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Some fun technology news to keep you entertained.
- Bennu Jerry's, anyone? OSIRIS-REx probe to attempt 3 scoops of asteroid next month before bringing samples home
- NASA's hefty Martian rover will use an AI brain on a robot arm to map out signs of ancient life on Red Planet
- Moonshot: Making spaceships with Microsoft's refreshed HoloLens 2 nerd goggles
- And now for something completely different: Ultraviolet aurora spotted around comet for first time
- Initialism or acronym? GSaaS wept, your guess is as good as ours: Microsoft gazes upwards with Azure Orbital
- SpaceX scuppered by weather once more as skygazers win a Starlink reprieve
- Future airliners will run on hydrogen, vows Airbus as it teases world-plus-dog with concept designs
- We're not getting back with Galileo, UK govt tells The Reg, as questionmarks sprout above its BS*
- Let's go space truckin': 1970s probe Voyager 1 is now 14 billion miles from home
- One down, two to go: Astra's first attempt to reach orbit scuppered by iffy guidance
- Astroboffins reckon evidence of Martian life has probably been destroyed where liquid acid flowed on the Red Planet
- Research into deflecting potentially world-destroying asteroids is apparently not a 'national priority' for the UK
- Howdy, er, neighbor – mind if we join you? Potential sign of life spotted in Venus's atmosphere
- NASA is sending two small hand-luggage suitcase-sized spacecraft to study binary asteroids in 2022
- NASA puts an Astrobee to work sweeping the ISS. Yep, floating cube good at taking pics and hanging around....