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The breakthrough came nearly five months after InSight, touched down on the surface of Mars on seismological mission. #Science&Technology #NASA #Space


 
Tech giant says it will also ban content that 'expresses praise or support' for far-right individuals and groups. #Facebook #TheFarRight #Socialmedia #Europe #UnitedKingdom #Science&Technology


 
The mega jet has a wingspan the length of an American football field and is powered by six engines on a twin fuselage. #Aviation #Science&Technology #UnitedStates #US&Canada


 
SpaceX successfully launched its first operational mission of Falcon Heavy, more than a year after it launched a sports car into space. #Science&Technology #Space #US&Canada #UnitedStates


 
Spacecraft's engine turned off shortly before landing and it was in pieces scattered at the landing site. #Science&Technology #MiddleEast #Israel


 
The highly anticipated photo shows a dark core, encircled by a bright orange halo of white-hot gas and plasma. #Space #Science #Science&Technology


 
The British capital is the first city to bring in toll for polluting vehicles in an effort to reduce harmful pollution. #UnitedKingdom #Science&Technology #Europe #Environment #England


 
Three probes are making close encounters with our celestial neighbours in the next three days. #US&Canada #Science&Technology #UnitedStates


 
South Korea becomes the fastest country to launch 5G mobile networks nationwide. #AsiaPacific #SouthKorea #Science&Technology


 
Millions more people could get exposed to mosquito-borne diseases in coming years amid global warming, experts say. #ClimateSOS #Health #Science&Technology #Science #Europe


 
Law makes it offence in Australia for firms not to remove videos, photos showing murder, torture or rape without delay. #Australia #Science&Technology #AsiaPacific #NewZealandattack


 
Country echoes concerns of NASA administrator that debris from test could damage the International Space Station. #Science&Technology #India #Pakistan


 
NASA head says the missile test created 400 pieces of debris that increased risk to astronauts on board ISS. #Science&Technology #Asia #India


 
Bill would require social media sites to carry warnings on posts the government deems false and remove certain comments. #Science&Technology #AsiaPacific #Singapore


 
US researchers genetically modify mosquitoes making females less likely to spread diseases like dengue and Zika. #Science&Technology #Science #Health #US&Canada


 
The United Nations has held talks on banning weapons that can target and kill without a human controlling them. #Science&Technology #War&Conflict #War


 
The United Nations has held talks on banning weapons that can target and kill without a human controlling them. #Science&Technology #War&Conflict #War


 
Google employees rebelled last year, signing a petition saying Google should not be in the business of war. #UnitedStates #Science&Technology


 
Google employees rebelled last year, signing a petition saying Google should not be in the business of war. #UnitedStates #Science&Technology


 
28 countries sign up to ban on developing robots that could kill humans but some states are choosing to opt out. #Science&Technology


 
The firm says its net profit grew 25 percent to $8.8bn last year amid concerns its equipment could be used for spying. #Business&Economy #AsiaPacific #Science&Technology #China


 
The firm says its net profit grew 25 percent to $8.8bn last year amid concerns its equipment could be used for spying. #Business&Economy #AsiaPacific #Science&Technology #China


 
Deal is aimed at speeding up connectivity to help bring communications on the island into the 21st century. #Cuba #UnitedStates #MiguelDiaz-Canel #LatinAmerica #Science&Technology


 
28 countries sign up to ban on developing robots that could kill humans but some states are choosing to opt out. #Science&Technology


 
Social network extends ban on hate speech to prohibit promotion and support of white nationalism and white separatism. #Facebook #Socialmedia #Media #Science&Technology #UnitedStates #US&Canada


 
Anti-satellite missile can destroy enemy satellites, which can provide crucial intelligence and communications in war. #Science&Technology #Asia #India #US&Canada #China


 
A planned flight by two women astronauts scrapped due to lack of available spacesuits at International Space Station. #Science&Technology #UnitedStates


 
Security website's report forces social media giant to admit its servers stored millions of passwords in plain text. #Socialmedia #Facebook #Security #Science&Technology #UnitedStates


 
The penalty brings the tech giant's total tab with the European bloc to $9.31bn in less than two years. #EuropeanUnion #Google #Science&Technology


 
Scientists have gathered in Geneva to better regulate research into human genome editing. #Health #Science&Technology #Science


 
A live-stream of Friday's massacre was available to watch on various social media platforms hours after the incident. #NewZealandattack #NewZealand #Science&Technology #AsiaPacific #Facebook #Islamophobia


 
It's time to talk about Silicon Valley as an imperial force and what has to be done to resist its power. #Socialmedia #Science&Technology


 
Boeing 737 MAX 8's state-of-the art MCAS has been implicated in two fatal crashes merely months apart. #Ethiopia #Africa #Science&Technology #Aviation


 
Social media firms are under pressure to halt the spread of fake content on their platforms. #Media #Socialmedia #Science&Technology #Europe #UnitedKingdom #Facebook


 
Social media firms are under pressure to halt the spread of fake content on their platforms. #Media #Socialmedia #Science&Technology #Europe #UnitedKingdom #Facebook


 
Unmanned capsule designed to take humans into space returns to Earth, completing landmark mission for Elon Musk's firm. #US&Canada #Science&Technology


 
US engineers hope a network of satellites in space could be the answer. #AsiaPacific #Science&Technology #Malaysia #MalaysiaAirlines


 
Under pressure from trade tariffs, new CO2 rules and even Brexit, carmakers around the world are electrifying. #Business&Economy #Science&Technology #China #Environment #Europe


 
Unmanned capsule designed to take humans into space returns to Earth, completing landmark mission for Elon Musk's firm. #Science&Technology #US&Canada #UnitedStates


 
The Chinese tech giant is suing the US government for banning Huawei products. #Business&Economy #China #Science&Technology #US&Canada #UnitedStates #Canada


 
The first commercial capsule capable of carrying humans has docked with the International Space Station. #Space #Science&Technology #Science


 
If the six-day demo goes well, SpaceX could launch two astronauts this summer under NASA's commercial crew programme. #Space #UnitedStates #Science&Technology


 
The capsule is unmanned for this flight, but SpaceX owner Elon Musk says it will not be long before commercial customers will be able to travel into space. #US&Canada #UnitedStates #Science&Technology


 
If successful, the dummy run of SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule will clear the way for manned tests. #UnitedStates #Space #Science&Technology


 
The Hayabusa2's target - the asteroid named Ryugu - is thought to be as old as the solar system itself. #AsiaPacific #Japan #Science&Technology


 
Spacecraft is on a mission to collect material that could provide clues to the origin of life and the solar system. #Japan #Science&Technology #AsiaPacific


 
Microchip technology is getting under the skin of thousands of Swedes. #Europe #Sweden #Science&Technology


 
Astronaut launch systems design concerns threaten US bid to revive human spaceflight programme, Reuters reports. #Space #UnitedStates #US&Canada #Science&Technology


 
The leading smartphone maker's answer to the sales is a phone that can be folded. But is that worth nearly $2,000? #US&Canada #Science&Technology


 
In interview with BBC, Ren Zhengfei describes arrest of his daughter and Huawei executive as 'politically motivated'. #Science&Technology #Business&Economy #AsiaPacific #US&Canada #Europe #China