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Education – TSRQ3 2019

Education - TSRQ3 2019 examines STEM education trends domestically and globally from primary school to postgraduate school spanning from 2000 to 2017.

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Infrastructure: Spacecraft Overview – TSRQ1 2019

Infrastructure: Spacecraft Overview - TSRQ1 2019 examines global spacecraft/satellite operations conducted throughout the three space sectors, military, civil government, and commercial. This edition covers communication, PNT, and Earth observation/remote sensing…

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Carbon Capture for Fuel Creation

Inhabitants on the International Space Station (ISS) have long relied on technology to keep them breathing safely. Each human aboard the ISS exhales an average of 1 kilogram (2.2 pounds)…

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Keeping Flakes Away from the Oscar

NASA uses gold-plating to protect satellite components and sensors from heat absorption. Gold’s reflectance and inertness make it an ideal way to block... NASA uses gold-plating to protect satellite components…

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The Power of Fiber

The blades of wind turbines require regular inspections and maintenance. One technology developed for satellite bus temperature sensing is being used to help with both tasks by monitoring the shape…

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Hearts in Space

Determining heart rate variability (HRV) during the daily life of an astronaut in orbit was the inspiration for commercial products, such as theJoysys’ ChronoCord. In 1991, an Austrian astronaut wore…

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Making True Colors Shine Through

A type of light emitting diode (LED) designed for managing astronauts’ sleep cycles on the International Space Station (ISS) is making its way to Earth. The ISS LEDs have three…

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Commercial PNT System Augments GPS

Global Positioning System (GPS) positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) satellites have long been the standard for providing space-based PNT signals. GPS and other PNT constellations such as GLONASS provide billions…

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