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Key hires indicate a new push into space Apple looks like it’s staffing up an internal hardware team responsible for satellite internet delivery, according to a report from Bloomberg. The company just hired Alphabet’s John Fenwick, who was Google’s head of spacecraft operations, and ...
Scientists have just made a huge finding in space that could permanently change our search for alien life. Scientists have discovered something big about 40 light years away, something that could completely change the search for alien life. An exoplanet that is orbiting a red dwarf star may be the ...
Microsoft’s event on May 2nd is expected to see the Redmond-based company continue to push its ambitions in cloud-based services with a tweaked version of Windows 10 and a potential low-cost Surface device designed to fight the rise of Google’s Chromebook platform in the educational market. As d...
It's easy to forget that Earth isn't the centre of the universe. It's actually a relatively small planet, and humans — we're much smaller. NASA's recently released photograph of Earth from Saturn puts all of that into perspective. A spacecraft called Cassini captured the image ...
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A combination of three images of the sun at different temperatures. The dark areas are the coronal holes, places where very little radiation is emitted, yet are the main source of solar wind particles. A giant fissure has opened across the sun and is spewing rapid solar winds toward our planet. NASA...
In less than a decade from now, total worldwide data will swell to 163 zettabytes, which is equivalent to watching the entire Netflix catalog 489 million times. Most of this data will be created by enterprises and only about half will be be fully secured, says a Seagate study....
NASA has finally revealed details about its plan to send astronauts to Mars. The plan calls for building an outpost to orbit the moon and test Mars hardware. A crew of four may have to spend up to three years inside of a Mars spaceship — yet never land on the planet. It remains to be seen if NASA...
The world runs on data. Businesses are inundated by it. From information received from mobile phones, sensor networks and Internet of Things-enabled devices, industries have a world of information at their fingertips. But making sense of all this data is no easy endeavour. According to research firm...
A combination of three images of the sun at different temperatures. The dark areas are the coronal holes, places where very little radiation is emitted, yet are the main source of solar wind particles. A giant fissure has opened across the sun and is spewing rapid solar winds toward our planet. NASA...
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NASA is developing a trailblazing technology that will provide a high-speed Internet connectivity between Earth and space terminals. Effective space communication system is vital in the success of space-based missions. (Photo : Aubrey Gemignani/NASA via Getty Images (Disposition: AFS 8/101 - P...
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NASA found compelling evidence that Enceladus, Saturn’s icy moon, contains the right chemicals to support life. This week, NASA announced some exciting new findings about “oceans beyond Earth.” The gist: The space agency has found the most compelling evidence yet that the ocean underneath...
Sometimes, it occurs when a person suffers a nearly fatal accident or life-threatening situation. In others, they are born with a developmental disorder, such as autism. But a slim margin of each group develop remarkable capabilities, such as being able to picture advanced mathematical figures in on...
Air Force creates a new position for a three-star general that will serve as a space czar advising the Air Force secretary and the Joint Chiefs of Staff. SpaceX wins second military contract to launch an Air Force GPS satellite. DARPA signs deal with Decartes Labs to gain insights on...
When a star is born, it needs a healthy diet of gas and dust to grow up into a big, powerful star like our Sun. Now, for the first time, scientists have directly observed a protostar going through this early “feeding” process. The discovery, published today in Science Advances, settles...
Nothing may have had as bad of a year as the Internet. The Internet has been hit with an onslaught of criticism and suffered several setbacks in 2016: from relinquishment of American control over web address management, introduced surveillance measures in the United Kingdom, social media backlash f...
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NASA will unveil new discoveries this week that involve alien oceans in Earth's solar system, space agency officials announced. On Thursday, April 13, NASA will hold a press conference that will "discuss new results about ocean worlds in our solar system," according to a press release from the ...
Scientists in Japan have developed a device that can read people's thoughts by monitoring their brainwaves. The system is capable of translating brain activity into numbers and syllables and could be used to create a telepathic 'typewriter' for people who are unable to communicate....
When a star is born, it needs a healthy diet of gas and dust to grow up into a big, powerful star like our Sun. Now, for the first time, scientists have directly observed a protostar going through this early “feeding” process. The discovery, published today in Science Advances, settles...
In this artist tendering provided by M. Weiss Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, a newly-discovered rocky exoplanet, LHS 1140b. This planet is located in the liquid water habitable zone surrounding its host star, a small, faint red star named LHS 1140. The planet weighs about 6.6 times the...
(Natural News) Mark Zuckerberg and his team of social engineers are hoping to push the Facebook platform one step closer to singularity by developing new ways to invade the human mind in order to spy on people’s thoughts. According to reports, the social media giant is tasking a team of ...
Google unveiled a completely redesigned Google Earth and it does away with the single worst thing about the previous version of the software. Out now for desktop and Android, it no longer requires a separate download — it's available directly in Chrome. The redesign also comes with a few new ...
In this artist tendering provided by M. Weiss Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, a newly-discovered rocky exoplanet, LHS 1140b. This planet is located in the liquid water habitable zone surrounding its host star, a small, faint red star named LHS 1140. The planet weighs about 6.6 times the...
This week, a massive international array of the most powerful radio telescopes on the planet set its sights on the most camera-shy subject of all, the black hole. Badassly known as the Event Horizon Telescope, the global web of telescopes seeks to capture the first image of the supermassiv...
A huge, shiny, peanut-shaped asteroid will safely swing by Earth tomorrow morning (April 19), coming within a distance of 1.1 million miles (1.8 million kilometers) of the planet — about 4.6 times the distance from Earth to the moon. The bright asteroid 2014 JO25  is coming toward Earth ...
Over the years, we have become incredibly streetwise when protecting ourselves from crime. Our homes are often fitted with specialist alarms and locks to keep the bad guys away. A combination of our natural instincts and general self-awareness also ensures that we are careful to display any form of ...

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