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open Hungover this morning? Thought 'beer before wine and you'll be fine'? Boffins prove old adage just isn't true 89
open Brit Mars bot named while NASA 'nauts must wait a bit longer for a US rocket trip to the ISS 22
By Dom 3
open Tell NASA to grab the margarita mix – a sextillion-kg salty ring found floating in space 21
By VikiAi
open Yay, we got a B for maths. Literally, a bee: Little nosy nectar nerds smart enough to add, abstract numbers 54
open What a smashing time, cheer astroboffins: Epic exoplanet space prang evidence eyeballed 16
open Pixaaaarrrrrrghh! Mars-snapping CubeSats Wall-E and Eve declared dead (for now) by NASA bods 33
open Clever girl: SpaceX's Mars-bound Raptor engine looks like it works just fine 32
open NASA pops titanium tea cosy over Martian InSight probe instrument 16
open Musk shows off the latest power plant for Starship, replaces Tesla CFO with a millennial 28
open Are you aware of the gravity of the situation on Mars? Why yes, say boffins: We rejigged Curiosity to measure it 22
open Chang'e 4 wakes and Yutu 2 stretches its solar panels for another day... on the friggin' MOON 24
open How big is the UK space industry? It hauled in £14.8bn for 2016/2017 – report 60
open Japanese astronomers find tiniest Kuiper Belt object yet – using cheap 'scopes and off-the-shelf CMOS cameras 37
open Sad relics of UK launch capability returned to Blighty while NASA fiddles with Boeing crew 20
open I studied hard, I trained for years. Yay, now I'm an astronaut in space. Argggh, leukemia! 65
By VikiAi
open NASA's Opportunity rover celebrates 15 years on Mars – by staying as dead as a doornail 66
open Crispest image yet of Ultima Thule arrives on Earth, but grab a coffee while the rest downloads 55
By EBG
open SpaceX enjoys three whole seconds of fire and fury on Pad 39A 10
By Jay 2
open I can hear the light! Boffins beam audio into ears with freakin' lasers 48
open Under Armour and Virgin Galactic team up so tourists can stay on-trend throughout white-knuckle ride into space 20
open Starship bloopers: In touching tribute to Tesla shares, Musk proto-craft tumbles – as Bezos' Blue Origin rocket lifts off 57
open Q. China just landed on its far side, the US woz there 50 years ago – now Europe wants to mine it? A. It's the Moon 45
open A Delta IV Heavy heads for space at last while New Horizons' fumes OK for 'future missions' 22
open Holy crappuccino. There's a latte trouble brewing... Bio-boffins reckon 60%+ of coffee species may be doomed 147
open Friday fun fact: If Stegosauruses had space telescopes, they wouldn't have seen any rings around Saturn 58
open RIP 2019-2019: The first plant to grow on the Moon? Yeah, it's dead already, Chinese admit 141
By Danny 2
open Iran satellite fails: ICBM test drive or microsat test? Opinion is divided... 44
open The Large Hadron Collider is small beer. Give us billions more for bigger kit, say boffins 165
open China's really cotton'd on to this whole Moon exploration thing: First seed sprouts in lunar lander biosphere 56
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 41
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 41
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 40
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? 21
By mattje
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 55
By wayne 8
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 58
By Lars
open Boffins manage to keep graphene qubits 'quantum coherent' for all of 55... nanoseconds 28

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