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International Observe the Moon Night 2020
Niska Officiel
Sep 27, 2020 00:56 UTC. Read More

Understanding Our Place in the Universe: Math Professor Verifies Centuries-Old Conjecture About Formation of the Solar System
SciTechDaily
Sep 27, 2020 00:26 UTC. Read More

A Physicist Has Come Up With Math That Makes 'Paradox-Free' Time Travel Plausible
ScienceAlert
Sep 26, 2020 23:33 UTC. Read More

We Finally Know How Much Radiation There Is on The Moon, And It's Not Great News
ScienceAlert
Sep 26, 2020 23:20 UTC. Read More

SpaceX's reused rockets will carry national security payloads for the first time
Engadget
Sep 26, 2020 22:01 UTC. Read More

Wild Animals Lose Fear of Predators Quickly After They Start Encountering Humans
SciTechDaily
Sep 26, 2020 21:56 UTC. Read More

NASA astronaut plans to cast her ballot from space station
NBC News
Sep 26, 2020 20:00 UTC. Read More

SpaceX scales back plans for Starship's first high-altitude flight
Yahoo Finance
Sep 26, 2020 18:22 UTC. Read More

Watch SpaceX fire up Starship's furious new Raptor Vacuum engine
CNET
Sep 26, 2020 17:46 UTC. Read More

ULA again delays Delta IV Heavy launch due to hardware issues at Cape Canaveral
Florida Today
Sep 26, 2020 17:19 UTC. Read More

SpaceX’s Multimillion Dollar NASA Contract To Let Agency Study Dangerous Solar Radiation
Wccftech
Sep 26, 2020 16:22 UTC. Read More

There's no speed limit in a superfluid universe. Now we know why.
Livescience.com
Sep 26, 2020 14:52 UTC. Read More

Are some black holes wormholes in disguise? Gamma-ray blasts may shed clues.
Livescience.com
Sep 26, 2020 14:22 UTC. Read More

NASA astronaut makes plans to cast her ballot from space station
AOL
Sep 26, 2020 13:16 UTC. Read More

You can watch a US spy satellite launch on a giant Delta IV Heavy rocket overnight tonight. Here's how.
Space.com
Sep 26, 2020 11:31 UTC. Read More

Huge Haul of Dinosaur Teeth Reveal The Spinosaurus Really Was a River Monster
ScienceAlert
Sep 26, 2020 11:14 UTC. Read More

Event Horizon Telescope Reveals Turbulent Black Hole Evolution: Wobbling Shadow of the M87 Black Hole
SciTechDaily
Sep 26, 2020 11:03 UTC. Read More

The Latest Flyby of Jupiter Has Offered Some of The Most Marvellous Views Yet
ScienceAlert
Sep 26, 2020 10:59 UTC. Read More

NASA astronaut plans to cast her ballot from space station
Associated Press
Sep 26, 2020 02:28 UTC. Read More

NASA Awards SpaceX a $109.4 Million Interstellar Mapping Contract
The Motley Fool
Sep 26, 2020 01:53 UTC. Read More

Study Reveals Sapiens Copulated the Y Out of Neanderthals
Ancient Origins
Sep 25, 2020 23:46 UTC. Read More

See a 360 Degree Juno-Eye View of Jupiter During an Io Eclipse
Universe Today
Sep 25, 2020 23:40 UTC. Read More

Meteor that skimmed Earth may have brought life to Venus, study says
Daily Mail
Sep 25, 2020 22:44 UTC. Read More

Space Force OKs used SpaceX rockets for upcoming GPS satellite launches
Space.com
Sep 25, 2020 22:26 UTC. Read More

There's No Speed Limit in a Superfluid Universe. Now We Know Why
ScienceAlert
Sep 25, 2020 22:26 UTC. Read More

The Great Conjunction of 2020: Jupiter and Saturn sky show this fall
Minnesota Public Radio News
Sep 25, 2020 22:22 UTC. Read More

International Observe the Moon Night Sept. 26 2020
Niska Officiel
Sep 25, 2020 21:14 UTC. Read More

NASA commissions report to show its economic impact: $64B and 312K jobs
TechCrunch
Sep 25, 2020 21:01 UTC. Read More

Bird genes are multitaskers, say scientists
Phys.Org
Sep 25, 2020 20:59 UTC. Read More

Space Force: Weather OK for SpaceX's Starlink launch from Kennedy Space Center
Florida Today
Sep 25, 2020 20:53 UTC. Read More

Watch SpaceX fire up its furious new Raptor Vacuum engine
CNET
Sep 25, 2020 20:47 UTC. Read More

Watch SpaceX fire up its furious new Raptor Vacuum engine
CNET
Sep 25, 2020 20:46 UTC. Read More

NASA’s Artemis program wants to put astronauts back on the moon by 2024. But new research shows they’ll have
OregonLive
Sep 25, 2020 20:32 UTC. Read More

NASA delays Dragonfly launch by a year
SpaceNews
Sep 25, 2020 20:29 UTC. Read More

Awards Launch Services Contract for IMAP Mission
Nasa.gov
Sep 25, 2020 20:21 UTC. Read More

SpaceX fires up in-space version of Starship's Raptor engine for 1st time (video)
Space.com
Sep 25, 2020 20:11 UTC. Read More

Paradox-Free Time Travel is Mathematically Possible: Study Physics
Sci-News.com
Sep 25, 2020 19:33 UTC. Read More

Researchers help develop sustainable polymers
Phys.Org
Sep 25, 2020 19:19 UTC. Read More

The first black hole ever photographed now appears to be "wobbling"
CBS News
Sep 25, 2020 18:40 UTC. Read More

Birds in San Francisco started singing differently in the silence of the pandemic shutdown
CNN
Sep 25, 2020 18:30 UTC. Read More

Mold that led to penicillin discovery revived to fight superbugs
Livescience.com
Sep 25, 2020 18:08 UTC. Read More

A meteor shower, two full moons and more to see in October's sky
WUSA9.com
Sep 25, 2020 18:04 UTC. Read More

Moon safe for long-term human exploration, first surface radiation measurements show
Science Magazine
Sep 25, 2020 18:00 UTC. Read More

Back to Venus: Upstart company wants to beat NASA in search for life
Phys.Org
Sep 25, 2020 17:57 UTC. Read More

Scientists Claim to Have Proved That Crows Have Conscious Experiences
Futurism
Sep 25, 2020 17:48 UTC. Read More

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