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New images share unprecedented view of how Odysseus spacecraft landed on the moon - CNN
New images share unprecedented view of how Odysseus spacecraft landed on the moon - CNN

Remarkable new images from the Odysseus mission capture the spacecraft — the first US-made vehicle to make a soft touchdown on the moon in five decades — in the moments directly after its harrowing and historic touchdown on the lunar surface.

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Close-up images of DART's asteroid smashup reveal complex debris - Ars Technica
Close-up images of DART's asteroid smashup reveal complex debris - Ars Technica

A CubeSat trailed the DART asteroid impactor, capturing images of debris set loose.

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4 awe-evoking pics of the mighty Himalayas taken from space - Hindustan Times
4 awe-evoking pics of the mighty Himalayas taken from space - Hindustan Times

From astronauts to space agencies, these pictures of the Himalayas capture the grandeur of this mountain range in Asia. | Trending

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'It's white-knuckle time:' NASA chief stresses safety for Crew-8 astronaut launch - Space.com
'It's white-knuckle time:' NASA chief stresses safety for Crew-8 astronaut launch - Space.com

'We never want to get in to the frame of mind that it's so routine that it's like getting in your car and taking a Sunday afternoon drive.'

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People Without Tails? Scientists Identify Genetic Mutation Behind Condition - NDTV
People Without Tails? Scientists Identify Genetic Mutation Behind Condition - NDTV

Director James Cameron's "Avatar" movies are populated by a species of outsized blue beings resembling humans, except with tails. So why does our species lack a tail, considering that our evolutionary forerunners in the primate lineage had them?

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Underwater volcano eruption 7300 years ago is the largest in recorded history - Livescience.com
Underwater volcano eruption 7300 years ago is the largest in recorded history - Livescience.com

The Kikai-Akahoya eruption — the largest volcanic explosion in recorded history — ejected more than 80 cubic miles of volcanic rock and ash off the southwestern coast of Japan 7,300 years ago.

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Webb observes faintest galaxies during first billion years of the Universe - Devdiscourse
Webb observes faintest galaxies during first billion years of the Universe - Devdiscourse

Read more about Webb observes faintest galaxies during first billion years of the Universe on Devdiscourse

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New moons spotted orbiting Uranus and Neptune | World News | applevalleynewsnow.com - AppleValleyNewsNow.com
New moons spotted orbiting Uranus and Neptune | World News | applevalleynewsnow.com - AppleValleyNewsNow.com

(CNN) — Astronomers have discovered three previously unknown moons around Uranus and Neptune, the most distant planets in our solar system.

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Here Are The Black Astronauts You Absolutely Need To Know - The Root
Here Are The Black Astronauts You Absolutely Need To Know - The Root

Victor Glover will be the first Black astronaut to travel around the moon, but there are plenty of other Black astronauts you should know.

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Webb finds dwarf galaxies reionized the universe - Phys.org
Webb finds dwarf galaxies reionized the universe - Phys.org

Using the unprecedented capabilities of the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope, an international team of scientists has obtained the first spectroscopic observations of the faintest galaxies during the first billion years of the universe. These findings,…

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Symmetry breaking and chiral amplification in prebiotic ligation reactions - Nature.com
Symmetry breaking and chiral amplification in prebiotic ligation reactions - Nature.com

A study of a new route to proteinogenic peptides reveals how heterochiral preference can lead to homochiral peptides in a prebiotic world.

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Durable and efficient gene silencing in vivo by hit-and-run epigenome editing - Nature.com
Durable and efficient gene silencing in vivo by hit-and-run epigenome editing - Nature.com

Experiments in mice show that designed epigenome editors that contain domains of transcriptional repressors can enable stable epigenetic silencing of Pcsk9, a gene with a role in cholesterol homeostasis, without inducing DNA breaks.

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A mobile DNA sequence could explain tail loss in humans and apes - Nature.com
A mobile DNA sequence could explain tail loss in humans and apes - Nature.com

An alternatively spliced gene contributed to tail loss in early apes.

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On the genetic basis of tail-loss evolution in humans and apes - Nature.com
On the genetic basis of tail-loss evolution in humans and apes - Nature.com

An insertion of an Alu element into an intron of the TBXT gene is identified as a genetic mechanism of tail-loss evolution in humans and apes, with implications for human health today.

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SOX17 enables immune evasion of early colorectal adenomas and cancers - Nature.com
SOX17 enables immune evasion of early colorectal adenomas and cancers - Nature.com

Transcriptomic and chromatin accessibility analyses of naive and transplanted colon cancer organoids in a mouse model reveal a key role for the transcription factor SOX17 in establishing a permissive immune environment for tumour cells.

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Footage from Varda capsule re-entering Earth's atmosphere is a trip - Boing Boing
Footage from Varda capsule re-entering Earth's atmosphere is a trip - Boing Boing

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Astronomers narrow down where 'Planet Nine' could be hiding by playing massive game of 'connect the dots' - Livescience.com
Astronomers narrow down where 'Planet Nine' could be hiding by playing massive game of 'connect the dots' - Livescience.com

The researchers who originally proposed the Planet Nine hypothesis have narrowed down where the giant elusive world might be hiding, after carrying out an exhaustive sweep of the theoretical planet's orbital pathway.

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Your gas stove may emit more nanoparticles than car exhaust - Futurity: Research News
Your gas stove may emit more nanoparticles than car exhaust - Futurity: Research News

You may be breathing in more tiny air pollution nanoparticles from your gas stove than you would from a car that runs on gas or diesel.

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Intuitive Machines says moon lander collecting data as it continues to generate power - XM
Intuitive Machines says moon lander collecting data as it continues to generate power - XM

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India to launch Chandrayaan-4 in 2028 to bring rocks from the Moon - India Today
India to launch Chandrayaan-4 in 2028 to bring rocks from the Moon - India Today

Chandrayaan-4 aims to build on the accomplishments of the recently concluded Chandrayaan-3 mission while attempting more complex objectives confirmed Dr Nilesh Desai Director Isro039s Space Applications Centre

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