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Some fun technology news to keep you entertained.
- European Space Agency will launch giant claw that drags space junk to its doom
- Physicists wrap neutrino detector in cosy blanket to shed light on the Sun's secondary fusion cycle
- Social isolation creates craving in the same brain region as wanting food or addictive drugs, study finds
- China prepares for launch of Chang'e 5 mission to Moon, which would make it third nation to return lunar sample
- We see what you did there: First-stage booster from Rocket Lab's Return to Sender mission floats back to Earth
- Adiós Arecibo Observatory: America's largest radio telescope faces explosive end after over 50 years of service
- UK's Space Command to be 'capable of launching our first rocket in 2022'
- ESA's Vega rocket crashes and burns after fourth-stage nozzle failure sinks two satellites
- Behold, the Ultimately Large Telescope: A revived proposal for a 100-metre liquid-mirror star scanner on the Moon
- America's largest radio telescope close to collapse as engineers race to fix fraying cables
- Baby Yoda stowed away on Crew Dragon, boards International Space Station
- They’ve only gone and bloody done it – yawn – again! NASA, SpaceX send four to ISS
- UK-led telescope to gaze at exoplanets, plus Jupiter 's 'glow-in-the-dark' moon
- Shock news: NASA lunar ambitions might be a bit too... ambitious
- When sci-fact beats sci-fi: Echoes of exploding stars' final cries may be trapped in the rings of trees on Earth