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Satellite crash prediction Iridium and Cosmos satellites created an “unprecedented” debris field when they collided last week. We examine how the crash occurred, and how it could have been avoided. Plus: watch an animation of the spread of the debris. Ocean survey reveals hundreds of ‘bipolar’ species Of the thousands of species that populate Antarctica and the Arctic, it seems hundreds are found at both poles, despite the 11,000-kilometre gap between polar regions. How did they cross it? Gadget guesses what you want from your grip Grab this new hand-held device like it’s a phone, and that’s what it becomes, but hold it like a camera and its ready to take snapshots. The gadget monitors the way it is held to predict what you are going to use it for. Watch a video demonstration. Robotic faces… for humans Artificial muscles beneath the skin could make it possible for people with paralysis to regain full control of their eye blinks and facial expressions. The technique could one day reanimate paralysed hands, a new patent application claims. First gravity map of Moon’s far side unveiled The map shows that dark-side craters are different to those on the near side. The results could reveal more about the Moon as it was billions of years ago, when magma flowed across its surface. Live from the ‘Olympics of science conferences’ Read our blogs from the American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting in Chicago: from how computers are mastering a game with 10171 outcomes,
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