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50 years ago, someone decided it would be OK to fire Apollo 12 through a rain cloud. Awks, or just 'SCE to Aux'?


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NASA boffins tackle Nazi alien in space – with the help of Native American tribal elders


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We're not trying to be rude here but... there's an ice giant stripping down, emitting gas as it orbits a hot white dwarf


The Register - Published

To Prevent Deadly Infections, F.D.A. Approves the First Disposable ‘Scope’

Reusable duodenoscopes infected patients in a series of notorious outbreaks. Now there’s a disposable model to be used just once.
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And now for this evening's space weather report. We've got a hotspot of satellite-wrecking 'killer electrons' in the outer Van Allen belt...


The Register - Published

'Lost' iron meteorites may lurk beneath Antarctic ice. Scientists are on a quest to find them.

Scientists are scouring the remote Antarctic ice cap for rare meteorites chock-full of iron and holding secrets to the history of our solar system going back some 4.5 billion years. 
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Hubble captures amazing photos of Comet Borisov speeding past our sun

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captured the comet 21/Borisov zooming through our solar system at a breakneck speed of 175,000 kilometers per hour.
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Frail Older Patients Struggle After Even Minor Operations

These patients are not aware of the true risks, and surgeons aren’t telling them, new research suggests.
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Rocket Lab ends year by cutting ribbon on first launchpad in the US


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Grisly discovery: Human teeth were used as prehistoric jewelry

Archaeologists have shed new light on two 8,500-year-old human teeth that once formed part of a necklace or a bracelet.
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Nature’s Best Poetry of 2019: Clouds

Every day, members of the Cloud Appreciation Society post photos of the sky from around the world. This is why they stop to look up.
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The Annual Geminid Meteor Shower Peaks This Weekend. Here’s How to See it


TIME - Published

World's Deepest Land Canyon Discovered in Antarctica

Scientists have announced that the world's deepest land canyon has been discovered in Antarctica, deep beneath a glacier, stretching down almost 2.2 miles below sea level.
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1,700-year-old Christian basilica discovered in Ethiopia

Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of a 1,700-year-old Christian basilica in Ethiopia.
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Nurses sleep less before a scheduled shift, hindering patient care and safety

Nurses sleep nearly an hour and a half less before work days compared to days off, which hurts patient care and safety, finds a new study.
Science Daily - Published

People willing to risk near-certain death for an HIV cure

People willing to risk near-certain death for an HIV cure; protecting individuals and families in genetic and psychiatric research, considerations for including pregnant women in research.
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Breakthrough in Zika virus vaccine

Researchers have made significant advances in developing a novel vaccine against Zika virus, which could potentially lead to global elimination of the disease.
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Perinatal exposure to flame retardant alters epigenome, predisposing metabolic disease

A new study showed that environmentally relevant exposure to polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE), a brominated flame retardant, through the umbilical cord and breast milk permanently changed liver..
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New study enhances knowledge about widespread diseases

When proteins in the brain form deposits consisting of insoluble aggregates, diseases such as Alzheimer's or Parkinson's can occur. Now a research team has come a step closer to understanding this..
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Synthetic nanopores made from DNA

A scientific collaboration has resulted in the construction of a synthetic DNA nanopore capable of selectively translocating protein-size macromolecules across lipid bilayers.
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Moongoose females compete over reproduction

A new study on wild banded mongooses reveals that females may use spontaneous abortion to cope with reproductive competition, and to save their energy for future breeding attempts in better conditions.
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Study probing visual memory, amblyopia unveils many-layered mystery

Scientists pinpionted the role of a receptor in the plasticity underlying the degradation of vision in the common childhood condition amblyopia, but expected that receptor would play a bigger role in..
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Bone bandage soaks up pro-healing biochemical to accelerate repair

Researchers have engineered a patch or bandage that captures a pro-healing molecule called adenosine that briefly surges at the site of a bone break or fracture to accelerate and improve the natural..
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Researchers reconstruct spoken words as processed in nonhuman primate brains

Using a brain-computer interface, a team of researchers has reconstructed English words from the brain activity of rhesus macaques that listened as the words were spoken.
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Finding a killer electron hot spot in Earth's Van Allen radiation belts

JAXA and NASA satellite observations show where killer electrons are generated in the Van Allen radiation belts surrounding Earth.
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Human teeth used as jewellery in Turkey 8,500 years ago

At a prehistoric archaeological site in Turkey, researchers have discovered two 8,500-year-old human teeth, which had been used as pendants in a necklace or bracelet. Researchers have never documented..
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Knowledge-sharing: a how-to guide

How is knowledge exchanged and shared when interdisciplinary research teams work together? Researchers have investigated this by studying several different research projects. Their study makes concrete..
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Standard pathology tests outperform molecular subtyping in bladder cancer

While trying to develop a comparatively easy, inexpensive way to give physicians and their patients with bladder cancer a better idea of likely outcome and best treatment options, scientists found that..
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Better studying superconductivity in single-layer graphene

A new study demonstrates that an existing technique is better suited for probing superconductivity in pure, single-layer graphene than previously thought. The insight could allow physicists to..
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Generation Z Is The First To Switch Off For Christmas

Worldcrunch.com / DIE WELT *BERLIN* –– When the American President holds out a benevolent hand to officially pardon the turkey, we know Thanksgiving is just around the corner. This important..
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Massive trove of government UFO reports now available at university

The truth about UFOs is out there — and now enthusiasts and researchers will have a chance to comb through a massive trove of documents.
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Thousands of 'penis fish' wash up on Northern California beach

Thousands of fat innkeeper worms, known as “penis fish,” have washed up on a beach in Northern California.
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Cheops: Characterising exoplanets

cheops: characterising exoplanets
Cheops: Characterising exoplanets
ESA - Published

Barrels of ancient Antarctic air aim to track history of rare gas

An Antarctic field campaign last winter led by the US and Australia has successfully extracted some of the largest samples of air dating from the 1870s until today. Researchers will use the samples to..
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Salmon lose diversity in managed rivers, reducing resilience to environmental change

The manipulation of rivers in California is jeopardizing the resilience of native Chinook salmon. It compresses their migration timing to the point that they crowd their habitats. They may miss the..
Science Daily - Published

Rectal microbes influence effectiveness of HIV vaccine

Microbes living in the rectum could make a difference to the effectiveness of experimental HIV vaccines, according to researchers.
Science Daily - Published

Even Hermit Crabs Have Wealth Inequality

The distribution of shells in one population of hermit crabs matched how wealth is shared in some human societies.
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Watch Cheops launch live

watch cheops launch live
Tune in to ESA Web TV from  08:30 GMT (09:30 CET) Tuesday 17 December to watch ESA’s exoplanet mission soar into space on a Soyuz-Fregat rocket from Europe’s Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana.
ESA - Published

Here Fly The Little Amazonian Birds

Worldcrunch.com / WORLDCRUNCH Le petit oiseau va sortir...! "Here flies the little bird!" is what we say in France when we want our subjects to pay attention and look at the camera. That time in..
Worldcrunch - Published

Sandbox satellite to test operations innovations in space

sandbox satellite to test operations innovations in space
This coming Tuesday, ESA is launching the most powerful flight computer ever flown in space – inside a satellite smaller than a shoebox. The OPS-SAT nanosatellite will be the world’s first orbiting..
ESA - Published

Satnav watching over rugby players

satnav watching over rugby players
As France’s top rugby players scrum, run and tackle they are being tracked by more than just TV cameras and the watching eyes of the crowd. Satnav-based tracking devices between their shoulder blades..
ESA - Published

Rosalind meets Rosalind

rosalind meets rosalind
Image: The work of Dr Rosalind Franklin (1920-1958) is well known for being central to the discovery of the iconic double-helix structure of DNA, the fabric of life as we know it on Earth. More than..
ESA - Published

Cleaning Up Space Junk

The European Space Agency says a self-destructing robot will be sent into orbit in 2025 to begin work on the world's first space cleanup mission. Jan Woerner of the European Space Agency discusses.
NPR - Published

Geminids Meteor Shower Will Peak in Night Skies

Meteor showers can light up night skies from dusk to dawn, and if you’re lucky you might be able to catch a glimpse.
NYTimes.com - Published

CryoSat maps ice shelf on the move

It is now almost 10 years since ESA’s CryoSat was launched. Throughout its decade in orbit, this novel satellite, which carries a radar altimeter to measure changes in the height of the world’s..
ESA - Published

Sébastien's YGT: System Engineer in the Clean Space Office

sébastien's ygt: system engineer in the clean space office
Video: 00:02:10 Sébastien Perrault talks about his YGT experience as a System Engineer working the Clean Space Office at ESOC, Germany.
ESA - Published

Baltic blooms

baltic blooms
Image: The Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over the green algae blooms swirling around the Baltic Sea. 'Algae bloom' is the term used to describe the rapid multiplying of phytoplankton –..
ESA - Published

Earth from Space: Gotland Baltic blooms

earth from space: gotland baltic blooms
Video: 00:00:00 In this week's edition of the Earth from Space programme, Copernicus Sentinel-2 takes us over the green algae blooms swirling around the Baltic Sea. See also Baltic blooms to..
ESA - Published

OPS-SAT: the flying laboratory

ops-sat: the flying laboratory
Video: 00:03:18 On 17 December, ESA will launch a first-of-its-kind space laboratory, OPS-SAT. The small, low-cost, test satellite has been specifically designed for operational experimentation in..
ESA - Published

Twerking: How An African Dance Is Shaking Up Latin America

Worldcrunch.com / CLARIN *BUENOS AIRES* — Why do we dance? This primordial expression that connects us, almost instinctively, with our emotions, emerged in antiquity and has evolved with the..
Worldcrunch - Published

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