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open Friday fun fact: If Stegosauruses had space telescopes, they wouldn't have seen any rings around Saturn 18
open RIP 2019-2019: The first plant to grow on the Moon? Yeah, it's dead already, Chinese admit 119
open Iran satellite fails: ICBM test drive or microsat test? Opinion is divided... 43
open The Large Hadron Collider is small beer. Give us billions more for bigger kit, say boffins 161
open China's really cotton'd on to this whole Moon exploration thing: First seed sprouts in lunar lander biosphere 54
open Spektr-R goes quiet, Dragon splashes down and SpaceX lays off 25
open People say tabloid hacks are always looking for an angle. This time, they'd be right: Tilting disk of proto-planets spotted 30
open Computing boffins strip the fun out of satirical headlines 38
open It's the weekend. We're out of puns for now. Just have a gander at China's Moon lander and robo-sidekick snaps, videos 40
open Q. How exactly do you test car seats? A. With this sweaty 'robutt' that twerks for days and days 24
open SpaceX sends Iridium-8 into space while Musk flaunts his retro rocket 27
open What's the fate of our Solar System? Boffins peer into giant crystal ball – ah, no, wait, that's our Sun in 10bn years 39
open Hubble 'scope camera breaks down amid US govt shutdown, forcing boffins to fix it for free 238
open Typical! You wait ages for a fast radio burst from outer space, and suddenly 13 show up 33
open What's 23 times the size of Earth, uncomfortably warm – and has astroboffins excited? 20
open Fly me to the Moon, let me play among the stars. Do you think we could get another probe to land on Mars? 9
open Gyro failure fingered for sending Earth-gazing Digital Globe sat TITSUP (That's a total inability to snap usual pics) 10
open Killer superbugs in space... are something astronauts on orbiting science lab don't have to worry about right now 7
By Flakk
open Chinese rover pootles about... on the far side of the friggin' MOON 59
open Dark matter's such a pushover: Baby stars can shove weird stuff around dwarf galaxies 64
open SpaceX's Crew Dragon shows up at pad 39A, nearly 8 years after the last Shuttle left 56
open Forget 2019's tech biz takeovers, here's the mega-merger everyone's talking about: Milky Way and LMC, coming soon 25
open Florida man stumbles on biggest prime number after working plucky i5 CPU for 12 days straight 54
open New Horizons snaps finish buffering: Ultima Thule actually two dust bunnies that got snuggly 4.5 billion years ago 47
open China's loose Chang'e: Probe lands on far side of the Moon in science first, says state media 59
By Lars
open Boffins manage to keep graphene qubits 'quantum coherent' for all of 55... nanoseconds 28
open New Horizons probe reveals Ultima Thule is huge, spinning... chicken drumstick? 64
open Crystal ball gazers declare that Windows 10 has finally overtaken Windows 7 94
open An upset tummy and a sphincter-loosening blackout: Lunar spaceflight is all glamour 99
open 50 years ago: NASA blasts off the first humans to experience a lunar close encounter 123
open Scrubtastic end to 2018 as SpaceX, Blue Origin, Arianespace all opt for another day on Earth 12
open Brexit-dodging SCISYS Brits find Galileo joy in Dublin 136
open Happy Christmas! Bloodhound SSC refuelled by Yorkshire business chap 33
open Astroboffins spy a rare exoplanet evaporating before their eyes 41
open Virgin Galactic test flight reaches space for the first time, lugging NASA cargo in place of tourists 61
open Phew, galactic accident helps boffins explain dark matter riddle 55
open Hole-y ship: ISS 'nauts take a wander to crack Soyuz driller whodunnit 48
open Supernovae may explain mass extinctions of marine animals 2.6 million years ago 65
open Boffins build bugged bees bearing backpacks 23
open OSIRIS-REx space probe catches a whiff of water on asteroid Bennu 22
open China on its way to becoming the first nation to land on the far side of the Moon 39
By AK565
open Official: Voyager 2 is now an interstellar spacecraft 81
By jake
open Boffins build blazing battery bonfire 157
open Bloodhound SSC reaches the end of the road for want of £25m 64
open Galileo's magnifico measurement: 1976 redshift test updated 29
By Major N
open Falcon 9 gets its feet wet as SpaceX notch up two more launch successes 45
By JJKing
open Waiter, what's this? SpaceX delivery delayed for a day by moldy food 30
open No, you haven't gone deaf – the Large Hadron Collider has been wound down for more upgrades 44
open Three become six as new 'nauts arrive for a visit to the ISS 18
By D@v3
open FYI: NASA has sent a snatch-and-grab spacecraft to an asteroid to seize some rock and send it back to Earth 46


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