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UK's National Museum of Computing celebrates 10 glorious years

Preserving Britain’s crucial contribution to IT

ESA reveals Rosetta's snaps of MARS and EARTH

This was the outward journey of the starship Rosetta ...

It's the FALKLANDS SYNDROME! Fukushima MELTDOWN to cause '10,000 Chernobyls' in South Atlantic

April Fool Brits in secret evac cover-up

GLOWING TAMPONS hold the key to ending pollution

Uni research team finds new way of tracing wonky sewer connections

Ding Dong, ALIENS CALLING

We already saw your infrared ‘signature’ suckers!

El Reg lays claws on RockBLOCK Mk2 Iridium sat comms unit

Heads up And we have one to give away

Secret Bezos delivery helicopters operate from mystery Canadian base to evade US regulators

Watch the Skies for the BLACK DRONES, eh

NASA to take MARTIAN FLYING SAUCER for a spin

Vid Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator test live

Short circuit at Large Hadron Collider slows return to matter-mauling

CERN boffins hope high-pressure helium will chill out their problems

Atomic clocks' ticks tamed by 3,000 entangled atoms

Boffins break record for entanglement with mirrors and lasers

Opportunity suffers another flash-memory 'amnesia' moment

Rover's didn't lose data, Mars boffins 'disappointed' but not surprised at memory glitch

Dino-boffins discover ancient, TOOTHY-CLAWED, four-eyed MONSTER LOBSTER

508 million-year-old predator unearthed

Easy come, easy go: Euro astroboffins blast brace of Galileo sats INTO SPAAACE

Look up to the skies and see

To BALDLY GO where few have gone before: NASA 'naut twin to spend YEAR IN SPAACE

Pic + vid Study will pave the way for mission to Mars

Satnav launches are like buses: none for ages then three arrive at once

Two Galileo launches tonight, new GPS bird went up on Wednesday

Bongfire of Inanity: Jakarta rozzers enforce mass chill-out

Pizza consumption and short-term friendships rise

A Quid A Day for NOSH? Luxury!

WiF Maybe there are no free lunches – but sometimes there's free Worstall*

NASA: We're gonna rip up an ASTEROID and make it ORBIT the MOON

Asteroid Redirection Mission plans to use microgravity to deflect flying rocks

Marathon race ace FOUND ON MARS – NASA boffins overjoyed

Diagasm Opportunity only took a little over 11 years to go the distance

SCARESTEROID of the week to miss Earth on Friday

Feel free to complain on Saturday if we were wrong

Amazon fires rocket up FAA for dithering on drone approval

El Reg knows how Bezos feels

El Reg reforms the Quid-A-Day Nosh Posse

Fancy tackling the Live Below the Line charity challenge?

Tachyon Nexus theorises on ultra fast storage

Not faster-than-light but way quicker than in-memory HDFS

HUGE Aussie asteroid impact sent TREMORS towards the EARTH'S CORE

Space rock smash felt 20,000 metres underground

Scientists splice mammoth genes into unsuspecting elephant

Welcome ... to Pliocene Park

BIG DATA wizards: LEARN from CERN, not the F500

Silos are for mudbloods

Boffins twist light to carry 2.05 bits in one photon

2.05? You read it right: this is a new quantum crypto booster

Philae's either screening Rosetta's calls or isn't home

Lander on 67P is caught in a crack, didn't hear mother's 'come back'

Post-pub nosh neckfiller: Chana masala

Exotic mélange of chickpeas, sulphurous salt and Devil's dung

Ancient SUPERNOVA EXPLOSION contains enough dust for 7,000 EARTHS, say boffins

'Seed material for new stars and planets'

Boffins bothered by EU prez's proposed science funding cut

Domestic research? Nah. Research in Ukraine? Ooh

LOHAN chap serves up 'tenner a week' e-cookbook

ePub budget nosh tome just £2.99 – and two quid goes to charity

Rosetta SNIFFS molecular nitrogen on Comet 67P

Icy space rock came from way out there, but our atmosphere didn't

Oxford boffins publish fine-scale regional genetic map of UK

I can tell from your genetic markers that y'ain't from round 'ere, are ye?

On 50th anniversary of first spacewalk, Aurorae light up two planets

Mars has one, Earth's gets snapped from the ISS in new detail

Atomic keyrings: Just how bright are they?

Well, it depends on the colour...

Galileo! Galileo! Galileo good to go after six-week recovery effort

Errant sixth satellite nudged into useful orbit

Boffins FOAMING over a Nickel's worth of hydrogen

Electrolysis paralysis catalyst dismissed!

CERN turns to Seagate’s Kinetic system and says ‘it’s storage time’

Comment Boffins may need to expend energy on software issues

Battle for control of Earth's unconnected souls moves to SPAAAACE

Get ready for tech giants signing satellite deals with Boeing

Boffins build Cyborg beetles, fly them by remote control

Video Experiment gives a whole new meaning to 'software bugs'

NASA wants you to help space mining corp strip mine the Solar System

Oh, and possibly save the world and win some cash