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Glenn Fleishman reports on cutting-edge technology and the history of printing from his home in Seattle. Glenn has written about the future of nanosats, the recent thaw of works into the public domain and 19th century typesetter competitions for Fast Company, the Economist, Fortune, Smithsonian and many others. Photo credit: Lynn Warner.

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Built to Last: How JPL Missions Survive Deep Space

Scientists with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) have performed long-distance tinkering on many projects, helping to extend the life of those probes and satellites many times beyond their original scheduled missions.
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