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How to turn your Android Smartphone to the Speaker of your Windows PC

Some scenarios, you might want to use your Android smartphone as a speaker for your Windows PC, Here is how…

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Lost Tool Bag Takes Solo Spin Around Earth During Astronaut Spacewalk

Discover the celestial drama as a tool bag pirouettes in space, escaping astronauts during an ISS spacewalk.

Lockheed Martin’s $33.7M Cosmic Contract Ignites Future of Space Exploration

Lockheed Martin's JETSON project aims to transform space travel with nuclear power, unlocking unprecedented possibilities in cosmic exploration.

Do stars actually die or do they just become something else in the universe?

From birth in stellar nurseries to cosmic transformations, stars define the universe's brilliance and evolution.

Devilish ‘Horns’ Reemerge as Comet Nears

Volcanic comet's eruptions and devilish horns captivate astronomers as it heads towards Earth's vicinity.

ESA’s Euclid space telescope sends its first images of galaxies and nebula

The Euclid space telescope has unveiled its initial images, and they are absolutely breathtaking! Crafted by the European Space Agency…

Scientists use facial reconstructions a lot to bring back ancient humans but are they accurate?

Unveiling history's faces: DNA-enhanced facial reconstructions bring ancient figures to life with precision.

What Lies Behind Star Birth?

The depths of galaxies harbor a mysterious phenomenon, involving voracious supermassive black holes, the radiant birth of stars, and a…

ESA Launches New Initiative for Commercial Cargo Program

ESA takes a bold leap, initiating a commercial cargo program for International Space Station transport.

The China’s TJS-10 Satellite Launch will Advance Communication Tech in Geostationary Orbit

Discover how China's TJS-10 satellite advances communication tech, shifting into geostationary orbit above Earth.

ESA’s Euclid space telescope will today share its first colored images of the universe

Euclid's telescope unveils cosmic wonders, offering a colorful lens into the enigmatic dark universe mysteries.

Even the once budding WeWork has now gone bankrupt

WeWork's bankruptcy filing reflects the downfall of a once-promising office-sharing empire, reshaping modern workspace dynamics.


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