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SKYNET COMING TO A CITY NEAR YOU?: WIDE AREA AIRBORNE SURVEILLANCE WILL BE A GAME CHANGER OVER THE WAR ZONE & THE HOME FRONT

I have talked about Wide Area Aerial Surveillance (WAAS) before here on Aviationintel, but after being asked about it in multiple interviews, readers’ emails and consulting engagements I think it is time to really explain why this technology matters and … Read the rest of this entry

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RED FEVER!: AMERICA’S FASCINATION WITH MARS STOKED BY NASA’S TRIUMPHANT CURIOSITY ROVER LANDING

What an incredible job the super-hero nerds on NASA’s Curiosity Rover team did in bringing such a complex and fragile piece of machinery to the surface of Mars unscathed and right on target. Americans have been fascinated with the Red … Read the rest of this entry

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NASA WANT’S TRACTOR BEAMS

http://lightyears.blogs.cnn.com/2011/11/03/its-not-star-trek-but-nasa-wants-a-tractor-beam/?&hpt=hp_c2

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Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Spys Apollo’s Relics…

I have always wondered if the past Apollo landing sites on the lunar surface were truly “frozen in time,” it would appear so! We need to get back there and see it for ourselves… http://spaceflightnow.com/news/n1109/06apollo/

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