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The Phoenix program is building a robot that can repurpose dead satellites into new ones in space.
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Private space travel has long been dominated by visionary entrepreneurs. Now that the largest aerospace company in Europe has decided to build a tourist rocket, will the race to the stars finally take off?
Even as we imagine the day when robots finally turn against us, scientists are at work on how best to control them
A group of young designers reinvent ping-pong. Welcome to "swing pong"
An upcoming trial could change the way the FAA deals with unmanned aircraft.
NASA's first manned deep-space craft is designed to eventually take humans to Mars.
The Titan Arm is a motorized limb that can lift 40 pounds.