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Japan Will Use a Flying Car to Light the 2020 Olympic Flame

Japan Will Use a Flying Car to Light the 2020 Olympic Flame

When the Summer Olympics head to Tokyo, the opening ceremony will feature a flying car to light the 2020 Olympic Flame.

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NASA Releases a Video Showing a Flyover of Pluto

NASA Releases a Video Showing a Flyover of Pluto

Using New Horizons data and models of the dwarf planet, NASA put together a video showing a flyover of Pluto, from its planes to its mountains. Almost exactly two years ago ...

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NASA Can’t Afford to Send People to Mars

NASA Can’t Afford to Send People to Mars

NASA just announced that its long planned Mission to Mars may be delayed because it doesn’t have the budget to send people to Mars.

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The Closest, Most Spectacular Look at Jupiter’s Great Red Spot Yet

The Closest, Most Spectacular Look at Jupiter’s Great Red Spot Yet

NASA’s spacecraft Juno recently passed directly over Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, and it sent back our best view of the storm yet.

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To Navigate Obstacles, an AI Invented its Own Derpy Parkour

To Navigate Obstacles, an AI Invented its Own Derpy Parkour

Google’s Deep Mind AI was tasked to navigate obstacles on its own without any previous info, the AI invented a... unique brand of parkour.

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One of the Biggest Icebergs in History is loose, but the real question is what happens next

One of the Biggest Icebergs in History is loose, but the real question is what happens next

Breaking away from the Larsen C Ice Shelf on Antarctica, the biggest iceberg in recorded history is roughly the size of Rhode Island.

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Drinking Three Cups of Coffee a Day Can Save Your Life

Drinking Three Cups of Coffee a Day Can Save Your Life

A New study finds that drinking three cups of coffee each day can reduce the risk of death from several causes, including heart disease and stroke.

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NASA and Others are About to Shoot an Asteroid

NASA and Others are About to Shoot an Asteroid

To test a new planetary defense system known as DART, NASA is planning to shoot an asteroid to see if its trajectory can be altered.

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Russians prepare to launch a satellite brighter than a star to troll the world

Russians prepare to launch a satellite brighter than a star to troll the world

In two weeks Russia will more or less launch Mayak, a satellite brighter than a star, which will be the fourth brightest object in the sky.

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Researchers May Have Just Uncovered How Cancer Spreads – and How to Slow it

Researchers May Have Just Uncovered How Cancer Spreads – and How to Slow it

A researcher at Johns Hopkins may have discovered how cancer spreads through metastasis and from that how to slow it.

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