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The Mars Global Surveyor should reach the Red Planet in about seven months. It will scan the surface for water.
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If NASA shuttles continue to be delayed the International Space Station may be decommissioned before 2010, according to scientists.
Aspen Aerogels makes materials designed to be not only lightweight but also capable of withstanding extreme cold and heat.
Potentially toxic wastes gather in overseas workshops where electronics gear from the U.S. and Europe is dismantled.
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Google invades Microsoft territory as it launches a beta version of Google Desktop Search.
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