Google's former advanced project group leader -- and astronaut -- creating new crowdsourced 3-D maps
Google's former advanced project group leader -- and astronaut -- creating new crowdsourced 3-D maps
                                       

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Traveling to the edge of space isn't easy. Sure, we can send up small things like a digital camera with a few helium-filled weather balloons, but a whole person is quite a bit more difficult (especially if the person wants to return to Earth safely). Fortunately, there are a few...
DailyDirt: Going Up Into Space Soon

Startup News: Real-Life Astronauts, WSJ Consolidations, and More Fun Ways To Spend Your Trendy New Bitcoins

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Photo: NASA Who Doesn’t Want To Meet A Real-Life Astronaut? We’ve already covered the upcoming 2013 International Space Apps Challenge, the NASA-sponsored space app development challenge, but the event just got even better with the announcement that U.S. astronaut Ron Garan will be in attendance as NASA’s official ambassador. Attendees will have the...
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Astronaut Chris Hadfield shows off his spacesuit waltz

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Aboard the International Space Station, Commander Hadfield explains how he inspects the safety of his spacesuit. [Read more]...
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Online travel site Peek wants to make it easy for its users to discover and book unique experiences in a variety of destinations. And so, it’s added three new cities that it’s rolled out services in — New York, Miami, and Orlando. The idea behind Peek is that you tell...
Aspirational Travel Site Peek Hits The East Coast, Adds New York, Miami, And Orlando As Destinations

Watch: How to brush your teeth in space

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International Space Station Commander Chris Hadfield shows the world how astronaut's clean their chompers in orbit. [Read more]...
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How NASA Is Giving Its Robot Astronaut New Eyes

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Robonaut needs new peepers? Bring on the coding competition. NASA is launching two competitions with TopCoder.com designed to give its Robonaut better machine vision--with the ultimate goal of making the robot astronaut more autonomous and eventually take over more dangerous roles from human astronauts. NASA wants coders to come...
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Watch astronaut Chris Hadfield's zero-gravity workout

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ISS Commander Chris Hadfield continues his entertaining video series by giving fans a glimpse of his workout routine in space. [Read more]...
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Space spinach: Getting your greens on the ISS

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Proper nutrition is just as important in space as on Earth. Astronaut Chris Hadfield shows how he cooks up a nice side of spinach for space snacking. [Read more]...
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