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NASA Scientists Sketch Tentative Theory of EmDrive Propulsion

Posted on November 22nd, 2016.

Last week the final version of the NASA Eagleworks EmDrive paper, titled “Measurement of Impulsive Thrust from a Closed Radio-Frequency Cavity in Vacuum,” published in the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)’s prestigious Journal of Propulsion and Power, described promising experimental results and hinted at...

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Final NASA Eagleworks Paper Confirms Promising EmDrive Results, Proposes Theoretical Model

Posted on November 18th, 2016.

Earlier this month Hacked reported that a draft version of the much expected EmDrive paper by the NASA Eagleworks team, had been leaked. Now, the final version of the paper has been published.

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Leaked NASA Eagleworks Paper Confirms Promising EmDrive Results

Posted on November 7th, 2016.

In August Hacked covered the rumor, then confirmed by NASA, that a paper by the NASA Eagleworks team, titled “Measurement of Impulsive Thrust from a Closed Radio Frequency Cavity in Vacuum,” to be published in December’s issue of American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)’s Journal of Propulsion and Power, a...

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Scientists at Estes Park Explore EmDrive and Other Propulsion Physics Breakthrough Research

Posted on September 20th, 2016.

Waiting for the publication of the NASA Eagleworks EmDrive paper in December, some preliminary results could be revealed at a select, invitation-only three-day workshop in Colorado, which starts today. Besides EmDrive science, the workshop will cover many other propulsion physics breakthrough research projects.

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New Published Results on the ‘Impossible’ EmDrive Propulsion Expected Soon

Posted on August 30th, 2016.

New results on the controversial, “impossible” EmDrive propulsion system could be soon published in a prestigious peer-reviewed scientific journal, according to credible rumors.

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Infrastructure Technology Group Questions Hacker Group’s NASA Breach Claim

Posted on February 3rd, 2016.

The Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology (ICIT), a non-partisan group of innovation experts and firms that provides solutions to support and protect critical infrastructure, has questioned the AnonSec hacker group’s claim that it breached NASA’s internal networks and almost crashed a Global Hawk Drone in the...

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AnonSec Hackers Release Data Dump, Tried To Crash A Global Hawk Drone In The Pacific

Posted on February 1st, 2016.

The AnonSec hacker group released a 250GB data dump and claimed it tried to cause a Global Hawk Drone to crash in the Pacific Ocean, according to the International Business Times. The hackers gained flight logs, employee personal information and video footage from the $222 million drone. The data dump included names, phone numbers and...

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NASA Begins Accepting Astronaut Applications Online

Posted on December 14th, 2015.

Want to follow through on that childhood dream of being an astronaut? It’s your lucky day. NASA has just posted what may conceivably be the most interesting job posting ever and you can apply to be an astronaut, online. NASA has revealed a job posting that announced it is accepting a new class of astronauts with online applications...

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New NASA Tests Confirm Anomalous EmDrive Thrust

Posted on November 6th, 2015.

Paul March, a senior staff scientist at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, has posted an update on NASA’s work to test the controversial EmDrive propulsion, which uses electromagnetic microwave cavities to directly convert electrical energy to thrust without the need to expel any propellant.

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NASA Gains Approval of Mars-Flight Capable Vehicle, Disapproves Launch Pad Plans Elsewhere

Posted on October 23rd, 2015.

The most powerful rocket ever built by humans has passed a critical test on its way to help facilitate the first ever manned Mars mission, sometime in the future. The Space Launch System [SLS], a NASA human-rated (capable) rocket has, for the first time in nearly four decades, come through to clear a critical design review [CDR] in one...

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92% of Earth-Like Habitable Planets Are Not Born Yet

Posted on October 21st, 2015.

According to a theoretical study published yesterday in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, only about 8% of habitable planets existed at the birth of our solar system, leaving 92% to form over the coming millennia. Far-fetched as it may seem, the scientists responsible for the report stand behind their reasoning. Speaking...

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NASA Taps Coders to Develop Protocols for Deep Space Communication

Posted on October 9th, 2015.

By tapping TopCoder, a community of developers and designers, NASA has been able to find solutions for deep space communication that support space exploration. One of its recent successes has been the Disruption Tolerant Networking (DTN) project to improve computer network architecture for deep space networks, according to TopCoder. NASA...

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5 things NASA Could Announce On Monday

Posted on September 27th, 2015.

NASA will reveal a  “major science finding”on Monday as part of its ongoing Mars missions. A special news conference takes place 11:30am EDT Monday, and is available live on NASA TV. Have questions? #AskNASA could get your inquiries answered on social media. Jim Green, director of planetary science at NASA Headquarters; Michael Meyer,...

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Astronomers Discover a Galaxy Cluster Exploding New Stars at its Core

Posted on September 10th, 2015.

In a significantly rare discovery, astronomers have located a galaxy cluster that is bursting with new stars at its center using NASA and the Hubble space telescopes. The discovery lends credence to the theory that massive galaxies located at the cores of these tremendous clusters can grow substantially by absorbing the gas taken from...

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10 Most Notorious Hackers of All Time

Posted on September 3rd, 2015.

There are many notable hackers around the world. We at Hacked have put together a list of the 10 most notorious hackers of all time.  1. Jonathan James Known as “comrade” by many online, 15-year-old Jonathan James was the first juvenile convicted and jailed in the United States for hacking. James hacked into companies like...

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NASA’s Potential for Alien Life, Kepler-452b: Earth 2.0?

Posted on July 23rd, 2015.

Most stars have planetary systems. In astronomy, this is new information. Many stars are not bright enough to support life, at least according to current science, but we do now know that small, rocky planets like Earth are the rule, not the exception throughout the solar system, raising the possibility of human space colonization by...

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Has NASA Discovered a New Earth with Alien Life?

Posted on July 23rd, 2015.

Read our Kepler brief here. NASA has announced they will break a story that might change our view of the universe. Today at 12:00 EDT they will live stream a press briefing about the new discovery with leading NASA scientists and researchers. NASA‘s update says: The first exoplanet orbiting another star like our sun was discovered...

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Wake-Up NASA! We Can Go Back To The Moon On The Cheap

Posted on July 21st, 2015.

On the anniversary of the first manned lunar landing in 1969, the National Space Society (NSS) and Space Frontier Foundation (SFF) announced their support for NASA’s funding of the recently released NexGen Space study, illustrating how to cut the cost of human space exploration by a factor of 10.

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SpaceX Misses One in Florida

Posted on June 29th, 2015.

Space flight is nothing like golf, but if it were, SpaceX’s recent headlines would look like a pro who’d fallen off. An expensive mistake left the International Space Station without a needed shipment of supplies and parts. The unmanned rocket broke apart shortly after liftoff about 27 miles in the air. A little over 5,000...

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Microsoft HoloLens Augmented Reality Headset to Conquer Outer Space

Posted on June 26th, 2015.

NASA and Microsoft are teaming up to develop Sidekick, a new project using commercial technology to assist astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Sidekick uses Microsoft Augmented Reality (AR) headset HoloLens to provide virtual aid to astronauts. Two HoloLens devices are scheduled to launch on SpaceX’s seventh...