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Machine learning technology helps NASA locate a planetary system with as many planets as our own.
While Musk heads for Mars, other companies are working on Lunar Landers.
New computer switch can 'learn' like brain synapses do.
New algae "batteries" are five times more powerful
Dark energy from other galaxies is invading the Milky Way
HAL is approved by the FDA. ("Let's cross the street, HAL. Cross the street, HAL. HAL?"
A UK company plans to use drones to salvage non-working satellites
This looks like the device Mark Watney used to keep warm in The Martian
12,800 years ago (give or take a few months), pieces of a disintegrating comet hit the Earth and triggered an "impact winter"
In less than a month, the Mars InSight Lander will begin its journey.
Astronomers are using a new theory of high energy particle physics to develop multi-messenger astronomy
HEY! who let Ray Palmer into the room? The Pentagon has had a program for serious investigation. The result so far? People (still) just want to believe!
Self-sustaining buildings. Got a big meeting coming up? Grow another room!
Genetically Modified Organism - sounds pretty scary. This documentary offers a science-based explanation.
Unmanned space vehicles will increasingly need to think for themselves the farther from Earth they get.
RZ Piscium - eater of worlds. A star in the constellation Pisces provides a view into early planetary formation,
Engines AND motors, to be more precise.
The theory of Panpsychism suggests that your couch may be thinking about you.
The James Webb Space Telescope is getting ready to fly
Gravity made me do it: Jupiter explains its jet stream reversal
Mathematical models determine that two planets in the Trappis-1 system are the most likely to support life.
Better funding may be the key to the fountain of youth.
Introducing a better way to study gravitational lensing.
Lunar lava tubes may provide access to underground glaciers...perhaps even Selenites
Look into my eye: is that a heart attack you see in there?
It's origami nanobots!
Depending upon where you live, you could find yourself owning beach front property
This series of papers argues that the singularity will never happen - at least not the ways we've been imagining it up till now.
Recent analysis demonstrates that eliminating freon actually worked!
Black Holes may not be as strong as once thought - but get too near one and it hardly matters