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It all began with a newfangled bank machine in Enfield.
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Researchers are looking at whether devastating asteroid strikes are predictable or random.
The latest research shows that polarisation of audiences varies widely even in countries with a similar access to new technology.
Musk dismisses one of the main technical challenges of being on the Martian surface: the temperature.
And two of the occasions involved Irish MPs.
He strapped on a sword aged 43 – and changed British history.