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Remember: Heat + Food = Cooking!
Scientists with NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center say they have discovered that the building blocks of life can be created and maintained in extreme heat.
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Our favorite space "things": 1) potential extraterrestrial life, 2) black holes, and 3) neutron stars. Face it, neutron stars are so hot, they're cool.
Researchers from several universities have detected all phases of thermonuclear burning in a neutron star for the first time.
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And soon we'll be seeing underneath that canopy..
A NASA-led science team has created an accurate, high-resolution map of the height of Earth's forests. The map will help scientists better understand the role forests play in climate change and how th...
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Has the night sky cleared up over your town? Have you taken your moon photo yet? Remember, send them to us for your chance to win a fantastic telescope set in "Shoot for the Moon" with redOrbit.com!
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This ties in nicely with our next contest... Yep, it's got SOMETHING to do with the moon, folks.
On October 4, 1957, the Soviet Union launched Sputnik 1 into space, a monumental moment in the history of space exploration and the beginning of the race to the Moon. Today, there are hints of a new r...
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If you love orange juice (and we certainly do), you'll want to know about this...
Nine shipments of orange juice originating from Brazil and Canada were detained after they tested positive for an illegal fungicide.
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Hold on a second... Bacon Bandages? Sweet! What's next? Chocolate Casts? Salmon Splints?
A new medical study is recommending a remedy to staunch nosebleeds called “nasal packing with strips of cured pork”.
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More advancements in haptics... Matrix, here we come!
Engineers at the University of Utah have created a video game controller designed to tug and stretch a players thumb tips. Such a sensation could be used to simulate ocean waves, gun fire, or even the...
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We've been excited about the possibility of space elevators ever since we first read about them in an Arthur C. Clarke novel. No titles given. Look it up or post it here if you know!
A Japanese construction company has announced plans to design and build the world's first space elevator, which they are hoping to have completed in the next 40 years.
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New logo, same old Windows?
Redmond, Washington-based computing giant Microsoft has confirmed that they will be doing away with their iconic, more than two decade old multicolor flag-style logo and replacing it with a simplified...
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It's coming. Will we be giving one away? You bet! But stay tuned for another great giveaway announcement!!!
Apple plans to unveil its new iPad 3 during a San Francisco event the first week of March, the website AllThingsD reported on Thursday, citing unnamed sources.
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And now for something completely different... A poop transplant... Yes, you read that right... A poop transplant. And just because it's fun, we'll say it one more time. Poop.
Researchers are fine tuning a treatment that involves adding a sample of the stool of another which jump-starts the infected patients immune system.
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RedOrbit, Inc., headquartered in Texas, was founded in November 2002. The web site, RedOrbit.com, was launched in May 2003, with the goal of creating the largest, most unique internet community, with the strongest consumer brand, in the most underserved niche on the Web. RedOrbit.com has since become the premier internet destination for space, science, health, and technology enthusiasts around the globe.
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