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GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY TODAY - curated by Al Cannistra. A look through the window of new and enhance global technology. Improving life - or taking control? #SanAntonioONE #GlobalTechnologyToday #AlCannistra  
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Plasma Candle Melts Steel With the World's Hottest Flame | IE

Plasma Candle Melts Steel With the World's Hottest Flame | IE | GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY TODAY | Scoop.it
Made from an ultra-high frequency solid-state tesla coil, the plasma candle has the world's hottest flame.
Al Cannistra's insight:

Same stuff as the Galaxy-class USS Enterprise "High Energy Plasma"??? - now we have to go find some dilithium crystals... Warp drive cannot be too far away!
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NASA Spokesperson Says Agency Is Working on an “RV for the Moon”

NASA Spokesperson Says Agency Is Working on an “RV for the Moon” | GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY TODAY | Scoop.it
The first lunar settlers might live in the space version of an RV, which is currently being developed by JAXA, NASA, and Toyota.
Al Cannistra's insight:

Perfect for a post-virus weekend getaway….

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Virgin Galactic Spaceship Cabin Design Reveal

Join a virtual walkthrough of SpaceShipTwo Unity's cabin, curated by our design team.
Want to fly to space with us? Join our community of Spacefarers to take One Small Step towards reserving your seat on our flights. More info; https://virgingalactic.com/smallstep/
Al Cannistra's insight:

right now, i am not interested in flying anywhere - but for this, 30 minutes notice is all that is required....

(suggested start at 21:30)

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Scientists: Flying By Venus to Get to Mars Would Be Cheaper, Faster

Scientists: Flying By Venus to Get to Mars Would Be Cheaper, Faster | GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY TODAY | Scoop.it
In a new white paper, a team of researchers argue that flying by Venus on future crewed missions to Mars could make a lot of sense.
Al Cannistra's insight:

on your way to Mars, just swing by Venus....  of course!

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