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- How will the new intelligent breed of ROVs benefit us? 7 August 2017How will the new intelligent breed of remote-operated vehicles (ROVs) benefit us?
- United Arab Emirates to launch space mission to Mars 27 July 2017The United Arab Emirates is working to send a probe to orbit Mars. The UAE Space Agency has called its mission “Al Amal” Hope and has now introduced
- Why is it so hard to detect dark matter? 21 July 2017Euronews has spoken to Euclid project scientist René Laureijs and CERN particle physicist Caterina Doglioni to find out why dark matter is it so hard to get a glimpse of dark matter.
- Takeaway: deep-sea robot for tomorrow 17 July 2017How do underwater robots work?
- Voyaging back into space at 60: Paolo Nespoli 13 July 2017The Italian astronaut is about to embark on his third space mission, this time to the International Space Station.
- Awesome close-up shots of Jupiter's Giant Red Spot 13 July 2017Jupiter’s Great Red Spot has been photographed up close for the first time by NASA’s Juno spacecraft, revealing stunning images of this swirling
- The Apollo Missions: Legends of Space 13 July 2017Franck de Winne, Head of the European Astronaut Centre, talks about the impact of the Apollo missions.
- Smallest-ever star discovered 12 July 2017The smallest-ever star has been discovered, a mini version of our Sun about as big as the planet Saturn.
- Giant iceberg breaks off Antarctic ice shelf 12 July 2017A truly enormous iceberg has broken off Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf, changing the map of the continent forever. Depending how you look at it
- Tesla's Model 3: What to know about the affordable car 10 July 2017Tesla’s Model 3 officially began rolling off the production line Friday, July 7. The all-electric sedan is the company’s ambitious foray into the
- How will the new intelligent breed of ROVs benefit us? 7 August 2017