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open Brit military boffins buy airtime on HD eye-in-the-sky video satellite 23
open Paul Allen's six-engined monster plane prepares for space deliveries 114
open Deep in remote Oz, an antenna has 'heard' the oldest stars 14
By PghMike
open Martian microbes may just be resting – boffins 32
open Scientists change their minds, think water may be all over the Moon 27
By mosw
open Inviting nearby exoplanet revealed as radiation-baked hell 44
open Hubble Space Telescope one of 16 suffering data-scrambling sensor error 51
open Does my boom look big in this? New universe measurements bewilder boffins 98
open SpaceX's internet satellites to beam down 'Hello world' from orbit 63
By onefang
open Amateur astronomer strikes it lucky with first glimpse of a Supernova 37
open Bright idea: Make H when the Sun shines, and H when it doesn't 68
open Euro Space Agency probe begins search for guff gas on Mars 18
open Opportunity knocked? Rover survives Martian winter, may not survive budget cuts 81
open Astro-boffinry world rocked to its very core: Shock as Andromeda found to be not much bigger than Milky Way 102
By Jtom
open Arrrgh! Put down the crisps! 'Ultra-processed' foods linked to cancer! 95
open Life's a beach – then you're the comms nexus of the British Empire and Marconi-baiting hax0rs 44
open Sorry, Elon, your Tesla roadster won't orbit for billions of years 66
open Mars is red, Earth is blue. Here's a space laser story for you 26
open National Museum of Computing rattles the bucket: Help shift war-winning proto-puter 36
open NASA budget shock: Climate studies? GTFO. We're making the Moon great again, says Trump 154
open What did we say about Tesla's self-driving tech? SpaceX Roadster skips Mars, steers to asteroids 168
open LISA Pathfinder sniffed out gravitational signals down to micro-Hertz 30
open Can't wait to get to Mars on a SpaceX ship? It's a cold, dead rock – boffins 51
By Farnet
open MY GOD, IT'S FULL OF CARS: SpaceX parks a Tesla in orbit (just don't mention the barge) 337
open NASA's zombie IMAGE satellite is powered up and working quite nicely 74
open Women beat men to jobs due to guys' bad social skills. Whoa – you mad, fellas? Maybe these eggheads have a point... 77
By Esme
open A Hughes failure: Flat Earther rocketeer can't get it up yet again 181
open Exoplanets from another galaxy spotted – take that, Kepler fatigue! 33
open Epic spacewalk, epic FAIL: Cosmonauts point new antenna in the wrong direction 47
By Kingbob
open Supermassive black holes scoff just one star per year, say space weight watchers 12
open Astroboffins spot sneaky signs that the Milky Way devoured smaller galaxies 21
open Dinosaurs gathered at NASA Goddard site for fatal feeding frenzy 38
By Nimby
open Anti-missile missile misses again, US military mum on meaning of mess 51
By Lars
open NASA finds satellite, realises it has lost the software and kit that talk to it 163
open UK's iconic Jodrell Bank Observatory nominated as World Heritage Site 46
open Zombie … in SPAAACE: Amateur gets chatty with 'dead' satellite 39
By nijam
open GOLD! Always believe in your role. You've got the power to know you're indestructible... 24
open Google yanks cash firehose from Lunar X Moonshot comp. The actual Moon shot one 17
By LDS
open PACK YOUR BAGS! Two Trappist-1 planets have watery oceans, most likely to be inhabitable 57
open NASA rethinking InSight probe mission after dust storm predicted for Mars 16
open 2018's first spacewalk bugged by software 13
open Mass limit proposed so boffins can tell when they've fingered a brown dwarf or a fat planet 24
open NASA is sniffing jet fuel over Germany 88
open A high-energy neutrino, a powerful cosmic ray, and a gamma ray walk into a bar... Where you from, asks the bartender 35
By Nimby
open President Trump turns out the lights on solar panel imports into US 80
open Bookworms' Weston mecca: The Oxford institution with a Swindon secret 25
By Pulsehx
closed Worried we'll make ourselves extinct? Let’s be scientific about it 30
closed The Register Lectures tackle tractor beams and truculent tech 1

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