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NASA is actively searching for intelligent life in the universe and is looking for habitable planets, official says - CNBC
Intelligent life may exist elsewhere in the universe, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said in an interview Tuesday, and NASA is actively searching for signs.

Mysterious Population of Rogue Planets Spotted Near the Center of Our Galaxy - SciTechDaily
Tantalizing evidence has been uncovered for a mysterious population of “rogue” (or “free-floating”) planets, planets that may be alone in deep space, unbound to any host star. The results include four new discoveries that are consistent with planets of simila…

Dragonflies are losing their wing color because of climate change, study shows - CNN
Researchers worry that female dragonflies may no longer recognize their male counterparts.

Europe will launch a new two-handed robotic arm to the International Space Station soon -
A new robot will help astronauts take care of the International Space Station.

Ultrathin semiconductors are electrically connected to superconductors for the first time -
Whether in smartphones, televisions or building technology, semiconductors play a central role in electronics and therefore in our everyday lives. In contrast to metals, it is possible to adjust their electrical conductivity by applying a voltage and hence to…

New NASA chief Bill Nelson brings a politician's eye to space agency -
"If you really want to know the truth, I'm like a kid in a candy store," Nelson said.

Massive galactic structure discovered, by accident, with Green Bank Telescope - WGHP FOX 8 Greensboro
It was so unexpected that they had to bring in the big one, the 20-meter telescope, to confirm what they were observing.

Moment fireball lights up the Idaho sky in the middle of the night, making it look like it's daytime - Daily Mail
Jordan Ragsdale was using an AllSkyCam from AMS at 10:52pm local time on Saturday evening when they captured the fireball from Eagle, Idaho.

Tropical Storm Elsa delays SpaceX Dragon cargo ship's return to Earth -
Storm surge in Florida would make recovery after splashdown unsafe, so the Dragon will stay at the space station a bit longer.

World's thinnest electronic device is 2 atoms thick -
The thinner size allows electrons to move across the device much faster, which could lead to the development of much quicker computers.

'Social' Mitochondria, Whispering Between Cells, Influence Health - Quanta Magazine
Mitochondria appear to communicate and cooperate with one another, both within and between cells. Biologists are only just beginning to understand how and why.

New nanotech will enable a 'healthy' electric current production inside the human body -
A new nanotechnology development by an international research team led by Tel Aviv University researchers will make it possible to generate electric currents and voltage within the human body through the activation of various organs (mechanical force). The re…

Sun throws out largest solar flare since 2017 - WBAY
The solar flare was captured by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory and was classified as an X-class eruption, the most powerful type.

SpaceX Is Launching a Rocket the Size of the Statue of Liberty - Observer
The Super Heavy booster will have more than 30 Raptor engines at the bottom.

20000 Satellites Falling to Earth Could Be Worse Than Nuclear War - autoevolution
We are not sure how many movies and books depict such a scenario, but losing all of the world’s satellites in a single blow is something sci-fi writers seem really concerned with. And probably so should we, given how it’s thanks in part to satellites that we …

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