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Flat Pasta Developed That Morphs Into Shape When Cooked - SciTechDaily
Flat-packed noodles create more sustainable packaging, transportation and storage. People love pasta for its shapes — from tubes of penne and rigatoni to spirals of fusilli and rotini. But what makes farfalle different from conchiglie also makes the staple a …

SpaceX Starship SN15 finally nails first landing without exploding - CNET
It's the first time a flight of Elon Musk's Mars rocket prototype didn't end in a huge kaboom.

Chinese rocket debris is expected to crash into Earth soon. It's not the first time. - CNN
The large Chinese rocket that is out of control and set to reenter Earth's atmosphere this weekend has brought about an alarming but not unprecedented situation.

SpaceX Starship prototype soars 6 miles up, then lands upright - EarthSky
SpaceX's test flight of Starship SN15 went off without a hitch today, May 5, 2021. Following 4 Starship prototypes that exploded upon landing after their high-altitude flight tests, the SN15 landed safely.

This Is What Legally Happens If An… - The Planetary Society
Space lawyers explain what happens if an object from something like debris from a rocket causes damage or harm.

Researchers propose repurposing tabletop sensors to search for dark matter -
Scientists are certain that dark matter exists. Yet, after more than 50 years of searching, they still have no direct evidence for the mysterious substance.

Starlink satellite internet service gets 500,000 preorders, Musk says - Fox Business
SpaceX has received more than 500,000 preorders for its Starlink satellite internet service and anticipates no technical problems meeting the demand, founder Elon Musk said on Tuesday.

Scientists find Africa's oldest human burial, a child from 78,000 years ago - CNET
The discovery of a deliberately buried toddler may offer new insights into the Middle Stone Age, a key period in the human timeline.

Eta Aquarid 2021 meteor shower: How to watch - Fox News
The Eta Aquarid meteor shower will peak Wednesday evening into early Thursday morning, giving curious viewers the opportunity to see debris from the famous Halley's Comet.

Scientists claim to have found evidence of FUNGI on the Red Planet - Daily Mail
Researchers claim that images from Mars taken by NASA rovers and orbiting spaceships appear to show fungus-like specimens emerging from the Martian soil.

NASA Perseverance Mars rover spots delightfully goofy rocks (is that a butt?) - CNET
Behold the funniest Mars rocks the rover has found so far.

Scientists Have Translated Radio Signals from Venus' Atmosphere Into Sound - IGN - IGN
Scientists have measured Venus' atmosphere for the first time in nearly 30 years and radio signals picked up from the atmosphere have been translated into sound that you can listen to now.

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