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Point Nemo, Earth's watery graveyard for spacecraft Point Nemo, Earth's watery graveyard for spacecraft

Chinese space scientists were not in control of their Tiangong-1 orbiting laboratory when it hurtled back to Earth on Monday


Chinese space lab Tiangong-1 plunges into South Pacific Chinese space lab plunges into South Pacific

China plans to send a manned mission to the moon in the future


China says space lab's re-entry imminent, off Sao Paulo China says space lab's re-entry imminent, off Sao Paulo

A defunct Chinese space laboratory was moments away from re-entering Earth's atmosphere near Brazil


Microsoft gambles on a quantum leap in computing Microsoft gambles on a quantum leap in computing

In the lab are a series of white cylinders, which are fridges, cooled almost to absolute zero as part of the process of creating a qubit


Bangabandhu-1 set for Apr 24 launch, reaches Kennedy Space Center

Bangabandhu-1 reaches Kennedy Space Center

Bangabandhu-1 will be put into orbit by the private American space transportation company SpaceX - who have now set the launch date for April 24


Family, friends bid farewell to Stephen Hawking Family, friends bid farewell to Stephen Hawking

Tributes poured in from around the world upon Hawking's death


US astronauts make a spacewalk to perform ISS repairs US astronauts make a spacewalk to perform ISS repairs

The walk, which lasted six hours and 10 minutes by flight engineers Drew Feustel and Ricky Arnold got off to a delayed start


China's space lab set for fiery re-entry China's space lab set for fiery re-entry

China has lost all communication with the module and so the descent will be uncontrolled


iPhone update adds privacy 'transparency' iPhone update adds privacy 'transparency'

The change comes ahead of new EU data protection rules, which take effect on May 23


India sends notice to Facebook over alleged data breach India sends notice to Facebook over alleged data breach

A similar notice was dispatched to Cambridge Analytica last week following media reports that it had misused data to profile Indians


Facebook to change privacy controls Facebook to change privacy controls

A new privacy shortcuts menu will allow users to quickly increase account security, manage who can see their information and activity on the site


Theresa May swaps Blackberry for iPhone Theresa May swaps Blackberry for iPhone

In 2013, US President Barack Obama revealed he was not allowed to have an iPhone, for security reasons, but was able to keep his Blackberry


NASA pushes back giant space telescope launch to 2020 NASA pushes back giant space telescope launch to 2020

NASA said that once a new launch date was finalized, it would "provide a cost estimate that may exceed the projected $8 billion development cost"


Earth-bound Chinese spacelab plunging to fiery end Earth-bound Chinese spacelab plunging to fiery end

Daily updates on its official website tracks its gradual descent


Twitter to ban cryptocurrency ads, joining Facebook, Google Twitter to ban cryptocurrency ads

The new policy prohibits ads for initial coin offerings, in which a startup issues a currency that can be used to buy services with the company

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