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This robot could be your waiter the next time you go out to dinner

Ever since Marty McFly strolled into the '80s Cafe in Back to the Future Part II, we've been waiting for our very own robo-waiter. Well, this might be about as close as you can get for now.

Rare red nova cosmic event could be visible to Earthlings in 2022

This awesome celestial event will be witnessed by the naked eye in only a few years.

The moon may have formed from the merging of smaller moonlets

For a long time, scientists have largely believed the moon was created by a major collision between Earth and an early protoplanet around 4.4 billion years ago. But some new evidence indicates we might’ve had it wrong.

Image of the day: How Mars would look as a habitable planet with oceans

Scientists believe that a very long time ago, Mars was not all that different from Earth. It had water — and probably a decent little atmosphere, to boot. So what might it have looked like a few billion years ago?

These pizza vending machines will soon be rolling out across the U.S.

The Blu-ray dispensing Red Box kiosks have already taken the world by storm, but what goes great with movie night? Pizza, that’s what. And actual restaurants are so 2016.

New NASA mission designed to search for gigantic black holes

They’re a staple of science fiction, and a new NASA mission aims to search out the monstrous black holes hiding across the universe.

Archived 1960 Russian filmstrip imagines the futuristic world of 2017

Check out these what wild vintage images predicted for the incredible world of 2017!

NASA to explore metal asteroid believed to be the core of a long-destroyed planet

Though Mars gets a lot of the attention, there are still a ton of fascinating missions just begging for a green light in the rest of our solar system — and here’s the shiniest one of all.

Humans will be marrying robots by 2050, scientists say

If you like the aluminium polyvinyl construct, then you could put a ring on it.

Watch this 13-foot tall, piloted, real-life mech take its first steps

We’re one step closer to a real-life Pacific Rim. Let’s just hope we don’t also get a kaiju attack to go with it.

Judge rules Illinois woman legal owner of Apollo 11 moon rock bag

An important artifact from the Apollo days was the source of a NASA legal dispute now settled.

This planet-eating sun puts the Death Star to shame

Darth has nothing on HIP68468, which actually ate at least one of its planets.

Your PC may have just found a rare pulsar system.

It may seem far-out, but data-searching program Einstein@Home has found something even astronomers don’t see every day.

Climb right into this awesome pilot-responsive Mech from South Korea

Mech fans around the world are cheering for these metallic marvels engineered in South Korea.

Image of the Day: Spectacular close-up look at Saturn's moon, Pandora

Here's a strange and striking look at one of Saturn's tiniest moons courtesy of NASA's Cassini