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Ars Technica
21 hours ago
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The unmatched streak of perfection with SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket is over

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket suffered an upper stage engine failure and deployed a batch of Starlink internet satellites into a perilously low orbit after launch from California Thursday night, the first blemish on the workhorse launcher's record in more than 300 missions since 2016.
Inverse
11 hours ago
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Ariane 6 vs. SpaceX: How the rockets stack up

The Ariane 6 is here.On Tuesday, the European Space Agency launched the 184-foot-tall spacecraft on its inaugural flight from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana.
Mail Online
18 hours ago
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The out-of-control rockets that have crashed to Earth REVEALED in map

Interactive map shows landing sites of most dangerous pieces of space junk Experts warn growing levels of space junk could lead to fatal accidents
New York Post
14 hours ago
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SpaceX Falcon 9 suffers malfunction, imperiling Starlink satellite mission

A second-stage engine on SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket suffered a malfunction in space Thursday night that imperiled its payload of Starlink satellites, the first failure in more than seven years of a rocket the global space industry relies on.
Futurism
14 hours ago
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SpaceX Rocket Suffers Catastrophic Failure, Explodes While Deploying Satellites

Rapid Disassembly
The second stage of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket exploded while trying to raise its orbit to release a batch of Starlink internet satellites.
www.nytimes.com
14 hours ago
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SpaceX Rocket Fails, Breaking Apart in Orbit

The second stage of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket sustained a rare but catastrophic failure Thursday night, disintegrating in orbit during the deployment of the company's latest batch of Starlink internet satellites.
Ars Technica
10 hours ago
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NASA's flagship mission to Europa has a problem: Vulnerability to radiation

The launch date for the Europa Clipper mission to study the intriguing moon orbiting Jupiter, which ranks alongside the Cassini spacecraft to Saturn as NASA's most expensive and ambitious planetary science mission, is now in doubt.
Washington Post
15 hours ago
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Webb space telescope keeps delivering cosmic surprises

The latest made-ya-look image from the James Webb Space Telescope has arrived, and it looks like ... a penguin.A giant penguin in space.
www.theguardian.com
12 hours ago
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FAA demands investigation into in-flight failure of SpaceX rocket

The Federal Aviation Administration is requiring an investigation into the in-flight failure from SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket as it was launching a batch of Starlink internet satellites.
www.aljazeera.com
9 hours ago
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US space agency NASA releases Webb telescope photos of entwined galaxies

NASA releases photos of two entangled galaxies to mark two-year anniversary of James Webb Space Telescope.
Futurism
15 hours ago
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Elon Musk Reportedly Offered SpaceX Employees Sperm to Seed Mars Colony

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is absolutely obsessed with Mars.
Business Insider
19 hours ago
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Elon Musk denies he volunteered his sperm to help start a Martian colony

Elon Musk posted on X that he has not "volunteered his sperm" to help start a Martian colony.
Earth911
22 hours ago
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Earth911 Inspiration: We Must Decide

Today's quote is from American author Barry Lopez: "The land gets inside of us; and we must decide one way or another what this means, what we will do about it."
TechCrunch
15 hours ago
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SpaceX Falcon 9 suffers rare failure on orbit during Starlink deployment | TechCrunch

SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket is the most reliable launch vehicle in history, but even the greats have an occasional miss.
Theregister
18 hours ago
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SpaceX hit by inflight Falcon 9 failure

SpaceX has suffered a rare failure after a Falcon 9 upper stage malfunction left a batch of Starlink satellites in a lower-than-planned orbit.
www.nytimes.com
1 day ago
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NASA Mission to Europa Imperiled by Chips Aboard Spacecraft

NASA said on Thursday that it is studying the durability of transistors on a $5 billion spacecraft to Europa, Jupiter's ocean moon, which has led to concerns about the spacecraft's ability to function as originally planned in the heavy radiation around the solar system's largest planet.
Mail Online
1 day ago
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NASA astronaut spots eerie red lights glowing in space from aboard ISS

A NASA astronaut has photographed eerie glowing red lights hanging in Earth's atmosphere from a window aboard the International Space Station (ISS).
www.scientificamerican.com
17 hours ago
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Meet the Mulleted, Freeze-Dried Woolly Mammoth that Yielded the First Ever Fossilized Chromosomes

For the first time, scientists have mapped the three-dimensional structure of preserved DNA from an ancient animal: a 52,000-year-old freeze-dried mammoth found sporting a mulletlike hairdo.
The Verge
10 hours ago
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SpaceX's Falcon 9 rockets are grounded after an in-flight failure

SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket experienced an engine failure after it launched late Thursday night from the Vandenberg Space Force Base in California.
www.scientificamerican.com
16 hours ago
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This Isn't Your Great-Great-Great-Grandparents' Great Red Spot

In a solar system full of wonders, Jupiter's Great Red Spot still stands out.
Secret London
13 hours ago
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Luke Jerram's Floating Model Of Mars Is Landing Back In London This Year

Greenwich's Painted Hall is no stranger to a model in the celestial form, having welcomed in Luke Jerram's Museum Of The Moon and Gaia - the floating wonder of planet Earth.
The Verge
19 hours ago
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Getting up close and personal with space junk

We're getting a close look at some of the space junk that's floating in space thanks to Tokyo-based company Astroscale Japan.
Business Insider
12 hours ago
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A James Webb Telescope scientist explains what it's like to create the most beautiful space images of our time

JWST snaps thousands of photos of our universe, from sparkling stellar nurseries to clusters of distant galaxies.
Engadget
12 hours ago
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A new spacesuit design can recycle astronauts' urine into purified, drinkable water

The life of an astronaut may sound like a glamorous career but it requires a lot of hard work and sacrifice.
Mail Online
1 day ago
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New clues about Native American tribe that vanished are uncovered

Archeologists have unearthed more clues about a Native American tribe of up to 50,000 people that mysteriously vanished without a trace.
Ars Technica
19 hours ago
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Rocket Report: Chinese firm suffers another failure; Ariane 6 soars in debut

Welcome to Edition 7.02 of the Rocket Report!The highlight of this week was the hugely successful debut of Europe's Ariane 6 rocket.They will address the upper stage issue, I am sure.
www.npr.org
8 hours ago
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2 galaxies, the Penguin and the Egg, get a family portrait thanks to Webb Telescope

Like a protective parent, one galaxy looms high over the other, seemingly peering down at its neighbor.
State of the Planet
7 hours ago
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A Collaborative Approach To Comprehending Glacial Retreat

Deciphering the history of fluctuations of the Patagonian Ice Sheet since the last ice age has been the purpose of over a decade of joint work between the deputy director of the Institute of Geography and researcher at the Patagonia Universidad Católica Station, Esteban Sagredo, and Joerg Schaefer, founder and director of the Cosmogenic Isotope Laboratory at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (LDEO), which is part of the Columbia Climate School.
www.scientificamerican.com
10 hours ago
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Why Animals Living on Islands Are at Greater Risk of Extinction

Warm-blooded island species tend to evolve a slower metabolic rate compared with their mainland counterparts, making it harder for them to bounce back when under stress By Rachel Nuwer Desmarest's hutia (Capromys pilorides), a giant rodent, on a beach in Cubaan example of gigantism found for animals that live on islands.
www.npr.org
23 hours ago
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'Fly Me to the Moon' soft launches Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum

The cheeky new romantic dramedy Fly Me to the Moon stars Scarlett Johansson as a NASA publicist at the height of the space race.
www.dw.com
21 hours ago
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Sandstorms: What are they, and why are they more frequent? DW 07/12/2024

Like tsunamis in the sky, sandstorms produce dense clouds of dust and particles that bury everything below.
www.dw.com
21 hours ago
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Sandstorms: What are they and do they matter? DW 07/12/2024

Like tsunamis in the sky, sandstorms produce dense clouds of dust and particles that bury everything below.
Mail Online
1 day ago
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New dog-sized dinosaur species that lived underground discovered

Paleontologists have discovered 'exceptionally' preserved fossils of a dog-sized dinosaur that lived underground in Utah over 99 million years ago.
english.elpais.com
13 hours ago
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Genetics explain the demise of the Neanderthals: They did not go extinct, we assimilated them

In 2010, a Swedish geneticist, who had been obsessed in his youth with the idea of recovering genetic material from an Egyptian mummy, achieved a much greater milestone.
www.mercurynews.com
10 hours ago
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In a first, sea rise kills off a Florida Keys species. Scientists fear it won't be the last

Alex Harris | (TNS) Miami Herald MIAMI Key Largo has a new, disturbing and first-of-its-kind graveyard.
There are no headstones, no burial markers, no names, no bodies.
Nature
2 days ago
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Daily briefing: The mystery man at the centre of the Human Genome Project

How one man became the source of almost all of the first human genome sequence.Plus, how anti-obesity drugs cause nausea and an elusive midsize black hole might be lurking in our Galaxy.
Ars Technica
19 hours ago
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Peer review is essential for science. Unfortunately, it's broken.

Rescuing Science: Restoring Trust in an Age of Doubt was the most difficult book I've ever written.I'm a cosmologist-I study the origins, structure, and evolution of the Universe.I love science.
Mail Online
17 hours ago
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Largest dinosaur skeleton in WORLD goes on sale and could get 4.2M

Dinosaur fans have the opportunity to own the largest skeleton in the world It is expected to fetch between £2.5 million and £4.2 million at auction
Ars Technica
15 hours ago
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Earliest known ancestors of scorpions were tiny sea beasts

In the early 2000s, local fossil collector Mohamed 'Ou Said' Ben Moula discovered numerous fossils at Fezouata Shale, a site in Morocco known for its well-preserved fossils from the Early Ordovician period, roughly 480 million years ago.
www.nytimes.com
21 hours ago
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Watch These Supernovas in (Time-Lapse) Motion

The past is never dead, William Faulkner once wrote.
It's not even past.
Nobody knows this better than astronomers.
www.mercurynews.com
9 hours ago
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World's first hydrogen-powered ferry to operate in SF Bay

By Terry Chea | Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO The world's first hydrogen-powered commercial passenger ferry will start operating on San Francisco Bay as part of plans to phase out diesel-powered vessels and reduce planet-warming carbon emissions, California officials said Friday, demonstrating the ship.
time.com
19 hours ago
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Separating Truth From Fiction in the New Space Race Movie Fly Me to The Moon

July 12, 2024 7:00 AM EDT In the walk-up to the 55th anniversary of the history-making Apollo 11 mission on July 20, Hollywood is hoping that a new movie about NASA staging a fake version of the moon landing will take off at the box office.
TNW | Deep-Tech
12 hours ago
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Can Ariane 6 turn Europe's spacetech startups into global leaders?

Nearly half of all rockets fail on their first launches.After a troubled development and four years of delays, Ariane 6 looked like a prime candidate to join the list.
Los Angeles Times
20 hours ago
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The devastating Rolling Hills Estates landslide last July was a shock. Researchers say it could have been predicted

(Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
Residents on Peartree Lane in Rolling Hills Estates had just minutes to evacuate last summer before the canyon wall on which their homes sat collapsed.
Nature
1 day ago
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What Twisters gets right - and wrong - about tornado science

When Hollywood producers showed up a few years ago at Sean Waugh's office, he couldn't wait to show them his thunderstorm-tracking equipment.
Fortune
8 hours ago
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World's first hydrogen-powered ferry coming to San Francisco

The world's first hydrogen-powered commercial passenger ferry will start operating on San Francisco Bay as part of plans to phase out diesel-powered vessels and reduce planet-warming carbon emissions, California officials said Friday, demonstrating the ship.
designboom | architecture & design magazine
19 hours ago
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joby's hydrogen-electric air taxi travels 523 miles in california with water as the only emission

Joby Aviation has successfully flown its hydrogen-electric air taxi for 523 miles around its flight test facilities in Marina, California, with water as the only in-flight emission.
Colorado Public Radio
2 days ago
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Vacancy rate of Denver office space going up as empty space accrues in downtown

Empty office space has been piling up ever since the pandemic ushered in the era of remote work more than four years ago.
Los Angeles Times
20 hours ago
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Heat waves are growing hotter and more prolonged. What's driving extreme temperatures?

If you looked at a temperature map this week - it doesn't much matter which day it was - you would have seen bright red stretching from Baja California all the way to Canada's Northwest Territories.
Business Insider
1 day ago
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NASA is investing in a rocket that could get humans to Mars and back in 2 months - and travel at 100,000 mph

NASA aims to send astronauts to Mars by the 2030s.But with current technology, the journey will be years long.
Business Insider
1 day ago
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Elon Musk has reportedly offered his sperm to help colonize Mars. It's unclear if that's possible.

Elon Musk offered his sperm to seed a settlement on Mars, anonymous sources told The New York Times.
www.thenational.scot
1 day ago
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Astronomers find Earth's nearest black hole in star cluster visible to the eye

ESA, Hubble & NASA handout photo of a colored ESA/Hubble image of an area where a black hole that has been observed in the star cluster called Omega Centauri, a collection of around ten million stars.
Nextgov.com
1 day ago
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NASA's astronauts return after a year living on simulated Mars

NASA held a ceremony over the weekend to welcome four brave astronauts back to Earth after spending a year living and working on Mars.
The Verge
1 day ago
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Model rocket enthusiasts are learning how to do vertical landings

Joe Barnard (or BPS.Space) and Aryan Kapoor are two model rocket enthusiasts who've spent years working to advance the hobby with innovative ways to precisely steer model rockets and land them vertically instead of just watching them parachute back to Earth after a launch.
TechCrunch
1 day ago
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'Wild Wild Space' doc captures the risks and rivalries of the new space race | TechCrunch

Astra CEO Chris Kemp is already pulling out of a parking spot when he warns the person in the passenger seat that he doesn't have a valid driver's license.
Nature
2 days ago
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First fossil chromosomes discovered in freeze-dried mammoth skin

On the frozen tundra of Siberia some 50,000 years ago, a woolly mammoth met its end under mysterious circumstances.
Futurism
1 day ago
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James Webb Spots Distant Space Object With Jewel-Like Lights

Glitter Galactic
The James Webb Space Telescope has an eye for bling.
www.scientificamerican.com
1 day ago
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When Space Junk Fell on My Neighbor's Farm, the Law Had Few Answers for Us

The e-mail arrived, like a bolt from blue, on the otherwise typical Thursday afternoon of May 9.
Washington Post
1 day ago
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Freeze-dried woolly mammoths share their genetic secrets with scientists

A 52,000-year-old woolly mammoth was impeccably freeze-dried by nature, its swatches of fur remaining intact - remarkably enough - and allowing a global team of scientists to reconstruct the creature's three-dimensional genome for the first time.
english.elpais.com
1 day ago
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Revolutionary technique reconstructs the 3D genome of the woolly mammoth, bringing de-extinction one step closer

For most people, traveling through Siberia in search of monstrous prehistoric creatures that have emerged from the depths thanks to melting ice would be considered an exceptional adventure.
www.scientificamerican.com
1 day ago
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This Equation Shows That the Universe Will Run out of Stars

What makes the dark universe brighterat least in certain placesis the light of the stars.
But they were not present from the beginning.
www.npr.org
1 day ago
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A 3D reconstruction of the woolly mammoth genome might help revive the extinct species

Scientists have recreated the three-dimensional structure of the woolly mammoth's genetic blueprint.
www.nytimes.com
1 day ago
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Thermonuclear Blasts and New Species: Inside Elon Musk's Plan to Colonize Mars

For more than two decades, Elon Musk has focused SpaceX, his rocket company, on his lifelong goal of reaching Mars.
Over the last year, he has also ramped up work on what will happen if he gets there.
Business Insider
1 day ago
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NASA says it has no plans right now to use SpaceX to rescue two stranded astronauts

NASA says there are no plans to send a SpaceX Dragon to rescue two astronauts stranded on the ISS.
The Verge
1 day ago
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This climate tech startup wants to capture carbon and help data centers cool down

A startup that spun out of Google's 'moonshot factory' X now has a deal to capture carbon dioxide for Alphabet and other Big Tech companies.
www.npr.org
1 day ago
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'Planet Money': Do immigrants really take jobs and lower wages?

The Planet Money team looks to the economic research for an answer.
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
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Mulleted mammoth called Chris Waddle helps scientists crack creatures' genetic code

Researchers have reconstructed the genetic code of the woolly mammoth in unprecedented detail after discovering fossilised chromosomes in the skin of a 52,000-year-old carcass preserved in the Siberian permafrost.
Ars Technica
1 day ago
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Frozen mammoth skin retained its chromosome structure

One of the challenges of working with ancient DNA samples is that damage accumulates over time, breaking up the structure of the double helix into ever smaller fragments.
TESLARATI
2 days ago
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Elon Musk reveals SpaceX Starship IFT-5 date

SpaceX's next Starship test flight is coming soon, CEO Elon Musk confirmed recently.
ABC7 San Francisco
1 day ago
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Astronauts confident Boeing Starliner capsule can safely return them to Earth, despite failures

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- Two astronauts who should have been back on Earth weeks ago said Wednesday that they're confident that Boeing's space capsule can return them safely, despite a string of vexing breakdowns.
Mail Online
1 day ago
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Scientists reconstruct chromosomes of a 52,000-year-old woolly mammoth

An unusually well-preserved specimen was excavated in Siberia in 2018 Scientists have assembled a reconstruction of the extinct species' chromosomes
Fast Company
1 day ago
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Astronauts stuck in space in Boeing's Starliner are confident they'll return home despite mishaps

Two astronauts who should have been back on Earth weeks ago said Wednesday that they're confident that Boeing's space capsule can return them safely, despite a string of vexing breakdowns.
News Center
1 day ago
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Understanding the Role of RNA Methylation in Cancer - News Center

RNA modification could serve as a therapeutic target for certain types of cancer, according to a new study published in Molecular Cell, which sheds new light on the complex process underlying RNA transcription.
www.nature.com
2 days ago
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A light-touch approach to intracellular delivery

Trince's LumiPore device allows a mix of cells, and the molecules to go inside them, to be targeted with a laser.Credit: www.fuxfotografie.be Kevin Braeckmans has always been fascinated by light.
Ars Technica
1 day ago
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Giant salamander species found in what was thought to be an icy ecosystem

Gaiasia jennyae, a newly discovered freshwater apex predator with a body length reaching 4.5 meters, lurked in the swamps and lakes around 280 million years ago.
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
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A child's-eye view of the universe: Curiosmos makes space simulation fun

Meteors hurtling at planet-decimating speeds, luminous balls of hot gas, black holes from which not even light can escape: outer space can fuel nightmares, yet for Celine Veltman, a 28-year-old Dutch game-maker who spent her childhood stargazing, it is the stuff of dreams.
Futurism
1 day ago
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Stranded Starliner Spacecraft's Thrusters Have Been Overheating, NASA Admits

Thrust of the Matter
Futurism
1 day ago
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NASA Says If Necessary, SpaceX Could Come Rescue the Astronauts Stranded by Boeing

Despite being stranded on board the International Space Station, the crew of Boeing's plagued Starliner are still in good spirits.
Inverse
1 day ago
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This Newly Discovered Hormone Disrupts What We Know About Women's Bone Health

Something puzzling happens when humans lactate.Milk production requires boatloads of calcium, which the body pulls from bones.Typically, this would cause significant bone loss.
Fortune
1 day ago
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Elon Musk, father of 12, volunteers his own sperm to seed a colony on Mars

Elon Musk has devoted hundreds of hours and millions of dollars to his obsession with colonizing Mars.
Business Insider
1 day ago
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A NASA astronaut stuck indefinitely in space due to Boeing's Starliner delays has a 'good feeling' she'll get home safe, but for now she's just floating around

The two NASA astronauts stuck on the ISS remain cheery despite not having a return date yet."I have a real good feeling in my heart that the spacecraft will bring us home," Suni Williams said.
Ars Technica
2 days ago
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NASA update on Starliner thruster issues: This is fine

Before clearing Boeing's Starliner crew capsule to depart the International Space Station and head for Earth, NASA managers want to ensure the spacecraft's problematic control thrusters can help guide the ship's two-person crew home.
TechCrunch
1 day ago
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Alpine Space Ventures close first fund to grow the space economy on both sides of the pond | TechCrunch

When early SpaceX engineer Bulent Altan and long-time investor Joran Voelklein surveyed the European space sector at the end of the 2010s, they were surprised: it looked a whole lot like the beginnings of American NewSpace in the early 2000s, when SpaceX and other companies were just setting up shop.
Nature
2 days ago
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Author Correction: Nano-achiral complex composites for extreme polarization optics - Nature

Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA Jun Lu, Wenbing Wu, Kody Whisnant, Xiaoyang Zhong, Wonjin Choi, Joerg Lahann & Nicholas A. Kotov
Fast Company
1 day ago
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Fitness tracker sales soared for years without boosting physical activity, analysis shows

Worldwide sales of fitness trackers increased from $14 billion in 2017 to over $36 billion in 2020.
Axios
1 day ago
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Hydrogen could power the next-gen aircraft of tomorrow

Driving the news: Joby successfully flew a 523-mile demonstration flight using a first-of-its-kind hydrogen-electric air taxi, it said today.
Engadget
1 day ago
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Joby Aviation says it completed a 523-mile test flight of a hydrogen-powered air taxi

Joby Aviation says a hydrogen-powered version of its electric vertical takeoff and landing ( eVTOL) aircraft successfully completed a 523-mile test flight.
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
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Frog saunas' could save species from deadly fungal disease, study finds

A sauna treatment for frogs has been used by researchers in Australia to successfully fight a deadly fungal disease that has devastated amphibians around the world, according to a new study.
ScienceDaily
1 day ago
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How risk-averse are humans when interacting with robots?

How do people like to interact with robots when navigating a crowded environment?And what algorithms should roboticists use to program robots to interact with humans?
Nature
4 days ago
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Daily briefing: Zircons rewrite history of plate tectonics

Unbelievably ancient crystals suggest plate tectonics started earlier than we thought.
www.npr.org
1 day ago
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'We're screaming into the void.' Across the U.S., heat keeps breaking records

When Joe Pascale moved to the desert city of Palm Springs, Calif., about 17 years ago it was hot, but in the mornings and evenings there was a break from the heat.
Nature
2 days ago
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De novo variants in the RNU4-2 snRNA cause a frequent neurodevelopmental syndrome - Nature

Author notes
These authors contributed equally: Ruebena Dawes, Hyung Chul Kim, Alicia Ljungdahl, Sarah L. Stenton, Susan Walker
Inverse
1 day ago
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Failed Thrusters, Helium Leaks, and a Hard Deadline: Inside NASA's Decision to Keep Boeing's Starliner At the ISS

The Starliner crew is on the International Space Station for the long haul, according to NASA in a press conference today.
www.nature.com
2 days ago
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Blowout! Satellites reveal one of the largest methane leaks on record

An oil pump in Kazakhstan.
A leak from one of the nation's oil wells billowed methane for more than six months.
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
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Neolithic population collapse may have been caused by plague, researchers say

A devastating population collapse that decimated stone age farming communities across northern Europe 5,000 years ago may have been driven by an outbreak of the plague, according to research.
Nature
2 days ago
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Author Correction: A new antibiotic traps lipopolysaccharide in its intermembrane transporter - Nature

Author notes
These authors contributed equally: Karanbir S. Pahil, Morgan S. A. Gilman
Theregister
2 days ago
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HD 189733 b boasts glass rain, supersonic winds, egg smell

At the time of year when thoughts naturally turn to a much-earned vacation, news arrives of a planet with temperatures of 920°C (1,688°F), raining glass blown horizontal by 5,000 mph (8,047 kph) winds, and the constant smell of rotten eggs.
Futurism
2 days ago
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NASA Investigating Mysterious Radio Signals From the Sun

The Sun's surface semi-regularly erupts in spectacular events like coronal mass ejections (CMEs) and solar flares that awe us with their displays of power.
www.npr.org
2 days ago
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Astronomers spot a mysterious black hole nestled in a cluster of stars

Astronomers have used the Hubble Space Telescope to find evidence of an elusive kind of black hole, one that's about 8,000 times more massive than our sun.
Mail Online
2 days ago
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Huge black hole 8,200 times the size of the Sun is discovered

Researchers have discovered a massive black hole just 18,000 light years away This 'intermediate' object could be the missing link in black holes' evolution
New York Post
2 days ago
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Exoplanet is first detected with potentially life-supporting atmosphere: NASA

The James Webb Space Telescope has detected what could be distinct signs of life on a "potentially habitable" world nearly 50 million lightyears away.
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