The last mile or last kilometer is a phrase widely used in the telecommunications, cable television and internet industries to refer to the final leg of the telecommunications networks that deliver telecommunication services to retail end-users (customers).

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Ancient Star Seen Zooming Through Space at 600 Kilometers Per Second

That Recent Solar Storm Was Detected Almost Three Kilometers Under the Ocean

100 kilometers of quantum-encrypted transfer

What if the heavy rain would have fallen 50 kilometers away?

Earth Just Received A Laser-Beamed Message From 16 Million Kilometers Away

Amazing new images of the moon Io have come down from the Juno spacecraft! This one shows the volcanic moon of Jupiter from only 2,800 kilometers away, which is the closest look we’ve gotten of Io for over 20 years ago.

NASA Tightbeams a Cat Video From 31 Million Kilometers Away

Solar Team Eindhoven's solar car reaches the Sahara after a thousand kilometers through Morocco

Mice thrive at 6700 meters up—higher than any mammals were thought able to live

JWST captured Enceladus’ plume spraying water nearly 10,000 kilometers into space

Scientists have discovered a core in the core of the Earth's core. Its radius was estimated at 650 kilometers

A powerful solar eruption on far side of the Sun impacted Earth — rare ejection clocked an unusually fast 2,127 kilometers (1,321 miles) per second, likely striking NASA’s Parker Solar Probe head-on

Many animals use the night sky to navigate: Dung Beetles use the Milky Way to roll in a straight line away from competitors; songbirds can recognize rotating star patterns to pinpoint the poleward region of the sky; and Bogong moths use the night sky to accurately migrate more than 1,000 kilometers.

Scientists Find Potentially Hazardous Asteroid Hiding in the Sun’s Glare | At nearly 1.5 kilometers wide, it's the largest such asteroid discovered in eight years.

Passenger car preheating produces as much particulate emissions as driving dozens of kilometers

An ocean inside Earth? Water hundreds of kilometers down

Diamond From 660 Kilometers Below Earth's Surface Reveals a Water-Rich Environment