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China’s Mars Launch: When to Watch - The New York Times
The country’s Tianwen-1 mission is the second trip to Mars of the summer.
Neowise, one of the brightest comets in decades, is closest to Earth today - CBS News
Skywatchers still have a chance to spot the spectacular comet before is disappears for 6,800 years.
They were trying to save a species. Instead, scientists created a fish that's part sturgeon, part paddlefish, all accident - CNN
Scientists accidentally created a "sturddlefish," or hybrid of an American paddlefish and a Russian sturgeon, in an attempt to help the critically endangered sturgeon reproduce asexually. Instead, they wound up with a new fish entirely.
Climate study suggests more severe temperature scenario | TheHill - The Hill
Average global temperature will most likely increase between 4.1 and 8.1 degrees if carbon output doubles.
Planetary Researchers Surprised to Find a “Ring of Fire” on Venus - SciTechDaily
ETH researchers used computer simulations to classify the current activity of corona structures on the surface of Venus. To their surprise, they found a previously undiscovered ring of fire on our neighboring planet. Years ago, planetary researchers discovere…
Major study rules out super-high and low climate sensitivity to CO₂ - Ars Technica
Five-year effort represents important progress on four-decade-old question.
NASA, SpaceX Invite Media to First Operational Commercial Crew Launch - NASA
Media accreditation now is open for NASA’s SpaceX Crew-1 mission to the International Space Station – the first operational flight of the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft on a Falcon 9 rocket after certification by NASA for regular flights to the space station.
On 1st Anniversary of Chandrayaan-2 Launch, ISRO Says All 8 Payloads Performing Well - News18
The global mapping of the lunar surface and polar coverage are being carried out as per the mission plan, while public release of science data from Chandrayaan-2 will begin in October, ISRO said.
Engineers introduce world's first 'non-cuttable' metal material - Business Insider - Business Insider
Engineers in Europe say they've created the first human-made "non-cuttable" material. The metal is called Proteus.
Is it a bird, a plane? Not superman, but a flapping wing drone - Tech Xplore
A drone prototype that mimics the aerobatic manoeuvres of one of the world's fastest birds, the swift, is being developed by an international team of engineers in the latest example of biologically inspired flight.
Stone Tools Suggest Humans Lived In North America Earlier Than Expected - HuffPost
Researchers said the artifacts suggest humans were living in Mexico as early as 26,500 years ago.
Largest 3D map of the universe ever created revealed by astrophysicists - MSN Money
A global consortium of astrophysicists have created the world's largest three-dimensional map of the universe, a project 20 years in the making that researchers say helps better explain the history of the cosmos.
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