SpaceX completed another launch of its Falcon 9 rocket early Thursday with first two prototype satellites of its global broadband internet-in-space project, Starlink, successfully deployed in orbit.
Harvard researchers have developed a flat, electronically controlled artificial eye that can simultaneously controls for three of the major contributors to blurry images: focus, astigmatism, and image shift.
An international team has drawn on surprising genetic and archeological evidence to show that Przewalski's horse, previously believed to be the last wild equine in the world, actually descends from horses once domesticated by humans.
Britain will be able to communicate with astronauts on journeys into deep space for the first time, the UK Space Agency announced Thursday.
SpaceX called off an attempted launch of its Falcon 9 rocket Wednesday morning due to strong high-altitude winds and is slated to launch its first Starlink broadband satellites on Thursday.
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