Cosmonauts from Russia's Roscosmos carry out a lengthy space walk to continue integrating the Russian-built Nauka science lab. (Sep. 9)
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Researchers have created a solid-state battery with an all-silicon anode that could potentially deliver long life, high energy density and fast charging.
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More than 100 people reporting seeing the fireball to the American Meteor Society.
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A Danish man found buried treasure from the Iron Age using a metal detector, just hours after turning it on for the first time
A metal detectorist has uncovered one of the largest gold hoards ever found in Denmark. An Iron Age chieftain buried the treasure 1,500 years ago.
Scientists have found evidence that humans reached the Americas earlier than previously thought.
Samsung says it has developed an approach that would 'copy and paste' a brain's neuron map to 3D chip networks — if and when the technology is ready.
The star of the popular space franchise “Star Trek” is headed to space, according to reports from TMZ. Here are the details on William Shatner going to space. What Happened: Shatner will board the second civilian flight from Blue Origin, the space company founded by Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) founder Jeff Bezos. Shatner celebrated his 90th birthday in March. The “Star Trek” actor will become the oldest person in space, surpassing the record set on the last Blue Origin space flight by 82 year old
The Hubble telescope and ALMA have found six 'dead' early galaxies that stopped forming stars unusually quickly.
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Blue Origin is flying a group of paying tourists to the edge of space on October 12 following Jeff Bezos's successful flight in July.
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Chairman disbands panel investigating COVID-19's origins, saying its links to a nonprofit that worked with a Chinese lab raises bias concerns
Jeffrey Sachs, the chairman of a task force probing COVID-19's origins, told WSJ he was concerned about the panel's links to EcoHealth Alliance.
NASA has released an augmented reality graphic novel that could help recruit more astronauts... and teach you a few things in the process.
The U.S. Space Force, the military branch spun out of the Air Force in December 2019, has announced its next batch of awards for projects related to next-gen rocket engine testing and upper-stage improvements. The awards were granted by the Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC), a program managed by the Space Force’s Space Systems Command. SpEC facilitates engagement between the U.S. Department and Defense and the space industry, by allowing its nearly 600 members to compete for contracts.
The Landsat-9 spacecraft will continue an unbroken, near-50-year observation of our changing world.
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The prints were likely made by children and teenagers during the last Ice Age.
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Study of how fish are snatched from lines will investigate what species of sharks are the most prolific offenders The researchers also hope to get a handle for the first time on the economic cost. The recreational deep sea fishing industry supports more than 88,000 jobs in Florida and provides annual revenue above $9bn. Photograph: Matt Heath/Alamy Many anglers lament the one that got away. In Florida, the issue is more often the fish that is caught but is then snatched by a shark before being r
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It's now less than $100.
Our 2021 healthcare roundtable highlights the technologies and treatments changing the face of medicine, and the companies that could benefit.
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“I wanted not only to break the mold, but to help pull other African Americans into the program and get them to fly.”
Children today will likely live through more weather and climate disasters than their grandparents if the planet continues to warm at its current pace, a study published in the journal Science this week estimates.Why it matters: The study quantifies what is already widely known: extreme weather and climate events will become more common and severe as the planet warms primarily from human influences, like increased greenhouse gas emissions.Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insi
Blue Origin, the space company owned by Amazon's Jeff Bezos, announced plans on Monday for its next flight and the news and entertainment website TMZ said it may include a celebrity astronaut -- William Shatner, who played Captain Kirk on "Star Trek."
Rick Montanez reports on the now available Pfizer COVID-19 booster shot for eligible adults.