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Router guest networks lack adequate security, experts say  SCIENCE DAILY · 3 days
While many organizations and home networks use a host and guest network on the same router hardware to increase security, a new study indicates that routers from well-known manufacturers are vulnerable to... more
MEDLI2 installation on Mars 2020 aeroshell begins  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
Hardware installed onto NASA's Mars 2020 entry vehicle this week will help to increase the safety of future Mars landings. more
Viasat expanding into crowded ground-as-a-service business  SPACE NEWS · 1 week
Viasat is building out a network of nine ground stations around the world to downlink data from Earth observation satellites, marking an expansion from... more
Fish tanks: Jordan sinks military hardware for underwater museum  PHYS.ORG · 4 weeks
Sunken tanks, a troop carrier and a submerged helicopter: Jordan on Wednesday opened its first underwater military museum off its Red Sea coast. more
NASA delivers hardware for ESA dark energy mission  PHYS.ORG · 4 weeks
The European Space Agency's Euclid mission, set to launch in 2022, will investigate two of the biggest mysteries in modern astronomy: dark matter and dark energy. A team of NASA engineers recently... more
Ruag to supply Firefly Aerospace payload adapters  SPACE NEWS · 4 weeks
WASHINGTON — Satellite and rocket hardware provider Ruag Space signed a contract with Firefly Aerospace to provide payload adapters for its small... more
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