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The threat to humans could prompt the tantalizingly solution of de-extinction -- that is, resurrecting the big animals and releasing them back into the wild.
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A new way of using fiber optics massively increases the amount of data this Australian observatory is getting from a night looking up.
Siberian Fossils Suggest Dinosaurs Had Feathers Galore
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Expect the unexpected when it comes to nuclear power accidents, experts said Thursday in a report on the lessons learned from the 2011 disaster in Fukushima.
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Russia Cargo Ship Makes Fast Trip to Space Station
A robotic Russian spacecraft filled with supplies for the International Space Station's crew made an express delivery to the orbiting outpost.
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A Dirty Trick for SETI: Go After Alien Polluters
Researchers say it's theoretically possible to identify an advanced civilization on an alien planet by the chemical signature of its pollution.
NASA Puts Out Call for Mars Satellite Network
In what may be the ultimate in long-distance phone service, NASA has put out a call for a commercially owned and operated satellite network on Mars.
Audit: NASA Doesn't Have the Money for Big Rockets
The Government Accountability Office says NASA's Space Launch System is at "high risk" of missing a test flight in 2017 due to a lack of money.
After Apollo 11, Moon Trips Are Making a Comeback
Forty-five years after Apollo 11, traffic to the moon could soon be on the upswing again, thanks in part to a commercial space race.
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