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- You could own this dilapidated 1960s NASA robot - CNET
Designed for testing space compression suits, but never deployed, this hydraulically powered option is looking for a new home.
- Jupiter's north pole is totally weird - CNET
Juno's first flyby of Jupiter has sent back the first high-resolution photographs of the planet's north pole -- revealing exciting new information.
- Satellite destroyed in SpaceX explosion could cost $50 million - CNET
Israel's Space Communications says it could seek $50 million or a free flight on Elon Musk's SpaceX as a result of a rocket explosion last week that wrecked its Amos-6 satellite, according to Reuters.
- Is Apple still all about the show? - CNET
Technically Incorrect: As Apple gears up for Wednesday's event, new data suggests that customers are most fascinated by what new colors will be unveiled. Is what matters most seemingly superficial?
- The weird world behind the scenes at Europe's largest tech show - CNET
CNET has been on the ground at the IFA tradeshow in Berlin, to see the latest tech launches. Here's what goes on behind the scenes.
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