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Final assembly of the first A350 XWB is now underway at the brand new final assembly line in Toulouse. This latest step in the A350 XWB’s progress is achieved as

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Wispy tendrils of hot dust and gas glow brightly in this ultraviolet image of the Cygnus Loop Nebula, taken by NASA’s Galaxy Evolution Explorer. The nebula lies about 1,500 light-years

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Serial entrepreneur Elon Musk says SpaceX is developing a plan for trips to Mars that will eventually cost just $500,000 per seat. Musk founded SpaceX 10 years ago and interplanetary

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Russia plans to send probes to Jupiter and Venus, land a network of unmanned stations on Mars and ferry Russian cosmonauts to the surface of the Moon — all by

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NASA has released a new atlas of more than 560 million stars, galaxies and asteroids, many never seen before. The more than 18,000 images were taken by the Wide-field Survey

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Sweden has been secretly helping Saudi Arabia plan the construction of an arms factory to produce anti-tank missiles, the Swedish national broadcaster has reported. The Swedish Defence Research Agency (known

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As ATC Global 2012 closes, the team is absolutely delighted. The 22nd ATC Global has proved to be the most successful yet, even surpassing last year’s record of 5400 attendees

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Emirates, the Middle East’s largest airline, is to accept delivery of Boeing’s 1000th 777 this week, marking its 102nd purchase of that model from the US plane maker. The Dubai-based

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Fifty years after John Glenn became the first American to orbit Earth, NASA no longer has the ability to fly astronauts in space, a decision Glenn lays squarely on the

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The United States has threatened action that could disrupt a French-led satellite maker’s supply chain, spurred by suspicion that it illegally used U.S. know-how or parts in spacecraft launched by

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Despite a spate of Russian space accidents last year, NASA remains confident in its partner’s ability to fly crew and cargo to the International Space Station, the program manager said

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NASA’s planet-hunting Kepler space telescope has found 11 new planetary systems, including one with five planets all orbiting closer to their parent star than Mercury circles the Sun, scientists said

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