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A model of the satellite VELOX-II at the command centre at the NTU satellite research centre, which controls the school locally built satellite that were launch last year. Photo: Ernest Chua
The project team members at the command centre at the NTU satellite research centre, which controls the school locally built satellite that were launch last year.Photo: Ernest Chua.
Prof Low Kay Soon (C) with his team at the command centre at the NTU satellite research centre,which controls the school locally built satellite that were launch last year. Photo: Ernest Chua
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1843821_Tech in NTU’s 2 satellites clears tests, proves commercial viability
Tech in NTU’s 2 satellites clears tests, proves commercial viability

February 4

Lonely planet is finally linked to star

PARIS — Astronomers have found the widest-known solar system, with a huge planet so far away from its star that it takes nearly a million years to complete an orbit, says a new...

Astronomers spot widest solar system: Study

Astronomers spot widest solar system: Study

PARIS — Astronomers have found the widest-known solar system, with a huge planet so far from its star that it takes nearly a million years to complete an orbit, according to a...

Face value: How fertile women spot rivals

Face value: How fertile women spot rivals

PARIS — It is not only animals that rely on physical cues to gauge the fertility of potential rivals for a mate, an unusual study asserted today (Jan 27).

Scientists urge world to stop killer robots

Scientists urge world to stop killer robots

DAVOS (Switzerland) — The world must act quickly to avert a future in which autonomous robots with artificial intelligence roam the battlefields killing humans, scientists and...