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MOON STEP
NASA Asks for More than a Billion Dollars to Return to the Moon

The agency wants a lunar landing by 2024, but first it will need a whole lot of money from Congress.

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Elon Musk Wants Global Broadband Internet. Here's His First Step

SpaceX's Starlink satellite network will have its first launch on Wednesday.

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NASA Takes Groundbreaking Photos of Mars' Weirdest Moon

Is Phobos actually an asteroid or a chunk of the red planet itself? These images could provide crucial clues.

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Meet Salvador Dali. Or at Least, a Very Convincing Fake

A museum in Florida uses deepfake technology to digitally bring the surrealist back from the dead.

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Scientists Blasted a Bunch of Super Lasers to Make This Exotic Space Ice

The experiment could help us learn more about Uranus, Neptune, and other gas giant planets in our galaxy.

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The Autobahn Just Became Electric

A section of the German highway can now directly charge passing trucks.

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Welp, Now We Have 20,000 Potentially Dangerous Asteroids to Worry About

Even better news: There are probably a ton more that scientists haven't found yet.

Google Hosts Its Annual I/O Developers Conference
Here's How to Watch Google's 2019 I/O Developer Conference Live

Get a sneak peek at the company's upcoming hardware and software.

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Scientists Figured Out How to Make Neural Networks 90 Percent Smaller—but Just as Smart

Now that AI can get the job done without the dead weight, the applications could be huge.

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Watch Concrete Blow Up When Heated (and See Why It Happens)

The new research could result in more fire-safe concrete.

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An Asteroid Will Come Incredibly Close to Earth in 2029

Grazing by some of our satellites, this asteroid has scientists excited.

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China Is Sending a Spacecraft to Visit Our Nearest Asteroid Neighbor

The mission could tell us a lot more about how the solar system formed.

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NASA Says Two of Its Rockets Failed Because of Metals Fraud

According to the agency, a contractor lied about the quality of its metals for years, causing two failed rocket launches.

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The Moon May Have Formed From a Molten Magma Ocean on Earth
New research solves a longstanding mystery about the moon's makeup by proposing that the Earth had a molten crust when the moon was for…
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Maybe the First Discovered Exomoon Doesn't Exist After All

A new analysis casts doubt on the discovery of the first moon orbiting a planet in a different solar system.

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NASA Worries the Earth Could Be Hit by a Big Meteor Every 60 Years

These chunks of space rock won't destroy the planet, but they could cause some serious damage.

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The Russian Navy Might Be Recruiting Whales as Spies
A group of fishermen in Norway found a whale wearing a harness from St. Petersburg. It wouldn't be the first time a navy relied on anim…
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Dark Matter Scientists Observe the Rarest Event in History

A dark matter detector in Italy has observed a once-in-a-billion-billion-lifetimes event.

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How To Crash Test a Million-Dollar Supercar

An inside look at the tricks and techniques used to avoid smashing millions of dollars worth of cars.

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This Amazing Working Cardboard Gearbox Shows What's Happening Deep Inside Your Car

A custom gearbox built out of cardboard lets you see all the inner workings.

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NASA Is Preparing for a Fake Asteroid Impact
At an upcoming planetary defense conference, NASA, FEMA, and a collection of other agencies will attempt to defend the Earth from a hyp…
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This Is the First-Ever Simulation of an Entire Gene
A group of researchers from Los Alamos National Laboratory have used a supercomputer to create a simulation that features more than a b…
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You Can Drive This Trash Robot With Just an Internet Connection

AltruBots are designed to let anyone chip in and help clean up our world's waterways.

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Scientists Made Bubbles of Sand, and That's a Big Deal

A group of scientists proved that sand can form lava lamp-style bubbles, which could have applications in geology and pharmaceuticals.

Spacex Prepares For First Manned Spaceflight With NASA Astronauts
SpaceX's Explosive 'Anomaly' Could Delay the U.S.'s Return To Crewed Spaceflight

The U.S. hasn't launched a crewed space mission for nearly 8 years—and now we might have to wait a bit longer.

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Giant Meteor Explodes Over East Coast

The green fireball was seen by hundreds of people from Vermont to South Carolina.

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Earth Was Hit by an Interstellar Asteroid Years Ago, Scientists Claim

Researchers calculate that an asateroid from beyond our solar system burned up in the atmosphere in 2014.

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