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NASA International Space Station On-Orbit Status 3 May 2016

Today, the crew is observing how the lack of gravity affects plants and rodents. NASA is using the observations to improve the health of astronauts in space and humans on Earth.

NASA International Space Station On-Orbit Status 3 May 2016

Today, the crew is observing how the lack of gravity affects plants and rodents. NASA is using the observations to improve the health of astronauts in space and humans on Earth.

Planet Neun: Der Planet, den es nicht geben sollte
Die Nachricht, dass es in den äußeren Bereichen des Sonnensystem wohlmöglich einen weiteren Planeten gibt, sorgte zu Beginn des Jahres für Schlagzeilen. Doch wie und wo könnte dieser Planet Neun entstanden sein? Astronomen haben verschiedene Szenarien mithilfe von Computersimulationen durchgespielt. Das Ergebnis: Planet Neun sollte es eigentlich gar nicht geben. (3. Mai 2016)
Many Fantastic Colors
The Nili Fossae region, located on the northwest rim of Isidis impact basin, is one of the most colorful regions of Mars. This region is ancient and has had a complicated geologic history, leading to interesting structures like layered bedrock, as well as other compositions.
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Fiat Chrysler and Google team up to make self-driving minivan

Google says it will purchase about 100 hybrid Pacificas to adapt and test. 

Check out Sea Hunter, the US Navy's new 'crewless ship

No captain? The US Navy's newest prototype uses radar, sonar, and global positioning systems to navigate without direction from a human captain. Are autonomous ships the future for seafarers?

Half of teens 'feel addicted' to smartphones. What's to be done?

Teen smartphone addiction: A new poll suggests teen smartphone use is worrying their parents – and themselves. Half of teens asked in a poll said they 'feel addicted' to their smartphones.

Fitbit CEO says Apple is doing wearables wrong. How should it be done?

The CEO of Fitbit says his company is taking a different approach to wearable technology than the Apple Watch. And it sells.

Weather pushes SpaceX launch back at least a day

An overnight SpaceX launch of a satellite has been delayed because of weather, company officials said Wednesday morning.

Forecasts have placed thunderstorms on the Space Coast overnight Wednesday into Thursday.

The new window for launch, which had been scheduled to open at 1:21 a.m. Thursday morning,...

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