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SpaceX successfully flies its Starship prototype to a height of around 500 feet
TechCrunch
Aug 05, 2020 00:00 UTC. Read More

'It sounds like an animal': NASA astronauts describe the Crew Dragon re-entry experience
Space.com
Aug 04, 2020 22:58 UTC. Read More

Tracking California’s Sinking Coast From Space: San Francisco, Monterey Bay, Los Angeles, and San Diego Majorly Affected
SciTechDaily
Aug 04, 2020 20:37 UTC. Read More

Scientists propose a novel method for controlling fusion reactions
Phys.Org
Aug 04, 2020 20:24 UTC. Read More

Surprisingly dense exoplanet challenges planet formation theories
Phys.Org
Aug 04, 2020 20:17 UTC. Read More

It's a bird! It's a dinosaur! No, apparently it's a lizard, as study authors issue retraction
USA TODAY
Aug 04, 2020 20:06 UTC. Read More

Professor's milestone in nuclear physics seeks to understand the universe itself
Phys.Org
Aug 04, 2020 18:29 UTC. Read More

Long-Standing Tension in the Standard Model of Particle Physics Addressed by ATLAS Experiment at CERN
SciTechDaily
Aug 04, 2020 17:26 UTC. Read More

Ancient Mars May Have Been Less Wet Than We Thought
Gizmodo
Aug 04, 2020 17:07 UTC. Read More

PredaSAR may launch 48 satellites with SpaceX, exec says
SpaceNews
Aug 04, 2020 16:10 UTC. Read More

NOAA Satellite Watches Smoke From Apple Fire Spread – Driven by High Temperatures, Strong Winds
SciTechDaily
Aug 04, 2020 16:06 UTC. Read More

The best place to see stars from Earth also happens to be the coldest place on the planet
Space.com
Aug 04, 2020 15:37 UTC. Read More

The correct way to make tea? Science weighs in on microwaving vs. kettle
CNN
Aug 04, 2020 15:10 UTC. Read More

Lasers in daylight can better detect space debris orbiting Earth, new study suggests
CNN
Aug 04, 2020 15:00 UTC. Read More

Because the Universe isn't weird enough: Black hole planets may exist.
SYFY WIRE
Aug 04, 2020 12:59 UTC. Read More

Outbursts from a Double Star System
NASA Planetary Science
Aug 04, 2020 12:50 UTC. Read More

Massive, prehistoric owl with 'hunting feet' discovered
Fox News
Aug 04, 2020 12:29 UTC. Read More

'Space dad' jokes: NASA astronauts made prank calls after historic SpaceX splashdown
Space.com
Aug 04, 2020 11:37 UTC. Read More

Astronomers spot glowing 'butterfly' in deep space
Fox News
Aug 04, 2020 11:15 UTC. Read More

Drone captures massive whale and calf swimming with surfers
msnNOW
Aug 04, 2020 08:58 UTC. Read More

SpaceX Starship hop debut aborted at the last second by Raptor engine
Teslarati
Aug 04, 2020 07:03 UTC. Read More

Astronomers May Have Found a Lost Neutron Star That's Been Missing For Decades
ScienceAlert
Aug 04, 2020 06:01 UTC. Read More

The 5 Possibilities For Life On Mars
Forbes
Aug 04, 2020 05:59 UTC. Read More

Two schoolgirls spotted an asteroid headed straight for Earth
BGR
Aug 04, 2020 03:10 UTC. Read More

Starship SN5 scrubs attempt a 150-meter flight test
NASASpaceflight.com
Aug 04, 2020 01:52 UTC. Read More

A Grim Prediction Gave These Ice Caps 5 Years. They Didn't Even Last That Long
ScienceAlert
Aug 04, 2020 01:49 UTC. Read More

Perseid Meteor Shower peaks this week. Here are some tips and tricks
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Aug 04, 2020 01:41 UTC. Read More

New SpaceX Starship fails to fire; next launch attempt on Tuesday
CNET
Aug 04, 2020 01:06 UTC. Read More

SpaceX Crew Dragon splashdown: See NASA astronauts return to Earth
CNET
Aug 04, 2020 00:15 UTC. Read More

We Have Ploonets. We Have Moonmoons. Now Hold Onto Your Hats For... Blanets
ScienceAlert
Aug 03, 2020 23:08 UTC. Read More

Katie Mack: 'Knowing how the universe will end is freeing'
BBC News
Aug 03, 2020 23:08 UTC. Read More

Doctors diagnose advanced cancer—in a dinosaur
Science Magazine
Aug 03, 2020 22:39 UTC. Read More

Malignant cancer diagnosed in a dinosaur for the first time
Phys.Org
Aug 03, 2020 22:30 UTC. Read More

Dinosaur diagnosed with cancer that afflicts humans today
CNN
Aug 03, 2020 22:30 UTC. Read More

After private boaters beeline for SpaceX spacecraft landing site, NASA says more resources neede...
League of Legends
Aug 03, 2020 22:09 UTC. Read More

Tonight offers best chance of spotting space station in night sky
PennLive
Aug 03, 2020 21:55 UTC. Read More

How one Black-owned business was affected by BLM protests : The Indicator from Planet Money
NPR
Aug 03, 2020 21:53 UTC. Read More

NASA is on an epic roll. But can it keep the momentum going?
The Washington Post
Aug 03, 2020 21:37 UTC. Read More

Two Canadian ice caps have completely vanished from the Arctic, NASA imagery shows
Livescience.com
Aug 03, 2020 21:01 UTC. Read More

Humans and flies employ very similar mechanisms for brain development and function
Phys.Org
Aug 03, 2020 20:34 UTC. Read More

Scientists: 'Smallest Dinosaur' Wasn't Really a Dinosaur
Newser
Aug 03, 2020 20:28 UTC. Read More

Meet the 'badass' NASA astronauts who flew SpaceX's Crew Dragon ship
Business Insider
Aug 03, 2020 20:21 UTC. Read More

This Galaxy Cluster Is Spewing a Surplus of Stars Because of a Lazy Black Hole
Futurism
Aug 03, 2020 20:13 UTC. Read More

Hydrogel paves way for biomedical breakthrough
Phys.Org
Aug 03, 2020 19:59 UTC. Read More

On Mars, massive ice sheets — not rivers — may have carved ancient valleys
Space.com
Aug 03, 2020 19:44 UTC. Read More

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