At long last SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket took off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, this afternoon and soared to space, carrying its payload — CEO Elon Musk’s red Tesla Roadster — into orbit. The Falcon first
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I’m sure all of you reading this have heard about the horrible, destructive effects of Hurricane Irma on the Caribbean countries all the way up to the US states of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.
There’s a ton of games coming to Nintendo’s latest and greatest video game console. The Switch is getting some expected first party titles like Super Mario Odyssey and exclusives like Xenoblade Chronicles
These are the closest-ever images of Saturn. They were taken by NASA's Cassini spacecraft just days before it crashed into Saturn. The results are spectacular. Shortly after Cassini took its final image,
Japanese firm devises plan for an Ocean Spiral community that descends nine miles to the seabed With dry land increasingly at a premium, a Japanese construction company has come up with a plan to sink
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There are lots of little, annoying game design elements and practices that have come up over time. Some have lived out their welcome and disappeared into memory. Others, like the ever-irritating Quick-Time
The Sony World Photography Awards, an annual competition hosted by the World Photography Organisation, has recently announced its shortlist of winners. This year's contest attracted more than 140,000 from
Unification has become something of a buzzword in South Korea this month. President Park Geun-hye emphasised it in her New Year press conference, the opposition Democratic Party did likewise, and journalists,
Black holes don't actually exist in the way we traditionally think of them, renowned physicist Stephen Hawking has proposed in a short but potentially revolutionary paper. Classical theory holds that energy
A swarm of 100 tiny satellites is poised to launch into orbit, owned by schoolchildren and space enthusiasts. Richard Hollingham finds out what it took to make these tiny travellers fly, and how they posing
See the prevailing looks captured by Diego Zuko. Like a well-preserved eco-system, the world of fashion can work like a machine. See a stellar trend on the runway one season and watch it come to life the