The Space Shuttle Endeavour launched this morning with a new 12-foot robot that can perform maintenance tasks to the ISS, relieving astronauts of risky duties.
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Two powerful new science instruments will be installed on the Hubble Space Telescope to enhance its imaging capabilities.
Expected to be available by the end of the year, laser TV promises twice the color of HD.
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The next shuttle launch will carry with it a European scientific research laboratory that will significantly expand experiments in space.
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Today's launch of a Chinese lunar orbiter signals the beginning of the country's missions to the Moon.
Despite recommendations from an independent safety group, NASA is not going to replace damaged panels on the spacecraft's wing leading edges.
A new device that reproduces earthquake vibrations will be tested today on a two-story, life-size model of a hospital room.