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Students Aim To Send Your Videos, Photos And More To Mars

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A group of students has launched an initiative to send a "time capsule" to Mars by 2017. The group plans to include media from people all over Earth. Video provided by Newsy


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This Week @ NASA, November 30, 2012

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NASA (Nov. 30, 2012) — Curiosity Mars rover sends back beautiful photos from Mars, and other news from the week of November 30, 2012 at NASA.
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CES 2015: How Many Calories Are in That Protein Shake?

CES 2015: How Many Calories Are in That Protein Shake?

Popular Science (Jan. 9, 2015) — Ever wonder what’s really in that Falafel sandwich you’re eating? SCiO will break it down for you. A tiny molecular sensor that fits in your hand, SCiO can decipher the molecular fingerprint of whichever object you like. Scan any piece of food, drink, or medicine, and SCiO will send information about its nutritional content, calorie count, chemical makeup, and more to your phone. Take it to your local farmer’s market to see if they’re really selling you organic produce like they claim. Video provided by Popular Science
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CeES 2015: This Miniature Drone Will Take Your Picture from the Sky

CeES 2015: This Miniature Drone Will Take Your Picture from the Sky

Popular Science (Jan. 9, 2015) — Sometimes, bigger isn't always better. That’s the thinking behind ZANO, a miniature drone that wants to help you take your selfies to new heights. The tiny white robot, which fits in the palm of your hand, captures aerial photos and HD video, all while being controlled via your smartphone. Video provided by Popular Science
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CES 2015: Bluetooth’s Air2 Speaker Plays Music While Levitating

CES 2015: Bluetooth’s Air2 Speaker Plays Music While Levitating

Popular Science (Jan. 9, 2015) — Sure, your speakers may have good sound quality, but can they float? Bluetooth’s Air2 speaker set lets you listen to your favorite Bruno Mars song (or Taylor Swift, if that’s what you’re into) and marvel at magnetic levitation at the same time. The speaker and base combo are fitted with magnets that repel one another, causing the Air2 to levitate slightly off the metal base. On the flip side, the portable speaker also can stick to your magnetic fridge, in case flying speakers are just too much for you. Video provided by Popular Science
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