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Eindhoven featured prominently in the allies' Operation Market Garden plan to invade Germany during World War II. Most of its historic buildings were destroyed at that time, opening things up for more experimental structures.
these days, everyone wants to be "Steve Austin"....
Once the bionic parts have worn out, you might need to consider one of these options.
Mars as it has never been seen before.
It may not be legal in your country to clone yourself...and other reasons why you can't have clone
Not to be out done, Juno weighs in with a flyover of Jupiter's pole
Even more Mars Porn.
Have programmers forgotten the expression "GIGO"? (Garbage In, Garbage Out)
Pictures of lunar landers and rovers probably still won't convince the naysayers.
Well, hand-grenaded and mortared, actually. More than once. And all the Moon ever did to us was send a few meteorites in our general direction....
"If we had this monster sitting at the centre of our Milky Way galaxy, it would appear 10 times brighter than a full moon. It would appear as an incredibly bright pin-point star that would almost wash out all of the stars in the sky."
Whether a Brown Dwarf or a Super Jupiter, this stellar companion is 540 million light years away, and astronomers can see it
23.5 degrees turns out to be "Just Right" for planets in the Goldilocks Zone
Dark Matter does not appear to affect star or planet formation, no matter how much or little of it there may be in different universes.
Wow. Ummm. Yeah. And you thought Futurama was a send-up of the genre!
All these worlds...except Europa....
Salamander genes to the rescue!
The Japanese ispace company want to start building Lunar Levittowns
If this test works, it will open up a while new era in the exploration of Mars
Article suggests frozen alien eggs are responsible for the Cambrian Explosion.
...this could mean that there's a universe out there with No Amazing Stories. Lets not go there.
EFF and John Scalzi team up to highlight the "right to repair". Did you know auto manufacturers own the copyright on your car's engine?
Down Under team expands the concept of the Big Ear on the cosmos
We may get sucked in to the Great Attractor, but the death of the sun will probably happen first
Now we know where some "rogue" planets come from
Back to the Moon by 2025?
Until you take a long view, it's difficult to appreciate just how far we've come in only 60 years
It's going to get harder and harder to tell the 'bots from the people....
As in the previous post...harder and harder...
A small handful of rocky planets, all slightly larger than the Earth, have become the likeliest abodes of extra-solar life.