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4 ways to get lost in space

When space exploration partners with high-performance computing, the results are out of this world. But advancements are accelerating at warp speed, so it’s easy to miss the latest achievements. Catch up on what’s going on in zero gravity.

Space exploration is the stuff dreams are made of. It’s fascinating to hear about the latest findings from the International Space Station, both in the surrounding stratosphere as well as inside the orbiting lab, where experiments are being conducted to drive technology forward.

But it’s as easy to lose track of what’s going on leagues above our heads as it is to miss something right in front of our eyes, like the following enterprise.nxt articles you may have missed.

From zero-gravity 3D printing to catching pirates at sea, give yourself some interstellar “me” time to learn about what’s happening in space.

5 things we need to conquer to accelerate space exploration

Sure, everyone wants to see Planet Earth in their rear-view mirror. But we won’t achieve that goal until we first cover these particular bases.

The space station gets a new supercomputer

Cited in the article above: A year, ago, NASA and Hewlett Packard Enterprise launched supercomputers into space using off-the-shelf hardware. Here’s the techie details about the problems that electronic equipment faces in space and how the experiment aimed to address those.

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4 cool ways tech firms are leveraging the International Space Station

Will the next wave of Silicon Valley innovations be space-driven? Panelists speaking at the recent International Space Station R&D conference think so.

Lost in space: The space junk conundrum

More than 100 million pieces of orbital debris are circling our planet. NASA has a strategy to cope with the rare occasion when some of that space junk falls to the earth.

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