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    Members of the Cassini mission say goodbye to the spacecraft, their coworkers and some long-held traditions.
     
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    Scientists are rethinking their understanding of Jupiter's powerful auroras after receiving data from NASA's Juno spacecraft.
     
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    New technology brings objects to life on your phone.
     
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    NASA is sending OSIRIS-REx, a robotic spacecraft, to an asteroid to study its role in our universe.
     
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    It's been five years since NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover landed on the red planet on August 6, 2012. The rover survived the much-publicized "seven minutes of terror" and safely landed near Mount Sharp. The rover accomplished its main goal in less than a year, collecting a rock sample that shows ancient Mars could supported living microbes.
     
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    Japan is building the world's fastest supercomputer, which it hopes will make the country the new global hub for artificial intelligence research.
     
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    Ingrem, a Chinese company has created the "husband pod," an arcade booth intended to stave off boredom for men who accompany their partners to the mall.
     
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    Scientists have figured out how to grow organs from skin cells. CNN's Rachel Crane explores a lab that is using this technique to revolutionize cancer treatments.
     
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    A security robot named Steve plunged down four steps into a fountain in Washington, leading to its watery demise.
     
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    Meet GuardBot, a spherical surveillance vehicle that can swim upstream. CNN's Thom Patterson explains how the military hopes to use it.
     
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    The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency has released the first set of images and videos taken by its debut zero-gravity camera drone or "Int-Ball," the cute orb of a drone, will optimize communication between crew in space and on Earth.
     
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    Researchers at the University of Washington demonstrate new techniques to turn audio clips into realistic video, using clips from President Obama's speeches.
     
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    Every July, some of the world's most wealthy and powerful businesspeople meet in Sun Valley, Idaho, for an exclusive weeklong conference.
     
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    Beneath its heavy cloud cover, Jupiter has been able to keep its secrets from astronomers. Now, first results from NASA's Juno mission are challenging researchers' beliefs about the gas giant.
     
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    While speaking to CNN's Laurie Segall, Silicon Valley entrepreneur Cheryl Yeoh says she was sexually assaulted by her investor.
     
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    In Hong Kong, two engineers have created a smart bicycle helmet with integrated brake and turn-signal lights.
     
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    Michaela Pereira and John Berman talk to Brett Larson and Michael Fertik about a new study focused on internet trolling.
     
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    Japanese scientists are developing a system to capture and remove space debris.
     


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