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Astronaut runs marathon in space — but slower than on earth

Astronaut runs marathon in space — but slower than on earth
Written by Stephen Mitchell on 2016-04-24


Athletics – 2016 Virgin Money London Marathon Preview – London – 20/4/16 British European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Tim Peake appears live from the International Space Station for a questions and answers session with assembled media ahead of the 2016 Virgin Money London Marathon Action Images via Reuters / Peter Cziborra LivepicAthletics – 2016 Virgin Money London Marathon...(Read More)

Dutch fountain runs on sunshine and air

Dutch fountain runs on sunshine and air
Written by Stephen Mitchell on 2016-04-22


AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – A Dutch sculpture presented on Earth Day spouts water 6 meters high without using conventional water or power sources in what creators hope will inspire new ways to ease resource shortages in drought-prone climates. The Solar Fountain, which took Dutch inventor Ap Verheggen six years to develop, produces around 2 liters (4.2 pints) of water per day using an...(Read More)

DNA analysis could help improve your workout: study

DNA analysis could help improve your workout: study
Written by Stephen Mitchell on 2016-04-14


LONDON (Reuters) – A new study suggests that athletes using DNA-matched training improved their performance almost three times more than those on mismatched programs. The study, published in Biology of Sport and conducted at the University of Central Lancashire, reviewed the performance of 28 young sportsmen and 39 young male soccer players over eight weeks. ...(Read More)

Swiss group buys Airbus jet for zero-gravity flights

Swiss group buys Airbus jet for zero-gravity flights
Written by Stephen Mitchell on 2016-04-12


ZURICH (Reuters) – A Swiss aerospace group plans to offer zero-gravity flights this year in an airliner that will expose thrill-seekers with strong stomachs to repeated bouts of weightlessness. In what it called a world premiere, Swiss Space Systems (S3) said on Tuesday it had bought an Airbus A340-300 jet that will carry around 70 passengers on 90-minute flights featuring 15 parabolic...(Read More)

SpaceX rocket booster makes breakthrough landing at sea

SpaceX rocket booster makes breakthrough landing at sea
Written by Stephen Mitchell on 2016-04-10


A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket blasts off from Cape Canaveral, Florida April 8, 2016. REUTERS/SpaceXA SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket blasts off from Cape Canaveral, Florida April 8, 2016 in this handout photo provided by SpaceX. REUTERS/SpaceXAn exterior of the SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California May 29, 2014. REUTERS/Mario AnzuoniA NASA image shows the International Space Station as it flew over Madagascar,...(Read More)

Orbital presses U.S. lawmakers to end ban on retired missiles

Orbital presses U.S. lawmakers to end ban on retired missiles
Written by Stephen Mitchell on 2016-04-05


A modified Minuteman intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) is shown during a test involving a planned intercept of an intercontinental ballistic missile target launched from Vandenberg AFB, California in this July 14, 2001 file photo. REUTERS/Ballistic Missile Defense Organization/Handout via ReutersBy Irene Klotz CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) – Orbital ATK is pressing U.S....(Read More)

Bezos praises third Blue Origin launch-and-land rocket test as 'perfect'

Bezos praises third Blue Origin launch-and-land rocket test as 'perfect'
Written by Stephen Mitchell on 2016-04-03


Members of the Blue Origin team recover the crew capsule after its successful flight and soft landing in West Texas, in this handout photo provided by Blue Origin, April 2, 2016. REUTERS/Blue Origin/Handout via ReutersThe New Shepard rocket and capsule blasts off in this handout photo provided by Blue Origin, from a launch site in West Texas April 2, 2016. REUTERS/Blue Origin/Handout via ReutersThe...(Read More)

A gorilla named Susie illustrates genome similarities with humans

A gorilla named Susie illustrates genome similarities with humans
Written by Stephen Mitchell on 2016-04-01


A gorilla named Susie sits in her enclosure at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium in Powell, Ohio in this August 24, 2015 handout photo provided by the Columbus Zoo on March 16, 2016. REUTERS/ Columbus Zoo and Aquarium/Amanda Carberry/Handout via ReutersA gorilla named Susie eats a pumpkin in her enclosure at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium in Powell, Ohio in this October 25, 2014 handout photo provided...(Read More)

U.S. firms target investment in Israeli cannabis R&D

U.S. firms target investment in Israeli cannabis R&D
Written by Stephen Mitchell on 2016-03-30


Packages of medical marijuana are seen on a counter at a dispensary belonging to Tikun Olam, Israel's largest medical marijuana supplier, in Tel Aviv March 27, 2016. REUTERS/Ronen ZvulunMedical marijuana products are seen at a dispensary belonging to Tikun Olam, Israel's largest medical marijuana supplier, in Tel Aviv March 27, 2016. REUTERS/Ronen ZvulunA worker places newly prepared cigarettes...(Read More)





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