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Hubble celebrates 34th anniversary with a look at the Little ...

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23 April 2024 In celebration of the 34th anniversary of the launch of the legendary NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope on 24 April, astronomers took a snapshot of the Little Dumbbell Nebula (also known

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Ancient, 30-foot ancestor of great white shark unearthed in M...

Melissa Hobson

Complete fossils from an enormous shark that lived alongside the dinosaurs reveal crucial information about this enigmatic predator including it being an ancient relative of the great white shark.

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Unprecedented images reveal jaw-dropping features of Jupiters...

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Sign up for CNNs Wonder Theory science newsletter.Explore the universe with news on fascinating discoveries, scientific advancements and more. Close flybys of Io, one of Jupiters moons and the most

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SpaceXs Special Starship Cargo Lander Capacity Revealed By NA...

Ramish Zafar

This is not investment advice. The author has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. Wccftech.com has a disclosure and ethics policy. Ahead of the fourth test flight of its Starship rocket, Spa

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NASA ends CloudSat Earth-observing mission after 18 years - S...

Mike Wall

NASA's pioneering CloudSat weather and climate mission has come to an end after nearly 18 productive years in Earth orbit. The agency recently decommissioned the satellite, which launched in April

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Companies offer proposals for Apophis asteroid missions - Spa...

Jeff Foust

WASHINGTON Companies ranging from Blue Origin to a startup are proposing concepts for missions to visit an asteroid before it makes a very close flyby of Earth in five years. The asteroid Apophis, a

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NASA has a plan to clean up space junkbut is going green enou...

Ramin Skibba

Meanwhile, in 2026, the European Space Agency and a private company called Clearspace plan to launch a spacecraft that will use robotic arms to capture a 250-pound rocket part and safely tug it down

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Birthplace of weird Earth 'quasi-moon' Kamo'oalewa found - Sp...

Robert Lea

Earth's "quasi-moon" was likely blasted away from the actual moon relatively recently in the solar system's history, a new study suggests. Kamo'oalewa, a 131- to 328-foot-wide (40 to 100 meters) n

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NASA Ponders Why Gas Produced by Life on Earth Is Leaking Out...

Victor Tangermann

The plot thickens. Emission Control NASA's Mars Curiosity rover has made consistent and puzzling findings while roaming the barren surface of the planet's Gale Crater: mysterious puffs of methane g

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Metafluid gives robotic gripper a soft touch - Ars Technica

Jacek Krywko

Enlarge/ At critical pressures, the fluid's spheres become a mixture of different states. 31 Building a robot that could pick up delicate objects like eggs or blueberries without crushing them took

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Scientists discover hidden oasis of life underneath world's d...

Chris Melore

POTSDAM, Germany One of the most lifeless places on Earth is actually hiding an underground biosphere teeming with microscopic life! Researchers have unearthed this amazing oasis under Chiles Atac

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NASA confirms the Dragonfly mission to Saturns Moon: Titan - ...

Richard Angle

NASA has given the final approval to proceed with the Dragonfly mission to Saturns Moon Titan with a launch scheduled for July 2028 and arriving at Titan in 2034. This approval gives teams the fund

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NASA astronauts enter quarantine for 1st crewed Boeing Starli...

Elizabeth Howell

The first Starliner crew is in quarantine ahead of their scheduled May 6 launch. The two NASA astronauts to fly aboard Boeing Starliner, Barry "Butch" Wilmore and pilot Suni Williams, entered standa

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Bacteria On The ISS Have Mutated Into Something Not Seen On E...

Dr. Alfredo Carpineti

Movies and TV shows give the impression of space stations as aseptic and squeaky-clean environments. But wherever there are humans, there are all the bacteria that we bring with us. Bacteria have fou

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Watch The Sun Briefly Pull Off The Devil Comet's Tail - IFLSc...

Stephen Luntz

NASAs STEREO A spacecraft has spotted a powerful eruption on the Sun ripping the tail off comet Pons-Brooks, although it quickly regrew. This is far from the first time STEREO A has spotted the Sun t

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Dentist Makes an Unsettling Discovery in the Floor of His Par...

Micah Hanks, Micah Hanks

Something about one of the floor tiles in his parents newly renovated European home seemed extremely strange. Thats because the man who made the discovery, a dentist, recognized the bizarre, out-of-

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Dying SpaceX rocket tears blood-red 'hole' in the sky over Te...

Harry Baker

An eerie, blood-red orb of light was recently photographed in the night sky above Texas after SpaceX launched a satellite-laden rocket into space. The increasingly common phenomenon, known as a "Spac

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In Photos: Comet Seen During The Total Solar Eclipse Vaporize...

Jamie Carter

Petr Horlek, from the Institute of Physics in Opava, was in Mexico for the eclipse. The clouds ...

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AI Starts to Sift Through String Theorys Near-Endless Possibi...

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Ruehle and collaborators took up the old problem of approximating Calabi-Yau metrics. Anderson and others also revitalized their earlier attempts to overcome step 2. The physicists found that neural

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Explore the Universe with the First E-Book from NASA's Fermi ...

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Because dark matter doesnt reflect, absorb, or emit light, scientists remain unsure of its composition. One popular theory suggests, though, that dark matter particles create gamma rays when they int

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How close NASA TIMED spacecraft, Russian satellite came to co...

Julia Gomez, Emily DeLetter

A near-miss earlier this year between NASA'sTIMED spacecraft and the Russian Cosmos 2221 satellite was even closer than originally thought: The two objects whizzed by each other less than 10 meters a

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Researchers detect a new molecule in space - Phys.org

Danielle Randall Doughty

New research from the group of MIT Professor Brett McGuire has revealed the presence of a previously unknown molecule in space. The team's open-access paper, "Rotational Spectrum and First Interstell

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Truly Amazing Quantum Dots Successfully Synthesized Inside L...

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A groundbreaking study by Nankai University scientists reveals a novel method for synthesizing quantum dots within the nuclei of live cells. This technique, leveraging the cells natural processes wi

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