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Russia unveiled its plan to conquer the Moon in 2016 with Fedor, a semi-autonomous humanoid robot that will someday build human civilizations on the lunar surface. The Russian robot is finally ready to
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Those in their 30s are typically closer to the beginning of their working life than the end of it. But bringing your retirement date forward is possible, given careful planning and a dedicated approach
MOSCOW — A mystery explosion at a Russian weapons testing range involved radioactive materials, the authorities admitted on Saturday, as the blast’s admitted death toll rose and signs of a creeping radiation