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Satellites Spot Activity at North Korea Launch Site
North Korea is upgrading its main rocket launch site and has conducted a series of rocket engine tests, a U.S. research institute said Tuesday.
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Money Over Medical: Why We Don't Yet Have an Ebola Vaccine
Ebola may be making headlines, but it's not a big potential source of money for drug companies.
Can These $1.8 Million Create a New Space Telescope?
Corning Inc. has donated $1.8 million in high-tech components for a telescope that a private group wants to launch into space.
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SpaceShipTwo Takes Flight for First Time in Months
Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo rocket plane glides through the air for the first time in six months, signaling a new chapter in its test program
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Acidic Ocean Means Trouble for King Crab: Study
A more-acidic ocean could have a dramatic effect on king crab populations and hurt Alaskan communities dependent on them -- not to mention consumers.
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Collider Reveals First View of Higgs Boson at Work
An extremely rare collision of massive subatomic particles could reveal the nuts and bolts of how the subatomic particles called Higgs bosons work.
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Drought-Shaming Apps Target California Water Wasters
As one of the worst droughts in California's history drags on, people start getting snippy on their smartphones.
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Out of This World: Mars Rover Sets Off-Earth Driving Record
NASA's Opportunity rover on Mars has now boldly gone farther than any vehicle has before on the surface of another world.
Ancient Tower Teeters Atop Eroded Hill in China
Authorities say they'll try to save precariously-balanced relic.
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