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This Stunning Animation Shows Why Saturn's Rings Are Like a 'Mini Solar System'
Submitted 5 day(s) ago by system

If star-hopping aliens ever visited our solar system, Saturn is probably the planet they'd remember.

Flu Shots Are Linked to a Drop in COVID-19 Infections, And Scientists Aren't Sure Why
Submitted 18 day(s) ago by system

Getting a flu shot is not the same thing as getting a COVID-19 vaccination. If it were, the world would be in a very different place right now.

How Scientists Know The Approved COVID-19 Vaccines Are Safe
Submitted 99 day(s) ago by system

After a year which resulted in over 1.7 million deaths and multiple lockdowns, many people are welcoming the news that COVID-19 vaccines are starting to be given to the public. Widespread vaccination may mean that life can return to pre-pandemic no

The First Person to Be Cured of HIV Has Passed Away From Cancer
Submitted 192 day(s) ago by system

The first person to be cured of HIV, Timothy Ray Brown - known as the "Berlin Patient" - has died from cancer, the International AIDS Society (IAS) announced Wednesday. 

Here Are The Detailed And Risky Steps NASA Needs to Take to Land on The Moon by 2024
Submitted 199 day(s) ago by system

NASA has released its first full plan for its Artemis missions, which aim to put the first woman on the moon and the first man since 1972.

Orion Hosts a Bizarrely Wonky Protoplanetary System With 3 Stars
Submitted 218 day(s) ago by system

A cloud of dust and gas swirling around an infant star system 1,300 light-years away is like no planet-forming disc we've seen yet. It consists of three rings, wrapped around three stars - and all three rings have different orientations, with the i

So, The International Space Station Is Leaking Air Again
Submitted 233 day(s) ago by system

The International Space Station (ISS), in Earth orbit at hundreds of kilometres altitude, is not perfectly airtight. Every day, the cabin loses a minute amount of air, monitored carefully so that a liveable atmospheric pressure can be maintained, a

NASA Is Tracking a Vast, Growing Anomaly in Earth's Magnetic Field
Submitted 236 day(s) ago by system

NASA is actively monitoring a strange anomaly in Earth's magnetic field: a giant region of lower magnetic intensity in the skies above the planet, stretching out between South America and southwest Africa.

Greenland's Melting Ice Sheet Has 'Passed The Point of No Return', Scientists Say
Submitted 237 day(s) ago by system

Greenland's ice sheet may have hit a tipping point that sets it on an irreversible path to completely disappearing.

Common Colds May Have 'Primed' Some People's Immune Systems For COVID-19
Submitted 247 day(s) ago by system

A cold you got years ago may prove helpful if your body has to fight the new coronavirus.

Hauntingly Beautiful Time-Lapse Video Shows Comet NEOWISE From Earth's Orbit
Submitted 269 day(s) ago by system

In the darkness of orbital night on July 5, a NASA astronaut floated up to a window on the International Space Station, gazed toward the limb of Earth, and patiently waited for a cosmic spectacle.

Scientists Discover Extremely Tiny Dinosaur Ancestor in Madagascar
Submitted 278 day(s) ago by system

Its name was Kongonaphon kely, which means 'tiny bug slayer', and it was about the size of a coffee cup. But big things lay ahead for this little creature. Very big things indeed.

Scientists Detect Surprise Structures Wrapped Around Earth's Core
Submitted 302 day(s) ago by system

Blobs of hot, dense material that curl around Earth's core are much more widespread than previous research suggests.

The Dinosaur-Killer Asteroid May Have Hit Earth at 'Deadliest Possible' Angle
Submitted 319 day(s) ago by system

This much we knew: some 66 million years ago an asteroid roughly twice the diameter of Paris crashed into Earth, wiping out all land-dwelling dinosaurs and 75 percent of life on the planet.

NASA Names The Next Space Telescope After The Brilliant 'Mother of Hubble'
Submitted 325 day(s) ago by system

NASA just named a powerful new space telescope for the woman who masterminded the existence of such observatories in the first place.

Scientists Reveal a Proof-of-Concept Bionic Human Eye
Submitted 325 day(s) ago by system

Researchers say they've created a proof-of-concept bionic eye that could surpass the sensitivity of a human one.

Pangolins May Not Have Been The Intermediary Host of SARS-CoV-2 After All
Submitted 331 day(s) ago by system

Understanding the origins of the virus causing COVID-19 is one of the key questions scientists are trying to resolve while working out how to manage the pandemic. But in a fast-evolving situation, we're bound to point our fingers at a few innocent

A Giant Piece of a Chinese Rocket Just Smashed Down to Earth in an Uncontrolled Fall
Submitted 334 day(s) ago by system

The remains of a giant segment of a Chinese rocket crash-landed in the Atlantic Ocean this week, representing the most significant uncontrolled descent of a piece of human-made space debris in decades.

Breathtaking High-Res Images of Jupiter Reveal The Secrets of Its Wild Storms
Submitted 338 day(s) ago by system

Jupiter is not a serene place. The giant planet is wracked with tempestuous storms, wide bands of roiling cloud that encircle the entire globe, extending to depths many times thicker than the atmospheric distance between Earth and space.

Mysterious X-37B Space Plane Is Returning to Orbit, And For Once We're Being Told Why
Submitted 339 day(s) ago by system

The US military's X-37B space plane is heading back into space in mid-May, and while the Air Force doesn't often say much about the mysterious aircraft, the service's top civilian outlined what it will be doing this time around.

NASA Has Translated a Hubble Photo Into Music, And It's Absolutely Chilling
Submitted 342 day(s) ago by system

The Universe is a wondrous place, full of vast numbers of planets to explore, unsolved mysteries, and even 'superbubbles' blown by black holes.

Stunning Hubble Images Detect a Comet Shattered in The Inner Solar System
Submitted 347 day(s) ago by system

A comet only just discovered in December of last year has already met its demise. It didn't reach perihelion, or its closest approach to the Sun. It didn't even pass inside Earth orbit. Yet Comet C/2019 Y4 (ATLAS) has now absolutely shattered.

Oxford University Just Injected The First Participants in a COVID-19 Vaccine Trial
Submitted 352 day(s) ago by system

Oxford University is launching a human trial of a potential coronavirus vaccine, with the daunting aim of making a successful jab available to the public later this year.

An Extreme Weather Pattern May Have Triggered The Dramatic Kīlauea Eruption in Hawaii
Submitted 352 day(s) ago by system

Kīlauea was taking its time. In 1983, the volcano on the island of Hawaii began to erupt, and it didn't stop for 35 years, culminating in the longest-running eruption of its kind in centuries.

The Composition of Interstellar Comet 2I/Borisov Is Much More Alien Than We Thought
Submitted 354 day(s) ago by system

When the first known comet from interstellar space was spotted traversing the Solar System in late August of last year, astronomers snapped to attention. 2I/Borisov was an extraordinarily rare opportunity to study the formation of comets around oth

This Exoplanet Disappeared From Hubble Observations. Now, We Finally Know Why
Submitted 355 day(s) ago by system

In 2004 and 2006, the Hubble Space Telescope captured something incredible. There seemed to be a planet orbiting a star called Fomalhaut 25 light-years away, and it was directly detectable in visible light: extremely rare for exoplanets, which are

This 'Wonderchicken' Could Be The Oldest Modern Bird Fossil, And a True Survivor
Submitted 387 day(s) ago by system

Back when fearsome dinosaurs roamed the land, an unimpressive avian, about the size of a very small duck, somehow survived alongside them - eking out a life along a prehistoric European seashore.

5 Space And Astronomy Activities You Can Do From The Safety of Your Home Right Now
Submitted 391 day(s) ago by system

We're in uncharted territory as the world faces the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While the medical community is on the front lines of dealing with this, as well as others who provide critical services in our communities, the best thing many of

Welcome to the First Bear Market in Over a Decade - RealMoney
Submitted 395 day(s) ago by system

Welcome to the First Bear Market in Over a Decade...IWM

Detailed Tests Show Space-Grown Lettuce Is as Safe And Nutritious as Earth Lettuce
Submitted 397 day(s) ago by system

According to a study published in the journal Frontiers in Plant Science, lettuce grown in space isn't just delicious - it's also just as nutritious and safe to eat as boring old Earth lettuce.

Magnetic Fields Around NASA's Mars Lander Are 10 Times Stronger Than Scientists Expected
Submitted 398 day(s) ago by system

When NASA's Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport (Insight) lander set down on Mars in November of 2018, it began its two-year primary mission of studying Mars' seismology and interior environment.

Earth Could Have Once Been a Waterworld Covered by a Global Ocean, Study Suggests
Submitted 404 day(s) ago by noklpopl

When it was very young, the planet Earth looked rather different from the one we know and love today. For one, it had supercontinents - when the landmasses we currently live on were arranged in various configurations as they were pushed around by t

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