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    An animation showing the Ares V rocket, NASA’s next launch vehicle to carry heavy cargo to the moon and beyond, in flight.

  • Energy-Efficiency Technologies Panel

    The panel presented highlights of technologies and approaches to energy-efficient building, featuring John Sterman, Jay W. Forrester Professor of Management and engineering systems director, System Dynamics Group; Nicholas Gayeski, doctoral candidate in Building Technology Program; Walt Henry, Department of Facilities; and Harvey Michaels, Department of Urban Studies and Planning and MITEI. This discussion took place on January 14, 2009, as part of Energy Futures Week.

  • Building NASA's Future

    Engineers at Kennedy Space Center, in Florida, are constructing Ares I-X, a test flight rocket that is part of NASA’s plan to return humans to the moon, and then travel to Mars and beyond.

  • Solar Power Technology

    Richard Swanson, founder of SunPower, in San Jose, CA, discusses his company’s solar-panel technology for building efficient solar plants.

  • Designing for the Cloud

    Stephen Cass, senior editor of special projects at TR, interviews Dwight Merriman, CEO and cofounder of 10Gen, a startup that is developing a database designed to cope with the idiosyncrasies of cloud computing.

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