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A new dinosaur species was discovered decades after its bones were excavated - CNN
The Brighstoneus simmondsi, a species from the Lower Cretaceous period, was named after a doctoral student took a closer look at some archived bones.

International Space Station Dodges Chinese Space Junk - The New York Times
The object was expected to make a close pass with the outpost in orbit on Thursday night.

Watch SpaceX launch the Crew-3 mission for NASA, the company's fifth human spaceflight - CNBC
Elon Musk's SpaceX is planning to launch four astronauts from Florida on Wednesday.

Humans are guilty of breaking an oceanic law of nature: study -
A new international study carried out by the Institute of Environmental Science and Technology of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (ICTA-UAB) has examined the distribution of biomass across all life in the oceans, from bacteria to whales. Their quantific…

Researchers may have unlocked function of mysterious structure found on neurons -
For 30 years, mysterious clusters of proteins found on the cell body of neurons in the hippocampus, a part of the brain, both intrigued and baffled James Trimmer.

This mysterious frog re-evolved a full set of teeth - National Geographic
More than 200 million years ago, modern frogs’ ancestors lost the teeth in their lower jaws. How did Guenther’s marsupial frog regain them?

NASA Perseverance rover roughs up a Mars rock, peers at 'something no one's ever seen' - CNET
Perseverance also spots a wonderfully triangular white speck after it goes to work on the layered rock.

A Famous Dark Matter Signal Is Probably Coming From Something Else - Gizmodo
An underground experiment in South Korea has turned up nothing, suggesting an intriguing observation from 2017 was a red herring.

Scientists link an odd reaction to a barrier in the center of the Milky Way - Inverse
Researchers found a dip in the otherwise uniform density of cosmic rays at the center of the Milky Way.

How Do You See Inside a Volcano? Try a Storm of Cosmic Particles. - The New York Times
Muography, a technique used to peer inside nuclear reactors and Egyptian pyramids, could help map the innards of the world’s most hazardous volcanoes.

New NASA video takes you plummeting through Venus' atmosphere -
NASA has released a new video highlighting the DAVINCI mission and the science it will conduct at our twin planet.

The Moon's top layer alone has enough oxygen to sustain 8 billion people for 100,000 years - The Conversation AU
The next big frontier in space exploration is finding ways to effectively harness oxygen contained within Moon dust. What will it take?

New research helps explain the genetic basis for why we look the way we do -
Which genes control the defining features that make us look as we do? And how do they make it happen?

Creating Time Crystals Using New Quantum Computing Architectures - SciTechDaily
UC Berkeley physicist Norman Yao first described five years ago how to make a time crystal — a new form of matter whose patterns repeat in time instead of space. Unlike crystals of emerald or ruby, however, those time crystals existed for only a fraction of a…

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