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June 10, 2021

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CNN

Washington (CNN) Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas made an argument about climate change at a House subcommittee hearing Tuesday that appeared to elicit confusion from a government official and ridicule on Twitter. During the Natural …

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Space.com

China is getting ready to send three astronauts to its new space station core module, although we don’t yet know when the launch will happen and who exactly will go. The Shenzhou-12 spacecraft, riding atop a Long March 2F rocket, was rolled out to the pad …

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Space.com

The car-sized Perseverance landed inside Mars’ 28-mile-wide (45 kilometers) Jezero Crater on Feb. 18. The six-wheeled robot’s first few months on the Red Planet were devoted primarily …

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Space.com

Where weather permitted, a partial eclipse could be seen from northern latitudes in Europe and America. The sight was a special treat for those in eastern parts of North America, where eclipse occurred just as the sun was rising, leading to a spectacular sight.

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BBC News

“All three of the missions are highly complementary,” Dr Philippa Mason, an Envision science team-member from Imperial College London, UK, told BBC News. The trio will …

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Space.com

Other parts of the Northern Hemisphere, in the United States, Europe and Asia, will be able to see a partial eclipse. Share your photos! If you snap a …

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The New York Times

Weather and geography may make it difficult to see the rare spectacle, but those in the path or experiencing clear skies may get a show worth waking up early for.

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Phys.Org

Hiromitsu Takeuchi, a lecturer at the Graduate School of Science, Osaka City University, and a researcher at the Nambu Yoichiro Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Physics (NITEP), has theoretically identified the nature of a mysterious topological …

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The New York Times

The EnVision spacecraft will complement two NASA missions announced last week, ending the relatively loneliness of a planet sometimes thought of as Earth’s twin.

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Science Magazine

Artificial nucleocapsid proteins, which could be analogous to those used by viruses to package their genomes, are a promising way to protect and deliver RNAs. Using an escalating challenge by nucleases, Tetter et al. evolved a protein that forms multimeric, …

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