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World’s thickest mountain glacier is melting, new NASA images reveal - Fox News
The slow decline of Alaska's Taku Glacier has become apparent in newly released photographs shared by NASA's Earth Observatory.

NASA Marshall expands ties with UA to advance in-space manufacturing - Yellowhammer News
NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville is expanding its partnership with the University of Alabama to collaborate on advanced and in-space...

SpaceX to Launch 60 Starlink Satellites on Falcon 9 Rocket - News 13
SpaceX's goal: provide broadband internet all over globe

'Interstellar' anniversary: What we've learned about black holes since - Business Insider
Director Christopher Nolan's film "Interstellar" came out in 2014. Scientists' understanding of black holes has changed considerably since then.

How to watch Mercury transit the face of the sun on Monday - Digital Trends
A rare event is occurring on Monday: The planet Mercury is passing directly between the Earth and the Sun. This is called a transit, and it occurs only 13 times every 100 years. The last transit of Mercury was in 2016, and the next one won't be until 2023, so…

State-of-the-Art Technology Used to Further Refine How Quickly the Universe Is Expanding - SciTechDaily
Clemson team collaborates to quantify one of the most fundamental laws of the cosmos. Wielding state-of-the-art technologies and techniques, a team of Clemson University astrophysicists has added a novel approach to quantifying one of the most fundamental law…

Gaze into the Jovian VORTEX: Stunningly detailed image shows depths of Jupiter’s huge swirling storms - RT
A NASA space probe orbiting our solar system’s biggest planet has snapped incredibly detailed data of its complex and powerful storms, which a citizen scientist then used to develop a stunning image of Jupiter’s atmosphere.

Stunning NASA Time Scale Shows Dinosaurs Roamed Earth on the Other Side of Milky Way Galaxy - Sputnik International
Earth supports complex life partially thanks to the path of our sun's galactic orbit, as it steers clear of the inhospitable centre of the galaxy, where life probably couldn't survive.

Massive, Spinning Black Holes Could Be the Result of ‘Pac-Man-Like’ Mergers - SciTechDaily
Scientists have reported detecting gravitational waves from 10 black hole mergers to date, but they are still trying to explain the origins of those mergers. The largest merger detected so far seems to have defied previous models because it has a higher spin …

Arctic Shifts to Carbon Source – Stunning Reversal After Capturing Carbon for Tens of Thousands of Years - SciTechDaily
A NASA-funded study suggests winter carbon emissions in the Arctic may be adding more carbon into the atmosphere each year than is taken up by Arctic vegetation, marking a stark reversal for a region that has captured and stored carbon for tens of thousands o…

SpaceX's next Starlink launch will make it one of the top satellite operators in the world - Florida Today
SpaceX will eclipse a serious milestone with its next Falcon 9 rocket launch with 60 Starlink satellites, currently slated for Monday morning.

Fireball meteor showers expected to dazzle Colorado skies - Colorado Springs Gazette
Stargazers, get ready for the fireballs of November. The Northern Taurids meteor shower, known for lighting up the mountain sky with brightly colored fireballs, is expected to peak late Monday

Remains of of Massive Jurassic 'Sea Monster' Found in a Polish Cornfield -
The beast had a bite more powerful than that of T. rex.

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