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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 13 11356
Magnetars Can Crack Themselves Open and Bombard Earth with Gamma-Ray Flares, New Theory Suggests 0 Judi Lynn 12 hrs ago 12 hrs ago 4 245
New images from asteroid probe offer clues on planet formation 2 Jim__ 15 hrs ago 15 hrs ago 5 214
Cheap hydrogen? 11 CloudWatcher Monday Wednesday 1 398
Nasa confirms ocean moon mission 1 Judi Lynn Tuesday Wednesday 9 391
Christoffel symbols anyone (related to tensors)? 1 triron Monday Wednesday 1 278
A Brand New Type of Supernova Was Just Discovered 1 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 25 1192
Chandrayaan-2 successfully enters Moon's orbit, just days for landing 0 nitpicker Tuesday Tuesday 4 347
They've made a movie about the major league catcher assigned to assassinate Werner Heisenberg. 2 NNadir Aug 3 Monday 13 575
Earth's inner core is doing something weird 0 Eugene Monday Monday 9 709
SpaceX Starman Roadster completes its first orbit around the Sun 0 Eugene Monday Monday 0 214
Astronomy ambassadors to Chile: ALMA radio telescope 0 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 4 124
Nasa picks headquarters for Moon lander 0 nitpicker Monday Monday 4 349
Here's the stupid reason Elon Musk wants to nuke Mars 8 Eugene Saturday Sunday 2 652
Nuclear Reactor for Mars Outpost Could Be Ready to Fly by 2022 8 Judi Lynn Aug 12 Sunday 1 379
China's Hydrofluorocarbon Emissions for 2011−2017 5 NNadir Saturday Sunday 4 316
Scientists discover new pain-sensing organ 1 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 17 1082
Genetic study implicates humans in demise of prehistoric cave bear 1 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 9 261
Women Are Not Better at Multitasking. They Just Do More Work, Studies Show 3 Judi Lynn Aug 15 Saturday 17 641
Sagittarius A* Black Hole At The Center Of Milky Way Galaxy Suddenly Lights Up 2 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 4 391
Thousands of veterans fear "burn pits" exposed them to lethal disease 6 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 15 467
When it Comes to Gamma Radiation, the Moon is Actually Brighter Than the Sun 3 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 5 237
Scientists Find Evidence Of Ancient Meteorite Inside Fossilized Clams From Florida 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 6 227
Bagheera Kiplingi is a Predominantly Vegetarian Jumping Spider 4 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 3 236
There was an excellent chat among scientists this afternoon on CSPAN. 0 NNadir Saturday Saturday 6 397
'Mystery' volcano that cooled the ancient world traced to El Salvador 1 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 5 202
Biomass Derived Mesoporous Carbon for the Capture of Sulfur Dioxide. 0 NNadir Saturday Saturday 4 191
Key concepts for making informed choices 4 NNadir Aug 15 Friday 4 316
Were Neanderthals Getting Surfer's Ear From Diving for Seafood? 2 sl8 Friday Friday 4 402
Jupiter's Strange Core May Have Been Forged by a Colossal Head-On Crash 2 Judi Lynn Aug 14 Aug 15 9 366
Molecular Modeling of the Degradation of a Potential Direct Air CO2 Capture Resin. 0 NNadir Aug 15 Aug 15 0 153
Human-sized penguin fossil discovered in New Zealand 1 Judi Lynn Aug 14 Aug 14 3 186
AI used to test evolution's oldest mathematical model 0 Jim__ Aug 14 Aug 14 4 316
Methane on Mars Isn't Being Released by Wind Erosion 0 Judi Lynn Aug 14 Aug 14 4 269
Exomars: Parachute test failure threat to launch date 0 nitpicker Aug 14 Aug 14 1 214
Weird Star Slows Down Before 'Glitching,' and No One Knows Why 2 Judi Lynn Aug 13 Aug 13 3 362
Molten Salt Synthesis of a MAX Phase Derived Porous Carbon for Supercapacitors. 0 NNadir Aug 13 Aug 13 4 423
The Sun Produced a Powerful Interplanetary Shockwave--and It Shook the Whole Solar System 0 Eugene Aug 13 Aug 13 14 542
Space Dust from Ancient Supernova Found Hiding in Antarctica 1 Judi Lynn Aug 13 Aug 13 5 206
Supernova Cannon Expels Pulsar J0002 - Astronomy Picture of the Day 0 Ptah Aug 13 Aug 13 4 267
Fish recorded singing dawn chorus on reefs just like birds 8 Judi Lynn Aug 11 Aug 13 40 2050
How Venus Turned Into Hell, and How the Earth Is Next 0 Eugene Aug 13 Aug 13 15 756
Cloaked Black Hole Found Hidden Behind Gas Cloud in Early Universe 1 Judi Lynn Aug 12 Aug 12 6 298
The Obituary of Susan Eaton, from the Members of Her Lab. 5 NNadir Aug 11 Aug 12 16 532
Researchers discover oldest fossil forest in Asia 1 Judi Lynn Aug 12 Aug 12 8 381
A prehistory of blindness 0 Judi Lynn Aug 12 Aug 12 3 336
'Seagull Nebula': Telescope captures emission nebula shaped like a seagull, spanning 100 lights year 0 Judi Lynn Aug 12 Aug 12 7 302
How to Watch the 2019 Perseid Meteor Shower Live Online 0 Judi Lynn Aug 11 Aug 11 18 689
NASA's Next Big Space Telescope Aces Key Mirror Test (Video) 0 Judi Lynn Aug 11 Aug 11 6 209
Human microbiome churns out thousands of tiny novel proteins 1 sl8 Aug 11 Aug 11 6 388
July 2019 is the third worst July recorded at the Mauna Loa CO2 observatory in 60 years. 0 NNadir Aug 11 Aug 11 3 189
The World's Smartest Chimp Has Died. 6 elleng Aug 9 Aug 10 7 559
The World's Biggest Frogs Are So Chunky, They Shift Rocks to Build Their Own Ponds 2 Judi Lynn Aug 10 Aug 10 5 446
Something Just Smacked Jupiter and Here's the Photo to Prove It 12 Judi Lynn Aug 9 Aug 9 33 2366
NASA's Curiosity rover stumbled upon a Martian rock that tells an incredible story 3 Judi Lynn Aug 9 Aug 9 43 2906
Life May Be Common in the Milky Way, Thanks to Comet Swapping 0 Judi Lynn Aug 9 Aug 9 8 261
Determining the Flux of Anthropomorphic Iodine From Nuclear Power Plant Radioiodide Releases. 0 NNadir Aug 9 Aug 9 2 244
Think Empathy Is A Soft Skill? Think Again. Why You Need Empathy For Success 3 littlemissmartypants Aug 8 Aug 9 5 369
We Could Be Witnessing the Death of a Tectonic Plate, Says Earth Scientist 7 Judi Lynn Aug 7 Aug 8 15 841
In case anyone were wondering: Missing UK astrophysicist found dead in Greek island ravine 2 Judi Lynn Aug 8 Aug 8 4 621
Artificial tongue could taste whisky to make sure it isn't counterfeit 1 Judi Lynn Aug 7 Aug 8 3 207
Mysterious, Ancient Radio Signals Keep Pelting Earth. Astronomers Designed an AI to Hunt Them Down. 5 Judi Lynn Aug 7 Aug 7 15 767
NASA'S APOLLO 11 MOON ROCKS CAUGHT LYING ABOUT THEIR AGE 2 Judi Lynn Aug 7 Aug 7 6 472
Giant, active galaxies from the early universe may have finally been found 3 Judi Lynn Aug 7 Aug 7 8 365
A super-thin slice of wood can be used to turn saltwater drinkable 2 Judi Lynn Aug 7 Aug 7 26 1000
Hordes of Earth's toughest creatures may now be living on Moon 1 Soph0571 Aug 7 Aug 7 4 394
Critical deployment of NASA Webb's secondary mirror a success 0 sl8 Aug 7 Aug 7 3 226
Monster species of jellyfish invade South Korea coast 3 bronxiteforever Aug 6 Aug 7 5 433
Supergravity scientists share $3M US Breakthrough Prize 2 Judi Lynn Aug 7 Aug 7 8 298
How to stop a gull from stealing your food 3 Judi Lynn Aug 7 Aug 7 8 653
Aurora looks just as cool from space, as seen from the International Space Station 0 Judi Lynn Aug 7 Aug 7 8 340
Scientists grow bioengineered mini human livers to study therapies 0 Judi Lynn Aug 7 Aug 7 4 178
Thousands of Tardigrades Stranded on the Moon After Lunar Lander Crash 4 Judi Lynn Aug 6 Aug 7 10 667
Fossils of largest parrot ever recorded found in New Zealand 6 Eugene Aug 6 Aug 6 8 512
Live Now! SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Launching Amos-17 satellite at 7:23 p.m. EDT (2323 GMT) 2 Judi Lynn Aug 6 Aug 6 6 295
Hubble Captures Spiral Galaxy with 'Barrier' of Dust (Photo) 1 Judi Lynn Aug 6 Aug 6 5 383
New Stars on the Cosmic Block Are Fast, Bright and Pulsating 1 Judi Lynn Aug 6 Aug 6 3 196
Still blocked from Hawaii peak, telescope seeks Spain permit 5 Judi Lynn Aug 5 Aug 6 3 359
Scientists Find a Boiling, Toxic Wasteland of an Exoplanet, and It's Shaped Like a Football 4 Judi Lynn Aug 4 Aug 6 4 535
An interesting dramatization of scientific research: The Comet 2 hunter Aug 5 Aug 5 4 376
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