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Astronomers release spectacular survey of the distant Universe 10 n2doc Jun 28 Jun 29 16 719
NASA completes final test of SLS boosters before first launch 4 Eugene Jun 28 Jun 28 6 543
Hubble views the iridescent interior of a starburst galaxy 3 Judi Lynn Jun 27 Jun 28 19 645
One-Week Countdown Begins for Juno Mission's Daring Arrival at Jupiter 1 Eugene Jun 27 Jun 27 9 422
Here's why there are no monkeys native to North America 6 Judi Lynn Jun 18 Jun 27 24 1116
Solved: the mystery of where feathers, fur and scales come from 3 Eugene Jun 26 Jun 27 24 684
One-third of the world cannot see the Milky Way -- why that matters 7 NWCorona Jun 13 Jun 26 23 1116
China on Schedule for Launch This Year of 2nd Space Station 0 Eugene Jun 26 Jun 26 5 348
First proposed human test of CRISPR passes initial safety review 0 progressoid Jun 26 Jun 26 3 450
Remains of mammoth uncovered in Mexico 2 Judi Lynn Jun 25 Jun 26 5 389
For the Endangered American Eel, A Long, Slippery Road to Recovery 2 Judi Lynn Jun 25 Jun 26 9 424
Did you have some bad shrimp or are you just happy to see me 5 Judi Lynn Jun 25 Jun 26 6 630
This Year’s Summer Solstice Comes With a Rare Strawberry Moon 2 Judi Lynn Jun 20 Jun 25 31 892
It looks like a takeout container, but it might be our best bet to fight Zika. 1 eridani Jun 25 Jun 25 11 580
Rare Spix's Macaw seen in Brazil for first time in 15 years 5 n2doc Jun 25 Jun 25 10 532
New Horizons Finds a 'Super Grand Canyon' on Pluto's Largest Moon 4 Eugene Jun 24 Jun 25 10 531
J.O.I. (Jupiter Orbital Insertion) 9 NeoGreen Jun 24 Jun 24 7 604
'3Doodler' Pen Lets You Draw 3D-Printed Creations in Midair 5 Bill USA Jun 23 Jun 24 10 534
Hubble Imagery Confirms New Dark Spot on Neptune 4 PJMcK Jun 24 Jun 24 10 511
Scientists want to use bacteria to clean up oil spills - and it could actually work 3 Judi Lynn Jun 23 Jun 24 5 381
Earth’s Magnetic Field Is Weakening And We Don’t Know Why 32 n2doc Jun 2 Jun 23 37 2465
Caribbean Sea's Curious 'Whistle' Detected from Space 1 Judi Lynn Jun 23 Jun 23 4 392
Solar Impulse completes Atlantic crossing with landing in Seville 1 nitpicker Jun 23 Jun 23 15 447
An ocean for Pluto and a thinner ice shell on Enceladus 1 Eugene Jun 22 Jun 23 8 341
South Pole Rescue Flight of 2 Sick Workers Leaves Antarctica 1 Eugene Jun 22 Jun 22 2 283
The Mistrust of Science 9 progressoid Jun 15 Jun 22 8 635
The Role of Rocks in the Civil War 5 struggle4progress Jun 19 Jun 22 9 605
Do Cell Phones Cause Cancer? Probably, but It's Complicated 2 jakeXT Jun 21 Jun 22 11 509
New crop varieties 'can't keep up with global warming' 2 nitpicker Jun 21 Jun 22 9 524
Timeline of Juno Jupiter Orbit Insertion events 2 NeoGreen Jun 21 Jun 21 7 313
Scientists crack mystery of Venus’s vanished water: How electric wind blows oxygen out of the atmosp 1 Eugene Jun 21 Jun 21 11 514
Rare Newborn Planet May Be the Youngest Ever Detected 0 Eugene Jun 21 Jun 21 5 385
Unexpected Excess of Giant Planets in Star Cluster Messier 67 1 Judi Lynn Jun 21 Jun 21 8 460
Seeking the Summer Solstice 2 pokerfan Jun 20 Jun 20 3 378
Planet 9 ‘stolen’ by our Sun 1 Judi Lynn Jun 20 Jun 20 8 548
Amazing Hubble photo of Sagittarius 3 Judi Lynn Jun 20 Jun 20 21 849
Solar Impulse sets off on 90-hour Atlantic crossing 2 nitpicker Jun 20 Jun 20 8 624
Release the Kraken! 6 WillParkinson Jun 18 Jun 20 13 787
Hubble resolves globular cluster in the Large Magellanic Cloud 1 Judi Lynn Jun 20 Jun 20 5 380
Blue Origin Aces 4th Reusable Rocket Launch (and Landing) in Live Webcast 4 Eugene Jun 19 Jun 19 9 472
New paper claims that the EM Drive doesn't defy Newton's 3rd law after all 28 n2doc Jun 16 Jun 19 13 1099
Gravitational Waves From Colliding Black Holes Shake Scientists' Detectors Again 5 cpwm17 Jun 15 Jun 19 17 519
Did you know that planet Earth has two moons? The other one is asteroid "2016 HO3". 14 DetlefK Jun 16 Jun 19 9 768
Blue Origin to launch rocket Sunday 10:15am EST, webcast 9:45am 4 edbermac Jun 18 Jun 19 5 410
New lizard species found in the Dominican Republic 1 Judi Lynn Jun 18 Jun 18 4 287
Blind Mexican catfish species spotted in the US for the first time 0 Judi Lynn Jun 18 Jun 18 2 285
Astronomers Find Unusually Large Number Of Hot Jupiters In Dense Star Cluster 0 Eugene Jun 18 Jun 18 4 261
UK astronaut Tim Peake returns to Earth 0 n2doc Jun 18 Jun 18 7 312
Climate change and human impact made South America’s giant beasts extinct; New study opposes ‘Blitzk 0 Judi Lynn Jun 18 Jun 18 13 556
UK astronaut Tim Peake prepares for return to Earth 0 nitpicker Jun 17 Jun 17 3 323
The Incredible Story of NASA’s Forgotten ‘Rocket Girls’ 9 Sancho Jun 16 Jun 16 17 866
It took centuries, but we now know the size of the Universe 49 Judi Lynn Jun 13 Jun 16 38 5425
Scientists just detected this life-forming molecule in interstellar space for the first time 5 Judi Lynn Jun 15 Jun 16 24 886
Monkeys in South America are almost all colour blind and no one knows why 1 Judi Lynn Jun 15 Jun 15 3 209
SpaceX Launches Satellites, Narrowly Misses Rocket Landing at Sea 0 Eugene Jun 15 Jun 15 2 275
Scientists discover a giant planet that orbits two suns – and could have habitab 4 Eugene Jun 13 Jun 15 7 645
Octopuses Are Aliens With Weird DNA And Superpower Capabilities 17 NWCorona Jun 15 Jun 15 27 1188
SpaceX to launch 2 satellites/landing attempt June 15, 10:29am EST 3 edbermac Jun 14 Jun 15 4 420
We Finally Know Why Birds Are So Freakishly Smart 28 pokerfan Jun 13 Jun 14 76 2783
Bionic leaf turns sunlight into liquid fuel 4 progressoid Jun 7 Jun 14 5 421
Light-matter interplay probed: Physicists achieve quantum Hall state with light: mindblowing article 1 Bill USA Jun 13 Jun 14 10 434
The inherent difficulty of Science 17 Electric Monk May 30 Jun 13 25 1171
Second layer of information in DNA confirmed 28 progressoid Jun 9 Jun 13 57 2727
How about some brainstorming how to make better schools? 4 DetlefK Jun 13 Jun 13 3 342
Ancient star chart from Nara tomb sees light of day—briefly 1 yuiyoshida Jun 11 Jun 12 15 635
Twelve Boreholes on Mars... 7 NeoGreen Jun 6 Jun 11 33 2380
Delta IV rocket set to launch at 1:51pm EST 3 edbermac Jun 11 Jun 11 4 475
Solar Impulse flies over night-time New York 1 nitpicker Jun 11 Jun 11 8 375
The indescribable beauty of monarch butterflies filling the sky (video) 3 Judi Lynn Jun 10 Jun 10 9 424
LISA Pathfinder Surpasses Expectations (Sky & Telescope) 1 eppur_se_muova Jun 10 Jun 10 2 307
Dual Supernovae Light Up June Nights (Sky&Telescope) 0 eppur_se_muova Jun 10 Jun 10 6 374
Japanese scientists name atomic element 113 ‘nihonium’ 14 yuiyoshida Jun 8 Jun 9 5 894
Animal Rescue Update: Sea Turtle Week 0 elleng Jun 9 Jun 9 2 218
I WOULDN'T WANT TO KISS ONE... 6 yuiyoshida Jun 3 Jun 9 14 1668
5,000 year old tree in Scotland is changing gender, a rare and unusual phenomenon 21 Agnosticsherbet Jun 7 Jun 8 17 1068
Origin of mystery deep-sea 'mushroom' revealed 5 n2doc Jun 7 Jun 8 22 1060
Walter Kohn has died. 11 NNadir Jun 6 Jun 8 33 1519
Ancestral Remains of Mysterious ‘Hobbit’ Species Uncovered on Indonesian Island 1 Eugene Jun 8 Jun 8 5 550
Mammals began their takeover long before the death of the dinosaurs 0 muriel_volestrangler Jun 8 Jun 8 8 319
Black holes offer a way to another universe, Stephen Hawking says in newly-published paper 3 n2doc Jun 7 Jun 7 9 499
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