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Astronomers detect biggest explosion in the history of the Universe
Phys.Org
Feb 27, 2020 17:04 UTC. Read More

So, Amphibians Glow. Humans Just Couldn't See It—Until Now
WIRED
Feb 27, 2020 15:59 UTC. Read More

Enter the twilight zone: scientists dive into the oceans' mysterious middle
Nature.com
Feb 27, 2020 14:57 UTC. Read More

Possible new 'minimoon' discovered orbiting Earth
Fox News
Feb 27, 2020 13:49 UTC. Read More

SpaceX's Starlink launch ambitions just saved a space station resupply mission from big delays
Teslarati
Feb 27, 2020 13:29 UTC. Read More

Mysterious 15M-year-old crater on Earth could unlock secrets about Mars
Fox News
Feb 27, 2020 13:29 UTC. Read More

Physicists may have accidentally discovered a new state of matter
Phys.Org
Feb 27, 2020 13:27 UTC. Read More

Large exoplanet could have the right conditions for life
HeritageDaily
Feb 27, 2020 11:29 UTC. Read More

How astronomers are piecing together the mysterious origins of superluminous supernovae
Phys.Org
Feb 27, 2020 11:22 UTC. Read More

Hidden island the size of Windsor Castle uncovered in Antarctica due to melting ice
Daily Mail
Feb 27, 2020 10:59 UTC. Read More

Heatwave melts 20% of an Antarctic island's snow in only 9 days
TheWestNews
Feb 27, 2020 08:32 UTC. Read More

Astounding Images of Antarctica's Blood-Red Ice Are Really an Ominous Climate Sign
ScienceAlert
Feb 27, 2020 06:36 UTC. Read More

How to see Venus and a crescent moon side-by-side this Thursday
CNN
Feb 27, 2020 05:48 UTC. Read More

This Exoplanet Could Actually Be Habitable After All, And It's Not Even That Far
ScienceAlert
Feb 27, 2020 00:12 UTC. Read More

SpaceX delays next Dragon cargo ship launch for NASA due to rocket issue
Space.com
Feb 26, 2020 23:30 UTC. Read More

Study Maps the Hundreds of Bacteria That Live in the Human Vagina
Gizmodo
Feb 26, 2020 23:24 UTC. Read More

NASA's InSight mission shows Mars is a seismically active world
Spaceflight Now
Feb 26, 2020 21:11 UTC. Read More

Astronomers discover Earth has a second moon — for now
WTHR
Feb 26, 2020 21:06 UTC. Read More

Scientists accidentally discover first-ever "animal" that doesn't need oxygen to breathe
CBS News
Feb 26, 2020 21:04 UTC. Read More

Explorers S4 E5: Journey to Space
League of Legends
Feb 26, 2020 20:00 UTC. Read More

Meteor streaks across early morning Arizona sky
League of Legends
Feb 26, 2020 19:46 UTC. Read More

See NASA prep for the moon with fiery Orion motor test
CNET
Feb 26, 2020 18:54 UTC. Read More

Method with polarized light can create and measure nonsymmetrical states in a layered material
Phys.Org
Feb 26, 2020 18:41 UTC. Read More

Explained: Why water droplets 'bounce off the walls'
Phys.Org
Feb 26, 2020 18:07 UTC. Read More

Planetary scientist ranks Saturn emoji, and there's a clear winner
CNET
Feb 26, 2020 17:37 UTC. Read More

Mysterious faded star Betelgeuse has started to brighten again
Nature.com
Feb 26, 2020 17:29 UTC. Read More

Mysterious faded star Betelgeuse has started to brighten again
Nature.com
Feb 26, 2020 17:28 UTC. Read More

Protoplanet Asteroid 4 Vesta had a turbulent beginning
HeritageDaily
Feb 26, 2020 17:17 UTC. Read More

Researcher: Passing Star Could Yeet Earth Out of Solar System
Futurism
Feb 26, 2020 17:08 UTC. Read More

Rats are New Yorkers, too! Genome study reveals how rodents conquered the Big Apple
Nature.com
Feb 26, 2020 17:00 UTC. Read More

Rats are New Yorkers, too! Genome study reveals how rodents conquered the Big Apple
Nature.com
Feb 26, 2020 16:59 UTC. Read More

IceCube identifies four galaxies as likely sources of cosmic rays
physicsworld.com
Feb 26, 2020 16:52 UTC. Read More

Seagulls prefer food touched by humans, study suggests
BBC News
Feb 26, 2020 16:47 UTC. Read More

Ahead of the curve in the evolution of human feet
Nature.com
Feb 26, 2020 16:01 UTC. Read More

New Era of Physics: First Direct Probes of the Strongest Force in the Universe
SciTechDaily
Feb 26, 2020 16:00 UTC. Read More

This long-overlooked part of our foot may be key to walking upright
Science Magazine
Feb 26, 2020 15:59 UTC. Read More

Researchers reconstruct migration movements through ancient DNA
HeritageDaily
Feb 26, 2020 15:44 UTC. Read More

Is migration part of the 'skin care routine' of whales?
Medical News Today
Feb 26, 2020 14:14 UTC. Read More

Weak forces are strong enough to align semiconductor nanoparticles
Phys.Org
Feb 26, 2020 14:08 UTC. Read More

Does our galaxy's huge black hole have a little black hole buddy?
SYFY WIRE
Feb 26, 2020 14:00 UTC. Read More

Earth formed faster than initially believed, experts say
Fox News
Feb 26, 2020 13:07 UTC. Read More

Scientists found a billion-year-old fossil believed to be an ancestor of earth's very first plants
CNN
Feb 26, 2020 12:58 UTC. Read More

Astronomers say Earth might have a new mini-moon
CNET
Feb 26, 2020 12:35 UTC. Read More

Mars lander reveals new details about the Red Planet's strange magnetic field
Space.com
Feb 26, 2020 12:28 UTC. Read More

Can a rogue star kick Earth out of the solar system?
Space.com
Feb 26, 2020 12:27 UTC. Read More

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