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Astronauts James McDivitt and Ed White inside the Gemini spacecraft for a simulated launch at Cape Canaveral, Florida

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“Neuristor”: Memristors used to create a neuron-like behavior

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In-depth with Android Wear, Google’s quantum leap of a smartwatch OS

In-depth with Android Wear, Google’s quantum leap of a smartwatch OS | Ars Technica

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RealDoll is working on AI and robotic heads for its next-gen sex dolls | Ars Technica UK

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A neutron star that's a fast particle accelerator may lie at the heart of the Crab Nebula

A neutron star that's a fast particle accelerator may lie at the heart of the Crab Nebula. The library hosts several telescope programs throughout the year. Come gaze through our Dobsonian reflector the next time we're out!

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For scientists seeking extraterrestrial life, Kepler probe is step one

For scientists seeking extraterrestrial life, Kepler probe is step one Telescope sets the stage for a decades-long search for life on other planets

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How NASA brought the monstrous F-1 “moon rocket” engine back to life

How NASA brought the monstrous F-1 “moon rocket” engine back to life | There has never been anything like the Saturn V, the launch vehicle that powered the United States past the Soviet Union to a series of manned lunar landings in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The rocket redefined "massive," standing 363 feet (110 meters) in height and producing a ludicrous 7.68 million pounds of thrust from the five monstrous, kerosene-gulping Rocketdyne F-1 rocket engines that made up its first stage

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Hotwiring the future of in-car tech with a smartphone and Raspberry Pi

Hotwiring the future of in-car tech with a smartphone and Raspberry Pi | Ars Technica

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A sense of scale: the best microscopy of 2016

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“Internet of Things” security is hilariously broken and getting worse

“Internet of Things” security is hilariously broken and getting worse | Ars Technica