a variety of sources.

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Friday, 23 December 2011 21:38

Comet Lovejoy continues to amaze - see it now

Following its recent close encounter with the sun, Comet Lovejoy is offering an early-morning spectacle.

Published in Space
Sunday, 24 April 2011 13:43

There's never been sex in space (probably)

In the 50 years since man's first space flight, it would appear that a "final union" has never been achieved.  Maybe.

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Tuesday, 27 July 2010 22:51

Boeing CST-100 capsule could replace shuttle

The Boeing Company has developed a space capsule that holds seven astronauts and could be used to ferry passengers and supplies back and forth to the International Space Station. Will it be chosen to partially replace the space shuttle?

 

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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.

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arlier this year, an astronaut on the International Space Station sent the first direct tweet from space. It's now been revealed that this was achieved by using a virtual desktop.

Thursday, 18 March 2010 22:34

Dude, there's my car!

The long-lost Lunokhod-2 rover has been relocated using NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.  But there's far more to the story than that.

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Friday, 26 February 2010 00:35

Space questions? Just ask an astronaut!

This evening, seventeen students from Doncaster Primary School took their chance to speak live with an astronaut on the International Space Station.

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Thursday, 18 February 2010 01:01

Look out of the largest space window

What is being called the largest space window, the seven windows of Cupola onboard the International Space Station were unveiled on Wednesday, February 17, 2010, when astronauts opened the windows' shutters on this newly installed space observation deck.

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Sunday, 31 January 2010 11:22

USA will not return to the Moon in 2020

The USA's 2011 budget will abandon the Ares heavy-lift launcher and extend the life of the ISS; this means we won't be back to the moon any time soon

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