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NASA Invests in Concept Development for Missions to Comet, Saturn Moon Titan
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NASA has selected two finalist concepts for a robotic mission planned to launch in the mid-2020s: a comet sample return mission and a drone-like rotorcraft that would explore potential landing sites on Saturn’s largest moon, Titan.

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Shared-space concept plays a new role in the suburbs
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Also not in abundance are the coworking spaces that have been steadily multiplying in downtown Philadelphia since the first, Indy Hall, opened in Old City in 2007. (An Inquirer count last summer found 16, plus nine more specialized sites for …

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Ohio State Turns the Concept of 'Safe Space' Against Student Protesters
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At Ohio State last week, a sit-in and protest inside a university building was cut short when students were warned that they would be forcibly removed by police, arrested, and possibly expelled if they did not vacate the premises within a few hours, by …

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NuSpark space goes dark, but concept lives on
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BLACKSBURG — A free space that the Virginia Tech Foundation set aside for aspiring entrepreneurs has closed after two years of operation. The space NuSpark occupied at the foundation-owned North End building off the corner of Turner Street and Prices …

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Tuscumbia looks are concept for space off US 72
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TUSCUMBIA — Multi-use areas that include retail, residential and green space, and perhaps even a movie theater, are among highlights of a conceptual plan for the Veterans Boulevard stretch off U.S. 72. City officials stress this simply is a proposal …

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UFOs not such an alien concept in 1950s-'60s in tri-states
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… an alien concept in 1950s-'60s in tri-states. Reports of UFO sightings although usually not quite as dramatic as the fictional abduction illustrated above were far more common in the mid-20th century, when they frequently appeared in the Telegraph …

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