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The company hopes it will be able to accommodate space-tourists by 2022.
If you want to experience death from the safety of your living room, and live to tell the tale, this VR experience could be for you.
X Prize wants private companies to shoot for the moon.
Facebook: “When you send a photo, our automated systems scan it using photo-matching technology.”
From the first moon landings to vertigo-inducing space walks and high-resolution images of deserts, glaciers and cities on our planet.
A seemingly common sensation shouldn't be considered "normal."
New vehicles are filled with high-end technology at the New York International Auto Show.
The flight took place early Thursday morning from the Mojave Airport.
Researchers found that related beluga whales returned to the same locations every year and that this behavior was passed down from generation to generation, likely from mother to calf.
While coffee can improve memory and cognition, its potential to exacerbate other Alzheimer’s disease symptoms may offset these benefits.
The cyber-incident, believed to have involved malware, occurred in September last year.
The last Surgeon General advisory was issued in 2005 and involved warning expecting mothers about the dangers of alcohol.
The colony sites are based on where astronauts would have the best luck growing crops.
Researchers have long debated whether adult brains can create new cells.
The cluster of stars is practically as old as the universe itself.
Twenty years after Viagra’s approval, the FDA is scrambling to catch dangerous impostors.
Technology such as this could, one day, enable people to communicate with one another using only the power of thought.
More than 50 AI researchers from around the world have signed an open letter boycotting the prestigious university.
Retail giant Sears Holdings says fewer than 100,000 customers were impacted.
Antimatter and matter should have completely annihilated each other in the Big Bang, leaving nothing but energy.
Our simian cousins enjoy a good soak as much as the next primate.
The Facebook founder said the #DeleteFacebook movement had no meaningful impact on his business.
“'What’s your zip code?’ is fast becoming one of the most important things your doctor could ask you.
“Malicious actors” could abuse the feature to scrape public profile information, Facebook admitted.
The galaxies were around in the early stages of the universe, 13 billion years ago.
"I think people didn't really think about [phosphorus]" in comparison to ingredients like carbon and water, Greaves told Newsweek. "It's kind of a nice opportunity to go, 'Look, this matters and it's not super hard.'"
A journal that published a new study on the issue has ties to an anti-abortion organization.
Sperm was among the hundreds of things SpaceX sent to the International Space Station.
Scientists do not know the true impact of consuming microplastics. However, there are concerns in some quarters that ingesting these particles may pose a risk to human health.
The novelty of a cool beach carcass wears off when the stinkiness starts.