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Turing Award winners endorse Biden, say Trump immigration policy will stifle tech research

Twenty-four winners of the Turing Award are endorsing former Vice President Joe Biden in the upcoming presidential election, The New York Times reported, explaining they’re concerned the Trump admin

NASA to test precision automated landing system designed for the Moon and Mars on upcoming Blue Origin mission – TechCrunch

NASA is going to be testing out a new precision landing system designed for use on the tough terrain of the Moon and Mars for the first time during an upcoming mission of Blue Origin’s New Shepard r

Underwater earthquakes’ sound waves reveal changes in ocean warming

Sound waves traveling thousands of kilometers through the ocean may help scientists monitor climate change.To monitor the change, a global fleet of about 4,000 devices called Argo floats is collectin

Watch SpaceX launch 60 more Starlink satellites for its broadband internet service live – TechCrunch

SpaceX is set to launch the latest batch of its Starlink satellites on Thursday, with a target lift-off time of 2:19 PM EDT (11:19 AM PDT).The mission will take off from Kennedy Space Center in Florid

Stephen Colbert savages Trump’s unhinged town hall performance

So much so that not only did Donald Trump actually put himself in a room with non-rusted-on, actually-somehow-still-undecided voters at a televised town hall this week for some reason, but Scientific

Netflix’s ‘Away’ Has One Detail Making Twitter Users Hilariously Jealous

The show, which is based on an Esquire article by Chris Jones (who was part of the “Away” writers room), centers on astronaut Emma Green (Hilary Swank), the captain of an international, NASA-supp

NASA chief says Venus is ‘one stop in our search for life’

NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine described the planet Venus as “one stop in our search for life.Astrobiology, which includes the search for life elsewhere, is a key priority at NASA, Bridenstine e

Neutrinos could reveal how fast radio bursts are launched

For over a decade, astronomers have puzzled over the origins of fast radio bursts, brief blasts of radio waves that come mostly from distant galaxies.A new theory suggests that the two enigmatic sign

The first commercial airlock is heading to the International Space Station later this year

Later this year, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket will take off from central Florida, carrying a large metal cup destined to be attached to the outside of the International Space Station.The airlock is the

How to Work with an ‘SEO Guru’ That Isn’t a Team Player

This week’s Ask an SEO question comes from Tim in Scottsdale.“Your team is more important than one individual, keep the team happy and replace the problem so you can grow your company.You Are Run