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NASA and Boeing Complete Starliner Orbital Flight Test Investigation
NASASpaceflight.com
Jul 08, 2020 00:33 UTC. Read More

SpaceX's next batch of Starlink satellites back on the launch pad
Spaceflight Now
Jul 07, 2020 23:45 UTC. Read More

NASA's Curiosity rover kicks off epic 'summer road trip' across Mars
CNET
Jul 07, 2020 21:23 UTC. Read More

There's Pink Snow in Europe. That Could Be Bad, Scientists Say
Futurism
Jul 07, 2020 20:46 UTC. Read More

Famous 'Jurassic Park' dinosaur is less lizard, more bird
Phys.Org
Jul 07, 2020 20:12 UTC. Read More

Climate explained: what the world was like the last time carbon dioxide levels were at 400ppm
The Conversation AU
Jul 07, 2020 19:51 UTC. Read More

NASA Teases ‘Psyche,’ A Robot To Explore An Asteroid Worth More Than Our Global Economy
Forbes
Jul 07, 2020 19:37 UTC. Read More

'Tiny bug slayer': Meet the pint-size ancient ancestor of dinosaurs discovered in Madagascar
msnNOW
Jul 07, 2020 19:13 UTC. Read More

Volcanic island in Pacific Ocean is having 'growth spurt'
Daily Mail
Jul 07, 2020 17:26 UTC. Read More

Esa and Nasa line up satellites to measure Antarctic sea-ice
BBC News
Jul 07, 2020 16:53 UTC. Read More

New collection of stars, not born in our galaxy, discovered in Milky Way
Phys.Org
Jul 07, 2020 16:27 UTC. Read More

Bengaluru scientists find out where the Lithium in your smartphone came from
Deccan Herald
Jul 07, 2020 16:26 UTC. Read More

'Clyde's Spot,' a new storm on Jupiter, discovered by amateur astronomer (photos)
Space.com
Jul 07, 2020 16:12 UTC. Read More

Scientists: Flying By Venus to Get to Mars Would Be Cheaper, Faster
Futurism
Jul 07, 2020 16:11 UTC. Read More

White Dwarfs are Primary Source of Carbon in Milky Way, Astronomers Say Astronomy
Sci-News.com
Jul 07, 2020 15:56 UTC. Read More

'Light squeezer' reduces quantum noise in lasers, could enhance quantum computing and gravitational-wave detection
Phys.Org
Jul 07, 2020 15:08 UTC. Read More

NASA 'destroys' oxygen tank of SLS in incredible test video
Daily Mail
Jul 07, 2020 14:57 UTC. Read More

NASA's InSight Flexes Its Arm While Its 'Mole' Hits Pause
NASA Planetary Science
Jul 07, 2020 14:51 UTC. Read More

NASA Releases Breathtaking Time-Lapse of the Sun's Surface Shot Over a Decade to Celebrate Satellite Anniversary
Good News Network
Jul 07, 2020 13:59 UTC. Read More

Italy's melting glaciers face new threat: Pink ice
DW (English)
Jul 07, 2020 13:58 UTC. Read More

Scientists discover diminutive dinosaur ancestor: a 4-inch 'tiny bug slayer'
Fox News
Jul 07, 2020 13:04 UTC. Read More

New global study reveals 'time tree' of Earth's flowering plants
Phys.Org
Jul 07, 2020 12:30 UTC. Read More

The Morning After: NASA's Curiosity rover plots a 'road trip' on Mars
Engadget
Jul 07, 2020 11:48 UTC. Read More

Scientists Might Have Found the Moon's Missing Metal
ExtremeTech
Jul 07, 2020 11:43 UTC. Read More

Clever Wiring Architecture Enables Bigger and Better Quantum Computers
SciTechDaily
Jul 07, 2020 11:13 UTC. Read More

SpaceX adds fresh Falcon 9 booster to the fleet after drone ship recovery
Teslarati
Jul 07, 2020 08:55 UTC. Read More

These Eerie Creatures Could Be The First Known Amphibians With a Venomous Bite
ScienceAlert
Jul 07, 2020 07:31 UTC. Read More

Atomic ‘Swiss Army Knife’ Precisely Measures Advanced Materials for Quantum Computers
SciTechDaily
Jul 07, 2020 05:16 UTC. Read More

Marine Life Found in Ancient Antarctica Ice Helps Solve a Carbon Dioxide Puzzle From the Ice Age
Gizmodo Australia
Jul 07, 2020 03:19 UTC. Read More

A Vast Stream of Flowing Stars Is Evidence of The Milky Way's Violent History
ScienceAlert
Jul 07, 2020 01:10 UTC. Read More

Bizarre "pink snow" in the Alps is actually a bad omen for Earth
Salon
Jul 06, 2020 23:12 UTC. Read More

Astronomers have found the source of life in the universe
Inverse
Jul 06, 2020 22:24 UTC. Read More

Hubble just snapped one of its greatest images ever
New York Post
Jul 06, 2020 22:18 UTC. Read More

A Surprise Comet Is Coming to Put on a Spectacular Sky Show — and It Won't Be Visible Again for Over 6,000 Years
Travel+Leisure
Jul 06, 2020 22:01 UTC. Read More

Homo erectus could run distances but 'built like rugby player'
Daily Mail
Jul 06, 2020 22:00 UTC. Read More

A massive fireball appeared over Tokyo, and we have the video
BGR
Jul 06, 2020 21:32 UTC. Read More

Three Separate Countries Are Launching Mars Missions This Month
Futurism
Jul 06, 2020 21:21 UTC. Read More

Atomic 'Swiss Army knife' precisely measures materials for quantum computers
Phys.Org
Jul 06, 2020 21:18 UTC. Read More

There's a Black Hole With 34 Billion Times the Mass of the Sun, Eating Roughly a Star Every Day
Universe Today
Jul 06, 2020 21:05 UTC. Read More

SpaceX news, launch calendars, and video
Inverse
Jul 06, 2020 20:54 UTC. Read More

Astronomers See Through the Milky Way's Dust to Track Where Radiation is Coming From at the Center of the Galaxy
Universe Today
Jul 06, 2020 20:47 UTC. Read More

Norman Conquest of 1066 Did Little to Change People’s Eating Habits
HeritageDaily
Jul 06, 2020 20:33 UTC. Read More

Rare night clouds may be warning sign of climate crisis
The Guardian
Jul 06, 2020 20:29 UTC. Read More

Study reveals secret life of lithium in Sun-like stars
Phys.Org
Jul 06, 2020 20:13 UTC. Read More

Revealed: the Sun's secret plan to become a lithium factory
The Conversation AU
Jul 06, 2020 19:52 UTC. Read More

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