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August 2, 2022
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Space.com

The ISS can’t fly forever, however, and NASA officials envision a diverse market of commercial space stations taking its place as demand for access to low Earth orbit (LEO) continues to increase.

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Space.com

NASA’s Artemis 1 Space Launch System megarocket and Orion capsule on their Florida launchpad under a. NASA’s Artemis 1 Space Launch System megarocket stands poised to launch the Orion spacecraft to the moon in …

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Space.com

Scientists have discovered dark matter around galaxies that existed about 12 billion years ago, the earliest detection yet of this mysterious substance that dominates the universe. The findings, achieved by a collaboration led by …

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Space.com

NASA’s Perseverance rover has grabbed another rock that may contain clues as to whether there was life on Mars. Officials with the Mars mission announced the milestone briefly Monday (Aug. 1) on Twitter, linking the rover’s collection with its future …

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The Washington Post

Stem cell researchers in Israel have created synthetic mouse embryos without using a sperm or egg, then grown them in an artificial womb for eight days, a development that opens a window into a fascinating, potentially fraught realm of science that …

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WIRED

Nothing is certain in life except death, taxes, and—a physicist might add—the values of the fundamental constants. These are quantities, such as the speed of light or the mass of the electron, which physicists have determined do not change over time …

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Space.com

A galaxy and its reflection appear to form a ring around a bright patch of light. Galaxy SGAS J143845+145407 is located in the northern constellation Boötes. Light from this distant galaxy …

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CNET

These halos from the early universe could lead to a new era of cosmology. Monisha Ravisetti headshot. Monisha Ravisetti.

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CNET

These haloes from 12 billion years ago could lead to a new era of cosmology. Monisha Ravisetti headshot. Monisha Ravisetti.

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EarthSky

Earth has recorded its shortest day since scientists began using atomic clocks to measure its rotational speed. On June 29, 2022, Earth completed one spin in 1.59 milliseconds less than 24 hours. This is the latest in a series of speed records for Earth …

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