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Connecting the entire world to the internet by way of solar-powered drones with fricking laser beams attached to their heads sounds more like an Austin Powers plotline than an actual ...
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Buried under a mile of rock in an old South Dakotan gold mine, the Large Underground Xenon (LUX) experiment has been looking for the telltale signs of elusive dark matter particles for ...
Thu 21 Jul 16 from Gizmag
SpaceX finally has made good on its delivery of a space station docking port.
Wed 20 Jul 16 from Phys.org
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Thu 21 Jul 16 from ABC Science
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