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Technically Incorrect: As the Queen Juliana Bridge in Holland is being restored, two of the project's cranes mysteriously collapse.
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The next decade is going to see some stunning advancements in telescope technology, opening up a brave new universe of interstellar discoveries.
The first draft of maps naming spots on Pluto and Charon are out, and they'll make you want to be a space cartographer.
From the far side of the moon to an Earthrise from 1966, revel in this mesmerizing archive of beautiful and enigmatic lunar photography.
The International Space Station once again steps into the moonlight in an extraordinary photo. See if you can spot it.
It has a nice price point for the specs, but performance is just too inconsistent to recommend.
For Road Trip 2015, CNET talks with the University of Michigan's Peter Sweatman about the rapid merging of computers and cars, and the fake city in Ann Arbor where it's being put to the test.
An international team has developed robot water-striders. Is this more evidence of a coming awesome robot apocalypse?
NASA's Spitzer telescope confirms a new neighbor in the form of a larger-than-Earth rocky planet outside our solar system.
Researchers have figured out a way to harness the power of the oceans to create a sunscreen that could be more friendly to the reefs that grow there. And humans too.
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