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A group of hackers claims to have broken into the computer systems of NASA, stealing hours of on-board footage from the agency’s fleet of aircraft, hundreds of data logs from its weather and climate ... control” of a …
Motherboard · 2/2/2016
NASA
UPDATE: NASA has denied its drone systems have been breached. The agency also told SecurityWeek that many of the names and email addresses AnonSec claims to have are publicly available. SecurityWeek says …
IT World Canada · 2/2/2016
brute force
Google is developing a solar drone for 5G phones. Vanessa Hudgens starred in Grease ... "wet season"--enhanced by El Niño -- spectators may catch a break from unsettled weather, AccuWeather reported. Fans …
Cleveland Plain Dealer · ByTim Warsinskey · 2/2/2016
Vanessa Hudgens
In California, residents are using smartphones and drones to document the coastline's changing face. Starting this month, The Nature Conservancy is asking tech junkies to capture the flooding and coastal erosion that …
Phys · 1/24/2016
Nature Conservancy
NASA weather drones will explore the Saharan Air Layer and the role of thunderstorms in hurricanes. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons) "The biggest scientific question we're trying to attack is why do some hurricanes intensify very rapidly and why do others not ...
International Science Times · 9/11/2013
NEW YORK (AP) - Police say a man was arrested after he apparently lost control of a small drone that crashed into the Empire State ... and whether other Cosby... NASA shared these satellite images to show the flooding in the Midwest. The image on the ...
8 ABC kait8.com · 1 day ago
Google is working with the FAA to set up an "air traffic control system for drones" flying under 500 feet, something NASA and Verizon are also reportedly ... in the event of a disaster or during adverse weather conditions …
PC Magazine · ByStephanie Mlot · 1/27/2016
Project Wing
In California, residents are using smartphones and drones to document the coastline’s changing face. Starting this month, The Nature Conservancy is asking tech junkies to capture the flooding and coastal erosion …
Claims Journal · 1/27/2016
El Nino
ATLANTIC, Va. -- NASA scientists are using former military surveillance drones to help them understand more about how tropical storms intensify, which they say could ultimately save lives by improving forecast models that predict a hurricane's strength.
The Huffington Post · 9/11/2013
“And so, I’ve been talking to the Guyana government about the possible use of drones to deliver medicine, like for Malaria, to some of these remote villages instead of having to use the airplane or if the weather ... RAM …
Voice of America · 1/29/2016
drones
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