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29-12 (13:00)  Death rays: How the dream of an ultimate weapon became a dark farce
28-12 (17:00)  2019 Preview: We will see the first ever picture of a black hole
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28-12 (13:00)  The mysterious demise of Europe's massive cave bears
27-12 (17:00)  2019 Preview: AI to best humans at one of world's most complex games
27-12 (16:14)  UK army tests eagle-inspired paragliding drone for delivering supplies
27-12 (15:00)  Quiz of the year: Test your knowledge of 2018's science stories
27-12 (14:00)  Dream on: My year pursuing the third state of being
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27-12 (13:00)  The Moon exhibition in Denmark re-enchants the satellite for our times
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26-12 (16:00)  Rich people give more to charity when you make them feel powerful
26-12 (14:00)  The Moon exhibition in Denmark re-enchants the moon for our times
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26-12 (11:00)  The Transformers Summit: solving the problem of urban living
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25-12 (16:00)  Lost 'Darwinia' islands could be origin of species in the Galapagos
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23-12 (17:00)  2019 Preview: DNA testing will lead to a decline in genetic disorders
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22-12 (16:14)  NASA probe will hurtle past the most distant object we've ever visited
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21-12 (13:00)  Women are finally getting equal access to the Hubble Space Telescope
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