An international team of astronomers has witnessed an "extremely rare" event: a black hole eating a star then ejecting a near light-speed flare.
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Technically Incorrect: The Amazon CEO decides this is the moment to emit his first tweet in 7 years. This one is about the successful landing of his Blue Origin rocket.
For the first time, a rocket has touched the edge of space and then successfully landed back on Earth in one piece. It all makes for one heck of an advertisement.
NASA's New Horizons spacecraft witnessed and photographed Pluto's rotation during a day in the life of the dwarf planet and its largest moon, Charon.
An entrancing set of swirls on the sun's surface gets even brighter thanks to a perfectly placed eruption.
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MIT and Northeastern teams will compete to make NASA's 6-foot-tall humanoid robot, also called R5, more useful for space exploration.
Two of Saturn's moons step into the NASA spotlight with a Cassini image highlighting their differences.
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