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May 20, 2011 - by INTEL announces SpaceMETA Aliance and Sponsorship
May 20, 2011 - by Teaser Post
May 20, 2011 - by Smart Machines
Make Them Smart, That's what Zorislav wants to do for the lunar lander and rovers, make them smart. Zorislav Sojat finished high education as a Professor of General Linguistics and Socio-Humanistic Informatics on the Faculty of Philosophy of Zagreb University, Croatia. His main field of interest is Cybernetics, and he applies Cybernetic principles in scientific research in the area of computer science and intelligence stimulation.
May 20, 2011 - by Great work done - Submission to our drawing competition is closed
We are delighted to present a message from our Head of Education & Public Outreach Team, Márton Deák, after closing the submission for our Drawing Competition.
Dear Applicants and Teachers!
May 20, 2011 - by TF(X) Founder @ ISDC
Fred is presenting at and participating in the International Space Development Conference this week. (http://isdc.nss.org/2011/)
May 20, 2011 - by Honeybee Robotics Developing Payloads for Astrobotic Missions
Astrobotic Technology Inc. has signed a memorandum of understanding with Honeybee Robotics for payloads on Astrobotic’s moon expeditions. The MOU covers joint work to develop three payload elements for its rover and another three payload elements for the lander. The payloads include a drill with a 50cm reach, Jet Trencher, Regolith Excavator, Heat Flow Probe, Corner Cube Reflector, and Soil Samplers.
May 20, 2011 - by 18 May 2011
Today Col. Roberto Vittori entered the ISS and gave the Italian flag to Paolo Nespoli: for the first time we have two Italian astronauts flying together. Italy is the third country after USA and Russia to have more than one person in space, this confirms the Italian strong tradition in space activities and gives to Team Italia a further boost of enthusiasm to win the Google Xprize challenge.
May 20, 2011 - by 12 May 2011
Team Italia met in Rome on May 11th for discussing the mission status. About 15 components from the all the different entities participating to the project have reviewed the mission configuration and updated each other on the various developments currently on going. Prof. Amalia Finzi was very impressed about the progress done since last meeting on all the mission elements. Next meeting, still in Rome, will be held on June 1st.