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UAE successfully launches Hope probe, Arab world's first mission to Mars - The Guardian
A rocket carrying the unmanned probe, known as Al-Amal in Arabic, joins China and US in race to red planet

Astrophysicists unveil biggest-ever 3D map of Universe - Yahoo News
Astrophysicists on Monday published the largest-ever 3D map of the Universe, the result of an analysis of more than four million galaxies and ultra-bright...

How to see Comet NEOWISE | Space - EarthSky
Comet C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE) is becoming increasingly tough to see in the morning sky. It's magnificent now in the evening - in the northwest, through binoculars - for observers at far-northern to mid-northern latitudes. Not visible from the Southern Hemisphere.…

Local pictures of Comet Neowise and an update on when and where you can see it - WKRN News 2
Comet Newowise is now visible in the evening sky and slowly getting higher above the horizon.

Astronomers Identify Asteroids of Interstellar Origin Inhabiting Our Solar System - SciTechDaily
A study conducted by scientists at São Paulo State University’s Institute of Geosciences and Exact Sciences (IGCE-UNESP) in Rio Claro, Brazil, has identified 19 asteroids of interstellar origin classified as Centaurs, outer Solar System objects that revolve a…

Russia rejects joining NASA's Artemis moon program in favor of China | TheHill - The Hill
By rejecting a role in Artemis and throwing in with China, Russia may have saved the back to the moon program just as it did with the International Space Station.

UAE ready for historic first mission to Mars - BBC News
The United Arab Emirates is counting down to the launch of its Hope probe to the Red Planet.

SpaceX’s next launch could still break rocket reuse record despite more delays - Teslarati
After multiple delays, SpaceX’s next launch is once again ~24 hours out and the Falcon 9 booster assigned to still has a shot at breaking a world record for rocket reuse. Originally expected to launch as early as early July, SpaceX’s South Korean ANASIS II mi…

Solar Orbiter Snaps Closest Pictures Ever of the Sun – Reveals New “Campfires” Phenomena - SciTechDaily
The first images from Solar Orbiter, a new Sun-observing mission by ESA and NASA, have revealed omnipresent miniature solar flares, dubbed "campfires," near the surface of our closest star. According to the scientists behind the mission, seeing phenomena that…

Comet Neowise is a photographer's dream: Tips for capturing it - CNET
It's the brightest comet in almost a quarter century, and a great opportunity for photographers.

Scientists Accidentally Bred a Bizarre Hybrid of Two Endangered Fish - MSN Money
You'd think at least 184 million years of evolution on entirely separate continents would be enough to make two species of fish sexually incompatible.

Scientists Learn Secrets From Ultra-Black Skin That Allows Deep-Sea Fish to Lurk Unseen - SciTechDaily
Packed pigment granules help them blend in without blowing their cover. If there were a stagehand of the sea, wearing black to disappear into the darkness backstage, it might be the dragonfish. Or the common fangtooth. These fish live in the ocean’s inky dept…

New view of old light adds twist to debate over universe’s age - EarthSky
Observations of the cosmic microwave background by the Atacama Cosmology Telescope in Chile suggest that the universe is 13.8 billion years old.

Why are humans so curious? -
Curiosity is a hallmark of the human experience. But why?

US Caltech scientists accidentally discover bacteria that survives by eating metal - Deccan Herald
Scientists at California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have discovered two species of bacteria that feed on metal, manganese to be specific, by accident. For almost a century, scientists have been predicting the existence of such microbes, but they have b…

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