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  • Here's why you might want to change your Twitter password

    Here's why you might want to change your Twitter password

    Thursday, May 3 2018 5:09 PM EDT2018-05-03 21:09:03 GMT
    Thursday, May 3 2018 5:15 PM EDT2018-05-03 21:15:08 GMT

    Twitter is suggesting all users change their passwords after the company found a bug that caused passwords to be stored without normal security encryption.

     

    Twitter is suggesting all users change their passwords after the company found a bug that caused passwords to be stored without normal security encryption.

     
  • Mars probe enters atmosphere; word on landing awaited

    Mars probe enters atmosphere; word on landing awaited

    Wednesday, October 19 2016 11:34 AM EDT2016-10-19 15:34:37 GMT
    Wednesday, October 19 2016 1:13 PM EDT2016-10-19 17:13:09 GMT

    The European Space Agency's experimental Schiaparelli probe entered the atmosphere of Mars on Wednesday, and scientists awaited confirmation that the craft had touched down safely. Its mother ship, which will analyze the atmosphere, went into orbit around the red planet.

     

    The European Space Agency's experimental Schiaparelli probe entered the atmosphere of Mars on Wednesday, and scientists awaited confirmation that the craft had touched down safely. Its mother ship, which will analyze the atmosphere, went into orbit around the red planet.

     
  • Possible new octopus species discovered off Hawaii

    Possible new octopus species discovered off Hawaii

    Saturday, March 5 2016 9:51 PM EST2016-03-06 02:51:53 GMT
    Sunday, March 6 2016 2:10 PM EST2016-03-06 19:10:01 GMT

    Scientists have discovered a new species of octopus while on a deep sea dive near Hawaii.

     

    Scientists have discovered a new species of octopus while on a deep sea dive near Hawaii.

     
  • Welcome back to Earth!

    Welcome back to Earth!

    Tuesday, March 1 2016 12:27 PM EST2016-03-01 17:27:47 GMT
    Wednesday, March 2 2016 9:37 AM EST2016-03-02 14:37:16 GMT

    Astronaut Scott Kelly returned to Earth on Wednesday after an unprecedented year in space for NASA, landing in barren Kazakhstan with a Russian cosmonaut who shared his whole space station journey.

     

    Astronaut Scott Kelly returned to Earth on Wednesday after an unprecedented year in space for NASA, landing in barren Kazakhstan with a Russian cosmonaut who shared his whole space station journey.

     
  • How to prepare for Mars? NASA consults Navy sub force

    How to prepare for Mars? NASA consults Navy sub force

    Monday, October 5 2015 10:43 AM EDT2015-10-05 14:43:42 GMT
    Monday, October 5 2015 10:43 AM EDT2015-10-05 14:43:42 GMT
    As NASA contemplates a manned voyage to Mars and the effects missions deeper into space could have on astronauts, it's tapping research from another outfit with experience sending people to the deep: the U.S. Navy submarine force. 
    As NASA contemplates a manned voyage to Mars and the effects missions deeper into space could have on astronauts, it's tapping research from another outfit with experience sending people to the deep: the U.S. Navy submarine force. 
  • It's showtime for Pluto; prepare to be amazed by NASA flyby

    It's showtime for Pluto; prepare to be amazed by NASA flyby

    Sunday, July 12 2015 2:49 PM EDT2015-07-12 18:49:27 GMT
    Sunday, July 12 2015 9:41 PM EDT2015-07-13 01:41:09 GMT
    Pluto, reveal thyself, and Earthlings, enjoy the show. 
    Pluto, reveal thyself, and Earthlings, enjoy the show. 
  • Giant atom smasher starts up after 2-year shutdown

    Giant atom smasher starts up after 2-year shutdown

    Sunday, April 5 2015 6:03 PM EDT2015-04-05 22:03:45 GMT
    Sunday, April 5 2015 6:33 PM EDT2015-04-05 22:33:41 GMT
    The world's biggest particle accelerator is back in action after a two-year shutdown and upgrade, embarking on a new mission that scientists hope could give them a look into the unseen dark universe. 
    The world's biggest particle accelerator is back in action after a two-year shutdown and upgrade, embarking on a new mission that scientists hope could give them a look into the unseen dark universe. 
  • Look up! Brief total lunar eclipse to grace the sky Saturday

    Look up! Brief total lunar eclipse to grace the sky Saturday

    Friday, April 3 2015 5:56 PM EDT2015-04-03 21:56:18 GMT
    Saturday, April 4 2015 1:53 PM EDT2015-04-04 17:53:08 GMT
    Don't blink. There's a total eclipse of the moon Saturday — and it's an unusually short one. 
    Don't blink. There's a total eclipse of the moon Saturday — and it's an unusually short one. 
  • Museum celebrates 45th anniversary of Apollo 13

    Museum celebrates 45th anniversary of Apollo 13

    Sunday, March 22 2015 2:33 PM EDT2015-03-22 18:33:36 GMT
    Sunday, March 22 2015 9:40 PM EDT2015-03-23 01:40:32 GMT
    The San Diego Air and Space museum rolled out the red carpet Saturday to honor the astronauts of Apollo 13 who launched into space 45 years ago. 
    The San Diego Air and Space museum rolled out the red carpet Saturday to honor the astronauts of Apollo 13 who launched into space 45 years ago. 
  • Ring of light: Total eclipse over Svalbard islands in Arctic

    Ring of light: Total eclipse over Svalbard islands in Arctic

    Friday, March 20 2015 10:06 AM EDT2015-03-20 14:06:26 GMT
    Friday, March 20 2015 10:06 AM EDT2015-03-20 14:06:28 GMT
    For the best view of the solar spectacle of the year, Svalbard eclipsed the Faeroe Islands. 
    For the best view of the solar spectacle of the year, Svalbard eclipsed the Faeroe Islands. 
  • STEAM Family Day makes science fun for children

    STEAM Family Day makes science fun for children

    Monday, March 16 2015 1:50 PM EDT2015-03-16 17:50:18 GMT
    Monday, March 16 2015 4:06 PM EDT2015-03-16 20:06:16 GMT
    Museums in Balboa Park opened their doors for Steam Family Day. 
    Museums in Balboa Park opened their doors for Steam Family Day. 
  • SDSU Science fair celebrates Pi Day

    SDSU Science fair celebrates Pi Day

    Saturday, March 14 2015 5:25 PM EDT2015-03-14 21:25:43 GMT
    Sunday, March 15 2015 2:43 PM EDT2015-03-15 18:43:56 GMT
    The San Diego Festival of Science and Engineering will get underway Saturday with events around San Diego and at San Diego State University, San Diego Miramar College and California State University San Marcos aimed at getting kids involved in the fields. 
    The San Diego Festival of Science and Engineering will get underway Saturday with events around San Diego and at San Diego State University, San Diego Miramar College and California State University San Marcos aimed at getting kids involved in the fields. 
  • Hello Ceres! NASA spacecraft on first visit to dwarf planet

    Hello Ceres! NASA spacecraft on first visit to dwarf planet

    Saturday, March 7 2015 5:11 PM EST2015-03-07 22:11:22 GMT
    Saturday, March 7 2015 5:11 PM EST2015-03-07 22:11:23 GMT
    After a nearly eight-year journey, a NASA spacecraft on Friday flawlessly slipped into orbit around Ceres in the first visit to a dwarf planet. 
    After a nearly eight-year journey, a NASA spacecraft on Friday flawlessly slipped into orbit around Ceres in the first visit to a dwarf planet. 
  • NASA craft circling Ceres in first visit to dwarf planet

    NASA craft circling Ceres in first visit to dwarf planet

    Friday, March 6 2015 11:05 AM EST2015-03-06 16:05:06 GMT
    Friday, March 6 2015 11:05 AM EST2015-03-06 16:05:06 GMT
    A NASA spacecraft for the first time has arrived at a dwarf planet to begin a 16-month exploration. 
    A NASA spacecraft for the first time has arrived at a dwarf planet to begin a 16-month exploration. 
  • Spacewalking astronauts finish extensive, tricky cable job

    Spacewalking astronauts finish extensive, tricky cable job

    Sunday, March 1 2015 3:07 PM EST2015-03-01 20:07:13 GMT
    Sunday, March 1 2015 3:07 PM EST2015-03-01 20:07:13 GMT
    Spacewalking astronauts successfully completed a three-day cable job outside the International Space Station on Sunday, routing several-hundred feet of power and data lines for new crew capsules commissioned by NASA. 
    Spacewalking astronauts successfully completed a three-day cable job outside the International Space Station on Sunday, routing several-hundred feet of power and data lines for new crew capsules commissioned by NASA. 
  • Obama to focus on cybersecurity in heart of Silicon Valley

    Obama to focus on cybersecurity in heart of Silicon Valley

    Friday, February 13 2015 10:38 AM EST2015-02-13 15:38:44 GMT
    Friday, February 13 2015 10:38 AM EST2015-02-13 15:38:47 GMT
    Responding to unprecedented data breaches and cyberattacks, President Barack Obama is trying to spark alliances between policymakers who want to regulate the online world and tech innovators who traditionally shun Beltway bureaucracies. 
    Responding to unprecedented data breaches and cyberattacks, President Barack Obama is trying to spark alliances between policymakers who want to regulate the online world and tech innovators who traditionally shun Beltway bureaucracies. 
  • Space station visible from San Diego

    Space station visible from San Diego

    Saturday, December 27 2014 4:10 PM EST2014-12-27 21:10:08 GMT
    Saturday, December 27 2014 4:10 PM EST2014-12-27 21:10:10 GMT
    The International Space Station will be able to be seen above San Diego during brief periods Saturday through Sunday. 
    The International Space Station will be able to be seen above San Diego during brief periods Saturday through Sunday. 
  • Sony says online PlayStation disrupted

    Sony says online PlayStation disrupted

    Friday, December 26 2014 4:06 PM EST2014-12-26 21:06:21 GMT
    Friday, December 26 2014 4:06 PM EST2014-12-26 21:06:22 GMT
    Sony's online PlayStation store and Microsoft's Xbox site suffered disruptions to users on Christmas Day in the latest possible cyber-attacks on the companies. 
    Sony's online PlayStation store and Microsoft's Xbox site suffered disruptions to users on Christmas Day in the latest possible cyber-attacks on the companies. 
  • Orion space capsule off-loaded from USS Anchorage in San Diego

    Orion space capsule off-loaded from USS Anchorage in San Diego

    Monday, December 8 2014 9:00 AM EST2014-12-08 14:00:04 GMT
    Tuesday, December 9 2014 2:46 AM EST2014-12-09 07:46:00 GMT
    A space capsule that might be used for a manned flight to Mars arrived in San Diego Monday aboard the amphibious transport dock ship USS Anchorage, which recovered it from the Pacific Ocean following a test flight. 
    A space capsule that might be used for a manned flight to Mars arrived in San Diego Monday aboard the amphibious transport dock ship USS Anchorage, which recovered it from the Pacific Ocean following a test flight. 
  • NASA: "There's your new spacecraft, America!"

    NASA: "There's your new spacecraft, America!"

    Friday, December 5 2014 9:54 AM EST2014-12-05 14:54:24 GMT
    Friday, December 5 2014 6:34 PM EST2014-12-05 23:34:11 GMT
    NASA's newest space vehicle, Orion, accomplished its first test flight with precision and pizazz Friday, shooting more than 3,600 miles out from Earth for a hyperfast, hot return not seen since the Apollo moon shots. 
    NASA's newest space vehicle, Orion, accomplished its first test flight with precision and pizazz Friday, shooting more than 3,600 miles out from Earth for a hyperfast, hot return not seen since the Apollo moon shots. 
  • USS Anchorage to retrieve space capsule

    USS Anchorage to retrieve space capsule

    Tuesday, December 2 2014 11:14 AM EST2014-12-02 16:14:25 GMT
    Tuesday, December 2 2014 12:04 PM EST2014-12-02 17:04:02 GMT
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    The San Diego-based USS Anchorage will retrieve from the Pacific Ocean a space capsule launched as part of a NASA test flight that could lead to deep-space travel, the Navy announced Tuesday. 
    The San Diego-based USS Anchorage will retrieve from the Pacific Ocean a space capsule launched as part of a NASA test flight that could lead to deep-space travel, the Navy announced Tuesday. 
  • Space agency: Comet lander ends up in cliff shadow

    Space agency: Comet lander ends up in cliff shadow

    Thursday, November 13 2014 11:25 AM EST2014-11-13 16:25:27 GMT
    Thursday, November 13 2014 11:25 AM EST2014-11-13 16:25:28 GMT
    The European Space Agency says its comet lander appears to have come to rest in the shadow of a cliff, posing a potential problem for its solar panels. 
    The European Space Agency says its comet lander appears to have come to rest in the shadow of a cliff, posing a potential problem for its solar panels. 
  • Cosmic first: European spacecraft lands on comet

    Cosmic first: European spacecraft lands on comet

    Wednesday, November 12 2014 4:10 PM EST2014-11-12 21:10:27 GMT
    Wednesday, November 12 2014 10:56 PM EST2014-11-13 03:56:34 GMT
    Landing with a bounce after traveling 4 billion miles, a European spacecraft made history Wednesday by successfully reaching the icy, dusty surface of a speeding comet — a cosmic first designed to answer big questions about the universe. 
    Landing with a bounce after traveling 4 billion miles, a European spacecraft made history Wednesday by successfully reaching the icy, dusty surface of a speeding comet — a cosmic first designed to answer big questions about the universe. 
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