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Some fun technology news to keep you entertained.
- The Moon certainly ain't made of cheese but it may be made of more metal than previously thought, sensor shows
- Born slippy: NASA Mars rover Perseverance to persevere on Earth a little longer as launch date pushed back again
- Boffins baffled as supergiant star just vanishes – either it partially blew itself apart or quietly turned into a black hole
- Two out of three parachutes... is just as planned for Boeing's Starliner this time around
- One does not simply repurpose an entire internet constellation for sat-nav, but UK might have a go anyway
- Come glide with me: Virgin Galactic gives Unity some fresh air, looks forward to rocket-powered flight
- Here's a headline we'll run this century, mark our words: Alien invaders' AI found on Mars searching for signs of life
- Russia returns to space tourism and offers a first citizen spacewalk
- NASA mulls going all steam-punk with a fleet of jumping robots to explore Saturn's mysterious moons
- NASA mulls going all steam-punk with a fleet of jumping robots to explore Saturn and Jupiter's mysterious moons
- Sorry to drone on and on but have you heard of Ingenuity? NASA's camera-copter is ready to head off to Mars
- Things that make you go foom: Destruction derby as NASA and SpaceX test rocket components to failure
- Grav wave boffins are unsure if they just spotted the smallest black hole or the biggest neutron star seen yet
- US starts sniffing around UK spaceports – though none capable of vertical launches actually exist right now
- No longer a planet and left out in the cold, Pluto, it turns out, may have had hot beginnings