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SpaceX to launch 88 satellites on Transporter 2 rideshare mission today. Here’s how to watch live.

Editor’s note: SpaceX postponed to the launch of its Transporter 2 mission due to a range violation from a wayward plane. A backup launch opportunity

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Half the country is facing an apocalyptic summer

Deep drought and early heat waves are setting the western half of the United States up for a dry, fiery summer. About 91% of the

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Could there be a link between interstellar visitor ‘Oumuamua and unidentified aerial phenomena?

A colleague of mine once noted that every morning there is a long line of customers stretching out from a famous Parisian bakery into the

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The EU’s food imports are at risk from climate change

When we talk about food and climate, we hear a lot about the personal choices we can make to help the planet: minimizing red meat

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How to Connect Soundbar to TV: HDMI vs Optical

While the picture quality of the best TVs seems to improve year over year, the internal speakers of these increasingly slim, stunning panels don’t really

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A Space Laser Shows How Catastrophic Sea Level Rise Will Be

An actual space laser is cruising 300 miles above your head right now. Launched in 2018, NASA’s ICESat-2 satellite packs a lidar instrument, the same

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How to undo text in Apple’s Notes app

Apple’s Notes app is the standard note-taking tool built into iPhones and iPads, but it’s not easy to figure out how to undo what you’ve

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This mini powerful quadcopter drone is equipped with 2 wide angle 4K cameras for HD pictures

For some, drones are nothing but glorified tech toys to splurge on, but many of the latest models have proved that they can be used

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A New Type of Supernova Unlocks Thousand-Year-Old Stellar Mysteries

Around July 4, 1054, Chinese astronomers recorded a “guest star” that shone so brightly, it was visible in broad daylight for 23 days. The remnants

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Scientists catch 1st glimpse of a black hole swallowing a neutron star

After more than four years of exploring a menagerie of cosmic happenings through gravitational waves, scientists have finally spotted the third expected variety of collision