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Archaeology breakthrough: How body of a British explorer was found beneath Euston
Express
Sep 21, 2020 22:59 UTC. Read More

Rising temperatures shrink Arctic sea ice to second-lowest level on record
The Guardian
Sep 21, 2020 21:45 UTC. Read More

Hundreds of teeth found in the Sahara Desert reveal the Spinosaurus dinosaur had aquatic lifestyle
Daily Mail
Sep 21, 2020 21:29 UTC. Read More

Marine sponges inspire the next generation of skyscrapers and bridges
Phys.Org
Sep 21, 2020 21:17 UTC. Read More

First experimental evidence of a new type of dark boson possibly found
Livescience.com
Sep 21, 2020 20:55 UTC. Read More

Publishes Artemis Plan to Land First Woman, Next Man on Moon
Nasa.gov
Sep 21, 2020 20:39 UTC. Read More

Researchers identify new type of superconductor
Phys.Org
Sep 21, 2020 20:35 UTC. Read More

NASA captured a supernova blast ancient humans saw 15,000 years ago
Business Insider
Sep 21, 2020 20:11 UTC. Read More

Highlights Science, Business on Next Northrop Grumman Mission
Nasa.gov
Sep 21, 2020 19:30 UTC. Read More

Saturn's ocean moon Enceladus has fresh ice in unexpected place
Space.com
Sep 21, 2020 19:21 UTC. Read More

Strange bright rocks reveal glimpse of asteroid Ryugu's violent past
Space.com
Sep 21, 2020 19:01 UTC. Read More

Tree planting has potential to increase carbon sequestration capacity
Phys.Org
Sep 21, 2020 18:59 UTC. Read More

NASA spacecraft discovers chunks of asteroid Vesta on asteroid Bennu
CNET
Sep 21, 2020 18:58 UTC. Read More

Ancient American mastodon tooth found in Missouri by teenager
Daily Mail
Sep 21, 2020 17:47 UTC. Read More

How to watch live as asteroid 2020 SW flies close to Earth this week
CNET
Sep 21, 2020 17:37 UTC. Read More

This is an Ultra-High-Resolution Photo of a Sunspot
PetaPixel
Sep 21, 2020 17:30 UTC. Read More

An aurora that lit up the sky over the Titanic might explain why it sank
Livescience.com
Sep 21, 2020 17:24 UTC. Read More

NASA IRIS Reports the First Ever Clear Images of Nanojets on the Sun
SciTechDaily
Sep 21, 2020 16:40 UTC. Read More

“Holy Grail” –Proof of Cosmic Objects Without a Hard Surface Confined Within an Invisible Boundary
Dailygalaxy.com
Sep 21, 2020 16:29 UTC. Read More

Some rats are more ticklish than others and you can tell by how much they squeak with 'laughter'
Daily Mail
Sep 21, 2020 16:17 UTC. Read More

Astronomers discover an Earth-sized 'pi planet' with a 3.14-day orbit
Phys.Org
Sep 21, 2020 15:47 UTC. Read More

Rosetta spacecraft detects unexpected ultraviolet aurora at a comet
Phys.Org
Sep 21, 2020 15:47 UTC. Read More

to Discuss Early Artemis Exploration Plans with Media
Nasa.gov
Sep 21, 2020 15:20 UTC. Read More

A Strange, Glowing Ultraviolet Aurora Has Just Been Detected Around a Comet
ScienceAlert
Sep 21, 2020 15:10 UTC. Read More

OSIRIS-REx Finds Vesta Meteorites on Asteroid Bennu
Nasa.gov
Sep 21, 2020 15:09 UTC. Read More

Scientists Speculate About How Life on Venus Could Have Began
Futurism
Sep 21, 2020 15:06 UTC. Read More

What if Earth had rings?
Livescience.com
Sep 21, 2020 13:34 UTC. Read More

Saturn's moon Enceladus shows fresh ice: More geysers on the tiny iceworld?
SYFY WIRE
Sep 21, 2020 12:59 UTC. Read More

NASA's Hubble space telescope captured the ribbon of a supernova blast that ancient humans saw about 15000 years ago
msnNOW
Sep 21, 2020 12:34 UTC. Read More

Venus is a 'Russian planet,' Kremlin top scientist claims
Fox News
Sep 21, 2020 12:30 UTC. Read More

Promising computer simulations for stellarator plasmas
Phys.Org
Sep 21, 2020 12:19 UTC. Read More

Life on Mars breakthrough: Discovery of ‘worms’ points to ‘far more hospitable planet’
Express
Sep 21, 2020 11:47 UTC. Read More

Solar storms, anti-solar panels, and the future of clean energy
Inverse
Sep 21, 2020 11:44 UTC. Read More

NASA Will Test Autonomous Landing System on New Shepard Rocket
ExtremeTech
Sep 21, 2020 11:30 UTC. Read More

Halloween 2020: A rare blue moon will light up the sky
WPVI-TV
Sep 21, 2020 11:21 UTC. Read More

A Florida woman was attacked by a 10-foot alligator while trimming trees
WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports | Fort Lauderdale
Sep 21, 2020 10:54 UTC. Read More

Dark Matter Surplus Captured by Hubble
SciTechDaily
Sep 21, 2020 10:40 UTC. Read More

At least 5 space rocks headed towards Earth this week, as Japan extends its Hayabusa2 asteroid-hunter mission
RT
Sep 21, 2020 09:55 UTC. Read More

New species of burrowing dinosaur found perfectly preserved in 'Cretaceous Pompeii'
Yahoo Lifestyle
Sep 21, 2020 09:09 UTC. Read More

Exotic Particles: Why There Is No Speed Limit in the Superfluid Universe
SciTechDaily
Sep 21, 2020 09:00 UTC. Read More

Why there is no speed limit in the superfluid universe
Phys.Org
Sep 21, 2020 09:00 UTC. Read More

Your cells look young for their age, compared to a chimp's
Phys.Org
Sep 21, 2020 07:22 UTC. Read More

How Much Life Would Be Required to Create the Phosphine Signal on Venus?
Universe Today
Sep 21, 2020 03:11 UTC. Read More

This Tuesday Is The 'Fall Equinox'. Here's What That Means
ScienceAlert
Sep 21, 2020 02:15 UTC. Read More

Starwatch: equinox, when the sun sits on the equator
The Guardian
Sep 20, 2020 20:30 UTC. Read More

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