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Mars' underground brine could be a good source of oxygen
Ars Technica
Dec 01, 2020 00:49 UTC. Read More

How to see a mysterious object that might be space junk fly near Earth today
CNET
Dec 01, 2020 00:08 UTC. Read More

Component failure in NASA’s deep-space crew capsule could take months to fix
The Verge
Nov 30, 2020 22:53 UTC. Read More

The ExoMy is a programmable $600 Mars rover you can build yourself
Engadget
Nov 30, 2020 22:51 UTC. Read More

Galaxy Survives Black Hole's Feast – “Goes Against All the Current Scientific Predictions”
SciTechDaily
Nov 30, 2020 22:33 UTC. Read More

DeepMind AI handles protein folding, which humbled previous software
Ars Technica
Nov 30, 2020 22:09 UTC. Read More

A 'Beaver Full Moon' With Lunar Eclipse Happened This Morning—And Folks Took Some Stunning Photos
Good News Network
Nov 30, 2020 21:51 UTC. Read More

The solar system follows the galactic standard—but it is a rare breed
Phys.Org
Nov 30, 2020 21:27 UTC. Read More

SpaceX private astronaut launch debut to reuse Crew-1 Dragon spacecraft
Teslarati
Nov 30, 2020 21:26 UTC. Read More

We've mapped a million previously undiscovered galaxies beyond the Milky Way. Take the virtual tour here.
The Conversation AU
Nov 30, 2020 19:06 UTC. Read More

Data Sonification: A New Cosmic Triad of Sound
NASA Planetary Science
Nov 30, 2020 17:40 UTC. Read More

Why Europe's Space Agency Is Spending $103 Million to Remove a Single Piece of Space Junk
Gizmodo
Nov 30, 2020 17:09 UTC. Read More

A new measurement puts the Sun 2,000 light-years closer to the center of the Milky Way
Universe Today
Nov 30, 2020 16:52 UTC. Read More

Researchers Solve Anti-aging Mystery – Identify Gene Responsible for Cellular Aging
SciTechDaily
Nov 30, 2020 14:00 UTC. Read More

Meteor "as bright as the full moon" caught on camera in Japan
CBS News
Nov 30, 2020 13:18 UTC. Read More

Can ET see us? Some planets beyond solar system can view Earth, researchers find
Fox News
Nov 30, 2020 12:21 UTC. Read More

SpaceX: Remote-control cars to race on the MOON in 2021
Daily Mail
Nov 30, 2020 10:20 UTC. Read More

Madagascan fossil 'turns bird evolutionary anatomy on its head'
sciencefocus.com
Nov 30, 2020 09:55 UTC. Read More

Mysterious new species of deep sea blob identified using only HD footage for 1st time in history (VIDEO)
RT
Nov 30, 2020 09:51 UTC. Read More

Fireball lights up skies over Japan
The Jerusalem Post
Nov 30, 2020 09:43 UTC. Read More

Hubble Space Telescope Captures a Vast Cosmic Wonderland
SciTechDaily
Nov 30, 2020 09:08 UTC. Read More

Figuring Out How To Breathe the Moon’s Regolith
Universe Today
Nov 30, 2020 06:13 UTC. Read More

Neutrinos Prove Our Sun Is Undergoing a Second Type of Fusion in Its Core
ScienceAlert
Nov 30, 2020 05:51 UTC. Read More

European Space Agency is sending a giant claw into orbit to clean up space junk
CNET
Nov 30, 2020 04:36 UTC. Read More

Here's How to See Tonight's Frost Moon Eclipse
Comicbook.com
Nov 30, 2020 02:01 UTC. Read More

Live coverage: Soyuz launch scrubbed due to lightning risk
Spaceflight Now
Nov 30, 2020 00:32 UTC. Read More

NASA begins assembling 'Artemis' rocket for 2021 launch
One America News Network
Nov 29, 2020 23:51 UTC. Read More

Soyuz rocket ready to launch with UAE's Falcon Eye 2 military satellite
Spaceflight Now
Nov 29, 2020 23:11 UTC. Read More

Lightning scrubs launch Emirati military/civilian Earth imaging satellite
NASASpaceflight.com
Nov 29, 2020 21:58 UTC. Read More

Scientists create perfect 'electronic skin' capable of stretching 28 TIMES original form
Express
Nov 29, 2020 21:48 UTC. Read More

Full beaver moon to deliver partial lunar eclipse early Monday morning
The Know
Nov 29, 2020 19:25 UTC. Read More

Japan launches advanced relay satellite with laser communications tech into orbit
Space.com
Nov 29, 2020 18:05 UTC. Read More

Earth is 2000 light-years closer to the Milky Way’s blackhole
SlashGear
Nov 29, 2020 17:09 UTC. Read More

This week’s full Cold Moon rises as NASA watches tiny ‘temporary moon’ come closer to Earth
MLive.com
Nov 29, 2020 16:30 UTC. Read More

NASA starts assembling Artemis Space Launch System rocket
Fox News
Nov 29, 2020 14:06 UTC. Read More

Cretaceous birds were thought to have small bills—except this one
Ars Technica
Nov 29, 2020 12:59 UTC. Read More

Earth is 2,000 light years closer to the Milky Way's supermassive black hole than previously thought
CBS News
Nov 29, 2020 12:58 UTC. Read More

Japanese data relay satellite launches on H-2A rocket –
Spaceflight Now
Nov 29, 2020 10:30 UTC. Read More

Fireball 'as bright as full moon' spotted in night sky over Japan
Kyodo News Plus
Nov 29, 2020 08:51 UTC. Read More

Catch a lunar eclipse during the full beaver moon this weekend
CNN
Nov 29, 2020 08:00 UTC. Read More

Our solar system's gas giants are about to do something that hasn't been seen for 800 years
Wales Online
Nov 29, 2020 07:00 UTC. Read More

Earth 16,000 MPH Faster, 2000 Light-Years Closer to Supermassive Black Hole in the Center of the Milky Way
SciTechDaily
Nov 29, 2020 03:38 UTC. Read More

November 'beaver moon', lunar eclipse to light up sky
New York Post
Nov 29, 2020 02:38 UTC. Read More

Japanese data relay satellite set for launch on H-2A rocket
Spaceflight Now
Nov 29, 2020 01:43 UTC. Read More

In an Unexpected Twist It Turns Out Alligators Can Regrow Their Tails Too
ScienceAlert
Nov 29, 2020 00:23 UTC. Read More

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