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Planning a New Way To Find Moons
Planning a New Way To Find Moons

Researchers are examining a new approach to hunt for moons in faraway solar systems. The plan is to use radio wave emissions, instead of starlight, to find previously undetected moons.

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Spacewalking Astronauts Release Baby Satellite Astronauts Release Baby Satellite

Chasqui's mission is to observe Earth.

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Specks Returned from Space May Be Alien Visitors Space Specks May Be Alien Visitors

The first sampling of interstellar dust.

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Astronauts Rely on Sleeping Pills in Space Astronauts Rely on Sleeping Pills

Nervous energy disrupts their slumber.

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Cassini Spies Methane Clouds on Saturn's Moon Titan Cassini Sees Methane Clouds on Titan

Scientists' theories aren't too far off.

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Hubble Telescope Spots a Zombie Star
U.S. Navy Practices Retrieving Orion
Comet Chaser Reaches Its Target
Rosetta Nears Comet Rendezvous
NASA Braces Mars Orbiters for Comet
NASA Rover To Make Oxygen on Mars
Corning Donates for Space Telescope
Study: Hot Jupiters Come Up Dry
Audit: NASA Can't Afford Big Rockets
Moonstruck! 45-Years Since Landing
NASA Searches for Life Beyond Earth
Space Station Shipment Launched
Bid To Reboot NASA Satellite Scuttled
Virgin Galactic Partners with Hotel
Space Fence To Track Cosmic Debris
NASA OKs Space Launch System
NASA Carbon Observatory Hits Space
NASA Launches Carbon Satellite
Mars 'Flying Saucer' Test a Success
Astronauts Getting Espresso Maker
Three Supermassive Black Holes Seen
New Space-Tourism Balloon Tested
 
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Dairy Queen Latest Retailer To Report Hack
Known for its hot fries and soft-serve ice cream, Dairy Queen just made cyber history as the latest victim of a hack attack. The fast food chain said that customer data at some stores may be at risk.
 
Lessons from the JPMorgan Chase Cyberattack
JPMorgan Chase is investigating a likely cyberattack. The banking giant is cooperating with law enforcement, including the FBI, to understand what data hackers may have obtained.
 
Who Is the Hacker Group Lizard Squad?
Are they dangerous or just obnoxious? That’s what many are wondering about the hacker group Lizard Squad, which tweeted out a bomb threat that grounded a flight with a Sony exec aboard.
 

Enterprise Hardware Spotlight
Intel Intros Lightning-Fast PC Processors
Call it extreme. Intel just took the covers off its first-ever eight-core desktop processor, which is aimed at hardcore power users who expect more than the status quo from their computers.
 
HP Previews ProLiant Gen9 Data Center Servers
Because traditional data center and server architectures are “constraints” on businesses, HP is releasing new servers aimed at faster, simpler and more cost-effective delivery of computing services.
 
Apple Set To Release Largest iPad Ever
Tech giant Apple seems to have adopted the mantra “go big or go home.” The company is planning to introduce its largest iPad ever: a 12.9-inch behemoth that will dwarf its largest existing models.
 

Mobile Technology Spotlight
iWatch Watch: What Will Apple Ask Us To Wear?
There are still more questions than answers when it comes to details about the smart watch Apple seems poised to debut on Sept. 9. In fact, nobody seems completely sure that it will be a smart watch at all.
 
Samsung Maps Its Way with Nokia's 'Here' App for Galaxy Phones
Korean electronics giant Samsung has opted to license Here, Nokia’s mapping app -- formerly known as Nokia Maps -- for its Tizen-powered smart devices and Samsung Gear S wearable.
 
Google Successfully Tests Its Own Delivery Drone
While top technology companies are engaged in an "arms race" to develop drones that can quickly deliver goods to anyone anywhere, Google has revealed it successfully tested its own version.
 

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