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Scientists find abundance of 500,000-year-old fossils in China - BGR
The thing about fossils is the older they are, the rarer they are. Earth doesn’t keep anything around forever, and the farther you go back in time the less likely you are to find evidence of …

Geostorm may bring Northern Lights far south tonight - WGN TV Chicago
Many Americans and Canadians have a great chance to see the northern lights on Friday night and early Saturday morning. A solar flare that erupted on March 20 is set to slam into Earth on Friday night, prompting the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administ…

Scientists claim intelligent alien beings may be watching humankind in a 'galactic ZOO' - Daily Mail
Scientists gathered this week in Paris for the METI International meeting to discuss why, despite decades of searching, we’ve yet to make contact with an extraterrestrial civilization.

Nobody knows if NASA’s OSIRIS-REx can pull off its daring asteroid-sampling maneuver - BGR
NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft first arrived at the large space rock known as Bennu late last year, and it’s spent the first few months of 2019 observing its new space companion and teach…

360-Degree Video Puts You in the Center of the Milky Way Galaxy - Futurism
It's peaceful — except for the supermassive black holes.

FAA restricts flight around Boca Chica for rocket launch and recovery - Brownsville Herald
The Federal Aviation Administration is restricting aircraft within 1.1 nautical miles (approximately 1.25 radius) of SpaceX's Boca Chica launch site next Monday through Wednesday to provide a safe environment for rocket launch and recovery.

NASA snapped that monster meteor fireball over the Bering Sea - CNET
Kaboom! The sneaky fireball exploded in a remote spot with 10 times the energy of an atomic bomb.

Pulsar Seen Speeding Away From the Supernova That Created it - Universe Today
Recent observations have revealed a pulsar that appears to have been accelerated by the very supernova explosion that created it.

Paleontologists report world's biggest Tyrannosaurus rex -
University of Alberta paleontologists have just reported the world's biggest Tyrannosaurus rex and the largest dinosaur skeleton ever found in Canada. The 13-metre-long T. rex, nicknamed "Scotty," lived in prehistoric Saskatchewan 66 million years ago.

Planet Venus: Hopes rise of new mission to the hothouse world - BBC News
New science is ending the longstanding perception that Venus is a dead planet.

Robots Allow Fish And Bees To Communicate With Each Other For The First Time - IFLScience
Animal communication is fascinating and often way more complex than people realize. Humans are able to communicate with other species with some success but

Asteroid Ryugu: First Science Results from JAXA's Hayabusa-2 Mission | Space Exploration -
In June 2018, the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) spacecraft and sample return mission Hayabsua-2 arrived at the near-Earth target asteroid 162173 Ryugu. The first scientific results from the mission, published this week in a trio of papers in th…

NASA wants to explore Neptune’s moon Triton – solar system’s coldest object ‘may have ocean harboring alien... - Fox News
NASA is planning a mission to the coldest known object in our solar system in its hunt for alien life.

Jupiter storms star in NASA 'marble' planet portrait - CNET
NASA's Juno spacecraft gifts us with a lavish new look at Jupiter.

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