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Rivers of Lava on Venus Reveal a More Volcanically Active Planet - The New York Times

  1. Rivers of Lava on Venus Reveal a More Volcanically Active Planet    The New York Times
  2. Evidence of ongoing volcanic activity on Venus revealed by Magellan radar    Nature.com
  3. Recent and extensive volcanism discovered on Venus    Phys.org
  4. Fresh Lava Flows on Venus Hint at Active Volcanoes    Gizmodo
  5. Venus might be as volcanically active as Earth    Science News Magazine

SpaceX is now targeting Tuesday morning for Starlink launch from Cape - Florida Today

  1. SpaceX is now targeting Tuesday morning for Starlink launch from Cape    Florida Today
  2. SpaceX launch today: Launch scrubbed    WESH 2 Orlando
  3. SpaceX postpones Monday's rocket launch from Cape Canaveral    WFTV Orlando
  4. SpaceX scrubs a Memorial Day Starlink launch, targets Tuesday - Spaceflight Now    Spaceflight Now
  5. SpaceX cancels Memorial Day launch; will try on Tuesday    News 13 Orlando

'A force more powerful than gravity within the Earth': How magnetism locked itself inside our planet - Livescience.com

  1. 'A force more powerful than gravity within the Earth': How magnetism locked itself inside our planet    Livescience.com
  2. The Earth's changing, irregular magnetic field is causing headaches for polar navigation    Phys.org
  3. 'A force more powerful than gravity': How magnetism locked itself inside Earth    The Times of India
  4. Earth's Magnetic Field Almost Collapsed 591 Million Years Ago, And The Near-Disaster Might Have Contributed To The Evolution Of Larger, More Diverse Life Forms    MSN
  5. SIMPLIFYING IAS EXAM PREPARATION    Insights IAS

Space photo of the week: NASA sees a 'Platypus' move on Jupiter's moon Europa - Livescience.com

  1. Space photo of the week: NASA sees a 'Platypus' move on Jupiter's moon Europa    Livescience.com
  2. Juno images of Europa reveal a complex, active surface    EarthSky
  3. Video: Other Worlds, Episode 2: Europa - Astrobiology    Astrobiology News
  4. NASA's Flyby Of Europa Suggests "Something" Stirring Beneath The Ice    IFLScience
  5. New evidence Europa has a deep ocean under moving ice layer    Earth.com

Nasa launches crucial mission into space - The News International

  1. Nasa launches crucial mission into space    The News International
  2. NASA launches tiny CubeSat to set its sights on Earth    CNN
  3. Rocket Lab launches first of NASA's climate-monitoring PREFIRE spacecraft - Spaceflight Now    Spaceflight Now
  4. Rocket Lab launches NASA cubesat to study heat lost from Earth's poles (video)    Space.com
  5. NASA's PREFIRE mission is ready to unlock the mysteries of Earth's poles    Space.com

Kilauea, active Hawaiian volcano, could erupt like a 'stomp-rocket toy,' new study suggests - ABC News

  1. Kilauea, active Hawaiian volcano, could erupt like a 'stomp-rocket toy,' new study suggests    ABC News
  2. Explosive 2018 eruptions at Kīlauea driven by a collapse-induced stomp-rocket mechanism    Nature.com
  3. New research shows the Kīlauea volcano erupted like a stomp-rocket in 2018    Phys.org
  4. Kīlauea Reveals A New "Stomp Rocket" Type Of Volcanic Eruption    IFLScience
  5. Scientists discover what contributed to severe lava flow from Kilauea in 2018    MSN

It might be time for NASA to bail on Boeing's Starliner - BGR

  1. It might be time for NASA to bail on Boeing's Starliner    BGR
  2. NASA Astronauts to Wait Another Week for Boeing Starliner Launch    The New York Times
  3. NASA, Mission Partners to Discuss Starliner Crew Flight Test Progress    NASA
  4. Boeing, NASA say Starliner astronaut launch will move forward despite spacecraft helium leak    CNBC
  5. SpaceX, Boeing: Two companies, very different spaceflight outcomes    The Washington Post

Reaching absolute zero for quantum computing now much quicker thanks to breakthrough refrigerator design - Livescience.com

Reaching absolute zero for quantum computing now much quicker thanks to breakthrough refrigerator design    Livescience.com

Crows Appear to Be Able to Count Out Loud - Newser

  1. Crows Appear to Be Able to Count Out Loud    Newser
  2. Crows can count up to four, a new study finds    CNN
  3. Crows Rival Human Toddlers in Counting Skills    Scientific American
  4. Crows Can Actually Count Out Loud, Amazing New Study Shows    ScienceAlert
  5. Crows can count out loud, startling study reveals    Livescience.com

We've Just Seen The First Galaxies in The Universe Being Born - ScienceAlert

We've Just Seen The First Galaxies in The Universe Being Born    ScienceAlert rget=_new href="https://news.google.com/stories/CAAqNggKIjBDQklTSGpvSmMzUnZjbmt0TXpZd1NoRUtEd2lBMWJIWUN4SHhuekxtdUI3bi1DZ0FQAQ?hl=en-US&gl=US&ceid=US:en&oc=5" target="_blank"> View Full Coverage on Google News

Newly discovered comet brightens, grows tail as it heads toward Earth: report - New York Post

  1. Newly discovered comet brightens, grows tail as it heads toward Earth: report    New York Post
  2. A comet approaching Earth could become brighter than the stars this fall    Space.com
  3. Saw The Eclipse And Aurora? Now Comes A Third Once-In-A-Lifetime Event    Forbes
  4. A comet is visiting Earth this fall, and its brightness could outshine even the brightest stars    Business Today
  5. Eyes on the sky: Earth-bound comet could illuminate the sky later this year    WKRC TV Cincinnati

TESS finds intriguing world sized between Earth and Venus - Phys.org

  1. TESS finds intriguing world sized between Earth and Venus    Phys.org
  2. Potentially habitable Earth-size planet discovered 40 light-years away    NBC News
  3. Scientists Discover A New Planet That May Support Life    TIME
  4. Scientists discover potentially habitable exoplanet with temperatures similar to Earth    KOMO News

China's secretive spaceplane releases object into orbit - SpaceNews

  1. China's secretive spaceplane releases object into orbit    SpaceNews
  2. China's secret spacecraft drops another mysterious object in space    Interesting Engineering
  3. Chinese spaceplane put an unknown object into orbit    The Universe. Space. Tech
  4. China's spaceplane just released another secret object into orbit    BGR
  5. Chinese Spaceplane Releases Mysterious Orbital Object    The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel

Strongest Geomagnetic Storm in Over 20 Years Unleashes Stunning Aurora - SciTechDaily

  1. Strongest Geomagnetic Storm in Over 20 Years Unleashes Stunning Aurora    SciTechDaily
  2. The Auroras Should Be Spectacular This Summer, Thanks to Solar Maximum    WIRED
  3. How NASA Tracked the Most Intense Solar Storm in Decades    Science@NASA
  4. Solar storm frenzy of May 2024 was strong enough to affect the deep sea    Space.com
  5. May's solar storm produced among best auroras in 500 years, NASA says    The Washington Post

Stunning Fireball Over Spain and Portugal Tracked by Lightning Imager From Space - SciTechDaily

  1. Stunning Fireball Over Spain and Portugal Tracked by Lightning Imager From Space    SciTechDaily
  2. Watch: Blue fireball lights up skies over Spain    BBC.com
  3. Comet Fragment Explodes in Dark Skies Over Spain and Portugal    The New York Times
  4. A Weather Satellite Watched a Space Rock Burn Up Above Spain and Portugal    Universe Today
  5. Stunning fireball lights up night sky in Spain and Portugal    CNN

New rocket company reduces Mars travel time from years to months - The News International

  1. New rocket company reduces Mars travel time from years to months    The News International
  2. Why the US hasn't sent humans to Mars yet    Business Insider
  3. New Rocket Engine Could Cut Travel Time to Mars from Years to Months    VOA Learning English
  4. A Plasma Rocket From Nasa Could Send Humans to Mars in Just 2 Months    Popular Mechanics
  5. Pulsed plasma rocket promises a wild acceleration in space travel    New Atlas

Black hole singularities defy physics. New research could finally do away with them. - Space.com

Black hole singularities defy physics. New research could finally do away with them.    Space.com

This telescope can observe stars, satellites and more during the day. But how? - Space.com

This telescope can observe stars, satellites and more during the day. But how?    Space.com rget=_new href="https://news.google.com/stories/CAAqNggKIjBDQklTSGpvSmMzUnZjbmt0TXpZd1NoRUtEd2lvdS1EWEN4RXE5MmV3clJOeDdpZ0FQAQ?hl=en-US&gl=US&ceid=US:en&oc=5" target="_blank"> View Full Coverage on Google News

'Echidnapus': Australian scientists discover ancient monotreme - BBC.com

  1. 'Echidnapus': Australian scientists discover ancient monotreme    BBC.com
  2. Three New Species of Fossil Monotremes Found in Australia    Sci.News
  3. Fossil trove reveals three new species of ancient egg-laying mammals    New Scientist
  4. New fossils provide evidence for an 'Age of Monotremes'    Phys.org

Parenting advice: I divorced my ex because of his favoritism between our twins. It's gotten worse. - Slate

Parenting advice: I divorced my ex because of his favoritism between our twins. It's gotten worse.    Slate

Innovative NASA Solutions for Cleaning Up Space Debris Efficiently - SciTechDaily

Innovative NASA Solutions for Cleaning Up Space Debris Efficiently    SciTechDaily rget=_new href="https://news.google.com/stories/CAAqNggKIjBDQklTSGpvSmMzUnZjbmt0TXpZd1NoRUtEd2o5aU5yTUN4SEJjeGlvOXJoTm5DZ0FQAQ?hl=en-US&gl=US&ceid=US:en&oc=5" target="_blank"> View Full Coverage on Google News

Space junk fell on a Canadian farm and SpaceX wants it back, but who's liable? - Global News

  1. Space junk fell on a Canadian farm and SpaceX wants it back, but who's liable?    Global News
  2. Space junk falling on Saskatchewan farmland prompts question: who's liable?    Global News
  3. Large Chunk Of SpaceX Rocket Crash Lands On Canadian Farm    IFLScience
  4. Sask. farmers baffled after finding strange object in prairie field    CTV News Regina
  5. Space junk crashing through homes. This is what local researchers are doing to prevent catastrophe    WSB Atlanta

First Glimpse Inside Bizarre Planet Reveals What Makes It So Puffy - ScienceAlert

  1. First Glimpse Inside Bizarre Planet Reveals What Makes It So Puffy    ScienceAlert
  2. Astronomers Finally Discovered Why WASP-107 b Is So Gassy, Bloated, and Distended    Inverse
  3. Webb Cracks Case of Inflated Exoplanet    Science@NASA
  4. Webb telescope offers first glimpse of an exoplanet's interior    The Hub at Johns Hopkins
  5. Mysterious 'puffy' planet may finally be explained by James Webb Space Telescope    Livescience.com

Andromeda's Supermassive Black Hole Feeding Habits Revealed by NASA's Spitzer - SciTechDaily

  1. Andromeda's Supermassive Black Hole Feeding Habits Revealed by NASA's Spitzer    SciTechDaily
  2. Spitzer gives scientists insights into black hole eating habits - NASASpaceFlight.com    NASASpaceflight.com
  3. Not All Black Holes are Ravenous Gluttons    Universe Today
  4. Andromeda Archives - NASASpaceFlight.com    NASASpaceflight.com

'Death Star' Black Holes Can Rapidly Swivel Massive Beams Onto New Targets - ScienceAlert

  1. 'Death Star' Black Holes Can Rapidly Swivel Massive Beams Onto New Targets    ScienceAlert
  2. 'Death Star' black holes caught blasting powerful beams at multiple targets: Watch out Alderaan! (video)    Space.com
  3. Black holes are firing beams of particles, changing targets over time    Phys.org
  4. Death Star Black Holes 'Swiveling Around and Pointing at New Targets'-NASA    Newsweek
  5. Terrifying 'Death Star black holes' caught blasting 'powerful beams' at targets just like 'Star Wars space...    The Sun

When will you be able to see the International Space Station over Buffalo? - WGRZ.com

  1. When will you be able to see the International Space Station over Buffalo?    WGRZ.com
  2. Look up: International Space Station to fly over Cincinnati this weekend    WLWT Cincinnati
  3. How to spot 5 International Space Station (ISS) flybys this weekend    The Cincinnati Enquirer
  4. ISS over Wisconsin: 'UFO sighting' explained - Milwaukee    WISN Milwaukee
  5. When to look: Space station will fly over Tri-State 5 times this weekend    WKRC TV Cincinnati

Links: May 26, 2024 | Hackaday - Hackaday

Links: May 26, 2024 | Hackaday    Hackaday

Earth from space: Ethereal algal vortex blooms at the heart of massive Baltic 'dead zone' - Livescience.com

Earth from space: Ethereal algal vortex blooms at the heart of massive Baltic 'dead zone'    Livescience.com

How do fireflies light up? - Livescience.com

How do fireflies light up?    Livescience.com

'NASA Mohawk Guy' Bobak Ferdowski on his cameo in Netflix's '3 Body Problem' (exclusive) - Space.com

'NASA Mohawk Guy' Bobak Ferdowski on his cameo in Netflix's '3 Body Problem' (exclusive)    Space.com

Meet This 300 Million Year Old 'Spiky Spider'-Found In One Of America's Best Fossil Hunting Sites - Forbes

  1. Meet This 300 Million Year Old 'Spiky Spider'-Found In One Of America's Best Fossil Hunting Sites    Forbes
  2. Illinois coal forests home to unique arachnid with spiny legs - study - MINING.COM    MINING.com
  3. Ancient spider 'unlike any other known, living or extinct' with spiny armored legs found after 308 million...    The US Sun
  4. Bizarre Spiny Fossil Reveals An Arachnid Unlike Any Other    Forbes

Surprise Discovery Reveals Earliest Known Ancestor of Scorpions And Spiders - ScienceAlert

Surprise Discovery Reveals Earliest Known Ancestor of Scorpions And Spiders    ScienceAlert

Why Are Some Images Are More Memorable Than Others? - Neuroscience News

  1. Why Are Some Images Are More Memorable Than Others?    Neuroscience News
  2. Electric 'Ripples' in the Resting Brain Tag Memories for Storage    Quanta Magazine
  3. How The Brain Decides Which Memories To Keep And Which To Discard    DISCOVER Magazine
  4. How the human brain decides which memories to remember    Earth.com
  5. Why does the brain keep some memories and not others? Nature study explains    Yourweather.co.uk

First proof that 'plunging regions' exist around black holes in space - Phys.org

  1. First proof that 'plunging regions' exist around black holes in space    Phys.org
  2. Right again, Einstein! Scientists find where matter 'waterfalls' into black holes    Space.com
  3. Black Hole's Mysterious 'Plunging Region' Matches Einstein's Predictions    Scientific American
  4. Physicists Finally Confirm Einstein's Stunning Prediction About Black Holes    ScienceAlert
  5. Black hole "waterfall" discovery proves Einstein right again    Earth.com

Cosmic Ray Sheds New Light on 7,000-Year-Old Ancient Greek Settlement - SciTechDaily

  1. Cosmic Ray Sheds New Light on 7,000-Year-Old Ancient Greek Settlement    SciTechDaily
  2. Archaeologists Used Cosmic Rays to Illuminate a Secret 7,000-Year-Old Settlement    Popular Mechanics
  3. Researchers succeed for first time in accurately dating a 7,000-year-old prehistoric settlement using cosmic rays    Phys.org
  4. 7,000-year-old Neolithic settlement in Greece dated accurately to the year thanks to cosmic rays    Cosmos
  5. Solar Storm Used by Archaeologists To Shine Light on Ancient Settlement    Newsweek

The Largest Ice Shelf in Antarctica Is Behaving Oddly - SciTechDaily

  1. The Largest Ice Shelf in Antarctica Is Behaving Oddly    SciTechDaily
  2. Something Odd is Happening Daily in Antarctica That Researchers Completely Overlooked Until Now    The Debrief

Scientists discover what gave birth to Earth's unbreakable continents - - Study Finds

Scientists discover what gave birth to Earth's unbreakable continents -    Study Finds

Straight Out of Sci-Fi: NASA Advances Six Pioneering Space Technologies for Tomorrow - SciTechDaily

  1. Straight Out of Sci-Fi: NASA Advances Six Pioneering Space Technologies for Tomorrow    SciTechDaily
  2. NASA's Bold Plan to Build the First Railway on the Moon    Gizmodo
  3. Architecting lunar infrastructure    The Space Review
  4. NASA wants to build a floating railway on the moon    Autoblog
  5. Moonbase Central Terminal: NASA to create floating robot train on the moon    WKRC TV Cincinnati

NASA Alert: Massive 160-Foot Asteroid Nears Earth At 37,070 KMPH Today - Times Now

  1. NASA Alert: Massive 160-Foot Asteroid Nears Earth At 37,070 KMPH Today    Times Now
  2. Asteroid 2024 JG 15 approaching the Earth, NASA reports. Will it hit our planet?    The Economic Times
  3. Plane-Sized 280-Foot Asteroid Racing Towards Earth At 56227kmph, NASA Warns    Times Now
  4. Massive 336-Foot Asteroid Moving At 52900 KMPH Towards Earth Soon, NASA Warns    Times Now

NASA Funded This Crazy Project To Search For Life On Mars - Fraser Cain

NASA Funded This Crazy Project To Search For Life On Mars    Fraser Cain

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