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International Space Station

Technology developed for the Robonaut, which was developed by NASA and General Motors, may have uses here on Earth. (Photo courtesy of  NASA.)

GM’s Robonaut Technology Being Used On Earth

Technology developed by General Motors and NASA for a robot on the International Space Space Station may have uses on Earth.

CBS Detroit–07/03/2014

Astronaut Reid Wiseman, shown here before launch, recently posted a Vine video of one orbit around Earth. (Source: NASA.)

See The World In 6 Seconds [VIDEO]

Take a trip around the world in only 6 seconds with a NASA astronaut.

06/10/2014

File photo.

Metro Detroit Sky Watchers Can Spot The Space Station This Weekend!

Star gazers may have a chance to see science in action this weekend as the orbit of the International Space Station brings it over the Detroit area.

CBS Detroit–06/06/2014

The International Space Station. Wikimedia Commons photo.

Michigan Students Have Right Stuff For ISS Mission

An experiment designed by four 17-year-olds at the Macomb Mathematics Science Technology Center in Warren will fly to the International Space Station this month.

WWJ Newsradio 950–12/04/2013

The International Space Station. Wikimedia Commons photo.

Matt’s Favorites: Space Station Hits 15, Samsung Seeks Halt To Apple Patent Trial, And More

So what’s the latest wonderful stuff from the wondrous worlds of science and technology? Take a deep breath, kids, we’re headed for orbit…

WWJ Newsradio 950–11/20/2013

Gravity ISS

Matt’s Favorites: See You Thursday At LTU, Gravity Stars ISS, And More

So what is the latest and greatest from the wild, wonderful, wacky worlds of science and technology? Well, how are these for a Tuesday?

WWJ Newsradio 950–10/07/2013

Rocket Launch

Matt’s Favorites: TechTown Venture Deadline Looms, No Comment Sites Proliferate, And Much More

So what’s the latest from the world of wonderment that is science and technology? Well, strap on your swimmies, kids, today it’s gonna get deep… * First of all, something local: The deadline for applying […]

WWJ Newsradio 950–09/26/2013

In this artist's impression, an Orbital Sciences Cygnus cargo ship approaches the International Space Station. Orbital Sciences photo.

Matt’s Favorites: Private Spaceflight Whoops And Much More

So what’s up on a crisp, cool autumn Monday in the wonderful, occasionally wacky worlds of science and technology? Well, pull up a seat and let’s throw another anchorman on the fire…

WWJ Newsradio 950–09/22/2013

Getty Images

Matt’s Favorites: Bohemian Gravity And Much More

So what’s the wonderful mind-blowing latest for the last Friday of summer 2013 in the ever-growing domains of science and technology? Buckle up, kiddos, it’s gonna be a wild ride…

WWJ Newsradio 950–09/19/2013

(credit: William L. Stefanov, Jacobs at NASA-JSC)

Lake Ontario Goes Green!

Astronauts recently noticed that something was different about one of the Great Lakes …

WWJ Newsradio 950–09/04/2013

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