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Combining zero gravity with robots performing surgery probably isn't the average person's idea of a fun time, but that's what scientists envisage as the future of the robo-surgery sphere. A NASA C-9 transport aircraft in a 34,000 feet dive towards New Mexico is to be the base for this test, which wi

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It's not quite a ride on Branson's Virgin Galactic but Stephen Hawking is finally getting his chance to leave terra firma. The world famous theoretical physicist has hitched a ride with Zero-G on April 16th. The specially modified 727-200 will take off from the Shuttle Landing Facility at the Kenned

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We're not really sure which is worse, that the future has already reached Japan, or that Japan has already out-designed everyone. Apparently yesterday there was a \"spacewear fashion show\" at the University of Tokyo's Hongo campus. A joint venture between Rocketplane Kistler, an American space tour

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