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Apple TV Plus’ For All Mankind is getting a fifth season and a new spinoff series

Tyner Rushing as Samantha Massey in For All Mankind. | Image: Apple Folks hoping to see more of Apple TV Plus’ For All Mankind series are in for a treat, but the streamer is working on more than just a new season. Today, Apple announced that For All Mankind has been renewed for a fifth season that will continue to chronicle...

Wed Apr 17, 2024 20:32
NASA has greenlit plans to send a giant drone to Saturn’s largest moon

This artist mockup of Dragonfly soaring over Titan’s dunes has... well, Dune vibes. | Image: NASA / Johns Hopkins APL / Steve Gribben NASA has been given the go-ahead to send a flying drone-like lander to explore Titan, the largest of Saturn’s 146 moons. Targeting a July 2028 launch, the agency announced on Tuesday that...

Wed Apr 17, 2024 16:39
Boston Dynamics Atlas robot: a full history

Image: Boston Dynamics Now, there’s a new all-electric version of the Atlas humanoid robot. Continue reading…

Wed Apr 17, 2024 01:03
Babies born this year face a $500,000 climate bill

A sign warns of elevated fire danger in the Oakland Hill area of Oakland, California, on Thursday, October 29th, 2020. | Photo by Philip Pacheco / Bloomberg via Getty Images Hate to break it to you, baby — but if you were born in the US this year, climate change could wind up costing you around $500,000 over the course of...

Tue Apr 16, 2024 19:12
NASA confirms origin of space junk that crashed through Florida home

The four-inch-tall metal object tore through a roof in Naples, Florida, last month. | Image: Alejandro Otero NASA has confirmed suspicions that the strange object that crashed into a Florida home last month did indeed come from the International Space Station (ISS). The agency analyzed the cylindrical object after it tore...

Tue Apr 16, 2024 13:32
NASA needs a cheaper, faster way to bring Mars dirt back to Earth

Image from NASA’s Mars Perseverance rover captured in April 2024. | NASA Budget constraints have NASA looking for a faster and cheaper method to bring samples from Mars’ surface back to Earth. In a teleconference on Monday, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said that an independent review concluded that the agency’s current...

Tue Apr 16, 2024 00:10

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