The Shenzhou 7 launches Thursday in an era of global space cooperation.
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The first trial of the Large Hadron Collider on Wednesday signals a shift to Europe of high-energy physics.
By synchronizing radio telescopes, scientists move one step closer to proving their existence.
New process could replace centrifuges but renew threat of nuclear proliferation.
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Without Russia, NASA couldn’t send astronauts to the space station between 2010 and 2015.
Set for launch in 2010, a Canadian satellite will look for near-Earth asteroids that could pose a threat to the planet.
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