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Alien planets in deep space could be made of diamonds, researchers suggest
Fox News
Sep 20, 2020 12:51 UTC. Read More

“Out of the Blue” – Evidence That Sea Ice Triggered the Little Ice Age
SciTechDaily
Sep 20, 2020 10:37 UTC. Read More

NASA Technology Enables Precision Landing and Hazard-Avoidance Without a Pilot
SciTechDaily
Sep 20, 2020 01:37 UTC. Read More

Physicists May Have The First Experimental Evidence of a New Type of Dark Boson
ScienceAlert
Sep 20, 2020 00:39 UTC. Read More

Aluminum “Octopods” – Shape Matters for Light-Activated Nanocatalysts
SciTechDaily
Sep 20, 2020 00:27 UTC. Read More

Prospect of life on Venus propels interest in robotic missions
The Washington Post
Sep 19, 2020 21:02 UTC. Read More

First Possible "Survivor" Planet Discovered by NASA Next to a Stellar Cinder
SciTechDaily
Sep 19, 2020 18:31 UTC. Read More

NASA keeps astronaut selection for bold new missions shrouded in mystery
Fox News
Sep 19, 2020 17:49 UTC. Read More

Researchers Discover Nanoscale Catalyst to Efficiently Convert CO2 Into Ethylene
SciTechDaily
Sep 19, 2020 17:28 UTC. Read More

Asteroid news: NASA tracking DOUBLE space rock on near-Earth approach
Express
Sep 19, 2020 17:19 UTC. Read More

Two asteroids set to cross Earth’s orbit just hours apart as another Great Pyramid-sized space rock barrels our way
RT
Sep 19, 2020 17:15 UTC. Read More

“Galaxy-Sized Big Bang” –Largest Black Holes in Observable Universe May Be Source of Dark Matter (Weekend Feat
The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel
Sep 19, 2020 16:32 UTC. Read More

The tipping points at the heart of the climate crisis
The Guardian
Sep 19, 2020 16:00 UTC. Read More

Cool new Hubble portrait of Jupiter’s storms
EarthSky
Sep 19, 2020 14:50 UTC. Read More

Russia's top space official tried to claim that the planet Venus belongs to the Kremlin
Business Insider
Sep 19, 2020 13:22 UTC. Read More

Weekend Round-Up: Made In Portugal, Electric Bikes, And The Venusian Atmosphere
HODINKEE
Sep 19, 2020 12:59 UTC. Read More

The world's first reality show in space plans to send one winner on a 10-day trip to the space station, filming the whole time
msnNOW
Sep 19, 2020 12:47 UTC. Read More

The world's first reality show in space plans to send one winner on a 10-day trip to the space station, filming the whole time
msnNOW
Sep 19, 2020 12:46 UTC. Read More

After a tantalizing discovery at Venus, what could an astrobiology mission look like?
Space.com
Sep 19, 2020 11:32 UTC. Read More

NASA video: Mysterious 'space orb following' ISS sends UFO enthusiasts wild
Express
Sep 19, 2020 11:07 UTC. Read More

NASA captures UFO sighting: Mysterious space orb 'following' ISS spotted on live stream
Express
Sep 19, 2020 11:07 UTC. Read More

Why is space a vacuum?
Livescience.com
Sep 19, 2020 11:00 UTC. Read More

Closing In on Source of Fast Radio Bursts: VLBA Makes First Direct Distance Measurement to Magnetar
SciTechDaily
Sep 19, 2020 10:32 UTC. Read More

Infrared eyes on Enceladus: Hints of fresh ice in northern hemisphere
Phys.Org
Sep 19, 2020 09:54 UTC. Read More

Pointed tips on aluminum 'octopods' increase catalytic reactivity
Phys.Org
Sep 19, 2020 09:24 UTC. Read More

Venus is a Russian planet say the Russians
msnNOW
Sep 19, 2020 04:47 UTC. Read More

Venus belongs to Russia, claims cosmonaut corporation director
msnNOW
Sep 19, 2020 00:13 UTC. Read More

Satellite images show what happens when wildfire smoke meets hurricanes
The Mercury News
Sep 18, 2020 23:43 UTC. Read More

Invites Media to Launch of Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich Satellite
NASA Planetary Science
Sep 18, 2020 22:13 UTC. Read More

Jupiter looms large in spectacular Hubble image –
Spaceflight Now
Sep 18, 2020 21:43 UTC. Read More

An Iceberg Might NOT Have Sunk the Titanic After All, a New Study Finds
Yahoo Finance
Sep 18, 2020 19:56 UTC. Read More

Jupiter's Great Red Spot stars in gorgeous new Hubble telescope view
CNET
Sep 18, 2020 19:35 UTC. Read More

Scientists discovered phosphine gas, a sign of life, on Venus. What might life look like there?
Vox.com
Sep 18, 2020 19:30 UTC. Read More

Brain-scanning backpack brings neuroscience into the real world
Science Magazine
Sep 18, 2020 18:40 UTC. Read More

Could a Black Hole Defy the Laws of Physics?
Our Community Now at Maryland
Sep 18, 2020 18:37 UTC. Read More

Next SpaceX launch will wait for improved ocean conditions
Spaceflight Now
Sep 18, 2020 18:10 UTC. Read More

Estée Lauder to film ad campaign from space, NASA confirms
New York Post
Sep 18, 2020 18:08 UTC. Read More

Estée Lauder is sending products into space, NASA confirms
New York Post
Sep 18, 2020 18:08 UTC. Read More

Transcriptomic and clonal characterization of T cells in the human central nervous system
Science
Sep 18, 2020 17:50 UTC. Read More

The rarity of 2020’s Halloween full moon
Deseret News
Sep 18, 2020 17:39 UTC. Read More

Scientists find 'secret molecule' that allows bacteria to exhale electricity
Livescience.com
Sep 18, 2020 17:38 UTC. Read More

The 1st Artemis astronauts on the moon may not visit the lunar south pole after all, NASA says
Space.com
Sep 18, 2020 17:36 UTC. Read More

Venus is a Russian planet say the Russians
CNN
Sep 18, 2020 17:11 UTC. Read More

Students team up with NASA to tests tools for Artemis
NASASpaceflight.com
Sep 18, 2020 17:00 UTC. Read More

Astronauts to film Estée Lauder skincare serum on International Space Station: report
Space.com
Sep 18, 2020 16:44 UTC. Read More

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