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NASA moves ahead with cargo Dragon launch after Crew Dragon anomaly - SpaceNews
NASA still plans to launch a cargo version of a SpaceX Dragon spacecraft to the ISS next week as the investigation into a Crew Dragon explosion continues.

There's still time to catch the 2019 Lyrid meteor shower - ABC News
An encore performance of the 2019 Lyrid meteor shower will happen Monday night.

Researchers calculate decades of 'scary' Greenland ice melting -
Measuring melting ice is a fairly precise business in 2019—thanks to satellites, weather stations and sophisticated climate models.

NASA warns ‘beauty and the beast’ Northern Lights could wipe out power lines and electronics on Earth - The Sun
The spectacular snap was taken by astronomer Juan Carlos Casado back in 2016 but was selected as NASA’s Astronomy Picture of the day on Sunday.

Earth Day 2019: Here's 10 Amazing NASA Photos of Earth from Space -
Celebrate Earth Day with photos of our planet's natural beauty.

Turbulent Blobs in Earth’s Core May Explain Sudden Jerks in the Magnetic Field - Live Science
Here’s one explanation for why Earth’s magnetic field undergoes weird geomagnetic jerks every decade or so.

Blind People Really Do Have More Sensitive Hearing, MRI Study Finds - Gizmodo
A new study out Monday suggests that losing your sight early in life can lead to subtle alterations in the brain circuitry primarily responsible for hearing

Defying the laws of physics? Engineers demonstrate bubbles of sand -
The flow of granular materials, such as sand and catalytic particles used in chemical reactors, and enables a wide range of natural phenomena, from mudslides to volcanos, as well as a broad array of industrial processes, from pharmaceutical production to carb…

NASA spots gigantic 'jellyfish' in space - New York Post
Jellyfish have been on Earth for approximately 500 million years, making them the longest surviving creature on the planet. But now, NASA has a “jellyfish” of its own in space. The gove…

Neonics hinder bees' ability to fend off deadly mites, study reveals -
A University of Guelph study is the first to uncover the impact of neonicotinoid pesticides on honey bees' ability to groom and rid themselves of deadly mites.

Elusive red sprites, like glowing jellyfish in the night sky, photographed in Oklahoma - Seattle Times
Have you ever seen a giant red jellyfish light up the night sky for a split second? If you have, you're not imagining things. You've just witnessed a lightning-like electrical discharge high in the atmosphere known as a sprite. Paul...

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