Route 66: Cassini's Next Look at Titan

(PhysOrg.com) -- Sixteen days after last visiting Saturn's largest moon, NASA's Cassini spacecraft returns for another look-see of the cloud-shrouded moon - this time from on high. The flyby on Thursday, Jan. 28, referred ...

NY AG calls Internet discount clubs 'deceptive'

(AP) -- New York's attorney general warned Internet retailers Wednesday that they should stop funneling unsuspecting customers into "deceptive" Web discount clubs that have been accused of slamming people with hidden fees.

Qualcomm stock tumbles on cautious forecast

(AP) -- Qualcomm Inc., whose chips and other technologies are used in vast numbers of cell phones, sounded a cautious note on the economy on Wednesday, saying a "subdued" recovery forced it to slightly dial back expectations ...

Student-built satellite selected for flight by NASA

A tiny communications satellite designed and built by University of Colorado at Boulder undergraduates has been selected as one of three university research satellites to be launched into orbit in November as part of a NASA ...

Newborn Black Holes May Add Power to Many Exploding Stars

(PhysOrg.com) -- Astronomers studying two exploding stars, or supernovae, have found evidence the blasts received an extra boost from newborn black holes. The supernovae were found to emit jets of particles traveling at more ...

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