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2 hrs ago | Swissinfo
Note that you can only reproduce articles signed "[journalist], swissinfo.ch" If you wish to use more articles per week, please feel free to contact us Swiss-made camera heads to ISS before burning up 29.46.2014 A camera made by Swiss space technology company RUAG is on board the European space freighter that will be launched on Wednesday.
5 hrs ago | New Scientist
Europe is getting out of the outer space delivery business. The European Space Agency's final unmanned Automated Transfer Vehicle is set to blast off tonight from Kourou, French Guiana, to the International Space Station.
Some Parkview Lane residents in Pettyville would like to close at least part of the street to keep all-terrain vehicles out and stop further road deterioration.
The exotic "Slingshot" was unleashed before 5,000 dealers at the company's annual product show at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
One of four people charged with beating and leaving a 40-year-old man in the woods to die in Forest County is asking to change his plea.
If Eduard Frauneder weren't a chef, he'd spend more time being pulled across the water by a kite.
For years, Europeans have made crazy track-day specials and bonkers trikes their own playground, while we Americans were stuck with nothing but spec Miatas.
Two lifeboat crews were forced to divert from their journey to an event in Beadnell yesterday after a kite surfer got into difficulty.
From soft-drink commercials to dirt road races, Taylor Clark has seen all-terrain vehicles "airing it out" over sand dunes, coming down for "big hits" in mud bogs, and "parting the waves" through shallow creeks.
It happened on Roselawn Street Southwest in Winter Haven. The trailer is described as a 2006 12 foot black "Emerson" style trailer.
In the final day of races, the majority of the fleet got overpowered by the big kites as the breeze reached over 18 knots.
Everyone peered out over the froth as the waves continually rolled onto the smooth, sandy shore.
The Bridge of the Gods Kiteboarding Festival attracts competitors from around the world, some of whom are amateurs who can go pro by beating out their competition.
Good day and welcome to Arctic Cat's Fiscal 2015 First Quarter Earnings Call. Today's presentation is being recorded.
Kiteboarders are pushing back against bans in the protected waters off Cape Cod, but federal officials say the prohibitions are necessary because the kites scare away piping plovers and other threatened or endangered shorebirds from their traditional nesting areas.
The Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area will be featured on "Fisher's ATV World" at 9 a.m. Sunday on Discovery's Destination America channel.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 10:09 am
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