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The human life span is theoretically limitless, a study suggests - adding fuel to a longstanding debate about our mortality
Recent research suggests that our chance of death plateaus after we reach a certain age. But that doesn't mean humans can live forever.
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3 astronauts arrived at China's new space station, which it's building as it's banned from the International Space Station
Chinese astronauts were banned from the International Space Station (ISS) in 2011 by US lawmakers.
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Massive asteroids will whiz past Earth in coming weeks, including 1 nearly size of Empire State Building
Several massive asteroids are expected to whiz close to Earth in the coming weeks, including one nearly the size of the Empire State Building. Two are expected to soar near the planet on Saturday, followed by more in the coming days, according to data from NASA's Center for Near Earth Object Studies. On Friday, Asteroid 2021 SM3, which has a diameter of up to 525 feet -- bigger than the size of the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt -- was projected to zoom by around 3.5 million miles away from Earth, USA Today first reported based off CNEOS data.
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China's new hypersonic missile demonstrated an advanced space capability that caught US intelligence by surprise, report says
China had made "astounding progress" on hypersonic weapons far more advanced than US officials realized, sources told The Financial Times.
Chinese astronauts began Saturday their six-month mission on China's first permanent space station, after successfully docking aboard their spacecraft.
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These spiralling signals blinked on and off in a way never seen before, leaving astronomers with quite the mystery on their hands.
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One of the Lucy probe's two solar arrays may not have fully deployed and locked in place after launch Saturday.
The ISS turned by 57 degrees after a docked Soyuz spacecraft continued to fire its thrusters during testing when it was supposed to end.
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A warm glass of milk has long been used by parents to settle their toddlers before bed. Now new research has suggested that it is not just an old wives’ tale and the bedtime drink really does help ensure a good night’s sleep.
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Beanless brews can cut deforestation and greenhouse gas emissions dramatically – but what will happen to workers in traditional coffee-growing regions? Coffee cell cultures, right, and roasted coffee, left, produced in a lab by VTT, a Finnish research institution. Photograph: VTT Heiko Rischer isn’t quite sure how to describe the taste of lab-grown coffee. This summer he sampled one of the first batches in the world produced from cell cultures rather than coffee beans. “To describe it is difficu
Just an-otter reason to love these marine mammals.
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The rock is called anorthosite, and experts say the rock produces less waste and greenhouse gas emissions than other sources. Miners are crushing it to create a more sustainable source of aluminum along with other everyday items. Ian Lee reports.
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A Soyuz space capsule carrying a cosmonaut and two Russian filmmakers has separated from the International Space Station and is heading for the Earth. The separation took place on schedule at 0115 GMT Sunday with Oleg Novitskiy, Yulia Peresild and Klim Shipenko aboard for a descent of about 3 1/2 hours. Actress Peresild and film director Shipenko rocketed to the space station on Oct. 5 for a 12-day stint on the station to film segments of a movie titled “Challenge,” in which a surgeon played by Peresild rushes to the space station to save a crew member who needs an urgent operation in orbit.
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Scientists at this company look at DNA like a blueprint. Here’s how it’s helping criminal investigators track down suspects in North Carolina.
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NASA launched its "Lucy" spacecraft from Cape Canaveral, Florida, early Saturday morning. Over the course of 12 years, the probe will explore a record-setting eight asteroids in a single mission. CBS News space consultant Bill Harwood joins CBSN to discuss what scientists hope to learn about the creation of our solar system from this mission.
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A Russian film crew bid farewell to the International Space Station crew before returning to Earth after spending 12 days on the International Space Station (ISS) shooting scenes for the first movie in orbit. The Russian crew is set to beat a Hollywood project that was announced last year by "Mission Impossible" star Tom Cruise together with NASA and Elon Musk's SpaceX. The crew travelled in a Soyuz MS-19 spaceship to film scenes for "The Challenge".
The Lucy probe will visit swarms of asteroids called trojans to gain insights on planetary origins.
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Actress Yulia Peresild, producer-director Klim Shipenko and cosmonaut Oleg Novitskiy touched down on Earth at 0435GMT in the Kazakhstan steppe. Over 12 days in space, Peresild and Shipenko filmed scenes for their movie "the Challenge" in which Peresild plays a doctor, who travels to the space station to save a cosmonaut's life.The project has Russia beating the U.S. in the latest chapter in the space race - movie making.Last year, NASA announced plans for Hollywood star Tom Cruise to blast off on a SpaceX rocket for a yet-to-be-named film.
Russian fillmmakers have returned to Earth after shooting the first feature film aboard the International Space Station.
NASA launched a spacecraft aboard an Atlas V rocket on Oct. 16, set on a mission to study clusters of asteroids surrounding Jupiter.