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Mr. Olsen Goes To Space

US millionaire Gregory Olsen will pay Russia’s space agency $20 million USD for a trip to the International Space Station.

Face For Ad Space On Ebay
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Over the years, a lot of items have shown up for sale on Ebay. You can go on Ebay and find rare books dating back hundreds of years. You can also find Beanie Babies dating back 2 years. At times, Ebay has had some very peculiar things for sale too. Right now, you can buy a voodoo hex to put on someone, a mystery mailing tube (whatever that is), and even autographed breast implants. Someone once tried to sell his soul on Ebay.

Titan Lake Spotted By Cassini

A moon of the planet Saturn may have a chemical lake near its south pole, based on images returned by the Cassini probe.

NASA, Xerox, Team On Voice Recognition In Space

With thousands of tasks on hand for astronauts, a voice recognitions system can be of tremendous help.

Ten Ways To Sell Advertising Space Fast
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1. Give your customers a discount when they spend over a certain dollar amount for ad space. You can also apply this tip to the amount of ads they buy.

Cosmos-1 May Be Lost In Space

The solar sail craft launched on June 21 into orbit, but has not been detected yet by ground controllers.

Photons to Torpedo Solar Sails Into Space

The Planetary Society aims for the final frontier with the launch of their Cosmos 1. A Russian Volna rocket carrying the Cosmos blasted off today from the Barents Sea in the belly of a Russian submarine. In four days, the sails will unfurl and imagination will be taken aback as reality becomes more fantastic.

Take Control of your Search Engine Space

Do a search on your favorite search engine for your company name. Look at the results. Hopefully your company web site is at the top of the pile. But what about the other 9 results in the top 10? What do they say about you? People searching for your company name will often look at all of these results – not just those relating to your homepage.

NASA Unearths 007 Space Suit

Plumbing the unlighted depths of a storage building, NASA staff find a relic from the Cold War.

Voyager Heads Toward Deep Space

Gene Roddenberry’s first Star Trek movie was about the Voyager space probe continuing its mission far beyond what anyone had conceived of. NASA’s Voyager 1 continues to move beyond expectations into what NASA calls our “solar system’s final frontier.”

India Space Program Goes A Little Closer to The Moon

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will send another rocket into space on May 5th 2005. At a time when NASA is dominating headlines, Indian pushes their program forward by two satellites into orbit.

Space Day Celebrates 8th Anniversary

Special activities at the National Air and Space Museum’s Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, VA to include shuttle crew.

Microsoft Enters MySQL Space With Express

Reduced functionality version of SQL Server aimed at hobbyists and non-professional developers.

Oracle Entering Open Source Testing Space

Potential move toward testing and certification of open source software puts Oracle up against Kim Polese’s SpikeSource.

Cosmonaut Wants Booze in Space

Want a wet bar in space? A Russian cosmonaut does. Salizhan Sharipov just got back from the International Space Station and thinks a little liquor would help them do their jobs better.

Corel Eyeing Microsofts Office Space

Dangling the low-cost alternative carrot in front of small businesses, Corel releases WordPerfect Office 12, complete with e-mail.

Cassini Space Probe Sees Earths Past in Titan

The Cassini probe, which circles Saturn’s moon, Titan, continues to find information which many scientists believe could be quite similar to Earth in it’s primordial past.

International Space Team Home Safely

The early evening sky of northern Kazakhstan was dotted by a descending space capsule en route to a soft landing on “saturated” ground. Landing upright, search-and-rescue helicopters followed the capsule as it touched down 50 miles north of Arkalyk.

NASAs Spitzer Spots Space Dust

NASA’s space telescope has spotted what may be dust from asteroids banging together much like in the old video game around a star quite similar to our own sun.

Rocket Takes Crew To Space Station to Relieve Current Crew

Yesterday a Russian rocket carrying a 3-man international crew was launched from Kazakhstan.

CNET Heats up Digital Photo Space

Congrats to James Park. He’s president of Windup Labs. That’s the company that did HeyPix and they just sold to CNET.