Tag Archives: space science

Engility Launches Audio Show for Science, Engineering, Technology Discussions; Lynn Dugle Quoted

Engility has launched a monthly podcast that will feature discussions about national defense, space science and intelligence technology. The company said Monday it appointed existing Engility employees to host the Get S.E.T.: Exploring Science, Engineering and Technology audio show. The first episodes of the podcast touched on the effect of Martian …

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Natl Academies of Sciences, Engineering & Medicine Lands NASA Space Research Contract

The Washington-based National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine has secured a potential five-year, $34 million contract from NASA to conduct studies within the domain of the space agency’s science and technology programs. NASA said Saturday the Space Studies Board indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract covers research designed to address various questions regarding space science, …

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Joseph Comberiate: APL Builds Model to Track RF Interference From ‘Space Bubbles’

Phycisists at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory have developed a computer model to predict how radio interference source in the atmosphere could affect communications. APL physicists designed the model to detect the movement of “space bubbles” after they form and predict the plasma bubble’s course by collecting data from satellite-based systems and using …

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Northrop, University of Colorado Partner on STEM, Internship Programs; Russ Anarde Comments

Northrop Grumman and the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs have partnered to implement courses and internship activities focused on science, technology, engineering and math, The Colorado Springs Gazette reported Tuesday. Debbie Kelley writes UCCS students will have access to research and development, scholarship programs, seminars and job fairs sponsored …

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