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Rescuing the Great Barrier Reef: how much can be saved, and how can we do it?
The Guardian
Apr 05, 2020 04:53 UTC. Read More

NASA lays out its plans for building a long-term moon base
Digital Trends
Apr 05, 2020 01:36 UTC. Read More

One Gnarly Big Supermoon in April for Oregon, Washington, Coast
Beachconnection.net
Apr 05, 2020 01:24 UTC. Read More

Space Photos of the Week: Awesome Planets and Ancient Gods
WIRED
Apr 04, 2020 20:07 UTC. Read More

NASA's new Jupiter image is stunning
Mashable
Apr 04, 2020 14:34 UTC. Read More

Huge asteroid 1998 OR2 will zip harmlessly by Earth April 29. See the latest telescope photos.
Space.com
Apr 04, 2020 12:37 UTC. Read More

Scientists Discover Two Mating Flies Trapped in Amber 40 Million Years Ago
ScienceAlert
Apr 04, 2020 12:29 UTC. Read More

NASA's Perseverance Mars rover gets its wheels and air brakes
Phys.Org
Apr 04, 2020 10:42 UTC. Read More

Video: Astronauts participate in Crew Dragon launch day dress rehearsal
Spaceflight Now
Apr 04, 2020 07:44 UTC. Read More

Photos: Astronauts train to ride a Dragon into space
Spaceflight Now
Apr 04, 2020 05:14 UTC. Read More

These mating flies have been doing the nasty for 41 million years
BGR
Apr 04, 2020 03:21 UTC. Read More

Crew training continues for SpaceX's first launch with astronauts
Spaceflight Now
Apr 04, 2020 03:10 UTC. Read More

Third SpaceX Starship Prototype Crumples Under Testing
The Motley Fool
Apr 04, 2020 01:47 UTC. Read More

Local News DIY face masks: How effective are they compared to surgical masks?
KSTU FOX 13 Salt Lake City
Apr 04, 2020 00:54 UTC. Read More

SpaceX Starship prototype explodes during pressure testing
BGR
Apr 04, 2020 00:21 UTC. Read More

Discovery of Living Microbes Deep Beneath the Seafloor Offers Hope for Life on Mars
Gizmodo
Apr 03, 2020 23:47 UTC. Read More

Three Square opening one-day emergency food distribution site in Pahrump
News3LV
Apr 03, 2020 23:39 UTC. Read More

When to see the 'Full Pink Moon,' the biggest and brightest supermoon of the year
AZCentral
Apr 03, 2020 23:13 UTC. Read More

NASA’s Mars helicopter is ready for launch
Teslarati
Apr 03, 2020 22:39 UTC. Read More

Scientists Discover Deep-Sea Bacteria Has a Metabolism Unlike Anything We've Seen Before
ScienceAlert
Apr 03, 2020 22:23 UTC. Read More

Remains of a 90-million-year-old rainforest discovered beneath Antarctic ice, study says
CBS News
Apr 03, 2020 21:37 UTC. Read More

Upgrade your seating with a Respawn-120 racing-style gaming chair for 52% off
CNET
Apr 03, 2020 21:29 UTC. Read More

Northrop Grumman making good progress toward OmegA's first launch
NASASpaceflight.com
Apr 03, 2020 21:05 UTC. Read More

NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover Gets Its Wheels and Air Brakes
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Apr 03, 2020 20:44 UTC. Read More

Interstellar Comet Borisov Just Lost a Chunk
Gizmodo
Apr 03, 2020 20:40 UTC. Read More

SpaceX Starship Prototype Collapses in Third Failed Test
Gizmodo
Apr 03, 2020 19:08 UTC. Read More

New laser technique will allow more powerful—and smaller—particle accelerators
Phys.Org
Apr 03, 2020 19:04 UTC. Read More

Deep-sea tube worms get an assist from methane-eating bacteria
The Verge
Apr 03, 2020 18:59 UTC. Read More

Hubble captures unique ‘cannibal’ galaxy in amazing image
Fox News
Apr 03, 2020 18:59 UTC. Read More

A Universe of Possibilities to Explore at Home on This Week @ – April 3, 2020
Niska Officiel
Apr 03, 2020 18:50 UTC. Read More

Scientists have created a new type of robot that is literally alive
Mic
Apr 03, 2020 18:46 UTC. Read More

5 reasons why the James Webb Space Telescope is such a big deal
Mnn.com
Apr 03, 2020 18:20 UTC. Read More

1,400-year-old mystery of strange 'red sign' in Japan's sky solved
Livescience.com
Apr 03, 2020 18:05 UTC. Read More

Scientists Are Printing Living "Xenobots" out of Biological Cells
Futurism
Apr 03, 2020 17:22 UTC. Read More

Photos: Venus and the Pleiades prepare to meet Astronomy Essentials
EarthSky
Apr 03, 2020 16:49 UTC. Read More

WATCH fireball so bright it shook the ground in Croatia ‘I thought it was an earthquake’
Express
Apr 03, 2020 15:04 UTC. Read More

Nasa is running a knock-out photography competition featuring pictures of Earth taken from space
Daily Mail
Apr 03, 2020 14:57 UTC. Read More

'Missing link' black hole discovered by astronomers
New York Post
Apr 03, 2020 14:49 UTC. Read More

NASA details how it plans to establish a sustained human presence on the Moon
TechCrunch
Apr 03, 2020 14:46 UTC. Read More

Using scattered light to map nerve fiber pathway crossing points in the brain
Phys.Org
Apr 03, 2020 14:44 UTC. Read More

Lucy had an ape-like brain: Three-million-year-old brain imprints show that Australopithecus afarensis infants may have had a long dependence on caregivers
Science Daily
Apr 03, 2020 13:34 UTC. Read More

Ancient humans are having a moment. Here are the fascinating new things we've learned this week about our ancestors
CNN
Apr 03, 2020 13:24 UTC. Read More

Ancient Hominin Skeleton Holds Clues To How Our Ancestors Grew Up
Ancient Origins
Apr 03, 2020 13:03 UTC. Read More

90-Million-Year-Old Fossilized Rainforest Discovered in Antarctica Paleoclimatology, Paleontology
Sci-News.com
Apr 03, 2020 12:57 UTC. Read More

North Atlantic's capacity to absorb CO2 overestimated, study suggests
The Guardian
Apr 03, 2020 12:42 UTC. Read More

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