All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘IRIS’

NASA Launches IRIS to Study Sun’s Atmosphere

After being delayed for one day over a power outage at Vandenberg Air Force Base, NASA‘s Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph (IRIS) spacecraft was successfully launched on Thursday evening. The satellite will help researchers on Earth study the sun‘s lower atmosphere. “Congratulations to the entire team on the successful development and deployment of the IRIS mission,” said Gary Kushner, IRIS project …

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U.S. Military To Put Router In Space

The U.S. Department of Defense, in conjunction with Intelsat, Cisco, and several other companies, intends to put an Internet router into space.  While impressive, it’s not quite “Star Wars” . . . .  Think “orbital communications,” instead.

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I.R.I.S. Releases IRIS Business Card Reader II for Mac OS X

Macintosh Users Have Intelligent, Helpful and Easy-to-Use Productivity Tool to Encode Business Cards.

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