A lawsuit almost stalled NASA's Cassini mission
It was just 73 pounds of plutonium, guys.
NASA seeks Jupiter's secrets with historic spacecraft flyover
The Juno mission aims to uncover the inner workings of the planet's atmosphere.
Intel has less competition against Raspberry Pi
The company has canceled its IoT-focused dev kits.
Saturn and Jupiter's moon burps bode well for distant life
Gas plumes erupting from their icy surfaces might indicate oceans that can support living organisms.
ESA wants to know why Galileo satellites' clocks stopped working
Because satellite navigation systems need precise atomic clocks to work properly.
MIT's 'Galileo' matches humans at predicting how things move
The system can look at a scene and predict how objects will collide and slide over each other.
Researchers use satellite launch blunder to test relativity
If life gives you satnav launch problems, make satnav-launch-problem-ade.
China gives its homegrown GPS rival another big push
Alibaba and a Chinese weapons manufacturer have teamed up to push the country's homegrown rival to GPS.
NASA space telescope discovers Earth's closest rocky neighbor
NASA's Spitzer telescope confirmed the discovery of HD 219134b just 21 light-years away