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Sir Richard Branson quietly shelves Virgin submarine plan

Virgin Oceanic’s DeepFlight Challenger submarine, whose mission was described by Sir Richard Branson as “the last great challenge for humans”, has been mothballed<p>Sir Richard Branson has quietly shelved his latest adventure: an ambitious plan to pilot a submarine to the deepest points of the world’s …

Inside Sony's Mysterious 'Red Pockets': Hackers Blow Open China Bribery Probe

Back in October 2013, Sony Pictures received an email from the US Security and Exchange Commission that caused serious concern amongst its legal staff, files leaked by the Guardians of Peace hackers this week and published online have revealed. Senior counsel at the SEC, Morgan Ward Doran, was …

Billion Star Sky Surveyor Launches

Changing Planet<p>Europe’s Gaia Space Telescope promises to create the most accurate map of the Milky Way galaxy ever attempted. Credit: ESA/ATG medialab; background: ESO/S. Brunier<p><b>Astronomers plan on rewriting the star-charts with the latest space telescope, which aims at unlocking the secrets behind</b> …

Carefully Applied Dyes Reveal Colorful Anatomy of Fish

<i>Cleared</i> is a photo series by formally trained engineer and mathematician Adam Summers that offers a new way of viewing marine life. The scientific photographer, who has always been fascinated with biology, took it upon himself to experiment with his specimens by altering the pigments of their …

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NASA spacecraft captures color video of 20,000 mile-wide jetstream at Saturn's north pole

NASA announced this week that its Cassini spacecraft has managed to capture a first-of-its-kind film of the monstrous jet stream roiling at Saturn's north pole. The short GIF, using color filters, shows currents of air moving at 200 miles per hour in what's known as "the hexagon," a system unique …