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NASA satellites monitor Great Barrier Reef for signs of coral bleaching.
The Golden Gate Yacht Club is home to the BMW Oracle Racing Team, which will compete in next year's America's Cup.
R&D team shows off the Gesture Keyboard and Printcast.
Teams of students designed, built and raced vehicles for NASA's 13th annual Great Moonbuggy Race.
Industrial-size digesters reduce mountains of manure into gas or electricity that can be reused on the farm and/or sold on the open market.
A high-res camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter sends back infrared color images of the Red Planet.
Killing bugs with naturally occurring (but selectively bred) micro-organisms could save farmers billions of dollars a year in crop damage.
NASA is planning to crash a water-seeking probe into the moon while ESA visits Venus. Plus, news from Mars.
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On April 12, 1981, an untested space shuttle Columbia lifted off and began a new era of space exploration.
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