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June 13, 2021

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CNN

(CNN) When Rev. Pamela Conrad looks into the heavens, she really looks into the heavens. By night, and at odd moments during the day, Conrad moonlights as a research scientist at the Carnegie Institution of Science in Washington, DC. A member of the …

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CNN

The silhouette of a shark composed of fossil shark dermal denticles described in the study. (CNN) About 19 million years ago, roughly 90% …

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Livescience.com

Sperm whales are among the loudest living animals on the planet, producing creaking, knocking and staccato clicking sounds to communicate with other whales that are a few feet to even a few hundred miles away. This symphony of patterned clicks, known …

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CNET

That’s a big rocket. The Space Launch System is the most powerful rocket NASA has ever built, and it’s meant to launch spacecraft and astronauts to the moon as part of the Artemis program. We have …

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Yahoo News

Nasa has been developing a huge rocket called the Space Launch System (SLS) to launch astronauts to the Moon – and eventually Mars. Set to make its debut in November 2021, the SLS is the most powerful launch vehicle built since the 1960s. Nasa has …

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Salon

The notion that the simpler explanation is usually right has been useful for centuries. New science may change that. By Luke Shors – Amit Chandra. Published June 13, 2021 2 …

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Livescience.com

Stellar nurseries, the cauldrons of gas and dust where stars are forged, are far more diverse than astronomers first thought, according to a new, first-of-its kind survey. Astronomers at the Physics at High Angular Resolution in Nearby Galaxies (PHANGS) …

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Tech Times

The huge hole that the China Rover “Zhurong” bore in Mars after its successful landing hints an alarming safety issue that enormous landers should watch out for. On June 12, a scientist warned that due to the soft composition of the red planet, catastrophic …

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Tech Times

The telescope increases their ability to observe and characterize any potentially hazardous asteroids, comets, and even stars within 30 million miles around the Earth’s orbit. The device’s working name is the Near …

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Science Times

NEO Surveyor is a new mission proposal designed to discover and characterize most of the potentially hazardous asteroids that are near the Earth. “Each night, astronomers across the globe diligently use ground- …

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