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Japan cargo ship embarks on International Space Center supply mission

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla (Reuters) - After three botched missions to resupply the International Space Center since October, an unmanned cargo ship blasted off from southern Japan on Wednesday with food, water and gear needed to keep the research station and its crew functioning.
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An unstoppable problem is making it increasingly difficult for the world to produce enough food

The possibility of increased food shortages looms in a nearer future than we'd care to believe. ...
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Cause of fatal 2014 SpaceShipTwo crash determined by NTSB

On the morning of October 31, 2014, the white shape of SpaceShipTwo took to the skies over the Mojave Desert in California. It would be a tragically short flight -- about 13 seconds long....
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Charred Remains of 1,500-Year-Old Hebrew Scroll Deciphered

A burned 1,500-year-old Hebrew scroll found on the shore of the Dead Sea was recently deciphered, 45 years after archaeologists discovered it, researchers in Israel have announced....
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Rare View of Black Hole Caught in 'Bull's-Eye' Eruption (Video)

X-ray light released by an erupting black hole (dot at center) echoed off dust to form concentric rings around the binary system, V404 Cygni, which lies about 8,000 light-years from Earth....
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Scientists puzzle over Pluto's polygons

NEW YORK (Reuters) - New pictures relayed by the first spacecraft to visit distant Pluto show odd polygon-shaped features and smooth hills in an crater-free plain, indications that the icy world is geologically active, New Horizons scientists said on Friday....
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Transformers For Real: Watch a Robot Become a Car

Transformers is a work of fiction....
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Nobel Prize-winning scientist says he was forced to resign

LONDON (AP) — A week ago, Tim Hunt was a well-known Nobel Prize winner who was promoting science education throughout Europe and the world....
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Iranian scientist develops way to count people via WiFi

An Iranian scientist has discovered that WiFi signals can be used to count people in any given space, even if they are not carrying a wireless device....
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