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‘World first’ cell phone detection cameras rolled out in Australia

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The Australian state of New South Wales rolled out “high definition detection cameras” on Sunday, designed to catch drivers using cell

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A newly-discovered ‘lost continent’ has been found buried under the Mediterranean

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BY ROSIE MCCALL Atlantis may have scraped a reputation as “the lost continent,” but a newly-discovered land mass may be

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Amazon delivery robots are officially on the streets

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Amazon has officially rolled out its last-mile delivery robots in a Southern California testbed. Called Scout, the delivery robot is

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NASA figured out how to make food out of thin air. Could hit shelves within 2 years

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It’s not like you can make food out of thin air. Well…it turns out you can. A company from Finland,

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Apollo 11 astronauts returning to launch pad 50 years later

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CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Apollo 11′s astronauts are returning to the exact spot from where they flew to the moon

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The mission of a lifetime: a drone on Titan in 2034

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Elizabeth Tuttle was overjoyed when, on June 26, she received a call from NASA: her project to send a drone

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NASA wants to let space tourists onto the Space Station — for just $59 Million

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Attention, people with $59 million just lying around: NASA is opening the International Space Station (ISS) to adventurous tourists, and

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Trump struggles with a growing problem on the border

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Tensions are rising, fingers are pointing and the search for solutions is becoming increasingly fraught. Overwhelmed by an influx of

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Apple shows off its most expensive iPhone yet

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Apple unveiled three new iPhones on Wednesday, including its biggest and most expensive model yet, as the company seeks to

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MARS LAKE

What Does Mars Water Mean for Chances of Alien Life?

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  BY JONTI HORNER We now know that there is permanent liquid water on Mars, according to a paper published

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