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Per Enge: How safe and secure is GPS?
September 18, 2017
Getting lost seems to be a thing of the past. But who controls the satellite system the world relies on, what are the threats to the system and what can we do about it?
Robert Cannon, known for his visionary work on robotics, dies at 93
August 25, 2017
The professor emeritus of aeronautics and astronautics launched Stanford’s Aerospace Robotics Lab and helped design the device that successfully tested the theory of relativity.
Can satellites that cause artificial eclipses help find other planets?
August 8, 2017
When the moon blocks the sun during an eclipse we can see around its edges. Satellites being developed at Stanford seek to use that concept to find planets orbiting distant stars.
Space robot technology can help autonomous vehicles here at home
July 14, 2017
Space robots traveling through space, hauling debris, and exploring distant asteroids, may hold the key to problems facing drones and autonomous cars on Earth.
The Sneaky Danger of Space Dust Podcast
May 11, 2017
When tiny particles of space debris slam into satellites, the collision could cause the emission of hardware-frying radiation. Christopher Intagliata reports.
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