Boeing to Build Spacecraft at NASA Shuttle Hangar
Boeing to Build Spacecraft at NASA Shuttle Hangar

ORLANDO, Fla. –  Boeing will announce an agreement with Space Florida on Monday to lease the hangar that housed the space shuttles to bui...

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As world population passes 7 billion, two strategies make for a sustainable future
As world population passes 7 billion, two strategies make for a sustainable future

Ensuring that women make their own choices about child-bearing and cutting waste are two important ways to ease the challenges of a more ...

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CERN boffins re-running neutrino speed test
CERN boffins re-running neutrino speed test

In the wake of September’s surprising experimental results that suggested the observation of faster-than-light neutrinos, CERN has announ...

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Asteroid Lutetia May Have A Molten Core
Asteroid Lutetia May Have A Molten Core

Way out in space, 282 million miles from home, the intrepid ESA Rosetta spacecraft is still busy, but had time to send us an unprecedente...

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New plan to get rid of space junk; zap it with a giant laser
New plan to get rid of space junk; zap it with a giant laser

With hundreds of bits of space junk circulating in low orbit around the Earth, collisions have starting to become a real concern. Now in t...

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Eat the Old: Could Mass Cannibalism Solve a Future Food Shortage?
Eat the Old: Could Mass Cannibalism Solve a Future Food Shortage?

The global human population is set to hit 7 billion on Oct. 31, and by century's end it will stand at 10 billion, according to the Un...

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Japan nuke radiation higher than estimated
Japan nuke radiation higher than estimated

NEW YORK (AP) — The Fukushima nuclear disaster released twice as much of a radioactive substance into the atmosphere as Japanese authorit...

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Pluto Takes Back Title as Ninth Biggest Body Orbiting Sun
Pluto Takes Back Title as Ninth Biggest Body Orbiting Sun

Pluto is still not a planet, but scientists decided it is once again the ninth-largest body orbiting the sun. Researchers previously th...

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Alien abductions,UFOs 'all in the mind'?
Alien abductions,UFOs 'all in the mind'?

Scientists say they've succeeded in inducing alien abduction experiences in volunteers - and they're all just dreams, they say. ...

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Planets smashed to smithereens near supermassive black holes
Planets smashed to smithereens near supermassive black holes

The fat, doughnut-shaped clouds of dust that surround about half of supermassive black holes could be the remnants of planets and asteroi...

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Victoria Beckham Photographs UFO, and She's Not the Only One to See It
Victoria Beckham Photographs UFO, and She's Not the Only One to See It

Victoria Beckham photographed a UFO over her home! So what's the first thing she did after her alien encounter? She tweeted about ...

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What the 2012 Prophecy Is Really About
What the 2012 Prophecy Is Really About

The media is currently reporting about the end of the Mayan Calendar and Nostradamus' prophecies about the end of the world, slated ...

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Three new planets and a mystery discovered outside our solar system
Three new planets and a mystery discovered outside our solar system

Three planets -- each orbiting its own giant, dying star -- have been discovered by an international research team led by a Penn State Un...

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Magnitude-6.9 earthquake shakes Peru capital
Magnitude-6.9 earthquake shakes Peru capital

LIMA, Peru — A magnitude-6.9 earthquake centered off Peru’s central coast sent people running panicked into the streets Friday in cities ...

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Huge asteroid 2005 YU55 buzzing Earth on Nov. 8
Huge asteroid 2005 YU55 buzzing Earth on Nov. 8

In April 2010, this radar image of the near-Earth asteroid 2005 YU55 was taken by the Arecibo radio telescope in Puerto Rico. On Nov. 8, ...

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Dwarf planet Eris surprises astronomers
Dwarf planet Eris surprises astronomers

This image shows the eight planets and the four dwarf planets named so far: Pluto, Makemake,  Eris and Ceres. The orbits are not drawn to...

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Comet Elenin is dead, along with doomsday predictions
Comet Elenin is dead, along with doomsday predictions

Amateur astronomer Michael Mattiazzo of Castlemaine, Australia, caught these two images of comet Elenin on Aug. 19 (left) and Sept. 6. Th...

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Elon Musk: SpaceX Could Dump NASA if Contract Doesn't Change
Elon Musk: SpaceX Could Dump NASA if Contract Doesn't Change

If NASA doesn’t change the terms in the draft version of its contract to build a spacecraft that can deliver astronauts to orbit, then Sp...

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Feds nab granny for trying to sell moon rock
Feds nab granny for trying to sell moon rock

If you have any moon rocks at home you may want to forget about ever trying to sell them. A California grandma learned the hard way that ...

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Tears Japanese gestures to Turkey
Tears Japanese gestures to Turkey

Earthquake that occurred in Van, Turkey Embassy in Tokyo after the Japanese currency in the mail box with messages of support for the env...

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Mass Alien Abduction Experiment in Los Angeles
Mass Alien Abduction Experiment in Los Angeles

Many were contacted by “aliens” during an experiment conducted by the OOBE Research Center at UCLA. It was the first experiment to ever ...

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