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Greenland's ice sheet is melting and being replaced by vegetation

February 19, 2024
An estimated 11,000 sq miles or 28,707 sq kilometers of Greenland\'s ice sheet and glaciers have melted over the last three decades, according to a major analysis of historic satellite records.

India launches weather satellite INSAT-3DS

February 18, 2024
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Saturday launched new weather satellite INSAT-3DS into orbit, officials said.

Japan launches new H3 rocket year after failure

February 17, 2024
Japan launched its flagship H3 rocket on Saturday nearly a year after the maiden launch failure, according to the country\'s space agency.

Conflict in Ukraine found causes significant greenhouse gas emissions

February 16, 2024
An international team of scientists examined the first 18 months since the beginning of the conflict in Ukraine, exploring its consequences beyond the loss of life, with the primary focus on military emissions.

Russia launches supply rocket to ISS

February 15, 2024
Russia on Thursday launched a supply rocket to the International Space Station, one of the rare Russia-U.S. projects kept alive since Russia\'s offensive against Ukraine.

U.S. company's lunar lander rockets toward moon

February 15, 2024
Another private U.S. company took a shot at the moon Thursday, launching a month after a rival\'s lunar lander missed its mark and came crashing back.

Researchers find independent written language on Easter Island

February 15, 2024
A team of philologists, chemists, environmental physicists and engineers affiliated with several institutions across Europe has found evidence of an undeciphered script on wooden tablets created on Easter Island that represents an independent writing system.

Potentially hazardous asteroid to pass Earth today at close distance

February 14, 2024
The Asteroid 2024 BR4 is travelling towards Earth in its orbit at 44869 kilometers per hour.

SETI employs novel ellipsoid technique when searching for signals from distant civilizations

February 13, 2024
A team of researchers from the SETI Institute, Berkeley SETI Research Center and the University of Washington reported an exciting development for the field of astrophysics and the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI).

Hubble spots galaxy shrouded by stars

February 12, 2024
This NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image shows a densely packed field of stars laid upon a background of dust, gas, and light from more distant celestial objects.

Researchers unveil method to detect 'forever chemicals' in under 3 minutes

February 9, 2024
Drinking waterPFAS are compounds, which can take thousands of years to degrade and are found in everything from grease resistant food packaging to water repellent clothing, have made their way into nearly half the U.S. tap water supply.

Third all private astronaut mission departs from space station

February 8, 2024
The SpaceX Dragon spacecraft undocked from the International Space Station (ISS) on Wednesday, completing the third all-private astronaut mission to the orbiting laboratory.
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