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This Is the Animal Actually Found By North Korean Archeologist—No, It's Not a Unicorn

The world got it all wrong, so you can all stop laughing now. The North Korean archeologists didn't find a magic unicorn lair belonging to an ancient king in Pyongyang. Don't be stupid! No, they actually found lair of the animal you are seeing above. Read More >>

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Explore the Dragon Capsule's Interior in this Panorama

SpaceX has published this neat interactive panorama of the inside of its Dragon capsule, America's first private spacecraft. Read More >>

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Here Are the Companies That Will Get Us Back to Space

NASA may have shuttered its Space Shuttle program, but we knew that wasn't the end of manned American trips to space. Today, NASA shelled out 1.1 billion dollars to three private firms who have been working on spacecrafts of their own: Boeing, Sierra, and SpaceX. Read More >>

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SpaceX Dragon Safely Splashes Down in the Pacific

Good news for those following the intrepid private commercial space explorers. After successfully docking with the ISS, delivering its payload, and being loaded up with a bunch of stuff to take back home -- Dragon has landed safe and sound back on planet Earth. Read More >>

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These Are the Reactions of an ISS Astronaut to SpaceX's Dragon

On Friday, history was made as SpaceX's Dragon docked with the International Space Station, marking the start of a future of privatised space exploration. Now, one of the astronauts aboard the ISS has shared his reactions to Dragon and posted them on his blog. Read More >>

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Watch the SpaceX Dragon Attempt to Dock With the ISS Live Right Now

We saw the first private, commercial spaceship finally set off for the ISS just three days ago, but today marks its first attempt to dock with the space station and resupply those astronauts aboard. You can watch along live as they prep for a 12.30pm mating with the ISS. Read More >>

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SpaceX Has Beamed Scotty Up to Orbit

After its launch yesterday, the Dragon capsule is now on its way to the International Space Station. But the Falcon 9 rocket carried something else: the ashes of James Doohan, the actor who played Scotty in Star Trek. Read More >>

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All Systems Go For First Private Spacecraft To Reach the Space Station

NASA and SpaceX have a date for the launch of the Dragon spacecraft that will reach the International Space Station: Saturday, May 19, from 4:55 AM ET/1:55 AM ET. It will be a historic moment. Here's what will happen: Read More >>

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The First Private Spaceship That Will Dock to the International Space Station

You are looking at the first private spaceship that will dock with the International Space Station: a SpaceX Dragon on top of a Falcon 9 rocket. It's the beginning of the future of manned space travel, people. Read More >>

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SpaceX Forced to Delay Launch to Space Station

SpaceX has once again been forced to delay the launch of its Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon spacecraft. The latest launch date was scheduled for Monday, May 7 from Cape Canaveral in Florida and a new date hasn't been set. Issues with the software responsible for controlling the automated spacecraft have caused several of the past issues and are assumed to be responsible for these latest delays. Read More >>

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The First Look Inside the First Private Spaceship

On June 2010, SpaceX launched into orbit a simplified version of their Dragon capsule. It was the first private spaceship in history, and it was a complete success. Now they are human testing it, getting it ready for its first manned flight. Read More >>

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SpaceX Successfully Fires Up Its "Super" Rocket Engine That'll Let It Land On Mars

SpaceX’s goal of commercial spaceflight and space expeditions took a massive step forward with the testing of the company’s SuperDraco engine. This is the rocket that should allow its Dragon spaceships to land safely back on Earth, or any other planet for that matter. Read More >>

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Here's How Siri Can Power an Apple HDTV

Nuance, the amazing voice recognition technology behind Siri and other voice recognition software on phones, has announced that they'll be bringing their voice tech to TVs now with Dragon TV. Basically, Nuance wants you to talk to your TVs. And since Apple is supposedly making an HDTV that let's you talk to the TV, this is getting VERY interesting. Read More >>

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