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June 5, 2022

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Space.com

The uncrewed flight, known as CRS-25, will kick off on Friday (June 10), when a Falcon 9 rocket launches a Dragon capsule from Florida’s Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. The Dragon is packed with a variety of cargo and supplies, including a trove of …

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Space.com

Mercury transits were also used for these important determinations, but the sheer rarity of Venus transits, coupled with the relative closeness and apparent size of the planet, engendered a sense of urgency within the astronomical community.

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Space.com

Beginning just after midnight Monday (June 6), technicians at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida are scheduled to begin transporting the agency’s huge Artemis 1 moon rocket to its launch pad for a crucial countdown rehearsal.

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Forbes

The transit of Venus on June 5, 2012 from Mauna Kea volcano, Hawaii captured by astronomer Tom … [+] Kerss. This image taken with a small telescope …

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al.com

June will include a rare “planet parade,” this month as five planets line up in the dawn sky. Even more, they’ll be in their proper order from the sun. The view of all five naked-eye planets will greet early risers throughout the month, Sky & Telescope …

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ABP Live

Evolutionary trees of organisms determined by comparing anatomy rather than gene sequences could be misleading, new research led by scientists from the Milner Centre for Evolution at the University of Bath in the United Kingdom.

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Mother Jones

Date: June 2, 2022; Source: University of Konstanz; Summary: Bumblebee colonies exposed to glyphosate are significantly affected in times of resource scarcity, according to recent research. Share: FULL STORY …

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