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Incredible Sahara Dust Plume Sweeping Across The Atlantic Is Largest on Record - ScienceAlert
Dust plumes are a natural phenomenon, part of Earth's nutrient cycle. They occur when high-velocity winds pick up tiny dry particles from the Earth's surface and carry them long distances. Every summer, dust plumes from Africa's Sahara desert travel

These stunning pictures captured Comet Neowise soaring through the sky. Here's how you can see it for yourself - CNN
A three-mile wide comet named "NEOWISE" has lit up the skies, wowing people across the globe.

Astronomers perplexed by "Odd Radio Circles," a new class of cosmic phenomenon - Salon
Invisible in all wavelengths except radio, four Odd Radio Circles have been discovered so far

Researchers made a medical wearable using a pencil and paper - Engadget
Cheap paper and pencil-based medical wearables could one day replace expensive health monitors.

Watching the Skies: Jupiter in opposition -
Jupiter will come into opposition the night of July 13, meaning Earth will be between the sun and Jupiter and Jupiter will be directly opposite the sun

New AI Predicts Which Planets Are Going to Smash Into Each Other - Futurism
SPOCK looks into the future — and sees which distant worlds will survive.

Gigantic 'superflare' spotted on nearby star - Fox News
Astronomers in Japan have spotted a huge “superflare” emerging from a nearby star.

Alabama-built rocket set to power NASA mission to Mars this summer - Yellowhammer News
NASA's Perseverance Mars rover has been attached to the top of the Alabama-built rocket that will send it toward the Red Planet in the coming weeks.

SpaceX launch of first South Korean military satellite delayed Tuesday - CNET
The satellite will launch atop a Falcon 9, but not on July 14 as planned.

New solar material could clean drinking water -
Providing clean water to soldiers in the field and citizens around the world is essential, and yet one of the world's greatest challenges. Now a new super-wicking and super-light-absorbing aluminum material developed with Army funding could change that.

Andean condor can fly for 100 miles without flapping wings - The Guardian
World’s largest soaring bird flaps wings only 1% of time in flight, study shows

Antique vampire-slaying kit up for auction. Bible, crucifix and pistol included. -
When vampires come calling, it's important to be prepared

Puzzling ‘Planet Nine’ May Be a Grapefruit-Sized Black Hole - Nerdist
Scientists at Harvard say that our solar system's mysterious "Planet Nine" may actually be a grapefruit-sized "primordial" black hole.

SLS Core Stage Green Run campaign moving into propulsion system checkouts -
Boeing is getting ready to conduct the next phase of the Green Run test campaign…

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