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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 17 32479
This week in space: Zombie stars and the corporatization of the galaxy 1 Judi Lynn 19 hrs ago 19 hrs ago 3 264
Perseverance is off on its first science mission! 0 soothsayer 22 hrs ago 22 hrs ago 4 252
828 Underground Nuclear Tests, Plutonium Migration in Nevada, Dunning, Kruger, Strawmen, and Tunnels 2 NNadir Saturday Yesterday 2 541
I dont see why the moderators here continue to let someone push RW talking points 0 Eko Yesterday Yesterday 0 228
NASA to land payloads on the far side of the Moon for the first time 1 Judi Lynn Saturday Yesterday 6 517
Astronomers find blinking giant star near heart of Milky Way 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 12 445
How Scientifically Accurate Is The Jurassic Park T.Rex? 1 YoshidaYui Saturday Saturday 2 640
The world of two-dimensional carbides and nitrides (MXenes) 2 NNadir Thursday Saturday 1 272
Mars, the scariest planet 2 prodigitalson Friday Saturday 3 522
Glacier Night Sky Webcam 0 Ptah Saturday Saturday 7 356
Physicists dream big with an idea for a particle collider on the moon 3 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 2 362
NASAPersevere -Mapping out a path in my search for signs of ancient life: after my first campaign to 1 soothsayer Friday Friday 7 282
Listen guys, I hate to tell you this, but you've got missing planes. 8 NNadir Wednesday Thursday 2 1086
Mars Report🔴 SuperCam features a rock-vaporizing laser, camera, and microphone that helps @NASAPerse 0 soothsayer Thursday Thursday 6 328
Splashy plans: SpaceX foresees water launches/landings 0 TexasTowelie Thursday Thursday 4 433
Forget wearables: Future washable smart clothes powered by Wi-Fi will monitor your health 5 Jim__ Wednesday Wednesday 0 392
@NASAPersevere It's time to start my search for ancient microbial life. I'm heading south to survey 1 soothsayer Wednesday Wednesday 2 252
Spacecraft buzzes Jupiter's mega moon, 1st close-up in years 1 left-of-center2012 Wednesday Wednesday 4 359
Boy gets burned by wet cement in rare case 2 Judi Lynn Tuesday Wednesday 7 770
New Pictures of Ganymede, Thanks to Juno 0 soothsayer Wednesday Wednesday 3 399
Relativity Space's reusable Terran R rocket can be 3D-printed in 60 days 1 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 3 372
Watch: 11 Live Streams Of Thursday's Breathtaking 'Ring Of Fire' Solar Eclipse On YouTube And Facebo 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 4 418
Where a star is born 2 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 15 686
Interstellar mission powered by lasers 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 3 295
Australia's largest dinosaur identified as new species 1 left-of-center2012 Tuesday Wednesday 3 368
Better'n dynamite 1 Warpy Tuesday Tuesday 5 536
📸 Behold, Ganymede! #JunoMission conducted historic flybys of Jupiter's largest moon and captured th 3 soothsayer Tuesday Tuesday 11 438
#MarsHelicopter completed its 7th flight and second within its operations demo phase. It flew for 62 2 soothsayer Tuesday Tuesday 7 371
Former NASA Astronaut Explains How Hygiene Is Different in Space WIRED 5 YoshidaYui Jun 6 Tuesday 1 564
'Wandering meatloaf' creature has teeth of iron 12 Judi Lynn Jun 1 Tuesday 9 1007
Researchers create new optical biosensor to detect cancer 1 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 7 365
Bizarre and Beautiful Coral Reef Animals 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 6 398
How and when to watch the solar eclipse on Thursday 1 Judi Lynn Monday Tuesday 8 705
Picture of Chesapeake microplastics grows clearer. 2 elleng Monday Monday 3 463
Ultra-high-density hard drives made with graphene store ten times more data 8 Jim__ Monday Monday 9 694
Former NASA Astronaut Explains How Sleep Is Different in Space WIRED 2 YoshidaYui Monday Monday 5 816
Bill Nye Answers Science Questions From Twitter Tech Support WIRED 0 YoshidaYui Jun 6 Jun 6 0 285
Thinking Like an Octopus 3 Judi Lynn Jun 6 Jun 6 7 517
An Alaska glacier hurtles downhill in a rare exhibition of 'this amazing science' 0 Judi Lynn Jun 6 Jun 6 12 862
Extraction of Desalinated Water from Brine with Diisopropyl and Tripropyl amines. 0 NNadir Jun 5 Jun 5 4 598
Giant planets live in the suburbs (earthsky.org) 1 eppur_se_muova Jun 5 Jun 5 2 659
Webb Space Telescope launch delayed (earthsky.org) 0 eppur_se_muova Jun 5 Jun 5 2 303
A "potentially hazardous" asteroid the size of a skyscraper is zooming past Earth today 3 Judi Lynn Jun 1 Jun 4 1 793
Neptune. God of the sea 7 prodigitalson Jun 3 Jun 4 0 762
In case any science professionals here are looking for a job - ISO: MLS or Researcher with... 0 Lisa0825 Jun 4 Jun 4 3 445
Nasa plans return to Venus with two missions by 2030 0 Judi Lynn Jun 4 Jun 4 4 269
Ancient tsunami could have wiped out Scottish cities today, study finds 0 Judi Lynn Jun 4 Jun 4 8 486
Gambling on Innovation 1 NNadir Jun 2 Jun 3 2 419
NEW MISSIONS AHEAD!🥳@NASA has selected the VERITAS & DAVINCI+ Discovery Program proposals as mission 1 soothsayer Jun 2 Jun 2 6 471
@NASAMars: It's a great day to be a Martian! 0 soothsayer Jun 2 Jun 2 10 497
A 10 per cent increase in global land evapotranspiration from 2003 to 2019 1 NNadir May 28 Jun 2 3 555
Chinese Comparison: CO2 Emissions of Plug-In Hybrid and Gasoline Cars Based On Grid Power Sources. 4 NNadir May 31 Jun 2 1 751
'Scary stuff': International Space Station robotic arm struck by space junk 1 muriel_volestrangler Jun 1 Jun 1 5 658
Salvaging Fossils on the Jurassic Coast (hakaimagazine.com) 3 eppur_se_muova May 31 Jun 1 7 628
Electric cars better for climate in 95% of the world 0 Eko May 31 May 31 10 527
NASA's Curiosity Rover Captures Shining Clouds on Mars 0 turbinetree May 31 May 31 13 604
Earth's Underground Worlds May Run on Radioactive Decay (Atlantic) 5 eppur_se_muova May 30 May 31 16 1011
Rare fossils in Waukesha 1 getting old in mke May 31 May 31 14 708
How a Venus flytrap knows to snap shut (earthsky.org) 3 eppur_se_muova May 30 May 31 3 536
How shrinking planets might explain missing planets (earthsky.org) 0 eppur_se_muova May 30 May 30 3 378
The Sun's atmosphere is hundreds of times hotter than its surface - here's why (Conversation) 1 eppur_se_muova May 30 May 30 6 446
Science Editorial: Managing Colorado River Risk. 2 NNadir May 29 May 29 3 477
Tiny traces of DNA found in cave dust may unlock secret life of Neanderthals 17 muriel_volestrangler May 16 May 29 31 2070
Fluffy ball of darkinos could be lurking at the center of the Milky Way 2 Judi Lynn May 27 May 29 6 619
A dead battery dilemma 17 NNadir May 29 May 29 26 2383
NASA releases stunning new pic of Milky Way's 'downtown' 3 Judi Lynn May 29 May 29 34 1350
New map shows how dark matter "bridges" tether galaxies 1 Judi Lynn May 29 May 29 9 473
Curiosity rover on Mars spotted from space as it climbs 'Mont Mercou' (video) 6 Judi Lynn May 24 May 28 26 3646
10 mind-boggling things you should know about quantum physics 5 Judi Lynn May 28 May 28 11 787
Madagascar may be a secret stronghold for 'living fossil' fish 2 Judi Lynn May 28 May 28 14 905
Divisive COVID 'lab leak' debate prompts dire warnings from researchers 0 NNadir May 27 May 27 2 678
Just keep flying 🚁 #MarsHelicopter completed its 6th flight. 0 soothsayer May 27 May 27 4 394
Humans Could Live Up to 150 Years, New Research Suggests 7 Jim__ May 26 May 27 7 1019
Gamma rays 10 times more energetic than thought possible detected 2 Judi Lynn May 25 May 27 6 541
Neuroscientists Have Followed a Thought as It Moves Through The Human Brain 11 Judi Lynn May 18 May 26 44 5647
Commercial space clean-up service could be ready in 2024 1 Judi Lynn May 26 May 26 1 581
Food scraps recycled into materials stronger than concrete, yet edible 2 Judi Lynn May 25 May 26 2 529
Gravitational wave 'memories' could help us find elusive cosmic strings 0 Judi Lynn May 26 May 26 4 377
Exquisite fossils unearthed in Inner Mongolia reveal how peas got their hard coat 0 Judi Lynn May 26 May 26 8 558
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