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Australian rover planned to be sent to Moon as early as 2026

October 13, 2021
An Australia rover will be sent to the Moon for the first time under a deal with the United States space agency.

Sun triggers geomagnetic storm with auroras visible in New York, Scotland, Ireland

October 12, 2021
A geomagnetic storm triggered by a flare of solar energy hit Earth on Monday.

Radio signals from distant stars suggest hidden planets

October 12, 2021
Using the world’s most powerful radio antenna, scientists have discovered stars unexpectedly blasting out radio waves, possibly indicating the existence of hidden planets.

Nobel Prize in economics 2021: David Card, Joshua Angrist and Guido Imbens

October 11, 2021
Economists David Card, Joshua Angrist and Guido Imbens gon the 2021 Nobel economics prize.

Groundbreaking theory for calculating what’s happening inside a fast proton

October 7, 2021
For more than 2,000 years, scientists thought the atom was the smallest particle possible.

Extreme exoplanet even more exotic than originally thought

October 6, 2021
Considered an ultra hot Jupiter where iron gets vaporized, condenses on the night side and then falls from the sky like rain the fiery inferno like WASP 76b exoplanet may be even more sizzling than scientists had realized.

Russian actress, director blast off from Baikonur to film first movie on International Space Station

October 5, 2021
A famous Russian actress and an award-winning director are heading to the International Space Station (ISS) to shoot what is being described as the first fictional movie to be filmed in space.

Early Pacific Islanders may have been first conservationists

September 30, 2021
Published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and coauthored by University of Oregon archaeologist Scott Fitzpatrick, the study integrates data from archaeology, history and paleoecology to gain new insight into human-environmental interactions in the deep past.

Catastrophic consequences for oceans when climate change and plastic pollution crises combine

September 29, 2021
ZSL (Zoological Society London) and Bangor University have revealed fundamental links between the global climate crisis and plastic pollution, including extreme weather worsening the distribution of microplastics into pristine and remote areas.

Rain stimulation project to combat drought effects achieves 98 percent effectiveness in Mexico

September 28, 2021
The main impact on the target population, which comprises eight million hectares, is the increase in plant coverage, since scrub and grasslands are already being observed that will be used for extensive livestock farming.

NASA TV to air U.S. cargo ship departure from space station

September 27, 2021
A SpaceX Dragon cargo resupply spacecraft filled with more than 4,600 pounds of supplies and valuable scientific experiments bound for NASA\'s Space Station Processing Facility is set to leave the International Space Station Thursday, September 30.

Beijing sees best air quality in first eight months

September 27, 2021
The average PM2.5 density in Beijing stood at 34 micrograms per cubic meter of air from January to August this year, the lowest for the period on record, authorities said on September 26.
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