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CERN: physicists report the discovery of unique new particle
The Conversation AU
Jul 09, 2020 09:53 UTC. Read More

SpaceX Falcon 9 landing leg accidentally dropped during retraction attempt
Teslarati
Jul 09, 2020 08:57 UTC. Read More

Curiosity Mars Rover’s Summer Road Trip – “We’re Uncovering an Ancient World”
SciTechDaily
Jul 09, 2020 04:10 UTC. Read More

Mystery Objects Lurking in Deep Space Detected by Team Mapping Night Sky
Sputnik International
Jul 09, 2020 03:41 UTC. Read More

Things Are Really Weird in The Outer Solar System, And We May Have Figured Out Why
ScienceAlert
Jul 09, 2020 02:36 UTC. Read More

Languages Will Change Significantly on Interstellar Flights
Universe Today
Jul 09, 2020 02:11 UTC. Read More

Mars Alert: Why Three Spacecraft Must Leave For The Red Planet Within Weeks Or Miss Their Chance
Forbes
Jul 09, 2020 01:59 UTC. Read More

A ‘Jurassic Park’ icon was so much different in real life
BGR
Jul 09, 2020 01:09 UTC. Read More

Weird green gel-like substance found on the moon finally identified
CNET
Jul 08, 2020 23:01 UTC. Read More

SpaceX scrubs Starlink v1.0 L9 mission
NASASpaceflight.com
Jul 08, 2020 22:35 UTC. Read More

Comet NEOWISE is 'an awesome sight' from space, astronaut says (video)
Space.com
Jul 08, 2020 22:05 UTC. Read More

What Telescope Will Be Needed to See the First Stars in the Universe? The Ultimately Large Telescope
Universe Today
Jul 08, 2020 22:04 UTC. Read More

NASA injects $17M into four small companies with Artemis ambitions
TechCrunch
Jul 08, 2020 22:02 UTC. Read More

'The Sirens of Mars' tells of the search for life on Mars
Space.com
Jul 08, 2020 22:00 UTC. Read More

Nyx: Stellar Stream of Stars Discovered in Milky Way That Originated in Another Galaxy
SciTechDaily
Jul 08, 2020 21:23 UTC. Read More

Crap: NASA's Mars “Mole” Finally Started Digging, Then Hit Another Obstacle
Futurism
Jul 08, 2020 21:17 UTC. Read More

Tour a socially distanced, survivalist bunker home of the future
Business Insider
Jul 08, 2020 20:38 UTC. Read More

5G networks have few health impacts, study finds
Medical Xpress
Jul 08, 2020 20:31 UTC. Read More

Paleontologists Find Fossil of 70-Million-Year-Old Polar Raptor Paleontology
Sci-News.com
Jul 08, 2020 19:31 UTC. Read More

This glacier in the Alps turned pink with 'watermelon snow'—here's what a scientist says is happening
CNBC
Jul 08, 2020 18:43 UTC. Read More

Baby raptor discovered in Alaska may have been a permanent resident of the ancient Arctic
CNN
Jul 08, 2020 18:05 UTC. Read More

'Bystander Effect' Holds True For Rats. They'll Help Strangers Unless Others Don't : Shots Health News
NPR
Jul 08, 2020 18:00 UTC. Read More

Earth's Magnetic Field Can Flip 10 Times Faster Than We Thought
Yahoo Entertainment
Jul 08, 2020 17:52 UTC. Read More

SpaceX scrubs Starlink satellite launch Wednesday due to weather
CNET
Jul 08, 2020 17:48 UTC. Read More

Earth's magnetic field changes 10 times faster than once thought
Livescience.com
Jul 08, 2020 17:42 UTC. Read More

4 mysterious objects spotted in deep space are unlike anything ever seen
Livescience.com
Jul 08, 2020 16:28 UTC. Read More

Astronomers Surprised to Find Stars Streaming Into the Center of Our Galaxy
Futurism
Jul 08, 2020 16:03 UTC. Read More

'Jurassic Park' got nearly everything wrong about Dilophosaurus, new study says
Fox News
Jul 08, 2020 15:55 UTC. Read More

NASA completes investigation on flawed Boeing Starliner capsule test flight
Space.com
Jul 08, 2020 15:22 UTC. Read More

Scientists make precise edits to mitochondrial DNA for first time
Nature.com
Jul 08, 2020 15:12 UTC. Read More

Scientists make precise edits to mitochondrial DNA for first time
Nature.com
Jul 08, 2020 15:12 UTC. Read More

Porous graphene ribbons doped with nitrogen for electronics and quantum computing
Phys.Org
Jul 08, 2020 15:09 UTC. Read More

Potential for large-scale CO2 removal via enhanced rock weathering with croplands
Nature.com
Jul 08, 2020 15:01 UTC. Read More

Supergenes play a larger role in evolution than previously thought
Phys.Org
Jul 08, 2020 15:00 UTC. Read More

Vital Clues to Unsolved Mysteries in Astrophysics – Including Expansion of the Universe – From Colliding Neutron Stars
SciTechDaily
Jul 08, 2020 15:00 UTC. Read More

How colliding neutron stars could shed light on universal mysteries
Phys.Org
Jul 08, 2020 15:00 UTC. Read More

Robotic lab assistant is 1,000 times faster at conducting research
The Verge
Jul 08, 2020 14:59 UTC. Read More

Model suggests it could take decades for planet to start cooling after emissions are reduced
Phys.Org
Jul 08, 2020 14:50 UTC. Read More

Increases Investment in US Small Businesses to Mature Lunar Capabilities for Artemis
Nasa.gov
Jul 08, 2020 14:07 UTC. Read More

SpaceX delays launch of latest batch of Starlink satellites, with two hitchhiking spacecraft
The Verge
Jul 08, 2020 13:08 UTC. Read More

SpaceX will try to launch Starlink satellites with “visors” on Wednesday
Ars Technica
Jul 08, 2020 12:16 UTC. Read More

NASA's newest Mars rover Perseverance: Everything you need to know
CNET
Jul 08, 2020 11:59 UTC. Read More

New biomaterial could shield against harmful radiation
Phys.Org
Jul 08, 2020 11:59 UTC. Read More

Comet NEOWISE Has Suddenly Become Visible to the Unaided Eye
SciTechDaily
Jul 08, 2020 11:41 UTC. Read More

Shock waves from stellar explosions take preferential direction
Phys.Org
Jul 08, 2020 11:27 UTC. Read More

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