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iCandy: Remote Control

Gadgets that reach where we can’t go, help the imperiled, and spot problems both physical and cognitive

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The space shuttle Enterprise has been on public display at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, in New York City, since 19 July. Though named after the fictional USS Enterprise from the TV show “Star Trek,” it has never flown in space. The craft was used to test the design’s gliding and landing ability before the introduction of its successor shuttles.
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