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Justin Bieber's coming back to TODAY! Pop star to perform last summer concert

TODAY is closing out its Toyota Concert Series with a bang this as Justin Bieber is set to return to the TODAY plaza next week.

NASA Just 3-D Printed Part of a Rocket

12 hours agoTechnology : Time: Tech

It's more efficient than traditionally produced rocket parts

NASA versus nature: August 29, 2005

Or, how 38 NASA employees kept the space program alive in the midst of Hurricane Katrina.

NASA satellite shows this glacier just lost the biggest chunk of ice ever recorded

NASA satellites are pretty nifty, in large part because they capture world events that we might not know about otherwise. That’s what happened recently, when NASA’s Landsat 8 recorded the image above on August 16 of Greenland’s Jakobshavn which a

North set for Wales recall in Dublin

George North is expected to play for the first time since March in Saturday's World Cup warm-up match with Ireland.

Fuel Cells: From The Toyota Mirai To Apple And An iPhone 6

15 hours agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

iPhone 6 battery (L) and Intelligent Energy UPP fuel cell-based recharger. A fuel-cell fits inside the iPhone. (Credit: iFixit, Intelligent Energy) And you thought hydrogen fuel cells were just for cars. Intelligent Energy, primarily an intellectual property firm (based in the U.K.), has developed a prototype of an iPhone 6 that runs [...]

First Photos Revealed From ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’

FX is making today (August 26) a bloody Wednesday for fans of “American Horror Story” – and of course, we mean that in the best way possible. Speaking to Deadline in August, she said: ‘I am just such a super fan. Lady Gaga will make her debut as The Countess when American Horror Story: Hotel

Driven: Video Review: Toyota Tacoma Retains Its Reliability

21 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Wheels

With an upgraded structure, a reduction in noise and more, the 2016 model is a far better truck than the one it replaces.

NASA Concerned With Earth Bacteria Infecting Mars on 2020 Mission

Planetary protection researchers from NASA have recently expressed concern about the lack of an antibacterial strategy for future missions to Mars. With human spacecraft exploring the solar system, how can we be sure we don’t contaminate alien worlds with Earth-born microbes?

One man fulfills passion and career with Toyota AE86 coupes

Petrolicious explains why the AE86 Corolla GTS is such an icon of the drifting scene by letting a man who owns five explain what makes them so special. Antonio Alvendia owes his career in part to these sports coupes. Continue reading...Show More Summary

NASA's Orion Capsule Makes Perfect Test Landing, Minus A Few Parachutes

yesterdayVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

NASA hasn’t sent humans into space on its own spacecraft since the Space Shuttle orbiters retired, so they really want to be sure things are working properly before astronauts climb aboard the next-generation Orion capsule. Earlier today,...Show More Summary

Burgess set to win World Cup call

Rugby league convert Sam Burgess is expected to be named in England's 31-man squad for the World Cup on Thursday.

NASA’s 3D Printed Rocket Parts Actually Work

Today, NASA tested a 3D printed turbopump, one that was put together with 45% fewer parts than pumps made any other way. This obviously saves time and money, but come on…NASA is slowly 3D printing an entire freaking rocket. That’s cool. Show More Summary

Cigar-Shaped ‘Warp Speed’ Alien UFO Zooms Past International Space Station, UFOlogists Say [Video]

Online UFO hunters Secureteam10 say they have spotted a massive cigar-shaped UFO zooming past the International Space Station at “warp speed.” The UFO hunters say they spotted the alien ship in NASA’s live ISS stream. According to the UFOlogists, the footage below — an excerpt from NASA’s live ISS stream — uploaded to YouTube on... Show More Summary

Global sea levels climbed 3 inches since 1992, NASA research shows

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fl. (Reuters) - Sea levels worldwide rose an average of nearly 3 inches (8 cm) since 1992, the result of warming waters and melting ice, a panel of NASA scientists said on Wednesday.

Trafficking and the State of the German Sex Trade

This is the second part of a two-part series. In part one, I examined how Germany regulates the sex trade. In this part, I'll look at the conditions for sex workers in Germany. Hamburg red light district during the German World Cup. c Filipe Fortes, 2006. Show More Summary

Reselling Option now available for Google Cloud Platform Partners

From bringing people together at the World Cup, to improving the way employees talk to each other, Google Cloud Platform Services Partners help customers unlock the full potential of our products. To help our partners focus more on their...Show More Summary

NASA’s Dawn spacecraft gets a more intimate look at dwarf planet Ceres

NASA’s Dawn spacecraft has moved closer to the dwarf planet Ceres to get a closer look from its former altitude of 2,700 miles. The small world — no bigger than Pluto (approximately 590 […]

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