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Harmful Algal Blooms in Arabian Sea Fueled by Shrinking Snowcaps - SciTechDaily
Climate-driven shifts disrupt fisheries, desalination plants; problems may hit other regions. A uniquely resilient organism all but unheard of in the Arabian Sea 20 years ago has been proliferating and spreading at an alarming pace, forming thick, malodorous …

Japanese asteroid probe discovers an incredible secret - News Info Park
Japan’s Hayabusa2 asteroid probe snapped images that reveal the space rock had a close encounter with the Sun. Scorched rock was present on the asteroid’s surface, appearing red in spectral analysis a

Flies sleep when need arises to adapt to new situations - News Info Park
Neurons that carry signals from a fruit fly's wings to its brain are stained fluorescent purple in the image above. Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found that

These ‘mostly useless’ male honeybees lay eggs, produce females - News Info Park
Cape honey bees in South Africa reproduce without sex, and males are even capable of producing female larvas that become queens. Researchers have pinpointed the gene responsible for this incredible re

Martian rock samples might bring alien viruses to earth, expert warns - New York Post
Stanford professor of aeronautics and astronautics Scott Hubbard told the Stanford News that “planetary protection” for Earth must be paramount when welcoming back anyone or anything fr…

NASA and SpaceX prepare to #LaunchAmerica - NASA
Together with SpaceX, NASA will return human spaceflight to American soil after nearly a decade. SpaceX will launch people into space for the first time ever...

Whoa! Comet ATLAS got brighter this week - News Info Park
Comet C/2019 Y4 (ATLAS) was getting brighter. Then, sadly, the Hubble Space Telescope caught it apparently disintegrating. Now … surprise. Veteran comet observer Terry Lovejoy reported earlier today t

New images of Jupiter reveal holes in the Great Red Spot - Business Insider - Business Insider
Astronomers created a "weather satellite" by linking a Jupiter-orbiting spacecraft, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, and an observatory on Earth.

Space Force to get deeper insight into inner workings of SpaceX commercial launches - SpaceNews
The $8.9 million "fleet surveillance" contract gives the Space Force a closeup view of SpaceX commercial launches.

Breanna Stewart’s Comeback Is Going to Take a Little Longer - The New York Times
The 2018 W.N.B.A. most valuable player’s return from a torn Achilles’ tendon was stalled by the coronavirus pandemic. Now she’s just trying to cope with being stuck inside.

Archaeology news: Researchers stunned by Civil War finding beneath cemetery -
ARCHAEOLOGISTS have discovered a long lost mass grave of US Civil War soldiers in Mississippi.

ESA wants to make Moon bases out of astronaut pee - BGR
The European Space Agency says urine could play a major role in the construction of lunar bases. The urea in urine makes it an ideal ingredient to combine with lunar soil, creating a sort of ‘lunar concrete’ that hardens into rigid shapes.  Visit BGR’s homepa…

Scientists reveal flowing new evidence of raging ancient rivers of water on Mars - SYFY WIRE
While it probably wouldn't have been recommended to kayak or raft upon, Mars' ancient waterways are helping to redefine how we view our neighboring world, as an international research team has recently uncovered new clues to billion-year-old rivers that once …

Shedding New Light on the Ocean’s Living Carbon Pump - SciTechDaily
Phytoplankton play a crucial role in ocean biology and climate. Understanding the natural processes that influence phytoplankton primary production, and how they are changing as the planet warms, is vital. A new study, using data from the European Space Agenc…

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