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July 4, 2022
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Space.com

The mission, operated by NASA, launched to space atop the Electron rocket of the small satellite launcher company Rocket Lab and is the company’s first beyond Earth’s orbit. RECOMMENDED VIDEOS FOR …

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Space.com

A ring of dark matter (seen by the Hubble Space Telescope in false color). The existence of dark matter can only be inferred from its gravitational influence on stars and galaxies in …

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Phys.Org

Ten years ago, on July 4 2012, the ATLAS and CMS collaborations at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) announced the discovery of a new particle with features consistent with those of the Higgs boson predicted by the Standard Model of particle physics.

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CBS News

It’s been nearly two years since the tiny helicopter Ingenuity and the one-ton rover Perseverance left planet Earth and they’ve come a very long way since then. In February, last year, they landed in a hazardous and previously unexplored part of Mars …

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Space.com

Ten years ago, jubilant physicists working on the world’s most powerful science experiment, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, announced the discovery of the Higgs boson — a particle that scientists had been searching for since 1964, …

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The Washington Post

WELLINGTON, New Zealand — A satellite the size of a microwave oven successfully broke free from its orbit around Earth on Monday and is headed toward the moon, the latest step in NASA’s plan to land astronauts on the lunar surface again.

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CNN

London (CNN) An enormous waterlily in London’s Royal Botanic Gardens has been discovered to belong to an entirely new species, after 177 years in the gardens’ herbarium. Victoria boliviana is the world’s …

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ABC News

A satellite the size of a microwave oven successfully broke free from its orbit around Earth and is headed toward the moon. ByNick Perry Associated Press. July 04, 2022, 3:15 AM. Rocket Lab’s Electron rocket waits on the launch pad on the Mahia …

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Florida Today

Space is important to us and that’s why we’re working to bring you top coverage of the industry and Florida launches. Journalism like this takes time and resources. Please support it with a subscription here. Welcome to 321 Launch, Florida Today’s …

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WalesOnline

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — A satellite the size of a microwave oven successfully broke free from its orbit around Earth on Monday and is headed toward the moon, the latest step in NASA’s plan to land astronauts on the lunar surface again.

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