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After lengthy delays, ULA's most powerful rocket poised to launch classified spy satellite
The Verge
Oct 01, 2020 03:26 UTC. Read More

Mobile gantry wheeled away from Delta 4-Heavy rocket at Cape Canaveral
Spaceflight Now
Oct 01, 2020 00:44 UTC. Read More

The First Dinosaur Feather Ever Found Is Still Controversial
Gizmodo
Sep 30, 2020 20:45 UTC. Read More

Did NASA detect a hint of life on Venus in 1978 and not realize it?
Livescience.com
Sep 30, 2020 20:13 UTC. Read More

How to see the full moons on Oct. 1 and Halloween
Livescience.com
Sep 30, 2020 19:54 UTC. Read More

NASA launch may be visible along much of the East Coast
New York Post
Sep 30, 2020 18:42 UTC. Read More

Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity Come Together: Astrophysicists Observe Long-Theorized Quantum Phenomena
SciTechDaily
Sep 30, 2020 17:32 UTC. Read More

Stellar explosion in Earth's proximity
Phys.Org
Sep 30, 2020 16:59 UTC. Read More

US military eyes nuclear thermal rocket for missions in Earth-moon space
Space.com
Sep 30, 2020 16:38 UTC. Read More

NASA astronaut, Russian cosmonauts woken to find space station leak
Fox News
Sep 30, 2020 16:25 UTC. Read More

Greenland's ice melting faster than at any time in past 12,000 years
The Guardian
Sep 30, 2020 15:57 UTC. Read More

A hypothalamic novelty signal modulates hippocampal memory
Nature.com
Sep 30, 2020 15:12 UTC. Read More

Scientists capture candid snapshots of electrons harvesting light at the atomic scale
Phys.Org
Sep 30, 2020 15:04 UTC. Read More

Experts: Flash in dark sky of Western Pa., Ohio was probably a random meteor
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Sep 30, 2020 14:41 UTC. Read More

Flash in dark sky was probably random meteor, expert says
WTAE Pittsburgh
Sep 30, 2020 14:31 UTC. Read More

A NASA rocket launch will be visible along the East Coast on Oct. 1. When to watch.
lehighvalleylive.com
Sep 30, 2020 14:26 UTC. Read More

We might have a new mini-moon soon
Phys.Org
Sep 30, 2020 14:14 UTC. Read More

Delta IV Heavy rocket delayed again, raising concerns of aging infrastructure
Ars Technica
Sep 30, 2020 13:55 UTC. Read More

Ancient underground lakes discovered on Mars
CNET
Sep 30, 2020 13:27 UTC. Read More

What's the matter with the Universe? About 31%.
SYFY WIRE
Sep 30, 2020 12:59 UTC. Read More

The Arctic hasn't been this warm for 3 million years – and that foreshadows big changes for the rest of the planet
The Conversation AU
Sep 30, 2020 12:26 UTC. Read More

Fast-rotating stars at the centre of the Milky Way could have migrated from the outskirts of the galaxy
Phys.Org
Sep 30, 2020 11:47 UTC. Read More

Venus might be habitable today, if not for Jupiter
Phys.Org
Sep 30, 2020 11:12 UTC. Read More

Astronauts home in on International Space Station air leak
CNN
Sep 30, 2020 10:53 UTC. Read More

Have dark bosons been spotted in ytterbium isotopes? – Physics World
physicsworld.com
Sep 30, 2020 10:47 UTC. Read More

Failed brain surgery and possible human sacrifice revealed in Stone Age burial
Livescience.com
Sep 30, 2020 10:30 UTC. Read More

SpaceX adds mystery Falcon 9 launch to packed October manifest
Teslarati
Sep 30, 2020 09:22 UTC. Read More

Scientists just created an enzyme that rapidly breaks down plastic pollution
Upworthy.com
Sep 30, 2020 06:14 UTC. Read More

New Study of Neanderthal And Denisovan DNA Reveals a Surprising Link to Men Today
ScienceAlert
Sep 30, 2020 05:52 UTC. Read More

Near-blind Ansell's mole-rats detect magnetic cues with eyes, study shows
The Guardian
Sep 30, 2020 03:36 UTC. Read More

Astronomers Just Revealed One of The Most Extreme Planets Ever Discovered
ScienceAlert
Sep 30, 2020 01:43 UTC. Read More

SpaceX found surprising heat-shield wear after NASA astronaut mission
Business Insider
Sep 30, 2020 01:07 UTC. Read More

Mutations that affect aging: More common than we thought?
Phys.Org
Sep 29, 2020 23:59 UTC. Read More

3 more ancient underground lakes of liquid water discovered on Mars, raising possibility of life
CBS News
Sep 29, 2020 23:54 UTC. Read More

Planet collision simulations give clues to atmospheric loss from moon's origin
Phys.Org
Sep 29, 2020 23:17 UTC. Read More

The Ocean Is Becoming More Stable, And The Consequences May Be Dire, Scientists Warn
ScienceAlert
Sep 29, 2020 23:04 UTC. Read More

Largest Extraterrestrial Diamonds Ever Discovered: Cosmic Diamonds Formed During Gigantic Planetary Collisions
SciTechDaily
Sep 29, 2020 21:53 UTC. Read More

SpaceX Is Providing Satellite Internet Service to Towns Hit by Wildfires
PC Magazine
Sep 29, 2020 21:22 UTC. Read More

NASA finally tracks down air leak on ISS, but it's not fixed yet
CNET
Sep 29, 2020 21:01 UTC. Read More

SpaceX's next astronaut mission for NASA has been pushed back to Halloween
Business Insider
Sep 29, 2020 20:55 UTC. Read More

Scientists Created a 'Super Enzyme' That Eats Plastic Bottles
Theinertia.com
Sep 29, 2020 20:34 UTC. Read More

Snakes disembowel toads and feast on the living animal's organs one by one
Livescience.com
Sep 29, 2020 19:55 UTC. Read More

Scientists Reveal More About Volcanic Eruption That Rocked the Ancient Maya
Gizmodo
Sep 29, 2020 19:55 UTC. Read More

How SpaceX brought internet back to Washington town devastated by fires
MyNorthwest.com
Sep 29, 2020 18:57 UTC. Read More

MIT Researchers Say Their Fusion Reactor Is “Very Likely to Work”
Futurism
Sep 29, 2020 18:33 UTC. Read More

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