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Hundreds of millions of dollars can go into the school bus-sized satellites that blast into orbit above Earth and provide services including broadband internet, broadcasting and military surveillance.
Stephen Hawking, the British physicist and black-hole theorist who brought science to a mass audience with the best-selling book A Brief History of Time, has died. He was 76.
Amazon.com is in talks with Chile to house and mine massive amounts of data generated by the country's giant telescopes, which could prove fertile ground for the company to develop new artificial intelligence tools.
The Perseverance Mars rover is starting to collect samples using its SuperCam, to uncover if there previously was life on Mars.
French astronomers have caught a glimpse into the depths of the early Universe, for the first time seeing the incandescent filaments of hydrogen gas known as the "cosmic web".
The James Webb Space Telescope, the world's largest and most powerful space telescope, completed a prelaunch test, where it unfolded its mirror segments like a giant origami.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) -A billionaire e-commerce executive and three less-wealthy private citizens chosen to join him blasted off from Florida on Wednesday aboard a SpaceX rocket ship and soared into orbit, the first all-civilian crew ever to circle the Earth from space.
SpaceX’s all-civilian crew of four will be whizzing around the world’s orbit for the next few days, bringing the total number of humans currently in space to a record high of 14 people.