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  • NASA sends coldest place in universe into space - Sky News May 23, 2018
    Sky NewsNASA sends coldest place in universe into spaceSky NewsScientists will be able to create a temperature 100 million times colder than the depths of space to study the behaviour of atoms. 14:55, UK, Wednesday 23 May 2018. A graphic of the Cold Atom Lab. Pic: NASA. Image: A graphic of the Cold Atom Lab.NASA […]
  • USPS Releases New Stamp Honoring Sally Ride, First American Woman In Space - Forbes May 23, 2018
    ForbesUSPS Releases New Stamp Honoring Sally Ride, First American Woman In SpaceForbesThis image released by the United States Postal Service, shows America's first female astronaut, Sally Ride, on a Forever stamp to be released on May 23, 2018 in Austin. (USPS via AP). The United States Postal Service is commemorating the first ...Astronaut Sally Ride's […]
  • NASA's New Exoplanet Hunter Releases Incredible First Image - Gizmodo Australia May 23, 2018
    Gizmodo AustraliaNASA's New Exoplanet Hunter Releases Incredible First ImageGizmodo AustraliaOn the way to its final orbit around Earth, NASA's planet-hunting Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) has sailed by the moon and snapped its first picture of space. We've said several times that TESS would be able to look at 200,000 stars in ...NASA's new planet […]
  • A rare great ape, a 130-foot-tall tree and an extinct marsupial lion make the Top 10 New Species list for 2018 - Los Angeles Times May 23, 2018
    Los Angeles TimesA rare great ape, a 130-foot-tall tree and an extinct marsupial lion make the Top 10 New Species list for 2018Los Angeles TimesThe highest branches of a Brazilian forest. The permanent darkness of a cave in China. The deepest place on Earth. Life has carved niches for itself in the most extreme and […]
  • Researchers Build Accurate Maps of the Expansion of Coyotes (Study) - Regal Tribune May 23, 2018
    Regal TribuneResearchers Build Accurate Maps of the Expansion of Coyotes (Study)Regal TribuneCoyotes are now spread everywhere around North America, but the truth is nobody actually knows where they came from. This is why a team of researchers from North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences have decided to solve their mystery. By looking at a ...Study briefs […]
  • Planet Nine from outer space: is there another world beyond Neptune? - The Guardian May 23, 2018
    The GuardianPlanet Nine from outer space: is there another world beyond Neptune?The GuardianA newly discovered asteroid's unusual orbit supports the idea that a massive planet lurks in the far reaches of the solar system. Stuart Clark. Dr Stuart Clark writes Across the Universe for the Guardian, and is the author of The Search for Earth's […]
  • Rideshare launch by SpaceX serves commercial and scientific customers - Spaceflight Now May 23, 2018
    Spaceflight NowRideshare launch by SpaceX serves commercial and scientific customersSpaceflight NowA SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket powered by a reused first stage climbed into orbit Tuesday from California's Central Coast, carrying five satellites to upgrade Iridium's global messaging service and two research craft to study Earth's water cycle. The ...SpaceX achievements generate growing interest in reusable […]
  • SpaceX Launches Twin NASA Probes to Track Earth's Water (and Satellites Hitch a Ride) - Space.com May 22, 2018
    Space.comSpaceX Launches Twin NASA Probes to Track Earth's Water (and Satellites Hitch a Ride)Space.comSpaceX launched two new Earth science satellites for NASA and five Iridium Next communications satellites into orbit today (May 22). The ride-share mission lifted off on a pre-flown Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California at 3:47 p ...Grace […]
  • Giant Hammerhead Worms Have Been Invading France for Decades - Live Science May 22, 2018
    Live ScienceGiant Hammerhead Worms Have Been Invading France for DecadesLive ScienceFor nearly two decades, sizable, squishy invaders have been stealthily infiltrating French ecosystems and preying on small, soil-dwelling creatures. The invaders are giant hammerhead flatworms — brightly colored specimens that look like earthworms on ...Invasive Giant Flatworms Found In France Spotted Since 1999 But Scientists Are […]