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June 27, 2021

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Space.com

It also includes stunning video of Zhurong driving on Mars captured by stitching together images from a small camera deployed the rover. “In fact the sounds were made when the pinion of the Mars …

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Florida Today

Editor’s Note: The USA TODAY NETWORK will be auctioning its inaugural non-fungible token (NFT) inspired by the first newspaper delivered to space in 1971. Apollo 14 astronaut Alan Shepard, the first American in space, transported a special edition of …

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BBC News

The pictures were acquired by a wireless camera that the robot had placed on the ground. The new media release also includes sequences from Zhurong’s landing in May, showing the deployment of its …

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EurekAlert

However, they are important for purging bad mutations from the population. This is shown by a new Uppsala University study providing in-depth knowledge of the possible long-term genetic consequences of sexual selection. The results are published in the …

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The Washington Post

If you enjoy the beauty of planet Venus, you’ll love July. As July’s night curtains open at dusk, our blazing bright neighbor Venus and our other next-door planet, Mars, will loiter in the constellation Cancer at dusk, when the month starts. Gaze toward the low, …

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Forbes

Research published in the journal Geology has found tiny amounts of gold can be trapped inside pyrite. This discovery may also help better understand the distribution of gold in other minerals, which may lead to more environmentally friendly gold extraction …

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CNET

The selfie is a mosaic of 62 separate images taken with a camera mounted on the end of the rover’s robotic arm. CNET Science. From the lab to …

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Sports Grind Entertainment

LEILA FADEL, HOST: SpaceX is having growing pains on the lower Texas coast. Elon Musk’s commercial space transportation company built a rocket factory and testing ground on a fragile wetlands surrounded by skittish wildlife. As SpaceX sets its sights on …

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Anchorage Daily News

The discoveries, involving mostly baby dinosaur bones and teeth, suggest that dinosaurs may have survived far north in Alaska for the entire year and laid eggs there, even though previous theories held that they likely migrated south to warmer areas during the …

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FOX Carolina

(AP) — Feeling like you are being watched? It could be from a lot farther away than you think. Astronomers took a technique used to look for life on other planets and flipped it around — so instead of looking to see what’s out there, they tried to see what places …

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