Impeachment article hearings, Geminid meteor shower, ‘Richard Jewell’ hits theaters: 5 things to know Friday
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Impeachment article hearings, Geminid meteor shower, ‘Richard Jewell’ hits theaters: 5 things to know Friday

Editors USA TODAY Published 3:16 AM EST Dec 13, 2019 Abrupt ending pushes House vote on impeachment to Friday After a grueling day of proceedings that went on…

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NASA gives go-ahead for Starliner test flight to space station
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NASA gives go-ahead for Starliner test flight to space station

Boeing’s first space-ready Starliner capsule stands atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket at Cape Canaveral’s Complex 41 launch pad. Credit: United Launch AllianceNASA officials cleared Boeing’s…

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Mysterious Visitor From the Depths of Space Swings Past Sun
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Mysterious Visitor From the Depths of Space Swings Past Sun

Comet 2I/Borisov image taken by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope captures the comet soon after its closest approach to the Sun. Credit: NASA, ESA and D. Jewitt (UCLA) When…

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How old? DNA reveals lifespan of mammoth | News
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How old? DNA reveals lifespan of mammoth | News

It has been at least 10,000 years since a human saw a mammoth die of natural causes on the Arctic tundra. But now we have a good idea…

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NASA’s Juno probe discovers Texas-size cyclone on Jupiter
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NASA’s Juno probe discovers Texas-size cyclone on Jupiter

A group of cyclones on Jupiter have a new addition.  NASA A recent flyby of Jupiter by NASA's Juno spacecraft led to the discovery of a new cyclone,…

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Shift in Earth’s magnetic north throws navigators off course
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Shift in Earth’s magnetic north throws navigators off course

Choose your subscription Not sure which package to choose?Try full access for 4 weeks For 4 weeks receive unlimited Premium digital access to the FT's trusted, award-winning business…

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Astronomers Discover MAMBO-9, Most Distant Dusty Star-Forming Galaxy – “We Were in Doubt if It Was Real”
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Astronomers Discover MAMBO-9, Most Distant Dusty Star-Forming Galaxy – “We Were in Doubt if It Was Real”

Artist impression of what MAMBO-9 would look like in visible light. The galaxy is very dusty and it has yet to build most of its stars. Credit: NRAO/AUI/NSF,…

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Dark Matter Could Be A Source of Gamma Rays Coming from the Center of the Milky Way
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Dark Matter Could Be A Source of Gamma Rays Coming from the Center of the Milky Way

There’s a lot of mysterious goings-on at the center of the Milky Way. The supermassive black hole that resides there is chief among them. But there’s another intriguing…

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A Friday 13th post-election asteroid is heading for Earth, Nasa reveals
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A Friday 13th post-election asteroid is heading for Earth, Nasa reveals

In the olden days, celestial events were taken as omens which foretold the future. So you might wonder what on Earth it means that an asteroid is heading…

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An Upcoming ESA Mission is Going to Remove one Piece of Space Junk From Orbit
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An Upcoming ESA Mission is Going to Remove one Piece of Space Junk From Orbit

While working at the NASA Johnson Space Center during the 1970s, astrophysicist Donald Kessler predicted that collisions between space debris would become increasingly common as the density of…

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