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SpaceX will take its first space tourists in late 2021, early 2022
SpaceX will be taking high-paying tourists to orbit as soon as next year.
Betelgeuse explosion to display light show not seen since 17th century
If Betelgeuse explodes the supernova is expected to be brighter than the Moon, and visible during the day.
Trump to hunt down more billions for NASA's Mars and Moon missions
The White House has asked congress to increase NASA's funding for future space missions by billions of dollars.
This is a glorious map of every known object in our solar system
Everything from asteroids, to comets, to small rocks, metals, and even planets have been mapped out here.
Alphabet: Google has a 'multibillion-dollar' hardware business
Alphabet has dropped a hint that Google's hardware division is a 'multi-billion' business.
Coronavirus scientifically confirmed to be 80% the same as SARS
Researchers have found that the coronavirus' genetic code is extremely similar to SARS.
Elon Musk says 5G isn't 'medically dangerous' it's just 'land greedy'
Elon Musk has cleared up some concerns with 5G technology, saying it's not 'medically dangerous'
Today marks first global palindrome day in 909 years, next = 101 years
Today is that special that it won't happen again for another 101 years!
2020 is the year of the most 'gender-inclusive' emoji's
The Unicode Consortium will be adding 117 new emojis, some of which are gender inclusive.
Solar telescope reveals the highest-resolution image of the Sun ever
Here's the highest-resolution image humans have ever captured of the Sun's surface.
World's most powerful space telescope probably won't launch next March
There's a 12% chance that NASA's James Webb Space Telescope will launch in March, 2021.
NASA selects its first commercial module for private ISS space travel
Axiom Space will provide NASA will its first commercial module for the ISS.
SpaceX will launch 60 Starlink satellites on Wednesday, January 29th
SpaceX have delayed the launch of 60 Starlink satellites until Wednesday.
ISS astronauts fix $2 billion dark matter detection instrument
Astronauts aboard the ISS have fixed a $2 billion dark matter detection instrument.
Jeff Bezos' now girlfriend might've leaked those marriage ending texts
Jeff Bezos' girlfriend reportedly forwarded text messages to her brother who then sold them off.
NASA's Mars Curiosity rover 'forgot' its location and now won't move
NASA Curiosity rover stopped working temporarily as it couldn't work out what altitude it was at.
Google assisted in this extremely high-resolution map of brain neurons
This 3D map of 25,000 brain neurons marks a major milestone in understanding how neurons work.
Jeff Bezos' phone hack might've let the Saudi's eavesdrop for months
Jeff Bezos could have had the entire Saudi government in his pocket for months just listening.
Tesla slaps down 'sudden acceleration' petition to recall 500,000 cars
Tesla has said that the complaints regarding unintended acceleration in their vehicles are false.
Scientists build a Spider-Man-like robot that sucks its way up walls
The Amazing Spider-Man might not be a human in real-life, but it can definitely be a robot.
Astronomers now understand 'the biggest explosions in the Universe'
Astronomers have figured out how and why the biggest explosions in the universe happen.
New study: 162 million IQ points have been stolen from US children
A new study has analyzed the effects of children being exposed to toxins and found a large loss in IQ points.
Bizarre new objects found at Milky Way's center, right near black hole
Astronomers have found some bizarre new objects floating around our black hole.
Jupiter is meant to shield Earth from asteroids, not sling them at us
Jupiter might not be Earth's shield against asteroids, it could instead be a massive slingshot.
Major scientific 'oxygen' breakthrough could help NASA find aliens
A new scientific 'oxygen' breakthrough can help NASA locate alien life on other planets.
'Project Artemis' is Microsoft's weapon against online child predators
Microsoft has a new weapon called 'Project Artemis' that can bust online child predators.
Physics crisis: scientists can't agree on the universes expansion rate
Scientists are unable to agree on how fast the universe is expanding.
Extragalactic stars found from Milky Way's galactic collision course
Astronomers have spotted new stars on the outskirts of our Milky Way galaxy.
PiBo is an adorable, helpful robot that can cure your loneliness
PiBo is an assistant robot that can not only help you with your day, but also your loneliness.
NASA's closest Sun probe flyby gave scientists 'mind-blowing' results
NASA's Parker Solar Probe has given us insight on how solar winds occur.
Ford & McDonald's team-up, coffee bean husks turned into car parts
McDonald's are going to work with Ford to make car parts out of their coffee husks.