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Tiny license plates could help us steer clear of our space junk
The identification system blinks for a millionth of a second.
Government Scientists Neither Confirm Nor Deny ‘Star Wars’ Starkiller Research
They do know a suspicious amount about energy and force in space
The Most Powerful Supercomputer Of 2009 Is Already Obsolete
Roadrunner, the first petaflop computer, is being decommissioned at the ripe old age of five.
How it Would Work: Destroying an Incoming Killer Asteroid With a Nuclear Blast
Simulations show how unleashing Earth's destructive arsenal into deep space could save the planet
Secret Security Supercomputer Cielo, What Are You Working on Today?
Maintaining America's nuclear deterrent is a 24x7 job, but Cielo isn't complaining.
What Are You Working on Today, Roadrunner?
The Roadrunner supercomputer could tell you what it's doing, but then it would have to kill you. Seriously.
New Mexico Wildfires Threaten Los Alamos Labs, America’s Nuclear Research Hub
Fires force lab to close, but officials say hazardous materials are secured
30-Second Science: Using Scents to Restore Old Books, Fight Infestation, and Improve Behavior
Three ways that scientists are using the fifth sense
Are Our Asteroid-Destroying Nukes Big Enough?
A new study shows that blasted asteroids could re-form, Terminator-style
Is Santa a Physicist?
Ever wonder how Santa and his reindeer get around the globe so quickly? Scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory aren’t … Continued