could

These old nuclear missiles could be used to clean up space debris
www.washingtonpost.com
Comments to this post

One space company, Orbital ATK, wants to be able to buy parts of the Cold-War era nuclear arsenal, repurpose them to launch commercial satellites. That would give the dormant missiles a purposeful use, save taxpayer money and help U.S. industry compete …

0
Like
Save
V2's promising start as Value Village art space could be a blueprint for other …
www.capitolhillseattle.com
Comments to this post

It's only been a month since Velocity Dance Center officially opened the V2 “temporary arts space” in the old Value Village building on 11th Ave, and the new residents have already churned out an impressive display of creativity. “It's exciting what's …

0
Like
Save
US Military's Satellite-Launching XS-1 Space Plane Could Fly in 2019
www.space.com
Comments to this post

"I can tell you officially now that we have been funded by the [Obama] Administration for the next phase of XS-1," DARPA's Jess Sponable told applauding attendees at the Space Access '16 Conference in Phoenix last week. "What I can tell you right now …

0
Like
Save
The Forgotten Soviet Space Shuttle Could Fly Itself
news.nationalgeographic.com
Comments to this post

That name did indeed adorn a space shuttle, a Soviet doppelganger born of the Cold War. The Buran program survived long enough to consume cash until its government had none to spare—but the spacecraft barely got off the ground. Buran (Russian for …

0
Like
Save
Terrifying Multi-Fault Earthquake Could Strike Southern California
la.curbed.com
Comments to this post

One of the side effects of living in the great state of California is the creeping sense of dread that comes with knowing that "the Big One" could strike at any time. Well, there's a new study in Science Advances that suggests that future earthquakes …

8
Like
Save
Madagascar lemurs could help us explore farthest reaches of space – leading …
www.rt.com
Comments to this post

Professor Vladyslav Vyazovsky, a Ukrainian neuroscientist at Oxford, now wants to reawaken that interest, working as part of a team on a special project by the European Space Agency. “A journey to our nearest planet, Mars, would take around eight …

0
Like
Save