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Incredible Photograph Captures Space Station As It Transited the Waning Gibbous Moon
Completing one orbit of our fair planet in 90 minutes the International Space Station can easily be spotted by eye as a very bright star…
Scientists Warn: Drug-Resistant Hospital Bacteria Persist Even After Deep Cleaning
New High-Pressure Mineral Discovered in Moon Meteorite
Future NASA Rocket Engines May Include Large-Scale 3D Printing
Superspreader Events Play Supersized Role in COVID-19 Disease Transmission
New Herpes Vaccine Shows Promise Against Herpes Simplex Virus
A Fortunate Mistake Leads to Discovery of Bizarre Amphibian With Rapid-Fire Tongue
Ultrabright Radio Flashes Detected Coming From Inside Our Own Galaxy
NASA Planet-Hunter Data Reveals That 50% of Sun-Like Stars Could Host Potentially Habitable Planets
Leading Ethicist: Pay People to Get COVID-19 Vaccine to Ensure Widespread Coverage
Good uptake (8 out of 10 people) will likely be needed to achieve herd immunity through vaccination. Governments should consider incentivizing people to get a…
COVID-19 Is Making Tinnitus Worse – Hearing Loss May Be “Long COVID” Symptom
New research reveals that tinnitus, a common condition that causes the perception of noise in the ear and head, is being exacerbated by COVID-19 —…
Ultra-Efficient Catalyst: Making Biodiesel From Dirty Old Cooking Oil Just Got Way Easier
New ultra-efficient catalyst can recycle old cooking oil into biodiesel and turn food scraps into high-value complex molecules. Researchers have developed a powerful, low-cost method…
Past Is Key to Predicting Future Climate – Models Should Be Tested by Simulating Past Climates
Including paleoclimate data in the development of climate models could help climate scientists predict scenarios for future climate and propose strategies for mitigation. An international…
Identifying Microbial Markers in Martian Clay: Subsoil at Earth’s Driest Place May Signal Life on Mars
Earth’s most arid desert may hold a key to finding life on Mars. Diverse microbes discovered in the clay-rich, shallow soil layers in Chile’s dry…
ULLYSES: Hubble Embarks on Largest Observing Program of Its Career
Hubble Launches Large Ultraviolet-Light Survey of Nearby Stars Hundreds of stars in the Milky Way and nearby galaxies are being surveyed to build an…
When New Males Take Over, These Female Primates Hurry Up and Sexually Mature
Most mammals — including humans and other primates — reach sexual maturity early or late depending on lots of different factors, such as how much…
Stanford Engineers Develop Genetic Microlab That Can Detect COVID-19 in Minutes
Using “lab on a chip” technology, Stanford engineers have created a microlab half the size of a credit card that can detect COVID-19 in just…
The Ebb and Flow of Brain Ventricles: Swelling in MS Patients Often Recedes
It is not only the heart that has chambers — the brain does, too. Its four ventricles are connected to the spinal canal and filled…