Finding Earthlike Exoplanets
These will bring greater technological resources to bear, for example enabling scientists to detect the composition of the atmosphere of planets in distant solar systems.
Kepler 62-f has been identified as the most likely exoplanet to support life, of the 3,800 or so that have been detected so far. It is 1,200 light years away.
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The Space Review Rocket reusability: a driver of economic growth The Space Review SpaceX is scheduled to launch another resupply mission to the International Space Station on March 16th, but this particular flight could be of truly historic…
Rick Boozer provides commentary on the advantages of reusable rockets, bot economic and safety. This month SpaceX will try a soft landing of the Falcon 9 first stage on the Atlantic Ocean. They don’t intend to reuse that particular core, but merely makeing the attempt will tell them a lot.
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Marvell is joining the rush of chip firms with their own hardware platform aimed at helping developers with its Kinoma products.
Marvell creates a $99 kit for developers to use on its Kinoma platform. This will enable present day Steve Wozniaks to develop Things for the Internet of Things.
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Telegraph.co.uk UK to get 200 high-tech factory jobs making ‘swallowable sensors’ Telegraph.co.uk US company Proteus Digital Health is to open a manufacturing site in the UK – its first outside the US – to supply sensors to thousands of NHS…
American manufacturer of ingestible sensors will open a manufacturing plant in the UK, adding depth to the meaning of "wearable technology."
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The Sony Xperia Z2 comes with some impressive specifications, the handset features a 20.7 megapixel Sony Exmor RS sensor which is capable of recording 4K video.
New Sony smartphone is capable of taking 4K video.
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Google’s Android operating system already powers countless phones and tablets (as well as a few TVs), but it might soon be coming en masse to another location: Your wrist.
Firms wanting to develop smart watches and other wearables that use the Android operating system will soon have a SDK to help them in their efforts.
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