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Religious riddle of nanotechnology
Religious riddle of nanotechnology
What does God think of nanotechnology? The glib answer is that, like the rest of us, He has only just heard of it. If you think it is a silly...
US astronaut describes his space experience
US astronaut describes his space experience
One of the first space walking astronauts to repair the Hubble State Telescope described his first experience in space as "always kind of fun" and...
Robots, our new friends electric?
Robots, our new friends electric?
Fictional robots always have a personality: Marvin was paranoid, C-3PO was fussy and HAL 9000 was murderous. But reality is disappointingly...
Boy corrects Nasa's asteroid figures
Boy corrects Nasa's asteroid figures
A 13-year-old German schoolboy corrected Nasa's estimates on the chances of an asteroid colliding with the Earth, a German newspaper reported on...
Phoenix lander samples a little Martian dirt
Phoenix lander samples a little Martian dirt
Nasa's Phoenix Mars Lander has scooped up a little dirt, scientists said on Sunday, a first step towards sampling the Martian soil for ice...
Space probe uncovers signs of ice on Mars
Space probe uncovers signs of ice on Mars
Scientists say they may have discovered ice on Mars. They have reported that when soil was blown away as Nasa's Phoenix robot spacecraft...
US spacecraft lands safely at Mars north pole
US spacecraft lands safely at Mars north pole
A small science probe blazed through the salmon-colored skies of Mars on Sunday, touching down on a frozen desert at the planet's north pole to...
Nasa hopes for inch-perfect landing on Mars
Nasa hopes for inch-perfect landing on Mars
Space engineers were on Saturday making their last nervous preparations for the landing of their Phoenix probe near the north pole of Mars...
Closer encounter: Nasa plans landing on asteroid
Closer encounter: Nasa plans landing on asteroid
It was once considered the most dangerous object in the universe, heading for Earth with the explosive power of 84 Hiroshimas. Now an asteroid...
'DC Madam' hangs herself in mother's shed
'DC Madam' hangs herself in mother's shed
The "DC Madam," whose arrest for running a high-end prostitution ring sent sex-scandal tremors through the United States capital, hanged herself on...
Hollywood hunts star to play first man on the moon
Hollywood hunts star to play first man on the moon
It was one small step for man, but could be one giant leap in the career of an actor. Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon, is to be the...
Disappearing lakes leave ice sheets largely unmoved
Disappearing lakes leave ice sheets largely unmoved
Fears that the rapid draining of water from the top of Greenland's ice sheet may be contributing to the rise of global sea levels have been allayed...

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