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google co founder sergey brin is reportedly building his own secret airship Google co-founder Sergey Brin is reportedly building his own secret airship
THE VERGE Google co-founder Sergey Brin is secretly building his own giant airship inside a NASA... 2 hours
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Make Mars Livable with Asteroids: Researchers Propose Terraforming Plan
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China's Cargo Craft Docks with Space Lab
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Interdisciplinary studies reveal relationship between solar activity and climate change
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Preliminary results of Breakthrough Listen project released
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Can plastic roads help save the planet?
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Study: Early organic carbon got deep burial in mantle
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Saturn Moon Tethys' Giant Canyon Snakes into Darkness in Cassini Photo
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Hole in One! Mars Orbiter Spies Opportunity Rover's Crater Landing Site (Photo)
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Happy Birthday, Canadarm2! Spacecraft-Grabbing Robotic Arm Turns 16
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An Aurora Called 'Steve'? Strange Sky Phenomenon Investigated
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PHOTOS: Incredible images from the Hubble Space Telescope
ABC NEWS Launched 27 years ago, the Hubble has captured stars, planets and galaxies. 1 day
Space station astronauts science their way into record book - CNET
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Cassini completes final—and fateful—Titan flyby
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'Celestial Sleuth' credits Messier with discovery 238 years after the fact
PHYS.ORG The Ring Nebula is one of the most spectacular deep-sky objects in the heavens. It is easily located by backyard astronomers, intensely studied by astrophysicists and... 1 day
Solar System’s Heliosphere Much More Compact, Rounded than Previously Thought
SCI-NEWS.COM Many stars show tails that trail behind them like a comet’s tail, supporting the idea that... 1 day
canadian space agency narrows astronaut candidates down to 17 Canadian Space Agency narrows astronaut candidates down to 17
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Astronaut breaks US space record, gets call from Trump (Update)
PHYS.ORG Astronaut Peggy Whitson broke the U.S. record Monday for most time in space and talked up Mars during a congratulatory call from President Donald Trump. 1 day
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What can we learn from dinosaur proteins?
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White House Calling! Astronaut Peggy Whitson Gets Congrats from President Trump & Ivanka
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Galaxy S8 preorder numbers: How you like them apples? - CNET
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NASA's Cassini, Voyager missions suggest new picture of sun's interaction with galaxy
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Trump talks about Mars mission on call with record-breaking astronaut
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Astronaut breaks US space record, gets call from Trump
ABC NEWS NASA's new record-holder for most time in space received congratulatory call from President Donald Trump 1 day
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Flat NASA Budgets Pose Risk to Researchers
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Peggy Whitson’s Historic Records as a NASA Astronaut | Video
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Trump calls space station to congratulate record-setting astronaut - CNET
CNET Commander Peggy Whitson broke the record for longest cumulative stay in space by a US astronaut today, logging her 534th day. 1 day
Mars rover's landing hardware still visible 13 years later - CNET
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Cassini mission revealed Saturn's secrets
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Cassini completes final—and fateful—Titan flyby
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Oceans galore: new study suggests most habitable planets may lack dry land
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NASA sees the formation of early Atlantic Ocean Tropical Depression 1
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