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Shark Conservation

Every year, 73 million sharks are killed, primarily for their fins as an ingredient in shark fin soup. This drive for shark fins by fishermen has put more than 70…

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Electric Scooters

Entrepreneurs are using space infrastructure to offer alternative transportation modes in cities for reasonable prices. This type of service fills the need for cost-effective transportation without the hassle of commuting…

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Autonomous Vehicles

Autonomous vehicles have been in development since the 1930s with the goal of creating safer travel by road and providing the driver freedom to focus on other tasks while in…

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Parking for European Truck Drivers

European truck drivers can only drive so long in a day before they are legally required to rest. If drivers, and the companies they work for, don’t comply with time-limiting…

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Space Products and Services – TSRQ1 2019

Companies and individuals are using positioning, navigation and timing (PNT), Earth observation (EO), and communication satellite technologies and data to humanity’s benefit. From commercial transportation to natural disaster relief, these…

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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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