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NASA confirms OSIRIS-REx has secured its asteroid sample
Engadget
Oct 29, 2020 23:23 UTC. Read More

Scientists discover a 'rogue' planet cruising through the Milky Way
New York Post
Oct 29, 2020 21:42 UTC. Read More

Ancient skull a new window on human migrations, Denisovan meetings
Ars Technica
Oct 29, 2020 21:33 UTC. Read More

Rare full moon on Halloween will be seen across the US for the first time in 76 years
Livescience.com
Oct 29, 2020 19:10 UTC. Read More

How many habitable planets are out there?
Phys.Org
Oct 29, 2020 18:53 UTC. Read More

Automating Robotics: CSA preparing for future with Canadarm2/Dextre
NASASpaceflight.com
Oct 29, 2020 18:48 UTC. Read More

With SpaceX rocket issue sorted, NASA ready to send four astronauts to ISS
CNET
Oct 29, 2020 18:47 UTC. Read More

Citizen astronomers reshape asteroids from their backyard
Phys.Org
Oct 29, 2020 18:44 UTC. Read More

NASA's New Discovery Could Spark A Moon Mining Frenzy
OilPrice.com
Oct 29, 2020 18:30 UTC. Read More

Study of ancient dog DNA traces canine diversity to the Ice Age
Phys.Org
Oct 29, 2020 18:13 UTC. Read More

He Used to Latch onto Fad Diets. Then He Ran Off 245 Pounds
msnNOW
Oct 29, 2020 17:58 UTC. Read More

NASA: 'weird' molecule on Saturn's moon may point to alien life
Business Insider
Oct 29, 2020 16:52 UTC. Read More

This isn't your typical space rock: There's a metal asteroid out there worth $10,000 quadrillion
USA TODAY
Oct 29, 2020 16:18 UTC. Read More

A 300-Meter Long, Metal-Packed "Apophis" May Hit Earth in 48 Years
HYPEBEAST
Oct 29, 2020 16:10 UTC. Read More

“Stranger Than Fiction” –Weirdness of Milky Way’s Supermassive Black Hole
The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel
Oct 29, 2020 15:59 UTC. Read More

Where were Jupiter and Saturn born?
Phys.Org
Oct 29, 2020 15:51 UTC. Read More

Ogre-faced spiders have great hearing—without ears
National Geographic
Oct 29, 2020 14:59 UTC. Read More

Racist physicist sneers at Einstein and Jews in a 1927 anti-Semitic letter up for auction
Livescience.com
Oct 29, 2020 14:52 UTC. Read More

'Extraterrestrial organic compounds' found in 2018 Michigan 'fireball'
Fox News
Oct 29, 2020 14:34 UTC. Read More

Hubble Finds 'Greater Pumpkin' Galaxy Pair
NASA Planetary Science
Oct 29, 2020 14:34 UTC. Read More

NSW University of New England researchers discover opalised fossil dinosaur teeth at Lightning Ridge
Daily Mail
Oct 29, 2020 13:08 UTC. Read More

4.5-bil­lion-year-old ice on comet 'fluffi­er than cap­puc­ci­no froth'
Phys.Org
Oct 29, 2020 12:47 UTC. Read More

Monster bird fossils unearthed in Antarctica
Livescience.com
Oct 29, 2020 12:21 UTC. Read More

This weekend is nuts. Halloween, full moon, time change and just before the election. How do we cope?
CNN
Oct 29, 2020 10:40 UTC. Read More

Eve’s light strip is first to support HomeKit’s color-changing adaptive lighting
The Verge
Oct 29, 2020 09:23 UTC. Read More

SpaceX operational astronaut launch debut back on track after “nail polish” delay
Teslarati
Oct 29, 2020 08:59 UTC. Read More

Black hole 'family portrait' is most detailed to date
Phys.Org
Oct 29, 2020 08:33 UTC. Read More

SpaceX satellite internet launches and it'll cost you a pretty penny
Komando
Oct 29, 2020 08:30 UTC. Read More

Rocket Lab launches 10 imaging smallsats
SpaceNews
Oct 29, 2020 08:00 UTC. Read More

Australian scientists find huge new healthy coral reef off northern coast
Reuters
Oct 29, 2020 07:00 UTC. Read More

Scientists discover new section of Great Barrier Reef that's taller than the Empire State Building
Happy Mag
Oct 29, 2020 04:20 UTC. Read More

Australian discovery of gravitational waves opens up a 'whole new window to the universe'
League of Legends
Oct 29, 2020 02:48 UTC. Read More

Huge asteroid strike on Earth in 2068 is POSSIBLE, say scientists Apophis speeding up
Express
Oct 29, 2020 01:50 UTC. Read More

Asteroid News: Apophis headed towards Earth – astronomers predict EXTREME 2068 explosion
Express
Oct 29, 2020 01:49 UTC. Read More

Scientists Are Freaking Out Over The First-Ever Footage of This Bizarre Squid
ScienceAlert
Oct 29, 2020 00:41 UTC. Read More

The Shape of Greenland's Coast Is Rapidly Changing as It Loses Record Levels of Ice
ScienceAlert
Oct 29, 2020 00:36 UTC. Read More

The universe teems with weird black holes, gravitational-wave hunters find
Science Magazine
Oct 29, 2020 00:00 UTC. Read More

Newly discovered Triassic lizard could float underwater to pick off prey
CNN
Oct 28, 2020 23:59 UTC. Read More

SpaceX is replacing 2 rocket engines for its next astronaut launch for NASA
Space.com
Oct 28, 2020 23:23 UTC. Read More

Rocket Lab successfully launches satellites for Planet and Canon
Spaceflight Now
Oct 28, 2020 23:22 UTC. Read More

NASA’s Hubble Telescope Captures a Rare Metal Asteroid Worth 70,000 Times the Global Economy
Robb Report
Oct 28, 2020 23:12 UTC. Read More

Ancient marine predator had a built-in float
Phys.Org
Oct 28, 2020 22:59 UTC. Read More

International study uncovers secret surfing life of remoras hitchhiking on blue whales
Phys.Org
Oct 28, 2020 21:59 UTC. Read More

Rocket Lab launches 10 Earth-observation satellites into orbit
Space.com
Oct 28, 2020 21:37 UTC. Read More

Full moon on Halloween will be a rare ‘blue moon’
NJ.com
Oct 28, 2020 21:30 UTC. Read More

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