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How the Historic First Spacewalk Worked (Infographic)

91d ago - On March 18, 1965, cosmonaut Alexei Leonov became the first person ever exit a space vehicle and... | Culture
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Assembling a 40 Year-Old Rocket Engine Design | Time-Lapse Video

92d ago - Engineers at Aerojet Rocketdyne assemble the ‘RS-25’ a.k.a. Shuttle Main Engine engine at NASA's... | Culture
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Filmwatch Contest Details

Now - Age of Ultron is coming to Blu-ray. And we have something special in store for it's arrival. Come find out details on Filmwatch. | Promoted post
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German group's Floppy Organ made from discarded floppy disk drives

100d ago - A German technology group unveiled its latest creation: The Floppy Organ, a musical instrument ma... | Culture
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KFC Tray Typer keyboard is finger clickin’ good

104d ago - It's a first world solution to a first world problem: a super-thin, rechargeable Bluetooth keyboa... | Culture
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Collider art - The lightshow inspired by Cern

105d ago - An art project inspired by work being done with the Large Hadron Collider at the Centre For Nucle... | Culture
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Ever Wonder How You'd Go To The Bathroom On The Space Station?

111d ago - It is a truth universally acknowledged that everyone hears the call of nature. Even in space. How... | Culture
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Living on an Alien Planet: Exoplanet Kepler-186f (Infographic)

112d ago - Located 500 light-years from Earth, Kepler-186f was the first Earth-sized planet found to be orbi... | Culture
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A View That Puts Window Seats to Shame

113d ago - Crossing the US in an open-air, two-seat aeroplane afforded an extraordinary look at the world be... | Culture
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'Skyglow' Kickstarter Takes On Light Pollution of the Night Sky

113d ago - After spending years wowing the astronomy world with gorgeous time-lapse views of the stars, two... | Culture
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DARPA’s self-steering bullet hits the target every time

126d ago - DARPA has managed to create a bullet, which can be fired by an expert or a novice, that moves in... | Culture
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Ceres Bright Spots' Origins Still Unknown

134d ago - Orbiting into the daylight side of the dwarf planet, NASA's Dawn probe acquired new images of the... | Culture
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Dawn glimpses Ceres' north pole

134d ago - After spending more than a month in orbit on the dark side of dwarf planet Ceres, NASA's Dawn spa... | Culture
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The Rolling Robot From The Star Wars Trailer Actually Exists

137d ago - "Remember that incredibly neat soccer-ball lookin’ robot from the Star Wars: The Force Awakens tr... | Culture
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Hubble Space Telescope Is A Rock Star

139d ago - Through 25 years on-orbit, the Space Telescope has repeatedly changed our understanding of the Un... | Culture
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Is Pluto Really Red? Chemistry Says It Could Be

140d ago - Ground-based and Hubble images of Pluto suggest it might be the reddest object in the Solar Syste... | Culture
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Fishing for Space Junk: New Nets Capture Old Satellites (Video)

143d ago - The European Space Agency has gone fishin' — for space junk. | Culture
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The Surprisingly Complex Process of Changing an IMAX Projector Light Bulb

144d ago - Filmmaker John Ruddock at the Tech Museum in San Jose, California highlights the surprisingly com... | Culture
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Could tech lift the lid on bee behaviour?

148d ago - Bees play an important role in much of the food we eat, but what happens inside the hive remains... | Culture
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What if these 80s Apple concepts came to light?

148d ago - When it comes to design, Apple has always been at the forefront with modern and elegant themes, w... | Culture
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Forget Apple and Google, Disney has already mastered wearable tech

150d ago - Heading to Disney World? You'll want a MagicBand - Disney's own wearable tech that provides acces... | Culture
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Looking for a great Pokemon Community?

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Breakthrough for understanding whale communication

150d ago - We all know that whales navigate and communicate through sound. But scientists are still trying t... | Culture
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Little Girl Gets An Amazing Purple And Pink 3D-Printed Arm

153d ago - Another day, another life changed thanks to ubiquitous 3D printing. This time makers made a littl... | Culture
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Japanese workers living in internet cafes should cure your first world problems

164d ago - According to a 2007 survey by Japan's Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, some 5,400 people li... | Culture
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Ring of light: Total eclipse over Svalbard islands in Arctic (Images)

164d ago - Sky-gazers looked up in awe Friday as the moon blocked the sun in a total solar eclipse that mome... | Culture
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3D printing helps build the Sagrada Familia

164d ago - Construction of the Sagrada Familia church in Barcelona began in 1882 and the building is still u... | Culture

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