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SpaceX Satellite Launch Lights Up Night Sky, Social Media

When SpaceX launched a rocket carrying an Argentine Earth-observation satellite from California’s Central Coast, both the night sky and social media lit up. People as far away as San Francisco, Sacramento, Phoenix

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NASA Addresses Unexplained Space Station Hole but Mystery Remains Unsolved

NASA sought on Wednesday to tamp down speculation that sabotage caused a tiny hole found last month in the side of a Russian module docked at the International Space Station, but the

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Hubble Space Telescope’s New Observing Campaign Is Aimed at Early Galaxy Formations

A galaxy cluster embedded in the middle of nearly 8,000 galaxies scattered across space and time Hubble Space Telescope has embarked on a new campaign to help astronomers better understand the

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Scientists Discover Exoplanet Twice as Big as Earth

Using data from NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope, an international team of scientists has discovered a new exoplanet twice the size of Earth and about 145 light years away. The exoplanet Wolf

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Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Leaks Detail the Flagship SoC Ahead of Its CES 2017 Launch

Chipmaker Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 835 mobile processor, set to power most of the premium smartphones in 2017, has been detailed in several leaks ahead of its showcase at CES 2017

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Nasa’s Scott Kelly Shares Photo of First Flower Grown in Space

Over the weekend, Nasa astronaut Scott Kelly shared an image of a blooming flower that the crew of the International Space Station has managed to grow. This is the first

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What are the ingredients to the smart kitchen?

I returned from my first CES exhausted and underwhelmed. I spent a week walking miles (so said my FitBit) of exhibit space to explore the newest tech products with an

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Japanese mattress adjusts air pressure for better rest

There are plenty of apps that aim to give you a better night’s sleep, but Japanese manufacturer Molten Corp has gone one step further and made a smart mattress. The

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U.S. regulators could waive some safety rules for self-driving cars

The U.S. Transportation Department said on Thursday it may waive some vehicle safety rules to allow more driverless cars to operate on U.S. roads as part of a broader effort

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New Sensor May Detect Cancer From Breath

In the future, it may become possible for an individual to easily check their health by connecting a sensor to a smartphone or other device. There are also hopes that

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