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Record-holding US astronaut, two Russians return to Earth
An American astronaut who set the U.S. record for cumulative time in orbit safely returned to Earth early Wednesday along with two Russian cosmonauts after a six-month mission aboard the International Space Station.
NASA chasing down asteroid to bring back samples
NASA is going after an asteroid this week like never before.
Rosetta probe finds lost lander on comet
Europe's Rosetta space probe has located its lost Philae lander, wedged in a "dark crack" on a comet, the European Space Agency said Monday.
Drones overfly Champs-Elysee in Paris festival
The Champs-Elysee was the setting of a mini-air show on Sunday as amateur drone enthusiasts flew their high-tech toys over the famed Paris avenue in the city's first festival celebrating the gadgets.
At Berlin tech fair, waterproof gadgets make a splash
From smartphones that can survive a dip in the sink to sweat-resistant earphones and floating speakers for your next pool party, waterproof gadgets are making a splash at this year's IFA electronics fair in Berlin.
Halt and catch fire: Battery woes go well beyond Samsung
Samsung's Note 7 isn't the only gadget to catch fire thanks to lithium-battery problems, which have afflicted everything from iPhones to Tesla cars to Boeing jetliners
With its sights firmly fixed on Earth, Europe's eye in the sky never saw it coming.
An experimental drug cleared protein buildup in the brains of people with mild Alzheimer's disease and slowed their mental decline, the results of a preliminary trial showed Wednesday.
Did fall from tree kill famed early human Lucy?
The famous human ancestor known as Lucy walked the Earth, but it was her tree climbing that might have led to her demise, a new study suggests.
A warming planet might not dry out Earth as much as previously believed, because plants will become less thirsty as carbon dioxide in the atmosphere rises, researchers said Monday.
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