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Next Mission to Mars Launches Monday: Watch It Live
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You can watch the liftoff live here at Space.com, courtesy of the European Space Agency (ESA); coverage begins at 4:30 a.m. EDT (0830 GMT). The rocket launch will kick off a seven-month journey to the Red Planet for the ExoMars payload, which consists …

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California's next major earthquake could be even bigger than we thought, new …
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LOS ANGELES — The San Andreas Fault has an infamous reputation, but there are other fault lines lying around California that can trigger a powerful earthquake, especially if they rupture simultaneously, a new report says. A U.S. geologist discovered …

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Warning the West Coast About the Next Big Earthquake
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When it comes to earthquake preparedness, the U.S. is surprisingly behind the times. Despite the fact that nearly half of all Americans are susceptible to potentially damaging earthquakes, the country is ill-prepared to sustain a tremor of the …

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Next up for Rowan engineering: Outer space
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You either have to carry your batteries with you – which is in most cases impractical – or by and large in space, you would rely on light, on sun," said Robi Polikar, head of the electrical and computer engineering department at Rowan University. And …

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Next floor: Outer space
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Now expand that to an earth-sized system,” Laine said. A counter weight in space — a space station or satellite — is at one end. The other end is attached via cable to a platform on Earth. Using the cable, a device could ferry payloads and people …

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Next stop, Lunar City: 3D-printed space pods to form permanent 'moon village'
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It has been more than four decades since anyone set foot on the desolate space rock. What was once the focus of man's early dalliance with space flight has since played second fiddle to a fascination with Mars. But the ESA's interest could make the …

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