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Machine intelligence on the ISS
PHYS.ORG Artificial intelligence already helping astronauts on the International Space Station is also providing a promising approach for solving crimes. In an era of security concerns across Europe, the smart use of police data is critical for uncovering leads.... 25 minutes
Astronaut Set to be First African American on Space Station Crew Removed from Flight
SPACE.COM A NASA astronaut who was slated to be the first African American to serve as a member of a crew... 11 hours
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A Space Magnet, Hunting Dark Matter, Turns Up Juicy Secrets of Cosmic Rays
SPACE.COM An experiment based on the International Space Station has turned up new results about the shape and character of mysterious cosmic rays. 15 hours
Space.com Talks with Astronaut Scott Tingle in Space Today!
SPACE.COM Today at 12:20 p.m. EST (1720 GMT), Space.com will make a long-distance connection with NASA astronaut Scott Tingle on the International Space Station, and we want you to join us!... 23 hours
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ESA Artificial intelligence already helping astronauts on the International Space Station is also providing a promising approach for solving crimes. In an era of security concerns across... 23 hours
A Space Magnet, Hunting Dark Matter, Turns Up Juicy Secrets of Cosmic Rays
LIVE SCIENCE An experiment based on the International Space Station has turned up new results about the shape and character of mysterious cosmic rays. 21 hours
China has a plan to clean up space junk with lasers
PHYS.ORG Orbital debris (aka. space junk) is one of the greatest problems facing space agencies today. After 60 years of sending rockets, boosters and satellites into space,... 2 days
SpaceX Dragon Capsule Returns to Earth After Space Station Delivery
SPACE.COM A SpaceX Dragon cargo ship left the International Space Station and headed back to Earth Saturday (Jan. 13) to wrap up a nearly month-long delivery mission for NASA. 6 days
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TechCrunch  SpaceX’s Dragon capsule has returned from the International Space Station as planned, after spending around a month docked... 6 days
SpaceX Dragon Cargo Ship Departs Space Station for Return to Earth
SPACE.COM A SpaceX Dragon cargo ship left the International Space Station and headed back to Earth Saturday (Jan. 13) to wrap up a nearly month-long delivery mission... 6 days
spacex delays commercial crew test flights to latter half of 2018 SpaceX delays commercial crew test flights to latter half of 2018
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There's a toy poodle on the space station for a cute reason - CNET
CNET Houston, we have a poodle. A stuffed toy dog gets to float around on the International Space Station as a... 1 week
'Guardians of the Galaxy' Groot and Rocket Inspire Space Station Science Contest
SPACE.COM Two characters from "Guardians of the Galaxy" are crossing over to the real-life International Space Station to help get kids engaged in science. A... 1 week
Image: Columbus module stripped
PHYS.ORG Inside the cylindrical modules of the International Space Station is the standard stuff of technology. Wires, cables and pumps form the framework of the one-of-a-kind European Columbus laboratory, seen here in its early days of assembly. 1 week
Astronauts conducting metallurgical experiments aboard ISS
PHYS.ORG Astronauts on the International Space Station have begun running an experiment that could shine new light on how metal alloys are formed. 1 week
Japanese astronaut apologizes for 'fake news' of height increase
REUTERS TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese astronaut Norishige Kanai, on a mission to the International Space Station, apologized on Wednesday... 1 week
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Astronaut shocked after growing 9cm in space
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U.S. cargo spacecraft set for departure from International Space Station
PHYS.ORG After delivering more than 4,800 pounds of science and supplies to the International Space Station, a SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft will depart the orbiting laboratory on Saturday, Jan.... 1 week
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What kind of color customizations do you hope to one day see in the Pixel line? [Poll]
9to5Google
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy may start early even without signs of concussions
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YouTube removes ‘Tide Pod Challenge’ videos that make you question humanity’s ‘intelligence’
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Avoid losing your Nintendo Switch’s tiny game cards with this DIY storage controller
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Latest Google Play services beta rolling out w/ fix for Chromecast-caused Wi-Fi issues, download here
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iMac Pro Compared to 5K iMac and MacBook Pro
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Italian watchdog launches probe into Apple & Samsung over ‘consumer reports’ of planned obsolescence
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After CES 2018, how close are we to the Jetsons? - CNET
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Watch an Atlas V rocket launch a missile-detecting satellite to orbit tonight
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Trump says Apple’s $350B US investment biggest ever, thanked Tim Cook with a phone call
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The Scientific Reason People Love Pimple-Popping Videos
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Watch Lara Croft defy death in the latest Tomb Raider trailer
THE VERGE
Best affordable Android phones you can buy [January 2018]
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2017 was 2nd-warmest across the globe since 1880, NASA says
CBC
How to Add a Quick Drawing or Sketch to an Email in the Mail App in iOS 11
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How Google’s Fuchsia OS has progressed: Pixelbook support, working browser, new UI elements
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NASA sees Tropical Cyclone Berguitta soaking Mauritius and Reunion Island
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Watch a robot made of DNA swing its arm
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North, east, south, west: The many faces of Abell 1758
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