Blue Origin continuing work on New Glenn launch complex, support facilities
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Blue Origin continuing work on New Glenn launch complex, support facilities

Work on Blue Origin’s New Glenn launch complex – LC-36 – is well underway. Recent aerial imagery of Cape Canaveral from NOAA shows how far Blue has come…

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Giant bubbles spotted rushing out from Milky Way’s center
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Giant bubbles spotted rushing out from Milky Way’s center

“These enormous bubbles have until now been hidden by the glare of extremely bright radio emission from the center of the galaxy,” said Fernando Camilo of SARAO in…

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‘Game-changing’ research could solve evolution mysteries
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‘Game-changing’ research could solve evolution mysteries

A Stephanorhinus skull from Dmanisi. Credit: Mirian Kiladze, Georgian National Museum An evolution revolution has begun after scientists extracted genetic information from a 1.7 million-year-old rhino tooth—the largest…

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Scientists identify rare evolutionary intermediates to understand the origin of eukaryotes
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Scientists identify rare evolutionary intermediates to understand the origin of eukaryotes

The new study illustrates the remarkable similarity between how evolution happens in the macroscopic world and how evolution happens in the world that Darwin never saw -- the…

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Ancient kangaroo had a koala-like face and jaws of steel
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Ancient kangaroo had a koala-like face and jaws of steel

Scientists’ New Find Is Literally Shocking
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Scientists’ New Find Is Literally Shocking

(Newser) – The electric eel just got more electric. A newly discovered species found in the Amazon can inflict an 860-volt jolt—the strongest of any animal, say researchers.…

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Hubble Finds Water Vapor On Distant Exoplanet
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Hubble Finds Water Vapor On Distant Exoplanet

With data from the Hubble Space Telescope, water vapor has been detected in the atmosphere of an exoplanet within the habitable zone of its host star.K2-18b, which is…

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This may be the first known exoplanet with clouds of water droplets and even rain
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This may be the first known exoplanet with clouds of water droplets and even rain

Clouds of water droplets and even rain may exist in the soggy skies of a faraway exoplanet.  A combination of observations with space telescopes and simulations suggests that…

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Giant radio bubbles spew from near the Milky Way’s central black hole
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Giant radio bubbles spew from near the Milky Way’s central black hole

Discoveries keep bubbling up at the center of the Milky Way. Colossal bubbles emanate from this spot, spitting out radio waves detected with the help of a new…

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Remembering 9/11: NASA Astronauts Pay Tribute from Space
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Remembering 9/11: NASA Astronauts Pay Tribute from Space

A New York City Fire Department patch floats in the Cupola window of the International Space Station on the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. (Image: ©…

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