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NASA's Webb Space Telescope: Capturing All That Glitters in Galaxies - SciTechDaily
An international research team will survey the stars, star clusters, and dust that lie within 19 nearby galaxies. To understand galaxies, you have to understand how stars form. Over 100 researchers from around the world have collaborated to bring together obs…

NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has reached its destination. Now what? - TechRadar
Its million-mile journey is complete. Now comes the hard part.

SpaceX's Dragon cargo ship is on its way back to Earth with scientific investigations and medical research - CNN
SpaceX's unmanned Dragon cargo ship successfully undocked from the International Space Station (ISS) Sunday morning and is making its return to Earth.

An iceberg once bigger than Delaware dumped nearly 1 trillion tons of water in the ocean - USA TODAY
The A68A iceberg was the biggest iceberg on Earth when it broke off. Now gone, it has dumped nearly 1 trillion tons of water into the ocean.

Canadian scientist examines melting Antarctic glacier, potential sea level rise - CTV News
As icebergs drifted by his Antarctica-bound ship, David Holland spoke this week of how the melting glacier he's cruising towards may contain warning signals for the coasts of far-off Canada.

Asteroid Larger Than Two Statues of Liberty Approaching Earth - Sputnik International
The huge сelestial body is expected to shoot past Earth at around 9,500 miles (15,288 kilometres) per hour on 24 January.

NASA Solar Sail Spacecraft to Chase Tiny Asteroid After Artemis I Launch - SciTechDaily
NEA Scout will visit an asteroid estimated to be smaller than a school bus – the smallest asteroid ever to be studied by a spacecraft. Launching with the Artemis I uncrewed test flight, NASA’s shoebox-size Near-Earth Asteroid Scout will chase down what will b…

Webb Space Telescope: Uncovering Hidden Parts of Our Solar System - SciTechDaily
The James Webb Space Telescope (Webb) is designed to answer fundamental questions about the Universe. One of Webb’s key science goals is to study the nearby cosmos: uncovering hidden parts of our Solar System, peering inside dust clouds where stars and planet…

Bioengineers Have Modeled The Workings of The World's Most Basic Synthetic Life Form - ScienceAlert
Life is complicated. Even the smallest cells contain a mind-blowing assortment of chemical reactions that allow them to thrive in a chaotic landscape.

This Adorable Jumping Spider Can't Actually See Its Own Most Vivid Color - ScienceAlert
Jumping spiders may have exceptional eyes, but one adorable species seems to have a curious lack in the vision department. New experimental evidence suggests that a jumping spider called Saitis barbipes has no photoreceptors capable of perceiving the

Scientists detect something really unexpected beneath Saturn's 'Death Star' moon - Mashable
Mimas couldn't possibly harbor an ocean. Or could it?

Deep Space Food Challenge: NASA Offers $1 Million for Innovative Systems to Feed Tomorrow’s Astronauts - SciTechDaily
As NASA prepares to send astronauts further into the cosmos than ever before, the agency aims to upgrade production of a critical fuel source: food. Giving future explorers the technology to produce nutritious, tasty, and satisfying meals on long-duration spa…

Scientists Discover Black Hole That's Creating Stars Instead of Devouring Them - Futurism
The Hubble Space Telescope found a star formation in a dwarf starburst galaxy. The black hole in the center may have actually created the star formation.

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