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New NASA tech could help drones make safe emergency landing

Washington, May 29 NASA scientists are building technology to help drones land safely in case these unmanned aircraft systems suddenly develop mechanical problems.

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New NASA tech could help drones make safe emergency landing

New NASA tech could help drones make safe emergency landing

Washington, May 29 NASA scientists are building technology to help drones land safely in case these unmanned aircraft systems suddenly develop mechanical problems. ...

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Chinese space telescope to observe 'big eaters'

Chinese space telescope to observe 'big eaters'

Beijing, May 29 China's new space telescope will probe many mysteries of the universe, including the belching "big eaters" -- active galactic nuclei at the most remote edges of the universe. ...

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Microsoft plans to store data in DNA

Microsoft plans to store data in DNA

New York, May 27 Microsoft is planning to start storing its data on strands of DNA within the next few years, the company's computer architects have revealed. ...

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NASA's lunar orbiter camera survives meteoroid hit

NASA's lunar orbiter camera survives meteoroid hit

Washington, May 27 Scientists have determined that the camera aboard NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) was hit in 2014 by a tiny meteoroid, a small natural object in space. ...

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NASA's Juno probe finds Earth-sized storms over Jupiter poles

NASA's Juno probe finds Earth-sized storms over Jupiter poles

Washington, May 26 Jupiter's poles are covered in Earth-sized swirling storms that are densely clustered and rubbing together, reveals first science results from NASA's Juno mission to the largest planet in our solar ...

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Astronomers find galaxies creating stars at furious pace

Astronomers find galaxies creating stars at furious pace

New York, May 25 A team of astronomers has discovered a new kind of galaxies which, although extremely old -- formed less than a billion years after the Big Bang -- create stars more than a hundred times faster than o...

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NASA moves up launch of mission to metal asteroid

NASA moves up launch of mission to metal asteroid

Washington, May 25 NASA has announced plans to launch its mission to a unique metal asteroid a year ahead of the original schedule. ...

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Cassini observes solstice arriving at Saturn

Cassini observes solstice arriving at Saturn

Washington, May 25 NASA's Cassini spacecraft has reached a new milestone as it observed Saturn's solstice -- that is, the longest day of summer in the northern hemisphere and the shortest day of winter in the southern...

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'$19.1 billion budget positive for NASA'

'$19.1 billion budget positive for NASA'

Washington, May 24 At $19.1 billion, NASA has a very positive budget, said the agency's acting Administrator Robert Lightfoot after President Donald Trump released his fiscal 2018 budget request for the federal govern...

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First human ancestors evolved in Europe, not in Africa: Study

First human ancestors evolved in Europe, not in Africa: Study

Toronto, May 23 Based on an analysis of 7.2-million-year-old fossil remains, a new study claims that the split of the common lineage of great apes and humans probably occurred in Europe and not -- as customarily assum...

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3.3-million-year-old fossil unravels origins of human spine

3.3-million-year-old fossil unravels origins of human spine

New York, May 23 An analysis of a 3.3 million years old fossil skeleton has revealed portions of the human spinal structure that enable efficient walking motions were established much earlier than previously thought. ...

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Did Earth form from a donut-shaped planetary object?

Did Earth form from a donut-shaped planetary object?

New York, May 23 Early in its history, our home planet was likely a huge, spinning, donut-shaped mass of hot, vaporised rock, now called a "synestia", according to a new study. ...

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Orbital details of TRAPPIST-1's outermost planet confirmed

Orbital details of TRAPPIST-1's outermost planet confirmed

Washington, May 23 Using NASA's Kepler space telescope, scientists have confirmed that the outermost and least understood planet in the TRAPPIST-1 system orbits its star every 19 days. ...

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NASA astronauts gear up for emergency spacewalk on Tuesday

NASA astronauts gear up for emergency spacewalk on Tuesday

Washington, May 22 Two astronauts aboard the International Space Station will conduct an emergency spacewalk on Tuesday to replace a failed data relay box which is part of a system to control key station hardware, NAS...

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T-shirt that monitors breathing in real time

T-shirt that monitors breathing in real time

Toronto, May 20 Researchers have created a smart T-shirt that monitors the wearer's respiratory rate in real time and works without any wires, electrodes or sensors attached to the user's body. ...

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