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Space Travel and Exploration

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Michael Belfiore

Back in November, following SpaceX’s first launch of a geostationary satellite, CEO Elon Musk said in a call with reporters that his company would attempt to bring back the first stage booster rocket on its next International Space Station supply mis

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Michael Belfiore

The bots were babies this year, for the most part needing lots of human help just to get from place to place. But DARPA Deputy Director Steven Walker told me at the event that he fully expects the machines to be zipping around like the Boston Dyanmic

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arclein

Mount Sumeru and other mystical mountains discussed in Buddhism are sometimes said to be real structures in the cosmos made of substances not easily perceived by mankind and which thus appear as gaping holes.

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http://www.dvice.com, Travis Andrews

Hey, robots! We know you’re trying to replace the human farmer with your mechanical crop dusting and berry plucking. You’ll never know what it means to feel the dirt between your fingers (mostly because you don’t have any). But that doesn't seem to b

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arclein

The results come at the right time for NASA's Dawn mission, which is on its way to Ceres now after spending more than a year orbiting the large asteroid Vesta. Dawn is scheduled to arrive at Ceres in the spring of 2015, where it will take the closes

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