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August 11, 2022
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Space.com

An image showing hundreds of galaxies in deep space. One of the images from JWST’s Cosmic Evolution Early Release Science Survey (CEERS), in which astronomers are discovering red galaxies with …

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Space.com

A meteorite on Earth holds new evidence that asteroids do indeed mysteriously spit out pebbles, a new study finds. In 2019, NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft discovered a strange new phenomenon when the near-Earth asteroid it was exploring, Bennu, …

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Space.com

The InSight mission uncovered little or no sign of water or water ice in the nearly 1,000 feet (300 meters) below the lander, a new study shows. The subsurface around the landing zone — an equatorial …

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Space.com

China is gearing up to complete its Tiangong space station with a third module launch in less than 18 months. The Mengtian experiment module arrived at Wenchang spaceport in south China on Tuesday (Aug. 9) after being shipped in containers from the …

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Space.com

A particularly bright meteor seen in the skies of Earth on July 31 has been tracked back to a comet that created a field of debris when it began to disintegrate thousands of years ago. Advertisement. Skip advert. Scientists believe that the fragment …

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The New York Times

The result is faster melting of the Greenland ice sheet, which leads to greater sea-level rise. But it also affects atmospheric circulation in North America and elsewhere, with impacts on weather like extreme rainfall and heat waves, although some of the …

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Space.com

Large orange full moon in the sky above a row of houses, its reflection is. Supermoon and it’s reflection (Image credit: Tom Ormerod).

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CNN

Thinning and calving have reduced the mass of Antarctica’s ice shelves by 12 trillion tons since 1997, an analysis found. Los Angeles Antarctica’s coastal glaciers are …

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The New York Times

As you do, a cascade of motion begins, forcing air from your lungs through two muscles, which vibrate, sculpting sound waves that pass through your mouth and into the world. These muscles are called vocal cords, or vocal folds, and their vibrations form …

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CNN

The phenomenon, called Arctic amplification, is caused by the heat-trapping emissions from burning fossil fuels. The pace of the temperature increase around the North Pole in recent decades was four times higher than the rest …

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