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Climate vulnerability assessments may fall short for migratory species

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'Skyhouse' outfits early NYC skyscraper with giant tubular slide and climbing column
Dinosaur-killing impact set the world on fire

NASA, ESA test interplanetary network using LEGO robot

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NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) have tested the feasibility of an interplanetary network connection by using LEGO. Using NASA's Disruption Tolerant Networking (DTN) protocol, the agencies hope to demonstrate the effectiveness of methods for Internet-like communications that may in the future connect space vehicles in orbit or habitats...
NASA, ESA test interplanetary network using LEGO robot
Permafrost microbes survive conditions similar to those on Mars
SpaceX wants to fly you to expandable habitats orbiting the Earth

"Even traveling at the same rate as the fastest rocket ever launched, NASA’s New Horizons..."

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“Even traveling at the same rate as the fastest rocket ever launched, NASA’s New Horizons mission, a nine-year, 3-billion mile trip to Pluto, it would take at least 78,000 years to get there.” - ‘Avatar’ renews interest in extra-solar habitats - USATODAY.com Time to where the fictional Pandora is....
"Even traveling at the same rate as the fastest rocket ever launched, NASA’s New Horizons..."
NASA spending $17.8M on an inflatable space station expansion

Games for the weekend: Tiny Monsters

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Games for the Weekend is a weekly feature aimed at helping you avoid doing something constructive with your downtime. Each Friday we’ll be recommending a game for Mac, iPhone or iPad that we think is awesome. Here is one cool enough to keep you busy during this weekend. Tiny Monsters...
Games for the weekend: Tiny Monsters

Breaktime Studios sets itself apart with a less casual breed of casual game

www.insidemobileapps.com
Casual gaming startup Breaktime Studios wants to make the experience of playing a casual mobile game a little deeper, a little more complex and a lot more interesting. Founded by former Playdom employees in 2011, the San Francisco-based company’s first generation of games were titles like Dream Dresses, Pocket Potions...
Breaktime Studios sets itself apart with a less casual breed of casual game
Can mammals outrun climate change?

From battery covers to bat caves

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GM is repurposing old Volt battery covers as habitats for owls, ducks, and bats. [Read more]...
From battery covers to bat caves
Too hot to handle: Triassic temps may have killed tropical species
Facebook explains why it used natural language to compete with Google search

NASA pays $17.8M for inflatable ISS expansion, orbital ball pit unconfirmed

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Were you one of those lucky kids whose parents got you an inflatable castle for your birthday party, thus making all the other kids in the neighborhood jealous? You're about to get one-upped. NASA has just signed a $17.8 million contract with Bigelow Airspace to built an inflatable, expandable...
NASA pays $17.8M for inflatable ISS expansion, orbital ball pit unconfirmed
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