Space buffs unite globally to solve NASA’s biggest challenges

Space agencies around the world are gearing up for this upcoming Saturday’s International Space Apps Challenge, a two-day code-a-thon-style event. For the third year in a row, NASA is looking to the public to address some of its most-pressing obstacles.

Space agency taps MIT faculty for CTO role

NASA has picked a new chief technology officer: David Miller, professor of aeronautics and astronautics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has stepped into the position.

NASA’s Jason Townsend on technologies used for engagement

Jason Townsend, deputy social media manager at NASA, talks in this FedScoopTV interview about tools NASA uses for both internal and external engagement.

NASA’s FY 2015 budget brings humans closer to Mars

With the president’s fiscal year 2015 budget released yesterday, one particular agency is getting one step closer to a really cool mission.

DHS to upgrade disaster victim location technology – FedScoopTV exclusive

The Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate, working with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, is planning to make key upgrades to a new mobile system for locating living victims in large disaster areas.

FedWire: Web-archiving Olympic spirit, recycling fish and snow

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FedWire: Talking solar, 100,000 jobs for veterans, and research lab visit

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FedWire: Rifles, cells and Olympic golds

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FedWire: Making impacts, weather maps and Mars

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FedWire: Presidential Google Hangout road trip, strontium atomic clock and renaming GPO

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FedWire: Roving on Mars, war in the Robotic Age and serving up STEM

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FedWire: Snowlar vortex, bionic limbs, and comet chasing

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FedWire: Declassified docs, propulsion tech, and data-intensive research

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FedWire: SBA nomination, bathythermograph sensors and fuel cells

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FedWire: ‘Iron Man’ suit progress, Army energy research, and West Wing Week

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International space officials discuss ISS future after mission extension

Two days after the White House announced the extension of the International Space Station mission to 2024, experts from around the world gathered to discuss its future regarding technology and its relationship with private corporations.

International Space Station extended 10 more years

The Obama administration announced Jan. 8 it is extending the International Space Station until at least 2024.

FedWire: Best of socialgov, federal cryptography and clean tech

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FedWire: Cyber-crime working group, future of computing, and clean energy

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FedWire: Whistle-blower criteria, quantum imaging and R&D growth

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