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Space Elevator Test

So cool! STARS-Me (or Space Tethered Autonomous Robotic Satellite – Mini elevator), built by engineers at Shizuoka University in Japan, is comprised of two 10-centimeter cubic satellites connected by a 10-meter-long tether. A small robot representing an elevator car, about 3 centimeters across and 6 centimeters tall, will move up and down the cable using…

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Portfolio Thinking: AppSec Radar

At DevSecCon London, I met Michelle Embleton, who is doing some really interesting work around what she calls an AppSec Radar. The idea is to visually show what technologies, platforms, et cetera are being evaluated, adopted and in use, along with what’s headed out of use. Surprise technology deployments always make for painful conversations. This…

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Moonshorty apollo17 1080

I had not seen this amazing picture of Harrison Schmitt near Shorty Crater. Via Astronomy Picture of the Day. If you enjoy these, Full Moon is a gorgeous collection of meticulously scanned Apollo images. There are various editions; I encourage you to get the 11″x11″ one, not the 8×8.

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