Many benefits of NASA technology can be found on Earth through products and services born from space sector innovations.
Former NASA Astronauts to Receive Congressional Space Medal of Honor
Vice President Kamala Harris will award former NASA astronauts Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken the Congressional Space Medal of Honor at 4:15 p.m. EST on Tuesday, Jan. 31.
Eviation Gets Order From Aerus for 30 Alice All-Electric Commuter Aircraft
Eviation’s nine-seater Alice is the world’s first flight-tested all-electric commuter aircraft.
Qcells invests over $2.5 billion to build first fully-integrated solar supply chain in the U.S.
Photovoltaic manufacturer Qcells, an affiliate of the Hanwha Group, announced it will invest over $2.5 billion to build the first fully-integrated, silicon-based solar supply chain, from raw material to finished panel, in the United States, which represents the largest ever clean energy investment to date in the country.
Better Launches One Day Mortgage(™) to Revolutionize Home Buying Experience for Americans
Better, the first fintech lender to achieve $100 bln in funded loans, today unveiled the launch of One Day Mortgage(™), a breakthrough innovation in the real estate industry.
Two wins for Porsche at the Formula E weekend in Diriyah
The double strike in Diriyah makes the start of the Formula E season perfect for the new Porsche 99X Electric Gen3.
NASA Has Developed and Tested a Revolutionary Rocket Engine Design for Deep Space Missions
NASA has developed and tested its first full-scale rotating detonation rocket engine, an advanced rocket engine design that could significantly change how future propulsion systems are built.
Boom Supersonic Begins Construction on Superfactory for their Overture Airliner
Boom Supersonic’s Overture Superfactory is a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility located on a 62-acre campus at the Piedmont Triad International Airport.
OPTAGE Builds Its Fifth Data Center in Osaka, Japan
OPTAGE, Inc. today announced to build its Fifth Data Center ‘OPTAGE Sonezaki Data Center’ in Osaka, Japan.
NASA and DARPA Will Test Nuclear Engine for Future Mars Missions
NASA and DARPA’s nuclear thermal propulsion technology could be used for future NASA crewed missions to Mars.