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NASA's first chief astronomer, the 'Mother of Hubble' 6:22

NASA's first chief astronomer, the 'Mother of Hubble'

Watch SpaceX's Starman riding a Tesla Roadster in space 0:41

Watch SpaceX's Starman riding a Tesla Roadster in space

Alexa struggles to say 'Patriots,' but reveals it's 'flying with the Eagles 0:31

Alexa struggles to say 'Patriots,' but reveals it's 'flying with the Eagles

Big data, big problems: How Strava's heat map uncovers military bases 3:58

Big data, big problems: How Strava's heat map uncovers military bases

This robot can walk and swim — inside you 1:40

This robot can walk and swim — inside you

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations 0:17

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations

Can texting save lives? 6:33

Can texting save lives?

Could robotic birds lead to safer air travel? 5:26

Could robotic birds lead to safer air travel?

Drone race: Human versus artificial intelligence 1:49

Drone race: Human versus artificial intelligence

What is net neutrality? 0:49

What is net neutrality?

SpaceX launches Spanish satellite

A SpaceX rocket carrying a Spanish satellite has blasted off from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The Falcon 9 lifted off at 6:17 a.m. Thursday local time and climbed into the dawn sky over the Pacific Ocean west of Los Angeles.
SPACEX.COM via AP
SpaceX launches Spanish satellite 2:49

SpaceX launches Spanish satellite

NASA's first chief astronomer, the 'Mother of Hubble' 6:22

NASA's first chief astronomer, the 'Mother of Hubble'

Watch SpaceX's Starman riding a Tesla Roadster in space 0:41

Watch SpaceX's Starman riding a Tesla Roadster in space

Alexa struggles to say 'Patriots,' but reveals it's 'flying with the Eagles 0:31

Alexa struggles to say 'Patriots,' but reveals it's 'flying with the Eagles