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SpaceX launch of Space Force GPS satellite could break a record - CNET
The company is aiming for its fourth launch in a little over four weeks and breaking new ground for a national security mission.

Astronaut says losing mirror on spacewalk was 'real bummer' - The Associated Press
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — The commander of the International Space Station said Monday that losing a mirror during last week’s otherwise successful spacewalk was “a real bummer.” NASA...

South pole warming three times faster than rest of the world, our research shows - The Guardian
Dramatic change in Antarctica’s interior in past three decades a result of effects from tropical variability working together with increasing greenhouse gases

Mystery of how flying snakes move is solved by scientists - Fox News
Flying snakes are able to undulate their bodies as they glide through the air, and those unique movements allow them to make such flights, scientists have found.

Declining eyesight improved by looking at deep red light - Science Daily
Staring at a deep red light for three minutes a day can significantly improve declining eyesight, finds a new study, the first of its kind in humans.

NASA Plans for More SLS Rocket Boosters to Launch Artemis Missions - NASA
NASA has taken the next steps toward building Space Launch System (SLS) solid rocket boosters to support as many as six additional flights, for a total of up to nine Artemis missions.

More Evidence that Europa's Oceans Could be Habitable - Universe Today
More evidence that Jupiter's moon Europa contains not only an ocean, but a habitable one. Good thing NASA is planning a mission to find out for sure.

Array of radio telescopes reveals explosion on the surface of a hot dead star -
An international group of researchers observed a source of variable gamma rays identified in 2010 by the NASA satellite Fermi. They used a technique called VLBI, that combines data from several radio telescopes on Earth, to produce the sharpest images to date…

SpaceX’s reusable Falcon rockets have Europe thinking two steps ahead - Teslarati
In a rare instance of some connection to reality, a European Union commissioner overseeing the space industry has acknowledged the elephant in the room, admitting that SpaceX has changed the game for commercial rockets and that the upcoming Ariane 6 rocket ma…

Cartwheeling light reveals new optical phenomenon -
A scientist might want to do cartwheels upon making a discovery, but this time the discovery itself relies on cartwheels.

Gravitas: NASA will pay you to design a toilet for Moon - WION
Gravitas: NASA will pay you to design a toilet for Moon NASA is planning to return to the moon by 2024 and wants someone to design a new toilet that works in...

Yes, an asteroid really did wipe out the dinosaurs, study finds - CNN
The age of the dinosaurs ended 66 million years ago with the ultimate bad day, not a prolonged period of climate change wrought by volcanic activity, according to new research.

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