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Cassini Saturn Photo 2016: Spectacular New NASA Image Shows Rings In The Shadow Of The Planet

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft sent back its latest photo of Saturn this week and the results are stunning. The image, posted on NASA’s website Monday, shows the view from above the dark side of Saturn. The rings are bright, reflecting the light back onto Saturn to keep it from going totally dark when the sun is on the other side.
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Following an emergency decision to move to Amazon Web Services, Iceland’s Wow Air has wholeheartedly bought into the cloud
Cyber-expert Anup Ghosh, CEO of cybersecurity firm Invincea, talks with ABC News' Pierre Thomas about how Russian hackers can infiltrate other countries' networks.
Shares of Snapchat maker Snap Inc. jumped Monday, heading toward their highest closing price since the day after their stock-market debut. The leap — shares were up 6.4% to $24.20 around 10:15 a.m
But a big hardware surprise could be in the pipeline instead…
When scientists were testing nuclear bombs during the Cold War, they may not have realized they would be handing authorities a tool to fight elephant poaching in Africa. Bombs exploded in the open ai
(Reuters) - Chatbot maker [24]7 Inc expects its revenue to increase 30-35 percent to more than $400 million in its financial year ending March 2018, the company's chief executive told Reuters.
Legendary musician Mariah Carey celebrates her 47th birthday (or anniversary, as she prefers to call it) on Monday. The “Without You” singer has yet to reveal how she’ll be honoring her big day, but
The antique cookbook was written in 1793 and contains a recipe for chicken curry. It was found in the archives of a Benedictine monastery in Somerset, and painstakingly transcribed.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Inc is looking to expand its product portfolio in the Indian market beyond phones and connected devices to enter the financial services space.In an interview with Busi, the online real estate marketplace of The Hindu Group, has appointed Vice-Chairman and former CEO of Cognizant Technology Solutions, Lakshmi Narayanan as an Independent Director on
Following an end to her relationship with fiancé Justin Hodak, “Fuller House” star Jodie Sweetin found herself in a scary situation over the weekend. After breaking up with her Hodak, he stormed out
Wang Xiaowen, a university student from Shenyang, China, shot to fame after sharing pictures of his 'straw-mato' on social media. The 24-year-old claimed the tomato tasted normal.
Facebook unveiled a new tweak to Facebook Messenger Monday that’ll make it easier to figure out plans with your friends.
The newly-identified 150 tracks are older than most dinosaur fossils unearthed in the eastern part of Australia and which are thought to be between 90 and 115 million years old.
Although there is some doubt looming on “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” Season 6 after Jasmine Washington revealed a huge secret claiming Kirk Frost, Rasheeda’s husband, is the father of her baby, the
Apple is boosting its efforts into making a pair of augmented reality glasses that could replace smartphones in the future, according to the Financial Times. Apple is reportedly “stepping up” in the
Facebook Messenger will no longer run on any of Microsoft's smartphones using the Windows Phone 8.1 operating system, or any of its earlier systems. The withdrawal will affect users across the world
Social media can have a huge influence on the success of a company, and Pink Lily is a poster child for how to use those platforms right from the start.
The “Power Rangers” movie left many audiences pleasantly surprised and wanting more. The action flick, which follows five small town teens who get alien superpowers to defend the earth, hinted pretty
On Sunday night, Luke Maye helped the University of North Carolina make the Final Four with a buzzer-beating shot in the NCAA Division I Basketball Tournament. On Monday morning, he was in class. A S
Last weekend, celebrities such as Olivia Wilde, Taraji P. Henson and Sophia Bush took to Instagram and Twitter to publicize recent news about missing black and Latina girls in Washington, D.C., shari
Samsung has unveiled an eco-friendly strategy for dealing with the millions of recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7s. The firm will sell refurbished units and recover and reuse or resell reusable componen
Monaco-based designer, George Lucian, has drawn up plans for an airship-carrying superyacht called 'Dare to Dream' which is over 460 ft long and could carry up to 40 crew.
Hack could own an iPhone by just having it connect to Wi-Fi, but Apple has fixed it.
Think of it as a more passive version of Jurassic Park — rather than live dinosaurs, one area in Australia has dinosaur tracks cast into ancient rock that can be connected to 21 different species.
Fresh off the party's failure to pass a bill repealing and replacing a 7-year-old health care law after years of preparations, the GOP planned to take a new approach to giving the nation its first ma
Researchers from the University of Cambridge discovered that stars can form in the harsh 'winds' of supermassive black holes, incredibly dense areas that sit at the core of most galaxies.
A limited supply of computer scientists and roboticists with the skills needed to create self-driving cars leads to salaries in the Bay Area that are five times the national average.
Researchers from Oregon State University undertook a study of 50 cats found that a feline's favourite activity is playing with humans. The discovery could help owners to better train their pets.
In collaboration with the research firm CB Insights, The New York Times presents the top 20 venture investors this year, many of whom have moved around from 2016.
The goal of doing “The Amazing Race” is to be on the team which wins $1 million in the end, but Season 29 cast member London Kaye also hopes to get another prize along with the money if she makes it
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The Galaxy Note 7 will return to the market once more as a refurbished device, Samsung confirmed Monday.
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