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In this image made with a long exposure the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launches from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.  (Tim Shortt/Florida Today via AP) SpaceX launched a ...
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WASHINGTON — Legendary astronaut John Young, who walked on the moon and later commanded the first space shuttle flight, has died, according to a statement from NASA. Young ...
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(Marjorie Mariano/GoFundMe) A surfer in Hawaii was left with a large gash in her leg after she was attacked by a shark on New Year’s Eve. Hawaii News ...
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Get the Mach newsletter. SUBSCRIBE Driverless cars may be our future, but that doesn’t mean automakers have turned their backs on flesh-and-blood motorists. Now Nissan has come up ...
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Maude Roll. Photographed in the studio, in sections and showing details of the scroll. 25.6.10  (University of Canterbury) A team of British scientists are set to make the ...
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Get the Mach newsletter. SUBSCRIBE From the seas to mountain peaks, humans have colonized almost every inch of Earth’s surface. Now, humans may soon be able to routinely ...
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Artistic reconstruction of the tiny sea predator <em>Habelia optata</em>.  (Joanna Liang/Royal Ontario Museum) When Habelia optata first skittered into public consciousness more than a century ago, scientists didn’t know what ...
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MITWITZ, Germany — A handful of crumbling Cold War-era watchtowers peek out of forests and meadows at what was once the border separating East and West Germany. For ...
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A thin slice of ejecta deposited on the Isle of Skye, Scotland, 60 million years ago.  (Simon Drake) A remote island in Scotland bears traces of out-of-this-world minerals ...
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Get the Mach newsletter. SUBSCRIBE The past year has been a momentous one for science and technology. From the detection of gravitational waves (predicted almost a century ago ...
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