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The U.S. Navy successfully blasted a wayward satellite with a heat-seeking missile over the Pacific Ocean Wednesday evening, defense officials announced in a press release. A missile launched from a Navy ship struck a dying U.S. spy satellite passing 130 miles over the Pacific on Wednesday.
The satellite USA-193, also known […]
The United Nations (UN) 62nd General Assembly proclaimed 2009 the International Year of Astronomy. The Resolution was submitted by Italy, Galileo Galilei’s home country.
The International Year of Astronomy 2009 is an initiative of the International Astronomical Union and UNESCO.
The International Year of […]
100 years ago , Paul Cornu, a french bicycle maker is credited as the first person to rise vertically in powered free flight.
at a gigantic height of 1 foot high, for a total of around 20 seconds
Happy Birthday Helicopter!
Check out this CNET’s gallery, A Century of Helicopters
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