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A Windsor Mill man, a former NASA employee, has pleaded guilty in Delaware federal court to buying more than a million dollars' worth of pirated software from black-market Chinese vendors who themselves were indicted Wednesday in federal court in...
Are you the parent of a current high school sophomore who is interested in making a difference? They may want to consider joining the Leadership U Class of 2012. Leadership U is an exciting leadership development, teambuilding and community service...
At 5:40 in the morning, the dream team at Dunkin' Donuts on Route 1 was running plays. Dee Slater, a 28-year fixture at the store, fills the quarterback, coach and cheerleader slot. Her four teammates, all lean, quick and responsive, know their...
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Regarding your recent article about the Essex SkyPark, I would like to clarify the Essex SkyPark Association's understanding of the Shapiro property easement ("Members fret over Balto. Co. plans to close Essex Skypark," Jan. 4). The easement was prepared...
NASA is warning of a large solar flare expected to impact Earth on Wednesday night or Thursday morning, potentially disturbing radio communication, GPS and power grids. A phenomenon known as a coronal mass ejection associated with a solar flare...
NASA awarded a contract Monday to Science Systems and Applications Inc. to help observe the atmosphere and the sun. The job is worth up to $103 million for the Lanham-based company. Science Systems will design and maintain technology orbiting the...
Half a century ago, the future was an oft-discussed topic. There would be flying cars in skyways that would have replaced our highways. Colonies in space or on the moon? Heck, there was serious talk of commuting to and from space stations. Oh yeah, there...
Thanks to reporter Candus Thomson for her Maryland Weather Blog about Friday morning's opportunity to see the International Space Station fly over our region ("Get a glimpse of the International Space Station," Dec. 1). My husband and I went out to...
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Get outside Wednesday and Thursday nights for chances to view the International Space Station fly over the region. Wednesday, the spacecraft will appear as a bright, swiftly moving light on the northwest horizon just before 9:44 p.m. It will move three-...
Maryland WeatherFrom The Sun's print editions: Baltimore Sun reporter Candus Thomson offers this guest post: The International Space Station will make three evening appearances of at least three minutes this weekend in the skies above Baltimore. The first fly-by comes...
What lies at the center of that giant ball of gas we call Jupiter? When you cut through the incredibly dense atmosphere of Venus, what's happening on the planet surface? These are the questions that dance in the mind of Johns Hopkins University student...
As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, March 22, 1962: William Fertig, president of the Optimist Club, presented a plaque to C. Milton Wright for outstanding community service for his work in regard to youth betterment in Harford County....
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