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How tech is fighting back for endangered rhino -
There is only one male northern white rhino left in the world, and he's too old to mate. So scientists are coming up with some bizarre ways to save the species.
'Like riding on the moon': Welcome to the fastest place in the world -
Nowhere on earth is more synonymous with the pursuit of speed than the legendary Bonneville Salt Flats of north-western Utah.
Carnival Of Space #433
Universe Today
This week’s Carnival of Space is hosted by Joe Latrell at his Photos To Space blog. Click here to read Carnival of Space #433
Blue Origin Completes Successful Test Flight and Nails the Landing of New Shepard Rocket
Universe Today
Commercial space company Blue Origin achieved a huge milestone by successfully launching their New Shepard rocket to suborbital space and landing it dead center on target – and upright – back at th…
LG’s six-day-old smartwatch canceled due to “image quality issues”
Ars Technica
The LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE seems to have problems with its P-OLED display.
Researchers poke hole in custom crypto protecting Amazon Web Services
Ars Technica
Even when engineers do everything by the book, secure crypto is still hard.
Government Employees Got Hacked and Didn’t Find Out Until Facebook Told Them
Iranian hackers allegedly broke into the social media accounts of several State Department employees...and the victims didn’t notice until Facebook told them.
Watch a Neural Network Try to Describe a Live Feed of Amsterdam’s Streets
Computer, is that a hot dog or a sandwich?
UN Members Are Having Closed-Door Meetings on Global Internet Policy This Week
Some internet freedom advocates are concerned governments will use next month's review to push control of the internet into their hands.

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New Panasonic Camera Feature Lets You Shoot Now and Focus Later
Three Lumix cameras will gain the ability to select a focus point in photos after they're captured.
With a long weekend coming at us, it's time to catch up on some TV. This binge guide should help.
The holiday weekend is nearly upon us, and you know what that means: Days off that need filling with extra helpings of television.
Spotting Asterix: France Marks 50 Years of Space Exploration
Universe Today
Author’s note: In the wake of the November 13th terrorist attacks, the French Space Agency CNES canceled the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the launch of Asterix. This post commemorat…
They’re Back! Win a Copy of the 2016 Year in Space Wall Calendar
Universe Today
It’s the most wonderful time of the year: when the new Year In Space Wall Calendars become available! These wonderful calendars are back for 2016: they are big and are the perfect gift for al…
Do Comets Explain Mystery Star’s Bizarre Behavior?
Universe Today
The story of KIC 8462852 appears far from over. You’ll recall NASA’s Kepler mission had monitored the star for four years, observing two unusual incidents, in 2011 and 2013, when its li…
NASA Awards Contract to Aerojet Rocketdyne to Restart RS-25 Engine Production for SLS Mars Rocket
Universe Today
NASA took another big step on the path to propel our astronauts back to deep space and ultimately on to Mars with the long awaited decision to formally restart production of the venerable RS-25 eng…
What am I thankful for? Science, with a big slice of Pluto pie
Ars Technica
The initial data from New Horizons has raised mouthwatering questions about little Pluto.
New York City bus driver hospitalized after passenger fires laser
Ars Technica
Do you recognize this chump? Call the NYPD at 1-(800)-577-8477. Serious.
Chief Coca-Cola scientist leaves amid criticism over obesity research
Ars Technica
Research shifted focus away from harms of sugary drinks to exercise benefits.
CERN starts first lead collisions in upgraded Large Hadron Collider
Ars Technica
Resulting collisions have over a Peta-electronVolt of energy.
Sweden's Minister of the Future Explains How to Make Politicians Think Long-Term
"If politics wants to remain relevant and be useful to citizens, it needs to change its approach​," says Kristina Persson
The Internet Archive's Attempt to Start a New Kind of Credit Union Is Dead
A noble effort, quashed by bureaucracy.
Wayne Thom's photographs will help you see Brutalism in a new light
Anyone who revisits Brutalism is liable to encounter the work of Wayne Thom, whose photographs convey the movement's technical fluency and clever economy.
Finally, a Supercar Built for Life on a Superyacht
The seafaring spinoff of Briggs' Mono ensures the fun doesn't end just because you've docked your superyacht.
Cape Watch: Doubling Down on Super Girls (Well, Women)
There's suddenly a lot of news about female-fronted superhero movies this week.
(PHOTOS) See how modern life in Greenland is changing.
Sebastien Tixier captures a country's culture and climate in flux.
In India, a seeing eye cane is helping thousands of visually impaired users navigate safely
In India, a seeing eye cane is helping thousands of visually impaired users navigate more safely.
Pre-Order “Treasures of the Universe” Astrophotography Book Through Kickstarter
Universe Today
We’ve featured the photography of André van der Hoeven here many times, and all of his photos are wonderful. Well, now you can get them all in one big book, titled Treasures of the Universe. …

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