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NASA's black-hole-hunting spacecraft NuSTAR hit its first major milestone, detecting 10 "supermassive" black holes.
An astronaut aboard the International Space Station used an extra-terrestrial remote control system on Friday to maneuver a robot rover at NASA's Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley.
NASA on Thursday evening launched a new solar telescope. IRIS, the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph, promises to provide the most detailed view yet of the Sun's lower atmosphere.
Researchers create an iPhone biosensor cradle that could give doctors a cheaper, portable medical testing machine.
Bodelin has a tool that not only turns your iOS gadget into a microscope of sorts, but also lets you take photos of your finds.
While I might find it difficult to find a good Chinese restaurant with my iPhone, researchers at the University of Sydney want to turn that little gadget you keep in your pocket into a portable laboratory.
If the Mars rover Curiosity has you thinking about the red planet, these iOS apps can give you a greater appreciation of the stars and planets.
For those who are enthralled with the Curiosity rover, or just love gazing at the summer night sky, there are plenty of iOS apps that'll encourage and inform your inner astronomer.
This astronomy app makes it easy to identify the planets and stars above you, but it doesn't do much else.
This year’s Macworld | iWorld wasn’t only about accessories and apps—attendees got a chance to see the inner workings of the brain.
In San Francisco this week to tout the educational aspects of its apps, Vito Technology says that an upcoming update to the Star Walk and Solar Walk iOS offerings will add the ability to track the next rocket launch by SpaceX.
CIO looks at how Texas Children's Hospital implemented the iPhone as a way for its nurses to better communicate when moving from patient to patient.
Jason Snell went to the space shuttle launch last week. Here are his notes on the experience.
Need to bone up on your knowledge of the human body? These iPad-optimized apps are a great place to start.
The final Space Shuttle launch will include two slightly modified iPhone 4s bound for the International Space Station.
Scholle Sawyer McFarland is in Florida as part of the NASA Tweetup to view the launch of the Space Shuttle Endeavour this Friday. She asked her fellow attendees for some of their favorite shuttle-related apps. Here's what they came up with.
GE Healthcare and Airstrip Technologies announced a new app for iPhones and iPads that allows physicians to see near-real-time readouts from electrocardiographs to remotely diagnose and treat heart patients.
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