Falcon Heavy Space X Launch Will Mark First Commerical Mission – Investor’s Business Daily

Falcon Heavy Space X Launch Will Mark First Commerical Mission – Investor’s Business Daily

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Asteroid Blasted By Explosives From Japanese Spacecraft – NPR

Asteroid Blasted By Explosives From Japanese Spacecraft – NPR

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Pooch sniffs out prehistoric prize: Dog discovers 250,000-year-old woolly rhino bone – Fox News

Pooch sniffs out prehistoric prize: Dog discovers 250,000-year-old woolly rhino bone – Fox News

A beagle in the U.K. has sniffed out a leg bone from a woolly rhino that died 250,000 years ago.Four-year-old Crystal has been trained to sniff out fossils and the remains of prehistoric creatures by her paleontologist owner Jamie Jordan, SWNS is reporting."Beagles are well known for their sense of smell, and if they can…
NASA Announces Trashy Award-Winning Ideas for Cleaning Space Station – Space.com

NASA Announces Trashy Award-Winning Ideas for Cleaning Space Station – Space.com

NASA astronaut Don Pettit poses with stowage bags on the International Space Station in 2012. (Image: © NASA) NASA recently selected three winning ideas to compress trash in space with a minimum of fuss.Because astronauts have limited space in their living quarters — and because nobody likes the danger that ejected space debris poses to…
Black hole picture: Image possibly to be announced by Event Horizon Telescope team on April 10 – CBS News

Black hole picture: Image possibly to be announced by Event Horizon Telescope team on...

Astronomers say a major announcement is on the way based on findings from the international Event Horizon Telescope project, which experts believe could be the first-ever photographs to show the surroundings of a black hole. On Wednesday, April 10, the Event Horizon Telescope team will be holding multiple press conferences around the world to announce…
Curiosity Rover Spots a Pair of Solar Eclipses on Mars – Gizmodo

Curiosity Rover Spots a Pair of Solar Eclipses on Mars – Gizmodo

The Martian moon Phobos crossing in front of the Sun.GIF: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS/GizmodoThere’s something completely sublime about watching solar eclipses from the surface of another planet, as showcased in these new videos captured by NASA’s Curiosity rover.Mars has two small, oddly shaped moons. Phobos is the larger one at 17 miles (27 km) across, while Deimos is…
Geneticist Sydney Brenner, who made tiny worm a scientific legend, dies – Nature.com

Geneticist Sydney Brenner, who made tiny worm a scientific legend, dies – Nature.com

Sydney Brenner was a founding member of the European Molecular Biology Organisation, EMBO.Credit: Andrew Cutraro/Redux/eyevine Pioneering molecular biologist Sydney Brenner has died, aged 92. Among Brenner’s most notable achievements was turning the Caenorhabditis elegans nematode worm into a model system for research into human disease in the 1960s and 1970s, which sparked a new field…
Here’s why NASA’s audacious return to the Moon just might work – Ars Technica

Here’s why NASA’s audacious return to the Moon just might work – Ars Technica

Space policy deep dive — "Starting a war between Alabama and SpaceX will be the end of the Moon program." Eric Berger - Apr 5, 2019 11:45 am UTC Enlarge / NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine visits Kennedy Space Center in 2018.NASA Speaking in front of a high-fidelity model of the Apollo program's Lunar Module spacecraft,…
Introducing the World’s First Gene-Edited Lizard – The New York Times

Introducing the World’s First Gene-Edited Lizard – The New York Times

Science|Introducing the World’s First Gene-Edited LizardScientists weren’t expecting him to look like this. ImageThe gene-edited lizard, right, and the control lizard were smaller than a fingertip after emerging from their shells.CreditCreditHannah Schriever/University of GeorgiaScientists have been altering the genes of mice, pigs, goats, chickens and butterflies for quite some time. But even as Crispr, a…

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