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September 25, 2017

US military developments

Filed under: Politics,Technology — dknights @ 8:10 am
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A new spy satellite is launched.

The Army is developing counter-drone technology.  This is the first real air threat to US forces since WWII.

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August 17, 2017

More X-37B news

Filed under: Technology — dknights @ 11:21 am
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Looks like we are going to have another X-37B mission.  Wonder how long it will last? (Post in memory of Mike Nofsinger)

July 3, 2017

Japan looks to land a man on the moon

Filed under: Technology — dknights @ 8:53 am
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This is interesting.  Looks like they aren’t planning to do it alone.  (Post in memory of Mike Nofsinger.)

May 31, 2017

ICBM defense

Filed under: Technology — dknights @ 8:33 am
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The technology appears to have finally caught up to the dream.

May 13, 2017

Anti-missile test

Filed under: Technology — dknights @ 10:19 pm
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Looks like the US may run another anti-missile test soon.

May 8, 2017

More X-37B news

Filed under: Technology — dknights @ 10:36 am
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The X-37B has returned to earth after 2 years in orbit.  I find this space plane endlessly fascinating.  I wonder what it is doing on such long missions? (Post in memory of Mike Nofsinger)

March 21, 2017

More X-37B

Filed under: Technology — dknights @ 9:37 pm
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I am endlessly fascinated with the X-37B.  I’d love to know what they are doing. (Post in memory of Mike Nofsinger)

March 2, 2017

We need something like this

Filed under: Technology — dknights @ 11:49 pm
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Anything to get us off this rock. (post in memory of Mike Nofsinger)

February 9, 2017

Your feel good space story of the day

Filed under: Technology — dknights @ 4:55 pm
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This is a great story.  There isn’t anything I can add other than Mike Nofsinger would have loved this story.  Miss you, Mike.

January 14, 2017

Latest space news

Filed under: Technology — dknights @ 3:54 pm
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SpaceX has a successful launch and sticks the landing again.

More discussion of the EM drive.  This is the most interesting story in physics since cold fusion.  (Post in memory of Mike Nofsinger)

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