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open Bloodhound Super-Sonic-Car lacks Super-Sonic-Cashflow 59
open NASA's Chandra probe suddenly becomes an EX-ray space telescope (for now, anyway) 36
open With sorry Soyuz stuffed, who's going to run NASA's space station taxi service now? 104
open Russian rocket goes BOOM again – this time with a crew on it 130
open Huge ice blades on Jupiter’s Europa will make it a right pain in the ASCII to land on 54
open Astroboffins discover when white and brown dwarfs mix, the results are rather explosive 15
By Cuddles
open Hate to burst your Hubble: Science stops as boffins scramble to diagnose gyro problem 42
By ridley
open SpaceX touches down in California as Voyager 2 spies interstellar space 75
open It's over 9,000! Boffin-baffling microquasar has power that makes the LHC look like a kid's toy 63
open 30 years ago, NASA put Challenger behind it and sent a Space Shuttle back out into the black 30
open Organic stuff, radiation, unexpected methane... Yes, we're talking about Saturn's surprising rings 12
By Crisp
open UK space comes to an 'understanding' with Australia as Brexit looms 253
open Astroboffins may have found the first exomoon lurking beyond the Solar System 43
open Hunt for Planet X finds yet another planetoid, just not the right one 38
By hplasm
open JAXA probe's lucky MASCOT plonks down on space rock Ryugu without a hitch 25
open Laser-sharp research sees three top boffins win the Nobel Prize in physics 44
open NASA's Kepler telescope is sent back to sleep as scientists preserve fuel for the next data dump 21
By I&I
open Brit startup plans fusion-powered missions to the stars 74
open Send up a satellite to zap space junk if you want Earth's orbit to be clean, say boffins 88
open New theory: The space alien origins of vital bio-blueprints for dinosaurs. And cats. And humans. And everything else 44
open TLS proxies? Nah. Truthfully Less Secure 'n' poxy, say Canadian infosec researchers 19
open Blueprint of modern construction can be found in a tech cluster... of 19th century England 27
open Bombing raids during WWII sent out shockwaves powerful enough to alter the Earth's ionosphere 83
open NASA to celebrate 55th anniversary of first Moon landing by, er, deciding how to land humans on the Moon again 85
open Good news: Sub-surface life on Mars possible, moons from big impacts. There is no bad news 25
open Fat chance: Cholesterol leads boffins to discover world's oldest animal fossil – 558m years old 35
open Curiosity's computer silent on science, baffling boffins 47
open Got any ecsta-sea? Boffins get octopuses high on MDMA – for science, duh 41
By Swarthy
open Bouncing robots land on asteroid 180m miles away amid mission to fetch sample for Earth 28
open Bad weather, baulky booster keep ISS 'naut snacks on the ground 4
open Flying to Mars will be so rad, dude: Year-long trip may dump 60% lifetime dose of radiation on you 109
open Garbage collection – in SPAAACE: Net snaffles junk in first step to clean up Earth's orbiting litter 41
open Holy macaroni! After months of number-crunching, behold the strongest material in the universe: Nuclear pasta 66
open The Reg chats with Voyager Imaging Team member Dr Garry E Hunt 50
open Revealed: The billionaire baron who’ll ride Elon’s thrusting erection to the Moon and back 77
open Russia: The hole in the ISS Soyuz lifeboat – was it the crew wot dunnit? 100
open UK.gov finally adds Galileo and Copernicus to the Brexit divorce bill 267
open New MeX-Files: The curious case of an evacuated US solar lab, the FBI – and bananas conspiracy theories 68
By DougS
open World's oldest URL – fragments 73,000 years old – discovered in cave 44
open Martian weather has cleared at last: Now NASA's wondering, will Opportunity knock? 31
open Boffins don't want to burst your bubble – they create them with sound 11
open SpaceX dodges lightning while storms keep Japan earthbound 25
open Pluto is more alive than Mars, huff physicists who are still not over dwarf planet's demotion 62
open NASA's Kepler probe rouses from its slumber, up and running again 32
By onefang
open Voyager 1 left the planet 41 years ago – and SpaceX hopes to land on Earth this Saturday 120
open Neutron star crash in a galaxy far, far... far away spews 'faster than light' radio signal jets at Earth 100
By Tannin
open Roskosmos admits that Soyuz 'meteorite' hole had more earthly origins 46
open Black holes can briefly bring dead white dwarf stars back to life 39
By Rol
open Fruit flies use the power of the sun to help them fly in straight lines 33
open Space station springs a leak while astronauts are asleep (but don't panic) 83

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