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China on schedule for 2nd space station launch
China on Sunday recovered an experimental probe launched aboard a new generation rocket, marking another milestone in its increasingly ambitious space program that envisions a mission to Mars by the end of the decade.
 
If it has to make a choice, will your autonomous car kill you or pedestrians on the street?
 
Dutch scientists said Thursday crops of four vegetables and cereals grown on soil similar to that on Mars have been found safe to eat, amid plans for the first manned mission to the planet.
 
Solar plane completes first-ever Atlantic flight
The Solar Impulse 2 landed in Spain on Thursday morning after completing a 70-hour flight from New York in the first solo transatlantic crossing in a solar-powered airplane.
 
New technology speeds massive coral reef survey
Scientists using facial recognition technology and 360-degree underwater photos said Wednesday they have developed new software to quickly assess coral bleaching and other damage to the world's imperiled reefs.
 
Too cold for comfort
In this photo provided by the National Science Foundation, a small plane picks up a sick worker at the U.S. South Pole science station. Two people who fell ill while working at the U.S. research station at the South Pole have been evacuated by a small plane that made the daring rescue flight in Antarctica's harsh winter.
 
Capsule full of Space Station junk set to burn up over Earth
It's trash day for the International Space Station.
 
Solar Impulse 2 begins Atlantic crossing
The Solar Impulse 2 aircraft was flying over the western Atlantic Monday morning on one of the most difficult legs of its record-breaking bid to cross the globe using only solar energy.
 
Lab challenges 'most fun' part of job: Tang laureate
American geneticist Jennifer Doudna, one of this year's three recipients of the Tang Prize in biopharmaceutical science, said the most enjoyable aspect of her work has been tackling the challenges of her laboratory experiments.
 
At E3, game makers introduce more diverse heroes
After introducing the world to several new female heroes at last year's Electronic Entertainment Expo, story-driven game makers at this week's gathering of the interactive industry are uncharacteristically putting more racially diverse protagonists front and center in their games.
 
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