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In the summer of 1957, the Earth stood witness as a meteorite cratered in rural Pennsylvania, bringing with it a people-eating plague never seen: an alien amoeba with the taste for human flesh....

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NASA and NOAA know that multi-day weather forecasts can be crucial to tracking hurricanes and their aftermath, and they're about to significantly boost the reliability of those forecasts....

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Remember the volcanic eruptions of Eyjafjallajökull, back in 2010? Those whose flights were cancelled in the chaos probably retain a mild annoyance. Those in the industry caught in the crossfire,...

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Shifting Schedules NASA has made steady progress on their Space Launch System (SLS) and Orion spacecraft since completing the critical design review of the former back in 2015. Both the rocket and spacecraft...

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Jetting Off Five companies have been awarded contracts by NASA that will fund research into ways of powering the Deep Space Gateway. A total of $ 2.4 million was awarded to Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Orbital...

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“Closer Than You Think” Today at the Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal, Jeff Holden, Uber’s head of product, announced updates to the ride-hailing company’s Elevate project. As the name...

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Uber wants to start testing its flying cars by 2020, and now, the firm is reportedly working with NASA to help it achieve that goal. The ride-sharing firm signed has a deal with NASA to develop an air...

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They say the best revenge is living well, and so in the midst of its ongoing and messy breakup with London, Uber has proven it's doing just fine thank you very much by signing an agreement...

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NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft, which famously flew by Pluto in 2015, is now heading toward a very old, icy object at the edge of the Solar System — and the space agency wants your help...

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Holey Relief In 1987, 197 countries signed the Montreal Protocol, an international agreement to stop releasing chemicals that were eating away a hole in our planet’s ozone layer. In a rare scientific...