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Famous fast radio burst FRB20180916B just barely lets itself be captured

April 15, 2021
Two international teams of astronomers with significant Dutch involvement have published two scientific papers with new information about the famous fast radio burst FRB20180916B, the Netherlands Research School for Astronomy reports.

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UAE partners with Japan's iSpace to send rover to moon in 2022

Prehistoric Pacific Coast diets had salmon limits


UAE partners with Japan's iSpace to send rover to moon in 2022

April 14, 2021
Lunar exploration company iSpace will transport a United Arab Emirates rover to the moon in 2022, the company said on Wednesday.

Prehistoric Pacific Coast diets had salmon limits

April 13, 2021
In a new paper led by Washington State University anthropologist Shannon Tushingham, researchers document the many dietary solutions ancient Pacific Coast people in North America likely employed to avoid "salmon starvation," a toxic and potentially fatal condition brought on by eating too much lean protein.

Conservationists may be unintentionally spreading pathogens between threatened animal populations

April 12, 2021
The new report published in the journal Conservation Letters focuses on freshwater mussels, which the researchers have studied extensively, but is applicable to all species moved around for conservation purposes.

First wooden satellite slated for launch

April 12, 2021
UPM Plywood, Arctic Astronautics and Huld announce a joint mission to launch the first ever wooden satellite, WISA Woodsat, into Earth’s orbit by the end of 2021.

Egypt: Archaeologists uncover largest ever pharaohs city

April 9, 2021
Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of an ancient city in the desert outside Luxor that they say is the largest ever found in Egypt and dates back to a golden age of the pharaohs 3,000 years ago.

French 4,000-year-old carving is oldest map in Europe

April 9, 2021
A Bronze-age slab first uncovered in 1900 in western France is the oldest map in Europe, according to a study released this week.

Strong evidence found for new force of nature

April 8, 2021
As we all know, all of the forces we experience every day can be reduced to four: gravity, electromagnetism, the strong force and the weak force.

Finds dating back 9,000 years tell new story of Welsh Dream Island

April 7, 2021
Chance finds of prehistoric stone tools and fragments of pottery, picked up from a rabbit hole by the wardens of Skokholm Island, have surprised experts and hint at new chapters in the prehistory of this famous island.

New study ties solar variability to La Nina

April 6, 2021
A new study shows a correlation between the end of solar cycles and a switch from El Nino to La Nina conditions in the Pacific Ocean, suggesting that solar variability can drive seasonal weather variability on Earth.
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