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open China identifies AI, optoelectric semiconductors, as challenges it wants to crack 1
open NASA's Mars Sample Return mission is in danger of never launching 20
open OSIRIS-REx succesfully delivers NASA's first asteroid sample 18
open FAA wants rocket jockeys to clean up after their space launch parties 6
open Neuralink's looking for participants willing to be part of human trials 26
open Scientists suggest possible solution to space-induced bone loss 42
open DoD hopes $30M BEACONS will light the way to next-gen American battery designs 8
open Rocket Lab launch streak goes up in smoke with 41st mission 10
open US Defense Department enlists Google for AI-powered cancer-spotting kit 1
open World's most powerful free-electron laser upgraded to fire a million X-rays per second 15
open Textbook publishers sue shadow library LibGen for copyright infringement 67
open Apples to apples: Boffins find a way to make e-waste edible 7
open UK civil servants – hopefully including those spending billions on tech – to skill up in STEM 55
open Scientists spot startlingly close black holes in Hyades star cluster 40
open Amazon's three rocket makers insist Project Kuiper will launch on schedule 8
open Scientists trace tiny moonquakes to Apollo 17 lander – left over from 1972 104
By jake
open South Korea's Moon orbiter snaps India's lander 7
open James Webb spies distant exoplanet that could be wet, wild, and Hycean 12
By ThatOne
open MOXIE microwaved Mars air into oxygen, but now it's time for a breather 19
By cray74
open Lithium goldrush hits sleepy Oregon-Nevada border 20
open Okay, SMART ePANTS, you tell us how to create network-connected textiles 31
open NASA rockets draining its pockets as officials whisper: 'We can't afford this' 84
open Musk's mighty missile is ready for launch once FAA says OK 96
open UK rejoins the EU's €100B Horizon sci-tech funding program 156
open Scientists turn to mid-20th century tech for low-power underwater comms 19
open Japan's 'Moon sniper' and its two ejectable landers make it into space 6
open India's Chandrayaan-3 Moon mission hibernates to see out a long lunar night 9
open Europe's Ariane 6 takes rocket science seriously by testing patience before engines 10
open NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft is returning with its first-ever asteroid sample 27
open Germany's wild boars still too radioactive to eat largely due to Cold War nuke tests 137
open Meteorite is 4.6 billion years old and still rocking the solar system dating scene 4
open India set to launch Sun-spotting satellite on Saturday 5
open Japan complains Fukushima water release created terrifying Chinese Spam monster 107
By jake
open Uncle Sam accuses SpaceX of not considering asylees and refugees for employment 68
open India's Moon mission continues to triumph, Japan's waits for better weather 7
open Concorde? Pffft. NASA wants a Mach 4 passenger jet 107
open Neighbors angry as another North Korean 'satellite' launch attempt fails 19
open China's top EV battery maker announced a breakthrough, but top boffin isn't convinced 96
open India lands Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft on Moon, is the first to lunar south pole 51
By Jan 0
open Space junk targeted for cleanup mission was hit by different space junk, making more space junk 41
open IBM sells off cloud business – yes, we mean 13
open Lockheed's ARRW hypersonic missile: Sometimes it flies, sometimes it just tries 15
open Budget satellite drag sail shows space junk how to gracefully exit orbit 32
open NASA still serious about astronauts living it up on Moon space station in 2028 36
open Moscow makes a mess on the Moon as Luna 25 probe misses orbit, lands with a thud 132
open Hold the Moon – NASA's buildings are crumbling amid 200-year upgrade cycles 64
open US Space Force finally creates targeting unit – better late than never, right? 14
By Bebu
open Brainwaves rock! Scientists decode Pink Floyd tune straight from the noggin 38
open DARPA wants interoperability standard for Moon living 5
open Downloading the Webb Scope's data starts with a 6-month scheduling scramble 8
By short