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A new video uses thousands of images to create a map of Mars

A new video uses thousands of images to create a map of Mars

A filmmaker named Jan Frojdman took three months to assemble thousands of images – by hand – in order to create a map of Mars.

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Enjoy the NASA Mars rocket test firing in 360-degrees

Enjoy the NASA Mars rocket test firing in 360-degrees

The NASA Mars rocket, known as the Space Launch System (SLS) or the RS-25, just test fired, and you can watch the 360-degree video.

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AI and computer simulations offer their March Madness 2017 picks

AI and computer simulations offer their March Madness 2017 picks

Several artificial intelligence and computer simulations have put forward their March Madness 2017 picks, and there are some surprising results.

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If you recognize one of these most used passwords of 2016, feel ashamed

If you recognize one of these most used passwords of 2016, feel ashamed

A study of 10 million passwords showed the most used passwords of 2016, and the top 25 are just sad, lazy, and kinda frightening.

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Boston Dynamic introduces an amazing new robot that can kill us all

Boston Dynamic introduces an amazing new robot that can kill us all

Boston Dynamics, the makers of nightmare robots with incredible capabilities, are back with Handle, a new robot that can go just about anywhere.

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SpaceX is planning to take tourists around the moon in 2018

SpaceX is planning to take tourists around the moon in 2018

Although details are still scarce, SpaceX announced plans to take two tourists around the moon in the coming year in the Dragon capsule.

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Disney just came up with a way to power an entire room wirelessly

Disney just came up with a way to power an entire room wirelessly

Scientists at the Disney Research have developed a way to power an entire room wirelessly using a single pillar radiating energy.

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NASA discovered seven Earth-like planets in one system

NASA discovered seven Earth-like planets in one system

During a live press conference, NASA announced that it has discovered seven new planets in one system, including three in the Goldilocks zone.

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Watch the mysterious NASA announcement live, here at 10 A.M. PST

Watch the mysterious NASA announcement live, here at 10 A.M. PST

A live NASA press conference will take place at 10am PST, and focus on an announcement regarding exoplanets.

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Take a minute and watch the SpaceX rocket landing make history

Take a minute and watch the SpaceX rocket landing make history

In the next step in its plans for commercial space dominance, video captures the SpaceX booster landing as touches down on ground.

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