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Planned nuclear storage material could decay faster than expected
Ars Technica
Jan 28, 2020 00:16 UTC. Read More

SpaceX scrubs Starlink launch due to winds aloft, will try again Wednesday
Spaceflight Now
Jan 27, 2020 23:22 UTC. Read More

Antarctica's biggest glacier still losing ice, thinning in a new way
UPI News
Jan 27, 2020 21:41 UTC. Read More

Tarantula Nebula spins web of mystery in Spitzer image
Phys.Org
Jan 27, 2020 21:08 UTC. Read More

Siberian Neanderthals were intrepid nomads
Phys.Org
Jan 27, 2020 20:00 UTC. Read More

Nanocontainers introduced into the nucleus of living cells
Phys.Org
Jan 27, 2020 19:59 UTC. Read More

New species of meat-eating dinosaur discovered in Utah
Fox News
Jan 27, 2020 19:55 UTC. Read More

New Mission Will Take First Peek at Sun's Poles
League of Legends
Jan 27, 2020 18:51 UTC. Read More

#Ask How Will Astronauts Dig on the Moon?
League of Legends
Jan 27, 2020 17:58 UTC. Read More

Rocket glitch delays launch of European Solar Orbiter to Feb. 7
Space.com
Jan 27, 2020 17:56 UTC. Read More

'Profound' evolution: Wasps learn to recognize faces
Phys.Org
Jan 27, 2020 17:48 UTC. Read More

British carbon tax leads to 93% drop in coal-fired electricity
Phys.Org
Jan 27, 2020 17:22 UTC. Read More

Russian explorers discovered Antarctica 200 years ago. What we've learned about Earth's coldest continent.
Livescience.com
Jan 27, 2020 16:58 UTC. Read More

New Halide Perovskite Crystal Emits Blue Light
AZoM
Jan 27, 2020 16:31 UTC. Read More

Gram-scale bottom-up flash graphene synthesis
Nature.com
Jan 27, 2020 16:10 UTC. Read More

Detection of very high frequency magnetic resonance could revolutionize electronics
Phys.Org
Jan 27, 2020 16:00 UTC. Read More

Oceanographers predict increase in phytoplankton by 2100
Phys.Org
Jan 27, 2020 15:59 UTC. Read More

Black holes shouldn't echo, but this one might. Score 1 for Stephen Hawking?
Livescience.com
Jan 27, 2020 15:58 UTC. Read More

'Vampire' star spotted by NASA’s planet-hunting Kepler space telescope
Fox News
Jan 27, 2020 15:51 UTC. Read More

How Earth climate models help picture life on unimaginable worlds
Phys.Org
Jan 27, 2020 14:34 UTC. Read More

SpaceX scrubs Monday launch attempt due to winds
WESH Orlando
Jan 27, 2020 14:23 UTC. Read More

SpaceX is launching 60 more Starlink satellites Tuesday. Here's how to watch live.
Space.com
Jan 27, 2020 14:22 UTC. Read More

In dwarf galaxies, a black hole wind is rising
SYFY WIRE
Jan 27, 2020 13:59 UTC. Read More

SpaceX scrubs Starlink launch attempt Monday due to weather [Updated]
Ars Technica
Jan 27, 2020 13:54 UTC. Read More

NASA’s next Mars rover will pave the way for humans
Teslarati
Jan 27, 2020 13:06 UTC. Read More

NASA: Remember that 2024 Moon thing? How about Mars in 2033? Authorization bill moots 2028 for more lunar footprints
The Register
Jan 27, 2020 12:38 UTC. Read More

Is there a 2nd planet orbiting Proxima Centauri?
EarthSky
Jan 27, 2020 11:52 UTC. Read More

Why planets have size limits Space
EarthSky
Jan 27, 2020 11:09 UTC. Read More

The Great E-Scooter Hack: New Research Exposes Security Risk for E-Scooters and Riders
SciTechDaily
Jan 27, 2020 10:59 UTC. Read More

Seismic biomarkers in Japan Trench fault zone reveal history of large earthquakes
Phys.Org
Jan 27, 2020 09:59 UTC. Read More

SpaceX set to launch 240th Starlink satellite as space internet nears prime time
Teslarati
Jan 27, 2020 08:09 UTC. Read More

Newly-recognized species of meat-eating dinosaurs is 157 million year old
Business Broker
Jan 27, 2020 07:39 UTC. Read More

Timeline for Falcon 9 launch of Starlink satellites
Spaceflight Now
Jan 27, 2020 01:05 UTC. Read More

Live coverage: SpaceX gears up for Falcon 9 launch Monday, weather permitting
Spaceflight Now
Jan 27, 2020 01:05 UTC. Read More

Live coverage: SpaceX delays Falcon 9 launch to Tuesday
Spaceflight Now
Jan 27, 2020 01:05 UTC. Read More

SpaceX Is About to Launch a Historic Mission With Actual People on Board Crew Dragon
ScienceAlert
Jan 27, 2020 00:21 UTC. Read More

Ocean Acidification Is Literally Dissolving The Shells Of Dungeness Crabs
SFist
Jan 26, 2020 22:38 UTC. Read More

Mysterious particles spewing from Antarctica defy physics
Space.com
Jan 26, 2020 19:04 UTC. Read More

Sky Shorts: Glorious achievements of NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope
Massillon Independent
Jan 26, 2020 17:08 UTC. Read More

Solar Orbiter launch delayed to Feb. 7 –
Spaceflight Now
Jan 26, 2020 16:58 UTC. Read More

Solar Orbiter launch delayed to Feb. 7
Spaceflight Now
Jan 26, 2020 16:58 UTC. Read More

“Satan’s Abode” Exoplanet So Hot Molecules in Its Atmosphere are Torn to Shreds
The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel
Jan 26, 2020 15:59 UTC. Read More

Astronauts plug leak in cosmic ray detector outside International Space Station
Bangor Daily News
Jan 26, 2020 15:57 UTC. Read More

ISS astronauts succeed in fixing $2 billion ‘unserviceable’ instrument
Digital Trends
Jan 26, 2020 15:00 UTC. Read More

Remarkable meat-eating dinosaur species found in US
gulfnews.com
Jan 26, 2020 11:32 UTC. Read More

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