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The world’s largest animated GIF can only be seen from space

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Researchers develop nanobots powered by stomach acid

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Rosetta images reveal crack hundreds of meters long in comet 67P

The European Space Agency (ESA) succeeded in delivering the Philae lander to the surface of comet 67P several months ago, but its Rosetta probe hasn’t been twiddling its robotic thumbs since then. It’s still in orbit of 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko to study … Continue reading

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Lars Andersen learns ancient archery skills, can now split an incoming arrow in two

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47-year-old Star Trek phaser to be sold for $60,000

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PS4 Slim images appear, but are they real?

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PS4 Slim images appear, but are they real?

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Meteorites act as hard drives, show us the future of Earth’s molten dynamo

At a time when we’re developing ways to watch single-neuron firings inside a living human skull, or using cosmic rays to peer inside the super-shielded reactor core at Fukushima Daiichi, it might seem like astronomers ought to have the tools … Continue reading

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Meteorites act as hard drives, show us the future of Earth’s molten dynamo

At a time when we’re developing ways to watch single-neuron firings inside a living human skull, or using cosmic rays to peer inside the super-shielded reactor core at Fukushima Daiichi, it might seem like astronomers ought to have the tools … Continue reading

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High-speed 3D microscope: biology moves from photo to video

The advent of high-speed cameras resulted in an onslaught of terrible video content — you’ve seen a bearded man yawn, but have you seen a bearded man yawn in high speed? The uncreatives had found the latest and greatest way … Continue reading

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