Tag: U.S. Navy

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Trump Pick for NASA Head Controversial as Orion Development Continues

NASA has been evaluating how astronauts would get out of the Orion spacecraft capsule in the most efficient and safe way possible after returning to Earth. When NASA astronauts return from space missions on the...
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U.S. Navy Considers a 3D Printer Blockchain Technology Connection

The U.S. Department of the Navy has revealed its interest in Blockchain as a technology to secure data transfer during additive manufacturing processes. Blockchain technology is no longer restricted to FinTech, financial institutions, and cryptocurrency...
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4 Ways to Make Money with Drones

Many startups have focused strategies on the booming market of drones and are offering affordable machines with impressive video capabilities. How best to use these products to make a little scratch? The falling costs of...
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3 Future Uses for REE Holmium

"Holmium" is becoming a buzz word in the REE and Tech communities, but what is it? Would you believe that bundled with the familiar touchscreen and backing of your smartphone, Rare Earth Materials, or REMs (or Rare Earth Elements...
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Robot Soldiers Fight on Land, Sea, Air, and the Internet

Armies and military contractors are racing to put robots on the battlefield. For the United States, the Pentagon has a dream of a futuristic war without human casualties. Besides quintessential Star Wars battle droid-like...
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U.S. Navy Asked you to “Hack Our Ship,” Strengthens Cyber Defense

In its combat against cyber threats, the US Navy spares no expense. Now, it has introduced a new, proactive measure for improving cyber defense: hosting an open challenge and calling on expert hackers to...
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Hyperloop Might Work as a Rocket Launcher

Hyperloop, the proposed futuristic, superfast train travel between Earth's cities, could also revolutionize the field of space propulsion. The tech could be repurposed for launching rockets at record speeds with minimal cost and energy...