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The moon has ice on its surface in hundreds of places — and it could be the ‘first step in building a space economy’
The moon's cold, dark craters near its north and south poles contain water ice directly at the surface, a new study confirms. If the deposits are large enough, people or robots could harvest the water, split it into hydrogen and oxygen, fuel up rockets, and launch a new era of space exploration.
Major changes are coming to ‘Fortnite’ and the most popular player in the world isn’t happy about it
Epic Games is preparing to make major changes to "Fortnite." With over 125 million players, the company is warning its massive fan base ahead of time. Still, Ninja, the most popular player in the world, isn't happy about this.
The average American’s annual food waste, water use, energy consumption, garbage, and carbon emissions in 1 simple chart
In honor of Earth Day on April 22, we collected data on what the average American uses, wastes, and emits each year.
An asteroid mining company has partnered with Luxembourg, a small European country, to further its plans to drill nearby asteroids for valuable resources.