Monday, 13 September 2010 12:37 GMT
Nanosatellite ‘out of control’
The Pegaso was launched from Jiuquan China
Quito - Arabstoday
A tiny Ecuadoran satellite that collided in space with the remains of a Soviet rocket survived the crash, but was damaged and is not transmitting, according to Quito's space agency.
Impulse plane makes 1,541 kilometre flight
Impulse is the first manned solar energy plane to fly at night
Los Angeles – Arabstoday
The first manned aircraft that can fly day and night powered only by solar energy set a new distance record Thursday when it landed after the second
Soyuz capsule lands safely
Twitter star hailed for promoting science
Ottawa - Arabstoday
A thud, dirt in the window of his capsule and the fresh smell of spring on the Kazakh steppe: Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield recalled Thursday his safe return from a five-month mission to space.
$600 million satellite ready to fail
Kepler has two faulty wheels
Washington - Arabstoday
NASA's planet-hunting Kepler spacecraft appears to be hobbled by a faulty wheel and may be near the end of its four-year mission, space agency scientists said Wednesday.
Kepler, a $600 million mission, was
Satellites likely to be damaged
NASA images show 3 x-class flares
Washington - Arabstoday
The Sun has unleashed four potent solar flares this week, marking the most intense activity yet this year and causing limited interruptions to high-frequency radio communications.
One of them was classified as an
Xbox One unveiled
The 'console that goes beyond gaming'
Washington – Arabstoday
Microsoft staked a claim to the Internet Age living room with an eagerly awaited new generation Xbox One console touted as a home entertainment hub that goes far beyond games.
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