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A Soyuz spacecraft launches to the International Space Station

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Russian Progress spacecraft plunging towards Earth after agencies lose control

Russia lost control of the capsule after an attempt to dock at the International Space Station went wrong

Saturn’s sponge-like moon, Hyperion, captured in stunning detail after spacecraft flyby

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Camera takes centre stage as LG unveils the already much-leaked handset

Get garlic smell off hands with Apple TV remote or other steel appliance

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US successfully tests self-steering bullets that can follow moving targets

Darpa has shown that the bullets, called Exacto, can move round corners

Nasa’s Messenger spacecraft captures astounding image of Mercury before it destroys itself by smashing into planet’s surface

Pictures have been assembled from four years of data that has been sent back to Earth

The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket successfully launched on Monday

Elon Musk's SpaceX deliver Turkmenistan's first ever satellite after successful Falcon 9 launch

The satellite-based telecommunications system will relay television broadcasts and other services to more than 1bn people

Apple selling eight iPhones a second — but far fewer iPads than expected and no news on Apple Watch

China is now the company’s second biggest market, Apple says in earnings release

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