Australians first to get hands on new iPad

Hundreds of gadget lovers laid siege to Apple's flagship Sydney store Friday to be the first in the world to get their hands on the new iPad as the company's shares in New York spiked above US$600.

Spring flooding? Not this year, US forecasters say

At least it's a dry heat. The federal government's spring weather forecast offers no respite from warmer weather, but the country should get a break from the spring flooding that's hit the last four years.

NASA's IceBridge 2012 Arctic campaign takes to the skies

Researchers and flight crew with NASA's Operation IceBridge, an airborne mission to study changes in polar ice, began another season of science activity with the start of the 2012 Arctic campaign on March 13. From mid-March ...

First atomic hydrogen spectral line images of a nearby galaxy

South Africa’s KAT-7 telescope, a seven-dish array which is a precursor to the much larger MeerKAT telescope in the Karoo and to the Square Kilometre Array, has reached another major milestone by observing the radio ...

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