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Microsoft wants to cut down pollution from its business travel  

Stunning images show NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft stirring up rocks on an asteroid

Three astronauts are returning home after waiting out most of the pandemic in space

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft successfully taps an asteroid in attempt to grab a sample

A NASA spacecraft is poised to snag the largest sample of rocks from an asteroid ever

OSIRIS-REx is about to perform its signature feat

The ambitious effort to piece together America’s fragmented health data

The infrastructure could help fight the next pandemic

Go read this story about the ‘heat gap’ deepening the world’s divisions

Space

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Apple ditching chargers saves costs but not the planet

FDA approves first treatment for Ebola

When senior citizens are the early adopters

A spacecraft is about to slingshot around Venus, putting it on course for Mercury

First scientist slated to fly to space on Virgin Galactic’s suborbital tourist rocket

Take a breather with the winners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition

YouTube will remove videos with COVID-19 vaccine misinformation

NASA astronaut launches on Russian rocket as US transitions to private spacecraft

Solar energy reaches historically low costs

Facebook announces ban on anti-vaccination ads

“We don’t want these ads on our platform”

US and seven other countries sign NASA’s Artemis Accords to set rules for exploring the Moon

Energy

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Blue Origin launches and lands a New Shepard rocket on its seventh trip to space

Johnson & Johnson pauses COVID-19 vaccine trial due to unexplained illness

Alphabet’s latest X project is a crop-sniffing plant buggy

Earth’s next mini-moon might be space junk from the 1960s

Head of Russian space program calls for more international cooperation in NASA’s Moon plans

Launch of NASA’s SpaceX Crew-1 mission delayed until November