NASA observes possible water geysers on Europa
The observation appears to confirm earlier sightings of water spewing from Jupiter's moon.
Satellites could predict the next human-caused earthquake
Radar from orbit can track land deformation from injected wastewater, which is known to cause tremors.
Alan Turing's groundbreaking synthesizer music restored
Computer-generated music is just another of his gifts to the world.
Pluto may have a 60 mile deep liquid water ocean
The excommunicated "planet" is full of surprises.
Researchers think chaos theory can get us past Moore's Law
Researchers at NC State believe that they can make chips faster without making them smaller.
Bloodhound's land speed record revived by Chinese car giant
The team still hopes to crack 763MPH next year.
SpaceX test-fires 'Raptor' rocket that will take humans to Mars
The engine is three times more powerful than the one on the Falcon 9.
Hubble study helps explain the heyday of galaxy formation
Gas-heavy galaxies were creating plenty of stars billions of years ago.
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