MOIRE program creates first-ever images using lightweight membrane optics, which could help redefine how we build, launch and use orbital telescopes
The drone that spied on bin Laden and on Iran's nukes was just the start. Meet its bigger, higher-flying, stealthier cousin, the Northrop Grumman RQ-180.
Dendrites, the branch-like projections of neurons, were once thought to be passive wiring in the brain.
Researchers at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va., use all sorts of tools and techniques to learn more during the development of aircraft
Adversaries’ sophisticated air defense systems can make it difficult for current air- and surface-launched anti-ship missiles to hit their targets at long range.
Researchers in Switzerland say they have made microchips that imitate the way our brains process information
DARPA’S ATLAS ROBOT HAS BEEN UNVEILED
Curiosity may be sitting idle during the solar conjunction (more on that below), but there’s fresh Mars-focused news.
The U.S. Military's flying saucer never came to fruition, but the physics that could have made it possible are used today in airplanes, missiles, and spacecraft.
Using a well-timed laser, NASA scientists have beamed a picture of Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece, the Mona Lisa, to a powerful spacecraft orbiting the moon
Two Army scientists and a university professor earned a patent for the forerunner of a powerful quantum neural dynamics computer chip.
Clip-on or helmet-mounted camera system would fuse useful aspects of visible, near infrared, and infrared images into a single shot
A recent weapons flight test in the Utah desert may change future warfare after the missile successfully defeated electronic targets with little to no collateral damage.
Located anywhere near a military facility? Then there are occasions when citizens of those communities spot some strange objects floating around in the skies.
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