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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 12 10496
Wow. I just got my hands on the Farm Hall Transcripts, annotated by Jeremy Bernstein. 11 NNadir 15 hrs ago 7 hrs ago 8 773
How to see 2018's brightest comet (earthsky.org) 0 eppur_se_muova 10 hrs ago 10 hrs ago 8 335
The Draco Constellation 1 Judi Lynn 19 hrs ago 16 hrs ago 3 358
t's Official: A Lander Is Headed to The Far Side of The Moon 5 Judi Lynn 23 hrs ago 20 hrs ago 6 295
Chang'e-4: China mission launches to far side of Moon 1 Eugene Friday 22 hrs ago 2 161
Cockatoos use tools to make music 0 Judi Lynn 22 hrs ago 22 hrs ago 14 557
Common Kitchen Chemical Found to Have Effect on Penis Size 6 TexasTowelie Yesterday 22 hrs ago 4 945
Astronomers Think They've Figured Out the Raging Swirls of Gas Around Supermassive Black Holes 3 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 10 311
December Full Moon 2018: The 'Cold Moon' Marks the Start of Winter 0 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 5 251
Cancer DNA Binds to Gold. That Could Lead to New Cancer Blood Test. 0 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 9 297
This Galaxy Pic from the Hubble Telescope Shows How Astronauts Fixed Its Vision 25 Years Ago 3 Judi Lynn Yesterday Yesterday 8 423
Chinese deep sea base will be run entirely by artificially intelligent robots 3 LongTomH Friday Yesterday 6 274
The 'great dying': rapid warming caused largest extinction event ever, report says 4 Eugene Thursday Yesterday 5 327
Running on water added to gecko's impressive list of capabilities 1 Judi Lynn Friday Yesterday 8 314
NASA's InSight Mars Lander 'Hears' Martian Wind, a Cosmic First 1 Judi Lynn Friday Yesterday 7 226
Doctors Aren't Sure How This Even Came Out of a Patient 9 HAB911 Friday Yesterday 13 1032
NASA's Mars InSight Flexes Its Arm - It has a six foot arm! 1 KelleyKramer Friday Friday 5 259
New study suggests Alzheimer's is not one disease but six different conditions 4 Judi Lynn Thursday Friday 22 1116
This message was self-deleted by its author 1 JHan Friday Friday 1 252
Scientists Have Captured a Giant, 'Mythical' Siren Species in Florida 1 Judi Lynn Thursday Friday 7 614
An Astronaut Spotted a Soyuz Crew Launch from Space and the Video Is AMAZING! 2 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 8 486
A Helium Tail Trails This Fluffy Alien Planet 0 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 4 180
Building Gas Stations and McMurdo Scale Outposts on the Moon 3 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 1 201
Dark matter and dark energy may really be one "dark fluid" with negative mass 7 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 6 249
15 Bird Faces That Will Make You Smile 3 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 20 814
'Blueberries' on Mars Have a Watery Past. But Scientists Are Still Baffled. 1 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 4 369
World's Oldest Wild Bird Just Laid Another Dang Egg 1 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 20 450
While You Weren't Looking, Engineers Combined a Plane and a Blimp to Make a Plimp Airship 15 Judi Lynn Tuesday Thursday 17 1789
The colourful world of Australian sea urchins 0 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 5 244
Technique inspired by dolphin chirps could improve tests of soft materials 0 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 3 110
New study explains creation of deadly California 'firenado' 0 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 4 205
New SPECULOOS Telescope Sees First Light. Soon it'll be Seeing Habitable Planets Around Ultra-Cool S 0 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 8 147
Rare Rainfall in the Atacama Is Deadly for Its Tiniest Inhabitants 0 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 4 128
Refractive Lens for Extreme UV Radiation Discovered. 0 NNadir Wednesday Wednesday 7 413
All you need to know: Geminid meteor shower in 2018 (earthsky.org) 0 eppur_se_muova Wednesday Wednesday 5 230
Chinese scientist who claimed controversial human gene editing is reportedly missing 0 Eugene Wednesday Wednesday 2 181
Spacewatch: Nasa to launch new crewed craft in 2019 2 Judi Lynn Monday Wednesday 4 211
Bringing balance to the universe: New theory could explain missing 95 percent of the cosmos 1 BootinUp Wednesday Wednesday 6 483
Large Magellanic Cloud: Nearby Satellite Dwarf Galaxy 1 Judi Lynn Tuesday Wednesday 2 133
4 Gravitational-Wave Detections Include Largest, Most Distant Black Hole Crash Ever 1 Judi Lynn Tuesday Wednesday 5 285
4 Gravitational-Wave Detections Include Largest, Most Distant Black Hole Crash Ever 2 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 8 309
Stargazer Scopes Out the Cosmos with a Mobile Planetarium (Photo) 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 3 131
SpaceX Just Misses Catching Rocket Nose Cone -- But Still Plans to Reuse It 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 4 175
Here's How Much Starlight Has Been Created Since the Beginning of the Universe 2 Judi Lynn Monday Tuesday 9 355
Sculptor Unknowingly Poisons Herself with Her Own Art 5 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 9 819
Thriving Plateau Region That Slipped Beneath North Sea 8,000 Years Ago Reveals Its Secrets 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 13 443
For elusive Javan rhinos, camera traps are a benevolent Big Brother 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 5 182
Dolphins watched 'Spongebob Squarepants' and 'Planet Earth' for science 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 7 262
Three become six as new 'nauts arrive for a visit to the ISS 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 1 138
Lasers, Crystals and 36,000 Worms Will Ride a SpaceX Dragon to Space Station 0 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 4 141
The Molecular Biology of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Involves Sugar Chemistry. 0 NNadir Monday Monday 4 257
International Space Station's spherical flying robot speaks up for the first time 2 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 4 332
OSIRIS-REx spacecraft reaches Bennu, and it will bring a piece of the asteroid back to Earth 1 TexasTowelie Monday Monday 4 190
Antarctic Island Exploded 4,000 Years Ago 1 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 5 348
This Strange Hum Circled the Whole World. But Nobody Heard It. 3 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 15 631
2 major space exploration events today: lift-off of a new crew for the Int'l Space Station.. 2 Princess Turandot Monday Monday 9 248
New App Lets People Listen To Orca Sounds From The Pacific 1 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 6 171
Black Holes Are Not Shaped Like Donuts And Actually Resemble Water Fountains 0 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 7 256
Soar Over NASA's InSight Landing Site on Mars in This Stunning Video 1 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 16 1179
Einstein's Theory of General Relativity Just Survived a Massive Crash in Outer Space 1 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 3 401
InSight lander sets power record on its first full day on Mars 0 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 6 297
Spinning Grains of Cosmic Dust Could Explain Weird Signals at the North Pole 1 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 2 179
Here's What Photosynthesis Sounds Like Underwater 0 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 7 189
Cosmic Airburst May Have Wiped Out Part of the Middle East 3,700 Years Ago 11 Judi Lynn Nov 28 Sunday 17 668
The Most Amazing Space Photos This Week! 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 8 496
Pentavalent States Observed in Curium, Berkelium and Californium. 5 NNadir Dec 1 Sunday 3 535
Nobel Laureate and Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Survivor Osamu Himomura Has Died. 2 NNadir Dec 1 Sunday 7 303
Small asteroid to sweep close this weekend (earthsky.org) 2 eppur_se_muova Dec 1 Dec 1 3 313
Nature Editorial for Scientists: Beware the rise of the radical right 2 NNadir Nov 30 Dec 1 5 439
Spider Milk Is Real and Their Babies Love It, New Study Shows 2 Eugene Nov 30 Nov 30 5 553
Mars Panorama - Curiosity rover: Martian solar day 2082 (high res) 2 JHan Nov 30 Nov 30 6 529
Back in Action! Recovered Hubble Telescope Nabs Nifty New Picture 3 Judi Lynn Nov 28 Nov 30 19 752
Success of Tiny Mars Probes Heralds New Era of Deep-Space Cubesats 0 Judi Lynn Nov 29 Nov 29 9 225
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria found on space station toilet 2 sl8 Nov 29 Nov 29 6 399
NIST atomic clocks now keep time well enough to improve models of Earth 1 Jim__ Nov 29 Nov 29 9 310
Myth and Spaceflight - Celebrating science and Tucson on the eve of asteroid contact 0 Ptah Nov 29 Nov 29 6 219
No, Mars InSight Won't Be Searching for Alien Life. Here's What It IS Looking For. 0 Judi Lynn Nov 28 Nov 28 5 418
On This Day in Space! Nov. 27, 1885: Astronomer Captures 1st Known Photo of a Meteor 1 Judi Lynn Nov 28 Nov 28 2 192
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