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In the Solar System, 53 is a Crowd
SAN FRANCISCO–Caltech astronomer and planet hunter Mike Brown continued his assault on the recently-downgraded Pluto today during a lecture titled...
Whip out those specs and see the moon in all dimensions
Robot Subs in Space
PopSci innovator Bill Stone plans to drop one of the world´s most advanced underwater robots into the deepest hole on Earth. If all goes well, this thing just might help get him to the moon
Cop Tech 2010
Stink bombs, pain beams, spy drones-this is the future of law enforcement, brought to you by the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department
All Wing, No Noise
Engineers design a futuristic airliner thatâ€™s easy on the environmentâ€”and your eardrums
PopSci’s Best of CES 2007
Relive all the madness from Vegas and check out our favorite products, hand-picked from the overwhelming sea of tech that is the Consumer Electronics Show
Amazon-funded Spaceship Unveiled
We’ve known for a long time that Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos has been building a supersecret spacecraft in his remote...
Spin Me Up, Scotty
Forget rockets. All you need to launch a satellite is a sled and a giant magnetic slingshot
Semper Fly: Marines in Space
A proposed suborbital space transport will put boots on the ground anywhere in the world in two hours or less. But can it overcome huge technological-and political-hurdles?
New Evidence Suggests Martian Water
The presence of subterranean aquifers could support microbial life.