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How different was the universe in its earliest days? Thursday's guest, David Spergel, studies energy that dates back to the Big Bang. His specialty is Dark matter - that mysterious invisible material that supposedly makes up 90% of the universe. There's a lot of stuff that we don't know about! Watch it on an an all-new DEEP SKY.
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NASA and Boeing Lock Heads Over Space Station
Camera Shows satellite Wings Unfolding
Japan Plans New Shuttle Runway
NASA AND BOEING LOCK HEADS OVER SPACE STATION
NASA is getting angry at Boeing about their project management of the International Space Station, thanks almost $1 billion in cost overruns. A NASA report released last week puts much of the blame on Boeing's acquisition of Rockwell and McDonnell Douglas, and how the company underestimated the impact this would cause on development. Because of the overruns, Boeing will lose over $125 million in incentive bonuses.
CAMERA SHOWS satellite WINGS UNFOLDING
A recently-launched Hughes Galaxy IX satellite had a camera pointed at its solar wings when it deployed them, and the onboard radio transmitted a unique time-lapse video of the event - a space first. The Galaxy IX is the largest, most powerful telecommunications satellite ever built.
JAPAN PLANS NEW SHUTTLE RUNWAY
Japan signed a deal Wednesday with the Kiribati government to build a shuttle landing strip on Christmas Island, in the South Pacific. The strip will be used to land the HOPE-X, an unmanned launch vehicle designed to cut the costs of space transport.
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