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Russia's top space official tried to claim that the planet Venus belongs to the Kremlin
Business Insider
Sep 19, 2020 13:22 UTC. Read More

After a tantalizing discovery at Venus, what could an astrobiology mission look like?
Space.com
Sep 19, 2020 11:32 UTC. Read More

NASA captures UFO sighting: Mysterious space orb 'following' ISS spotted on live stream
Express
Sep 19, 2020 11:07 UTC. Read More

Why is space a vacuum?
Livescience.com
Sep 19, 2020 11:00 UTC. Read More

Venus belongs to Russia, claims cosmonaut corporation director
msnNOW
Sep 19, 2020 00:13 UTC. Read More

Satellite images show what happens when wildfire smoke meets hurricanes
The Mercury News
Sep 18, 2020 23:43 UTC. Read More

Invites Media to Launch of Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich Satellite
NASA Planetary Science
Sep 18, 2020 22:13 UTC. Read More

Jupiter looms large in spectacular Hubble image –
Spaceflight Now
Sep 18, 2020 21:43 UTC. Read More

An Iceberg Might NOT Have Sunk the Titanic After All, a New Study Finds
Yahoo Finance
Sep 18, 2020 19:56 UTC. Read More

Jupiter's Great Red Spot stars in gorgeous new Hubble telescope view
CNET
Sep 18, 2020 19:35 UTC. Read More

Scientists discovered phosphine gas, a sign of life, on Venus. What might life look like there?
Vox.com
Sep 18, 2020 19:30 UTC. Read More

Brain-scanning backpack brings neuroscience into the real world
Science Magazine
Sep 18, 2020 18:40 UTC. Read More

Next SpaceX launch will wait for improved ocean conditions
Spaceflight Now
Sep 18, 2020 18:10 UTC. Read More

The rarity of 2020’s Halloween full moon
Deseret News
Sep 18, 2020 17:39 UTC. Read More

Scientists find 'secret molecule' that allows bacteria to exhale electricity
Livescience.com
Sep 18, 2020 17:38 UTC. Read More

The 1st Artemis astronauts on the moon may not visit the lunar south pole after all, NASA says
Space.com
Sep 18, 2020 17:36 UTC. Read More

Venus is a Russian planet say the Russians
CNN
Sep 18, 2020 17:11 UTC. Read More

Students team up with NASA to tests tools for Artemis
NASASpaceflight.com
Sep 18, 2020 17:00 UTC. Read More

Infrared Eyes on Enceladus: Hints of Fresh Ice in Northern Hemisphere
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Sep 18, 2020 16:43 UTC. Read More

"Supercooled" two-in-one discovery explains bizarre water behavior
Inverse
Sep 18, 2020 16:33 UTC. Read More

VLBA makes first direct distance measurement to magnetar
Phys.Org
Sep 18, 2020 15:11 UTC. Read More

investors are 'very excited' now about being part of the space industry: Former NASA astronaut
Yahoo Finance
Sep 18, 2020 15:07 UTC. Read More

Archaeology news: Clues leading to the infamous King Herod confirm 'Bible's reliability'
Express
Sep 18, 2020 14:49 UTC. Read More

NASA to test precision automated landing system designed for the moon and Mars on upcoming Blue Origin mission
TechCrunch
Sep 18, 2020 14:26 UTC. Read More

Arctic sea ice is being increasingly melted from below by warming Atlantic water
Phys.Org
Sep 18, 2020 14:09 UTC. Read More

Engineers produce a fisheye lens that's completely flat
Phys.Org
Sep 18, 2020 13:57 UTC. Read More

Reality show latest sign of growing commercial interest in ISS
SpaceNews
Sep 18, 2020 11:31 UTC. Read More

Pastel-colored Jupiter dazzles in gorgeous Hubble telescope photo
Space.com
Sep 18, 2020 10:51 UTC. Read More

A reality show wants to send its winning contestant to the ISS
Engadget
Sep 18, 2020 10:22 UTC. Read More

SpaceX delays Starlink launch as ocean outmatches drone ship upgrades
Teslarati
Sep 18, 2020 08:55 UTC. Read More

Australia's stinging trees: if the snakes and spiders don't get you, the plants might Irina Vetter, Edward Kalani Gilding and Thomas Durek
The Guardian
Sep 18, 2020 06:57 UTC. Read More

Antarctica breakthrough: Scientists' ‘extraordinary’ find of creatures 4,000m below ice
Express
Sep 18, 2020 04:59 UTC. Read More

This is the show that I want Netflix to renew the most right now
BGR
Sep 18, 2020 04:15 UTC. Read More

When did dinosaurs first appear? After mass extinction, scientists say
Deseret News
Sep 18, 2020 03:59 UTC. Read More

Glorious New Hubble Photo Showcases Jupiter's Stormy Side
ScienceAlert
Sep 18, 2020 02:19 UTC. Read More

Scientists just discovered an "impossible planet" orbiting too close to its parent star
Salon
Sep 17, 2020 23:15 UTC. Read More

NASA astronauts have a new task: make videos of Estée Lauder products
CNN
Sep 17, 2020 22:19 UTC. Read More

Jupiter And Its Moon Europa Shine In NASA's New Hubble Photo
HuffPost
Sep 17, 2020 22:12 UTC. Read More

Mandatory quarantine issued for 11 more houses
WILX-TV
Sep 17, 2020 22:08 UTC. Read More

Stargazers are in for a Halloween treat with a rare Blue Moon on October 31
Daily Mail
Sep 17, 2020 22:07 UTC. Read More

Hell Is in Space and It Belongs to Russia, Roscosmos Chief Says
Gizmodo
Sep 17, 2020 20:09 UTC. Read More

SpaceX delays next Starlink satellite fleet launch due to rocket 'recovery issue'
Space.com
Sep 17, 2020 19:05 UTC. Read More

Astronomers capture stellar winds in unprecedented detail
Phys.Org
Sep 17, 2020 18:49 UTC. Read More

Russia's space agency chief declares Venus a "Russian planet"
CBS News
Sep 17, 2020 18:42 UTC. Read More

Scientists Find Efficient Way to Convert Carbon Dioxide into Ethylene Chemistry, Materials Science
Sci-News.com
Sep 17, 2020 18:14 UTC. Read More

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