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Top Speed Test: Bentley Continental SuperSports

You need a straight, flat piece of pavement to break 200 mph. A NASA Space Shuttle landing strip should do.

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NASA Is on a Quest to Build a Better Gear

It's the first, important step to building better robots.

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Vintage photos capture NASA's first space...
The original Moon rover never looked so good.
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Nissan and NASA team up on self-driving cars for...
Research team will study autonomous transport systems for planetary …
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Major changes for NASA Championships format in...
Race in Spec Miata, Spec E30, or American Iron? Got your sights set …
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Good enough for space. Good enough for driving.
If the American Optical Flight Goggles are good enough for Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, they ought to be good enough for you, too. I…
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Mine's the Silver One
A brief history of car colors through time (apologies to Prof. Hawking); NASA's possible link with cleansing automotive exhaust; and do…
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Toyota Tundra To Tow Space Shuttle Tomorrow
It looks like a Toyota Tundra pickup will be grabbing headlines tomorrow in what has to be one of the best promotional marketing coups …
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Playing With Gravity's Pull...
...in the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport and NASAs anti-gravity machine.
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Road & Track Special: The Space Edition
Here is your chance to own an exact copy of the Road & Track Special Edition that traveled to space on the last shuttle mission End…
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Your Future GM Mechanic?
Photo ¬©GM Next February human astronauts aboard the International¬†Space Station will have a helping hand from Robonaut 2, a new robot d…
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NASA Investigates Unintended Acceleration
The government has directed researchers at NASA and the National Academy of Sciences to figure out what causes unintended acceleration …
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NASA and National Academy of Sciences to Investigate Unintended Acceleration
Will government researchers catch something the world's automakers have missed?
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Will Your Car Last This Long? (Proportionately, that is.)
On January 24, 2010, NASAs Opportunity rover begins its sixth Earth year of exploring the surface of Mars. Opportunity has covered more…
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