Technology & Science

Super-Fast Plane May Be Clincher in Missile War

By | 2012-08-16T23:13:47-04:00 August 16th, 2012|Technology & Science|

The United States has tested a plane that can fly from London to New York in one hour, but its real advantage is hitting a long-range target with a super-fast missile.   The “X-51A WaveRider” unmanned aircraft made a five-minute test flight before a planned crash into the Pacific Ocean.   The hypersonic speed of

Discovery of ‘G-d Particle’ Linked to Origin of World

By | 2012-07-05T00:33:02-04:00 July 5th, 2012|Technology & Science|

A particle consistent with the Higgs boson has been discovered and may help explain the origins of mass in the universe.   Physicists at the European Laboratory for Particle Physics, known as CERN and located near Geneva, announced Wednesday morning they discovered a new particle. The particle was successfully created inside the Large Hadron Collider

SpaceX’s Dragon makes historic space station dock

By | 2012-05-27T00:10:43-04:00 May 27th, 2012|Technology & Science|

SpaceX on Friday became the first commercial outfit to send its own cargo capsule to the International Space Station, heralding the start of a new era for private spaceflight.   The berthing marked the climax of the California-based company’s demonstration mission to become the first to restore U.S. access to the space outpost after NASA

NASA finds new evidence of liquid water on Mars

By | 2011-08-05T05:58:27-04:00 August 5th, 2011|Technology & Science|

REUTERS NASA scientists have discovered new evidence that briny water flows on Mars during its warmest months, raising chances that life could exist on the Red Planet, the space agency said on Thursday. NASA first found signs of water on Mars more than a decade ago, but earlier indications were that any existing water would