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NASA radar spots asteroid 2014 JO25 prior to flyby – See pic

NASA radar spots asteroid 2014 JO25 prior to flyby – See pic

At the time, asteroid 2014 JO25 was 1.9 million miles (3 million kilometers) from Earth.

 

Russian military plane Tu-154 carrying 91 people crashes, debris found in Black Sea

Russian military plane Tu-154 carrying 91 people crashes, debris found in Black Sea

A Russian military plane carrying 91 people had disappeared from radar after taking off from the southern city of Adler.

India's defence lab develops thermal imaging radar to look through walls

India's defence lab develops thermal imaging radar to look through walls

It can look though walls of 20-30 cm thickness made of any material, by using thermal imaging.

Google's self-driving car reverie now a dream come true

Google's self-driving dream car project has become a reality, owing to the immense amount of progress that it has made in its recent years.

Radar to help in early tsunami warnings

The high-frequency radar that detected the devastating March 11 tsunami, could form part of new early warning systems.

Coming soon: Talking cars!

Similar technology had been used before but this time,
cars would be able to "know" what had happened even kilometres
ahead. And, tests suggest it could reduce motorway pile-ups by
40 per cent, say the scientists.

Soon, spy in the sky to ‘follow a car’

An American defence research agency is developing a radar system, which will monitor vehicular movement across a city using a few unscrewed aircraft.

A spy in the sky to track vehicular movement

Vehicle tracking may soon cease
to be a tough task as an American defence research agency is
developing a radar system which will monitor vehicular
movement across a city using a few uncrewed aircraft.

Automatic secretary to help tame out-of-control inboxes

Techies have come up with a new planning tool that can help sort urgent messages in an overflowing inbox.

New generation of lenses to improve radar, telecom

Scientists have invented a new generation of lenses which can radically improve the capabilities of telecom or radar systems, providing greater perspective and detail.