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Jupiters Great Red Spot is different from what an Italian ast...

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Sign up for CNNs Wonder Theory science newsletter.Explore the universe with news on fascinating discoveries, scientific advancements and more. Jupiters iconic Great Red Spot is a massive storm that

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NASA indefinitely delays return of Starliner to review propul...

Eric Berger

Enlarge/ Boeing's Starliner capsule lifts off aboard United Launch Alliance's Atlas V rocket. 81 In an update released late Friday evening, NASA said it was "adjusting" the date of the Starliner sp

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Fossil of ancient sea reptile is oldest found in Southern Hem...

Brie Stimson

A 246 million-year-old reptile fossil discovered by scientists in New Zealand has been identified as the oldest marine reptile fossil found in the Southern Hemisphere, according to a Swedish museum.

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Revising Relativity: How Modified Gravity Challenges Einstein...

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Using gravitational lensing, scientists uncovered that dark matter may stretch over a million light-years from galactic centers, proposing significant adjustments to our gravitational theories or the

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NASA Is Launching an 'Artificial Star' Into Orbit Around Eart...

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Astronomers typically deal with the very, very large big telescopes, giant galaxies, and massive exploding stars. But one of the more revolutionary astronomy tools of the decade is a mini satellite

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'Ghost Particles' Could Be The Secret Behind The Heaviest Ele...

Mike McRae

Big atoms demand big energy to construct. A new model of quantum interactions now suggests some of the lightest particles in the Universe might play a critical role in how at least some heavy element

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Too many, too bright lights on vehicles in traffic a growing ...

Scott Harrison

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) -- A state trooper says that Colorado law mandating how bright vehicle lights can be, and how many can be in use, is probably outdated for modern automobiles that have

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James Webb telescope spots a dozen newborn stars spewing gas ...

Brandon Specktor

Astronomers using the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) have observed a strange stellar phenomenon for the first time ever: A group of baby stars painting the walls of their nursery in seemingly co

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Is there liquid water on Mars today? Marsquake data could tel...

Rahul Rao

Mars was likely, very long ago, blue from oceans of water that covered its surface. But the now-red world may still hold liquid water underground, stowed deep and out of sight. If there is water

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Unique shape maintains constant width irrespective of dimensi...

Prabhat Ranjan Mishra

The most amazing thing is that volume of each shape is easily computable, said study co-author Andriy Bondarenko, a mathematician at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, told Gizmodo

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The rotation of Earth's inner core is slowing down - Space.com

Samantha Mathewson

The rotation of Earth's inner core began to slow down more than a decade ago, altering the length of our days by fractions of a second. Researchers from the University of Southern California (USC)

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Key mechanism in nuclear reaction dynamics promises advances ...

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by Nuclear Science and Techniques Researchers have made significant progress in understanding the transfer of neutrons in weakly bound nuclei. The experiment, performed at Legnaro National Laborator

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How a rare, 'once-in-20-years' aurora formed at the North Pol...

Isabel Swafford

When I saw that kind of strange aurora, I suddenly realized this is special, and I needed to do something. So, I started looking at the satellite data obtained at the same time, and I saw the polar r

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Mysterious Pink Sands in Australia Reveal Hidden Antarctic Mo...

Clare Watson

Usually, when something in nature turns pink, it's not a good sign. But weird pink sands washing up on South Australian beaches have uncovered an ancient Antarctic mountain range thought to be buried

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A Bonus 'Hitchhiker' Will Come Back From Mars in Perseverance...

Isaac Schultz

The Perseverance rover has been toiling on the Martian surface for over three years, collecting rock samples that will eventually be brought to Earth if all goes according to plan. But the rover has

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Ariane 6 completes wet dress rehearsal - SpaceNews

Jeff Foust

WASHINGTON Europes Ariane 6 rocket has completed a fueling test and countdown rehearsal that is the final major milestone before its inaugural launch in July. The European Space Agency said June 21

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Asteroid Size of Washington Monument to Pass Close to Earth, ...

Jess Thomson

An asteroid as large as the Washington Monument is due to pass Earth next week, approaching closer than the orbit of our moon. The asteroid, named 2024 MK, is estimated to be between 394 to 885 feet

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New piranha-like fish with 'human teeth' and Eye of Sauron ma...

Harry Baker

A new species of piranha-like fish has been discovered in the Amazon River after secretly masquerading as another, nearly identical species for almost 200 years. Scientists have named the newfound fi

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Confirmed: Strange debris found in western NC part of SpaceX ...

Ryan Bisesi

It's official: Debris found littered across several places in western North Carolina were part of a SpaceX spacecraft that broke apart during re-entry. A statement from NASA Public Affairs on Thursd

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We will soon get to witness one of the rarest space events th...

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In the last decade, we've been pretty spoiled for witnessing stunning cosmic events. We've seen an incredibly rare total solar eclipse and the sun approaching its peak activity, which in turn has cr

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Ariane 6 pre-show: wet dress rehearsal complete - European Sp...

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Enabling & Support21/06/20241388 views7 likes Yesterday, the first Ariane 6 rocket to launch into space went through its last full wet dress rehearsal at Europes Spaceport in French Guiana it pr

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Why smaller planets are better at building large moons - Spac...

Keith Cooper

New simulations that describe how moons, including Earth 's own moon , formed strongly imply that exomoons are more likely to be found around rocky exoplanets . Our moon is thought to have form

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Woman who had man's hands transplanted onto her reveals the s...

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An Indian woman became the first woman on the planet to don a man's hands - and noticed some shocking changes she experienced since the transplant. Eight years ago, 18-year-old Shreya Siddanagowder

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