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Secure Channels Inc. Expands Leadership Team With CTO/Chief Architect and Government Affairs Liaison
Secure Channels Inc., the Technology Innovators™, today announced that it has named Henry B. Hotz as CTO and Chief Architect and Laurence Socci as Government Affairs Liaison

Silicon Valley's Churchill Club Presents The Churchills 2013
Churchill Club, Silicon Valley's premier business and technology forum, today announced the third annual Churchill Awards, a program that highlights excellence in leadership, innovation, collaboration, and social benefit, for the purpose of inspiring others. On September 26th this evening event will recognize four recipients of "The Churchills 2013."

Silicon Valley's Churchill Club Presents "Changing the Game" and "The Churchills 2013"
Churchill Club, Silicon Valley's premier business and technology forum, today announced both their "Changing the Game" conference and, a Bay Area favorite, the "The Churchills 2013." On September 26th a day-long conference will begin with a series of thought-provoking expressions of power, from personal, to organizational, and more

Mars Rover Curiosity Equipped with Vaisala's Pressure and Humidity Sensors
Vaisala has a presence in examining the Martian atmosphere as the Mars Rover Curiosity is equipped with Vaisala BAROCAP® and HUMICAP® pressure and humidity sensors

Intersil Rad-Hard Technology Supports Historic Curiosity Mission
Intersil Corporation (NASDAQ: ISIL), a world leader in the design and manufacture of high performance analog and mixed signal semiconductors, today announced it has 34 unique radiation-hardened and single-event effects hardened ICs onboard the latest space mission, Mars Science Laboratory (Curiosity).

Unity Powers NASA Virtual Mars Rover Experience
Unity Technologies, provider of the Unity multi-platform engine and development tools, today announced that NASA's virtual Mars rover experience was developed with Unity. It will debut online via the Unity Web Player in conjunction with the landing of the most advanced rover ever sent to Mars.

Dell Helps to Power NASA’s Latest Mission to Mars

$2.5bn 'self-steering' Mars rover to land on red planet on August 5
NASA has released a gripping new video that describes a 2.5billion-dollar Mars rover's entry, descent and landing on the red planet, also known as the 'seven minutes of terror.'

Mars rover to land closer to its ultimate destination
NASA has narrowed the target for its most advanced Mars rover, Curiosity, which will land on the Red Planet in August.

12-mile-high dust devil captured on Mars
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter last month snapped a dust devil - 12 miles high - thundering across the surface of the red planet.

Salty soils on Mars 'could be sucking water out of its atmosphere'
The frigid McMurdo Dry Valleys in Antarctica are a cold, polar desert, yet the sandy soils there are often speckled with moist patches in the spring despite a lack of snowmelt and no possibility of rain, researchers say.

NASA probe could confirm 'conditions for life' do exist in Mars
A new NASA probe due to land on Mars' surface in August is set to prove for the first time that methane clouds form over the surface of the planet in summer months - meaning the conditions for life unquestionably exist.

NASA's Mars rover feels wrath of massive solar storm
It was not only Earth, which was impacted by radiations from the recent solar storm, but also NASA's Mars-Bound rover 'Curiosity', researchers say.

'Million bulb torch' to look for life on mars
Laser beam with an energy of a million lightbulbs will now determine the existence of life on Mars, a new study has revealed.

2 new NASA missions to probe how Mars turned hostile
NASA is set to launch two new missions to investigate how mars, which could have once harboured life, turned hostile.

Mars' Gale crater to soon become our neighbourhood that we roam in
The Gale crater, which has been sitting just below the equator of Mars for at least three and half billion years, will soon become our neighbourhood when NASA's next Mars rover lands on the planet in August 2012, according to a scientist.

NASA names Gale Crater as Mars Rover's next landing site
NASA has announced that it has made a final decision on the landing destination for the next Mars Rover - at the foot of a mountain inside a 96-mile-wide crater named Gale.

NASA set to end attempts to contact Mars Exploration Rover Spirit
NASA is set to end attempts to contact long-lived Mars Exploration Rover Spirit, which last communicated on March 22, 2010.

NASA's Mars Orbiter completes 5-yr mark
NASA's prolific Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has completed five years of circling the Red Planet.

Radioisotope 'space battery' to power Curiosity's ambitious Mars expedition
NASA's Mars Science Laboratory mission, which is scheduled to launch this week, may be the most productive Mars surface mission in history, thanks to its nuclear heat and power source.

Now, NASA's rover to blast Mars rocks with laser
NASA's next rover will blast Martian rocks with a rock-zapping laser instrument.

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