After two years of searching, the icy observatory has finally found evidence of the high-energy particles, which may have come from a distant black hole or supernova.
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It's only the second torpedo of its kind ever found.
To the 22.22 mile marker, and beyond.
Everyday science, familiar plotlines, and an absence of jargon make this the most accessible Star Trek yet.
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The robot can course at 22 kilometers per hour.
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Up, up, and away—without a pilot.
Why not use a crazy sci-fi technology (quantum computing) to solve a classic crazy sci-fi problem (artificial intelligence)?
Scott Hubbard, former director of the NASA Ames Research Center, speculates on how NASA could revive the ailing space telescope.
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