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Scientists Create a Material That Makes Salty Water Safe to Drink in Minutes
ScienceAlert
Aug 15, 2020 10:54 UTC. Read More

NASA STEREO Spacecraft’s Lone View of Betelgeuse Reveals More Strange Behavior – Is Supernova Imminent?
SciTechDaily
Aug 15, 2020 10:22 UTC. Read More

NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission prepares for touchdown on an asteroid
CNN
Aug 15, 2020 05:04 UTC. Read More

The Brightest Star In The Night Sky Rises Today (And No, It’s Not The North Star)
Forbes
Aug 15, 2020 01:59 UTC. Read More

NASA shows off best Mars orbiter images from the past 15 years
CNET
Aug 14, 2020 23:57 UTC. Read More

NASA telescope uncovers the cause of Betelgeuse's mysterious dimming
CNET
Aug 14, 2020 23:53 UTC. Read More

NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Powered Up for the First Time in Interplanetary Space
SciTechDaily
Aug 14, 2020 23:22 UTC. Read More

NASA sets Oct. 23 as target launch date for first operational Crew Dragon mission
Spaceflight Now
Aug 14, 2020 23:20 UTC. Read More

Next NASA, SpaceX astronaut flight to launch no earlier than October
Business Insider
Aug 14, 2020 22:51 UTC. Read More

'Canary in the coal mine': Greenland ice has shrunk beyond return, study finds
Reuters
Aug 14, 2020 22:11 UTC. Read More

Dwarf Planet Ceres Has Salty Ocean Deep Underground
VOA Learning English
Aug 14, 2020 21:57 UTC. Read More

The investigation into why a cable mysteriously broke on the Arecibo Observatory has begun
Space.com
Aug 14, 2020 21:53 UTC. Read More

U.S. prosecutors probe ex-NASA official, Boeing over space contract: sources
Reuters
Aug 14, 2020 20:51 UTC. Read More

Study rewrites the recent history of productive Cascade Arc volcanoes
Phys.Org
Aug 14, 2020 20:48 UTC. Read More

Computer scientists set benchmarks to optimize quantum computer performance
Tech Xplore
Aug 14, 2020 20:42 UTC. Read More

Greenland's ice sheet has melted to a point of no return, according to new study
CNN
Aug 14, 2020 20:28 UTC. Read More

Exploding Black Dwarfs Could Be the 'Last Interesting Thing to Happen in the Universe'
Gizmodo
Aug 14, 2020 20:15 UTC. Read More

SpaceX and NASA plan to launch first full length astronaut mission in late October
CNBC
Aug 14, 2020 19:06 UTC. Read More

Researchers overturn hypothesis underlying the sensitivity of the mammalian auditory system
Medical Xpress
Aug 14, 2020 18:00 UTC. Read More

A light bright and tiny: Scientists build a better nanoscale LED
Phys.Org
Aug 14, 2020 17:59 UTC. Read More

Investigation begins into damage at one of the world’s most iconic observatories
The Verge
Aug 14, 2020 17:31 UTC. Read More

See hours of the 2020 Perseid meteor shower condensed to 10 seconds
CNET
Aug 14, 2020 17:18 UTC. Read More

Astronomers Discover First Look-Alike of Our Milky Way Galaxy in Early Universe
The Weather Channel
Aug 14, 2020 17:00 UTC. Read More

Indian Scientists Make Space Bricks With Urine For Buildings On Moon
NDTV News
Aug 14, 2020 16:15 UTC. Read More

Indian Scientists Make Space Bricks With Urine For Buildings On Moon
NDTV News
Aug 14, 2020 16:15 UTC. Read More

Aurora Mysteries Unlocked with 's THEMIS Mission
NASA Planetary Science
Aug 14, 2020 16:07 UTC. Read More

Perseid meteor shower 2020 brings celestial fireworks to the night sky (photos)
Space.com
Aug 14, 2020 15:50 UTC. Read More

Air pollution harms honey bees too, study finds: Dirty air could kill 80% of bees in India
USA TODAY
Aug 14, 2020 15:31 UTC. Read More

This Star Is Moving So Fast it Visibly Warps Spacetime
Futurism
Aug 14, 2020 15:12 UTC. Read More

People slept on comfy grass beds 200,000 years ago
Ars Technica
Aug 14, 2020 14:55 UTC. Read More

Scientists: Probe Center of Uranus, You'll Hit Some Weird Water
Futurism
Aug 14, 2020 14:50 UTC. Read More

IISc, Isro develop space bricks for lunar habitation
Times of India
Aug 14, 2020 14:41 UTC. Read More

NASA shares stunning photo of Jupiter and Saturn rising beyond 'Alien Throne Rock'
Mirror Online
Aug 14, 2020 13:49 UTC. Read More

Scientists Have Been Warning About an “Insect Apocalypse” for Years – Not So Fast
SciTechDaily
Aug 14, 2020 13:12 UTC. Read More

Scientists probe the weird, alien water inside of Uranus and Neptune
Livescience.com
Aug 14, 2020 13:09 UTC. Read More

Smoking gun at Betelgeuse: Hubble shows it was belching dust that dimmed the red supergiant
SYFY WIRE
Aug 14, 2020 12:59 UTC. Read More

A superelastic alloy with a nearly limitless temperature window
Phys.Org
Aug 14, 2020 12:49 UTC. Read More

Fastest star ever seen is moving at 8% the speed of light
Phys.Org
Aug 14, 2020 12:18 UTC. Read More

Black silicon photodetector breaks the 100% efficiency limit
Phys.Org
Aug 14, 2020 12:11 UTC. Read More

200,000 years ago, humans preferred to sleep in beds
Phys.Org
Aug 14, 2020 12:08 UTC. Read More

Ceres’ bright spots come from salty water below
EarthSky
Aug 14, 2020 12:02 UTC. Read More

Shockingly young galaxy surprises scientists with its impressive bulge
Space.com
Aug 14, 2020 11:50 UTC. Read More

Ride shotgun with NASA's OSIRIS-REx asteroid probe as it buzzes Bennu (video)
Space.com
Aug 14, 2020 11:49 UTC. Read More

These armored sea bugs from a half-billion years ago had 'disco ball' eyes filled with tiny lenses
Livescience.com
Aug 14, 2020 11:28 UTC. Read More

Scientist calculates the 'sad, lonely' end of the universe
Space.com
Aug 14, 2020 10:59 UTC. Read More

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