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NASA approves “most powerful rocket in history”

NASA approves “most powerful rocket in history”

NASA has given the green light to develop the Space Launch System (SLS), the most powerful rocket in history and the method by which the US space agency expects to take humans to Mars. Under development for the past three years, the SLS is the first exploration-class vehicle to make it to development stage since the Space Shuttle, with NASA targeting the first test flight by November 2018 at the latest.

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Jawbone user data shows how Bay Area ‘quake affected users

Jawbone user data shows how Bay Area ‘quake affected users

One of the neat things about wearables are their ability to give you data about your life and habits. Making personal data available and pertinent is why we enjoy wearable tech, but what if it can be used on a broader scale? Jawbone recently shared data about Bay Area users’ sleep patterns to show the effect an earthquake can have on your sleep.

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US Ebola patients well again: don’t freak out

US Ebola patients well again: don’t freak out

Remember late last month when a couple of US citizens were brought to Atlanta with the Ebola infection? They’ve been cured. Emory University hospital staff and the patients in question are certainly amongst those who would like to address those fired up by headlines like "EBOLA PATIENTS ENTER USA" with reassurances that the public can stop losing its collective mind right now.

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