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Space agency shows its support for "Gravity" by tweeting photos from the actual missions
In honor of "Gravity" Oscar success, NASA shares real-life images of work in space
Archaeologists discover 3,800-year-old corpses with cheese necklaces, perhaps left as a tasty treat for the afterlife
Don't lose your place when you fall asleep
On Friday, a group of Japanese scientists launched a magnetic net into space in the hopes of cleaning up the planet's space junk
Creator of the beloved indie video game reveals on Twitter that "Minecraft" is coming to the big screen
Winnie, a rare pygmy hippo, born into special breeding program at Bristol Zoo Gardens in Bristol, England
On Nov. 4, 2013, NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter snapped a stunning image of the planet's sand dunes
We round up some of the coolest apps that take Instagram photography to the next level
Instagram is one of the hottest photo-sharing apps around and there are a ton of tools that make it even better. CBSNews.com’s technology editor Chenda Ngak shares some of her favorites.
State-of-the-art satellite system will let scientists "see inside clouds," improve tracking of rain and snowfall
A rocket carrying the Global Precipitation Measurement Core Observatory was launched at Japan's Tanegashima Island Space Center. The satellite mission, led by both NASA and the Japanese space agency, JAXA, will provide observations of rain and snow worldwide.
Three Asiatic lions, one of the world's rarest species, born in French zoo
Google Maps' Street View is getting up close and personal
New research shows that offshore wind turbines may provide renewable energy as well as weaken hurricanes
A study done by researchers at the University of Delaware and Stanford University found that wind turbines placed in the ocean could reduce the strength of hurricanes prior to the storms' making landfall. The study showed that the turbines could help slow down winds, and decrease the size of waves, thus reducing storm surge.
Miss Teen USA Cassidy Wolf is promoting new software to protect webcam security after a high school classmate hijacked her own webcam and demanded money. KPIX 5's Joe Vazquez reports.
Boeing unveils a smartphone that appears to come straight from a James Bond spy movie
Japanese nail salon creates tiny works of fan art on customers' hands
Naming landmarks on the red planet isn't for scientists anymore