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New Atlas of the Universe Created – Includes a Million Galaxies We've Never Seen Before
SciTechDaily
Dec 01, 2020 22:22 UTC. Read More

New data reveals Earth closer to a black hole and is moving 16,000 mph faster
Big Think
Dec 01, 2020 22:18 UTC. Read More

Arecibo Observatory Telescope Collapses, Ending An Era Of World-Class Research
NPR
Dec 01, 2020 22:17 UTC. Read More

See the lunar eclipse during the full beaver moon
CNN
Dec 01, 2020 19:43 UTC. Read More

The Sun Is Experiencing a Second Fusion
Yahoo Finance
Dec 01, 2020 19:30 UTC. Read More

Astronomer Captures Possible Image of NASA’s Long-Lost Centaur Rocket Booster
Gizmodo
Dec 01, 2020 19:19 UTC. Read More

Europe plans space claw to capture orbiting junk
Science Magazine
Dec 01, 2020 18:59 UTC. Read More

Thousands of unsecured medical records were exposed online
Engadget
Dec 01, 2020 18:17 UTC. Read More

UPDATED: The giant Arecibo radio telescope to be decommissioned due to damage
SYFY WIRE
Dec 01, 2020 17:34 UTC. Read More

Scientists identify deep-sea blob as new species using only video
The Guardian
Dec 01, 2020 17:10 UTC. Read More

Go watch this video about an AI system that can predict how proteins fold
The Verge
Dec 01, 2020 16:42 UTC. Read More

Solving a Cosmological Ghost Particle Mystery: Theory That Neutrinos Shape the Universe Validated
SciTechDaily
Dec 01, 2020 14:30 UTC. Read More

Discovery of two-million-year-old skull in South Africa throws new light on human evolution
The Independent
Dec 01, 2020 12:56 UTC. Read More

India to launch Shukrayaan Venus mission in 2024 after pandemic delays: reports
Space.com
Dec 01, 2020 12:12 UTC. Read More

This Month Will Bring 2020's Biggest Meteor Shower, a Solar Eclipse, and the Best 'Kissing Planets' in 794 Years
Travel+Leisure
Dec 01, 2020 12:04 UTC. Read More

Sprawling 8-mile-long 'canvas' of ice age beasts discovered hidden in Amazon rainforest
Livescience.com
Dec 01, 2020 11:59 UTC. Read More

Rocket Lab says recovered booster in “good condition,” some parts will re-fly
Ars Technica
Dec 01, 2020 11:30 UTC. Read More

Engineers combine light and sound to see underwater
Tech Xplore
Dec 01, 2020 08:34 UTC. Read More

Researchers offer new theory on 'Venus' figurines
Phys.Org
Dec 01, 2020 08:31 UTC. Read More

Physicists Observe Trippy 'Vortex Rings' in a Magnetic Material For The First Time
ScienceAlert
Dec 01, 2020 06:19 UTC. Read More

Astronomers Just Solved a Dark Matter Mystery, Saving Our Galaxy Formation Models
ScienceAlert
Dec 01, 2020 06:11 UTC. Read More

The case for Apophis
The Space Review
Dec 01, 2020 02:58 UTC. Read More

Brightly burning meteor spotted plunging from sky in Japan
WABC-TV
Dec 01, 2020 02:01 UTC. Read More

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

Astronomers Just Mapped 1 Million Previously Unknown Galaxies, And You Can Take a Tour
ScienceAlert
Dec 01, 2020 00:33 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

Hitting the quantum 'sweet spot': Researchers find best position for atom qubits in silicon
Phys.Org
Nov 30, 2020 21:15 UTC. Read More

Hayabusa 2’s Sample is Landing on Earth December 6th
Universe Today
Nov 30, 2020 20:22 UTC. Read More

Neanderthals Were as Good at Tolerating Smoke-Related Toxins as Early Modern Humans: Study Genetics, Paleoanthropology
Sci-News.com
Nov 30, 2020 20:17 UTC. Read More

Discoveries highlight new possibilities for magnesium batteries
Tech Xplore
Nov 30, 2020 20:13 UTC. Read More

NASA starts assembling the Artemis Space Launch System we’re headed back to the moon
PennLive.com
Nov 30, 2020 20:04 UTC. Read More

You can fight pandemic with this diet, says NCSU professor based on new study
WRAL Tech Wire
Nov 30, 2020 19:51 UTC. Read More

Full “beaver moon” rises over Jackson Hole
Buckrail
Nov 30, 2020 19:51 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

See a lunar eclipse and the 'Beaver Moon' tonight
Chron
Nov 30, 2020 18:35 UTC. Read More

This Giant Claw Could Soon Clean Up Space Junk
ExtremeTech
Nov 30, 2020 18:20 UTC. Read More

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

Huge meteor lights up night sky in Japan for HUNDREDS of miles
Daily Mail
Nov 30, 2020 17:10 UTC. Read More

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