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See Photos and Video From Mars Rover Curiosity

After an eight month journey, NASA’s multi-billion dollar rover Curiosity made a successful landing on Mars early this morning. Mission controllers cheered after the six-wheeled, one-ton machine made a perilous seven-minute landing involving a parachute, rocket pack and sky crane.

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K2 Radio Meteorologist Talks About Red Bull Stratos Record Setting Jump [AUDIO,VIDEO]

On March 15th, 2011, Austrian Felix Baumgartner jumped out of a capsule, carried by a hot air balloon,from the altitude of 71,581 feet. This was just a test jump for the Red Bull Stratos Team that hopes to take this same capsule to 120,0

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Big Cuts At Yahoo!

Officials with Yahoo! have announced dramatic job cuts

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Goodbye Android Market, Hello Google Play

Google's digital marketplace for mobile applications, music, movies and books is unifying under a new name in an effort to spruce up the shopping experience.

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Michel Boutefeu, Getty Images
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Titanic Site Mapped

The underwater site of the Titanic wreckage has now been completely mapped

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Weekend Alignment Of Moon, Planets

A rare alignment of the Moon, Jupiter and Venus will occur over the weekend.

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Wind Turbine Construction Slows

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The number of wind turbines completed in Wyoming is lagging the number of permits issued by state regulators to build them.

Todd Parfitt of the state's Industrial Siting Division says financial concerns, tax uncertainty, legal and environmental issues such as sage grouse habitat, and transmission constraints have slowed construction

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50th Anniversary of John Glenn’s Spaceflight

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — John Glenn plans to mark the 50th anniversary of his historic spaceflight with a series of events at Ohio State University, including a special dinner and a live chat with crew members aboard the International Space Station

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Gov’t To Automakers: Curb The Gadgets

WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal safety regulators say auto dashboards are becoming an arcade of text messages, GPS images, phone calls and web surfing, so they're asking carmakers to help curb the distractions when vehicles are moving

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Paving The Way For Driver-less Cars

Lawmakers in Nevada are working on legislation that could someday lead to cars driving themselves on streets and highways in the state.

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