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Most major U.S. cities underprepared for rising temperatures

June 20, 2022
This month, Denver, Las Vegas and Phoenix all posted record high temperatures.

UK takes lead in exoplanet mission with £30 million investment

June 20, 2022
The UK Government will invest £30 million to secure the UK’s leading role in developing a space telescope to explore exoplanets.

Nepal to move Everest base camp lower amid global warming

June 17, 2022
Nepal is preparing to move the Everest base camp as global warming and increased human activity is making it unsafe.

China says it may have received signals from aliens

June 16, 2022
China is claiming that its Sky Eye telescope may have picked up trace signals from a distant alien civilization, according to a recently posted and deleted report by Chinese scientists.

Anglo-Saxon burial ground has found on HS2 site

June 16, 2022
An Anglo-Saxon burial ground has been uncovered by archaeologists working on a HS2 site, which contains nearly 140 graves.

Uganda to launch first satellite in September

June 15, 2022
Uganda will launch its first ever satellite into the low Earth orbit from the International Space Station this September, a senior official said.

Latest Slovenian satellite ready for launch

June 15, 2022
The latest Slovenian satellite to be sent into space, the Trisat-R, has been delivered from Maribor to French Guiana, where it is scheduled to be launched on the VEGA-C rocket on 7 July.

KAIST develops robot skin that can sense tactility and recover from injury

June 15, 2022
The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) said its research team has developed a robot skin that can sense various external tactile stimuli and recover from injury when it is cut or damaged.

NASA officially joining hunt for UFOs

June 14, 2022
The space agency announced a new study that will recruit leading scientists to examine unidentified aerial phenomena.

Exciting findings from asteroid Ryugu

June 14, 2022
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency\'s (JAXA) Hayabusa2 mission returned uncontaminated primitive asteroid samples to Earth.

Microplastics found in fresh Antarctic snow for first time

June 10, 2022
Microplastics have been found in freshly fallen snow in Antarctica for the first time, a new study has revealed.

Monarch butterfly populations thriving in North America

June 10, 2022
For years, scientists have warned that monarch butterflies are dying off in droves because of diminishing winter colonies.
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