Eric Mack, CNET

Eric Mack

CNET

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Recent:
  • CNET
Past:
  • Forbes
  • CBS News
  • New Atlas
  • Gizmag

Recent articles by Eric:

Sci-Tech: News

CNET news reporters and editors cover the latest in Sci-Tech, with in-depth stories on issues and events. → Read More

Chang'e 4 robots send back epic images of moon's mysterious far side

China's lunar lander and rover are sending back amazing high-resolution scenes. → Read More

See the moon's far side in unprecedented detail thanks to Chang'e 4

China's lunar lander and rover are sending back epic high-resolution scenes. → Read More

Scientists may have the secret to brewing the perfect espresso shot

Researchers come together to brew a shot you can count on. → Read More

An asteroid traveled from beyond Mars to explode over Earth

For a moment, some Canadian skies had a second, streaking moon on Tuesday. → Read More

There's nowhere to hide anymore: This AI can see around corners

The future is about lasers that can see what you can't. → Read More

Forget sharks with lasers on their heads. This AI can read around corners

The future is about lasers that can see what you can't. → Read More

SpaceX is already launching more Starlink satellites: How to watch

Elon Musk is already the world's largest satellite constellation operator, but he's just getting going. → Read More

Boeing shares epic view from Starliner crew capsule on its way to orbit

The new spacecraft didn't quite make it to the International Space Station, but it was still a fantastic journey. → Read More

Falling chunks of massive asteroid pose a future threat to Earth

A binary asteroid has been leaking dust into our atmosphere, but if it totally cracks up we could have problems. → Read More

Falling chunks of huge asteroid pose a future threat to Earth

A binary asteroid has been leaking dust into our atmosphere, but if it totally cracks up we could have problems. → Read More

Neighboring star Proxima Centauri may be hosting a second planet

An exoplanet couldn't get any closer, and now it looks like there could be a pair just around the cosmic corner. → Read More

Asteroid that shot fireball at us 'could be dangerous to life on Earth'

A binary asteroid has been leaking dust into our atmosphere, but if it totally cracks up we could have problems. → Read More

First new comet of 2020 crashes into sun just after being discovered

The brave sungrazer never stood a chance. → Read More

Tiny living robots made from frog cells could soon swim inside your body

The xenobots aren't quite an animal, and they're not a traditional robot, but they are both awesome and terrifying. → Read More

Mysterious repeating radio signal traced to unexpected location

Fast radio bursts are one of the newest unexplained phenomena in the universe, and each discovery seems to add another layer to the riddle. → Read More

The mystery of weird radio signals from space deepens

Fast radio bursts are one of the newest unexplained phenomena in the universe, and each discovery seems to add another layer to the riddle. → Read More

NASA, SpaceX prepare for Falcon 9 rocket to explode over the Atlantic

To test its Crew Dragon's ability to escape an emergency, SpaceX must make a sacrifice. → Read More

On this real-life Tatooine spotted by NASA, the views are amazing

The TESS planet hunter has discovered its first world orbiting a pair of suns. → Read More

NASA spots a real-life Star Wars Tatooine with eclipses twice a month

Planet hunter TESS has discovered its first world orbiting a pair of suns. → Read More