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Five years after New Horizons flyby, scientists assess next mission to Pluto | Black hole the size of a grapefruit lurking at the edges of our solar system 'could be Planet X' | The moon is younger than we thought

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Tiny Bubbles Make a Quantum Leap: Key Breakthrough to Quantum Technologies and Future Photonic Circuitry
SciTechDaily
Jul 15, 2020 04:51 UTC. Read More

Five years after New Horizons flyby, scientists assess next mission to Pluto
Spaceflight Now
Jul 15, 2020 04:21 UTC. Read More

Black hole the size of a grapefruit lurking at the edges of our solar system 'could be Planet X'
Firstpost
Jul 15, 2020 03:53 UTC. Read More

The moon is younger than we thought
CNET
Jul 15, 2020 02:31 UTC. Read More

These Giant Condors Can Fly For Hours Without Flapping Their Wings Even Once
ScienceAlert
Jul 15, 2020 02:30 UTC. Read More

'Partial supernova' blasts white dwarf star across the Milky Way
Space.com
Jul 15, 2020 01:04 UTC. Read More

NASA chief says Russia ties 'solid' as Moscow's space chief rejects U.S.-led moon program
Reuters
Jul 15, 2020 01:01 UTC. Read More

True colors: Scientists discuss evolution of white coloration of velvet ants
Phys.Org
Jul 15, 2020 01:00 UTC. Read More

Sky show: Perfect weather for seeing Comet Neowise this week
Minnesota Public Radio News
Jul 14, 2020 22:00 UTC. Read More

Finding additional days in a short, interplanetary launch window to Mars
NASASpaceflight.com
Jul 14, 2020 20:42 UTC. Read More

Electronic ‘tattoo’? Here’s how experts say paper, pencil could monitor your health
Kansas City Star
Jul 14, 2020 20:13 UTC. Read More

For chimpanzees, salt and pepper hair not a marker of old age
Phys.Org
Jul 14, 2020 20:02 UTC. Read More

SpaceX’s grand ambitions for space are hitting a key stumbling block
Inverse
Jul 14, 2020 20:00 UTC. Read More

Astronomers catch one of universe's most powerful explosions, 10 billion years later
CNET
Jul 14, 2020 19:49 UTC. Read More

A.I. system SPOCK determines which planets live or die
Inverse
Jul 14, 2020 19:47 UTC. Read More

Converting female mosquitoes to non-biting males with implications for mosquito control
Phys.Org
Jul 14, 2020 19:46 UTC. Read More

Physicists introduce novel mechanism for electron optics in solid state systems
Phys.Org
Jul 14, 2020 19:46 UTC. Read More

Origin of 'Mirach's Ghost' perplexes black hole scientists
Livescience.com
Jul 14, 2020 19:24 UTC. Read More

Astronomers Have Mapped Out an Enormous Structure in the Universe Called the South Pole Wall
Universe Today
Jul 14, 2020 19:14 UTC. Read More

Expedition 63 In flight with EAA Young Eagles NASA ARMD July 14, 2020
League of Legends
Jul 14, 2020 18:46 UTC. Read More

Stunning video from the International Space Station shows comet Neowise soaring past Earth
CBS News
Jul 14, 2020 17:53 UTC. Read More

Vision scientists discover why humans literally don't see eye to eye
Medical Xpress
Jul 14, 2020 17:20 UTC. Read More

Underused part of the electromagnetic spectrum gets optics boost from metamaterial
Phys.Org
Jul 14, 2020 17:20 UTC. Read More

Five Things to Know About UAE’s First Mission to Mars
Gizmodo
Jul 14, 2020 17:11 UTC. Read More

1.4-Million-Year-Old Handaxe Unearthed in Ethiopia Archaeology, Paleoanthropology
Sci-News.com
Jul 14, 2020 16:12 UTC. Read More

NASA's Ingenuity Mars Helicopter: Attempting the First Powered Flight on Mars
League of Legends
Jul 14, 2020 15:53 UTC. Read More

The moon is a lot younger than initially believed, new study says
Fox News
Jul 14, 2020 15:41 UTC. Read More

Five Years after New Horizons' Historic Flyby, Here Are 10 Cool Things We Learned About Pluto
NASA Planetary Science
Jul 14, 2020 15:31 UTC. Read More

Great White Shark Filmed Drowning Whale in First Known Attack of Its Kind
Newsweek
Jul 14, 2020 15:31 UTC. Read More

How to photograph, or just see, Comet Neowise before it vanishes for 6,800 years
cleveland.com
Jul 14, 2020 15:26 UTC. Read More

Telomere-to-telomere assembly of a complete human X chromosome
Nature.com
Jul 14, 2020 15:05 UTC. Read More

Telomere-to-telomere assembly of a complete human X chromosome
Nature.com
Jul 14, 2020 15:05 UTC. Read More

Astronomers witness 'teenage' years of our universe in explosion
CNN
Jul 14, 2020 15:01 UTC. Read More

Dark matter astonishment: Scientist announces new Moon core theory– 'Newton's out-of-date'
Express
Jul 14, 2020 14:44 UTC. Read More

'Geyser' aurora and 'cosmic bat' nebula shortlisted for astronomy photo prize
Livescience.com
Jul 14, 2020 14:44 UTC. Read More

Andean condor birds 'flap wings just 1% of the time'
BBC News
Jul 14, 2020 13:50 UTC. Read More

Apollo 11 scientist reveals untold mission he gave Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on Moon
Express
Jul 14, 2020 13:29 UTC. Read More

Researchers find solar-based water purification is more effective than boiling
SlashGear
Jul 14, 2020 13:25 UTC. Read More

Sterilisation renders N95 masks unusable
E&T Magazine
Jul 14, 2020 13:03 UTC. Read More

Snap a pic of this spectacular comet now it won't be back for 6,800 years
WGME
Jul 14, 2020 12:36 UTC. Read More

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Completes First Full Systems Evaluation
SciTechDaily
Jul 14, 2020 12:19 UTC. Read More

Pluto flyby photos: New Horizons mission leader Alan Stern reveals 10 of his favorite epic views
Space.com
Jul 14, 2020 11:34 UTC. Read More

Pluto revealed: 5 years ago, NASA's New Horizons gave us our first close look at this distant world
Space.com
Jul 14, 2020 11:29 UTC. Read More

The moon is 85 million years younger than previously thought
Space.com
Jul 14, 2020 11:17 UTC. Read More

Five Planets Will Be Visible in the Sky This Week — Here's How to See Them
msnNOW
Jul 14, 2020 09:59 UTC. Read More

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