The International Space Station (ISS) is packed full of bacteria and fungi that could potentially be harmful to astronauts, a new study has found.
NASA alert: ISS infested with bacteria which could harm astronauts
The con was simple: Send a fake iPhone to Apple claiming that the device would not turn on and that it was under warranty, and not long after, a genuine replacement arrived in the mail.
Scheme to swap fake iPhones adds up to $900,000 loss for Apple, prosecutors say
Scientists are expected to unveil on Wednesday the first-ever photograph of a black hole, a breakthrough in astrophysics providing insight into celestial monsters with gravitational fields so intense no matter or light can escape.
In astrophysics milestone, first photo of black hole expected
As many as 114 achievements in the field of nuclear technology will be unveiled on Tuesday during a ceremony marking Iran’s National Nuclear Technology Day.
Iran to unveil 114 nuclear achievements
Dozens of criminal groups that sell stolen bank and credit card details are proliferating on Facebook, an investigation has revealed.
Facebook hosts 'criminal flea markets' where hackers sell credit card details
The Chinese chemical industry park where an explosion last month killed 78 people and left hundreds injured will be closed, authorities said.
China to close industrial park where deadly blast killed 78
Research published this week in Science Advances shows that it may be possible to create rocket fuel that is much cleaner and safer than the hypergolic fuels that are commonly used today, and still just as effective.
Rocket fuel that is cleaner, safer, still full of energy
When it comes to who triumphed in the multi-billion dollar global race to launch the world’s first 5G next generation wireless network, the winner is clear ... depending on whom you ask.
Who was first to launch 5G? Depends whom you ask
About 410 light years away, a hunk of heavy iron and nickel continues to orbit a collapsed star in the constellation Virgo.
Scientists discover destroyed planet orbiting dwarf star 410 light years away
Japan’s space agency said its Hayabusa2 spacecraft released an explosive onto an asteroid to make a crater on its surface and collect underground samples to find possible clues to the origin of the solar system.
Japan space probe drops explosive on asteroid to make crater

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