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SwRI study finds that Pluto satellites’ orbital ballet may hint of long-ago collisions
SwRI planetary scientists have developed a new model of Pluto’s five satellites
Juno spacecraft to slingshot past Earth en route to Jupiter
On Oct. 9, 2013, the Juno spacecraft will fly past the Earth for a gravity-assist boost that will slingshot the probe onward to Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system.
SwRI adds five chambers for deep water simulation testing
SwRI now offers five additional chambers for high-pressure, high-temperature testing of oil country tubular goods and subsea technologies.
SwRI to launch Automotive Consortium for Embedded Security™ (ACES)
SwRI to hold information exchange meeting on Automotive Consortium for Embedded Security (ACES).
CYGNSS hurricane satellite mission passes key review milestone
NASA mission to advance hurricane forecasting and tracking methods
SwRI deploys novel vehicle-to-grid aggregation system
SwRI has deployed the first SAE-compliant electric vehicle aggregation system that provides bidirectional power using direct current fast charging technology
SwRI study suggests debris flows on frozen arctic sand dunes are similar to dark dune spot-seepage flows on Mars
Snow or frost can melt to form debris flows on sunward-facing slopes of sand dunes in the Alaskan arctic at air temperatures colder than the melting point of water.
IBEX spacecraft measures changes in the direction of interstellar winds buffeting our solar system
Turbulence in the interstellar cloud may be affecting wind direction
Breslof receives SRA International Hartford-Nicholsen Award
Award to bestowed at 2013 SRA International Annual Meeting held Oct. 26–30 in New Orleans
DARPA selects Southwest Research Institute to support DARPA Robotics Challenge
SwRI to develop and support the test apparatuses used to evaluate competitors