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What to know about the invasive purple flower that's taking over Minnesota yards - Star Tribune
What to know about the invasive purple flower that's taking over Minnesota yards - Star Tribune

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Unlocking the Secrets of LUCA, Earth’s Earliest Life Form - SciTechDaily
Unlocking the Secrets of LUCA, Earth’s Earliest Life Form - SciTechDaily

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NASA’s Historic Discovery: Six New Exoplanets - Adda247
NASA’s Historic Discovery: Six New Exoplanets - Adda247

NASA has achieved a significant milestone with the discovery of six new exoplanets: HD 36384 b, TOI-198 b, TOI-2095 b, TOI-2095 c, TOI-4860 b, and MWC 758 c. This brings the total number of confirmed exoplanets outside our solar system to 5,502, marking a rem…

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Climate change alters planetary spin | WION Climate Tracker - WION
Climate change alters planetary spin | WION Climate Tracker - WION

Scientists from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH) have determined that under the influence of climate warming, water from glaciers mo...

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Curiosity rover discovers never-before-seen mysterious crystals on Mars - India Today
Curiosity rover discovers never-before-seen mysterious crystals on Mars - India Today

On May 30 2024 the rover inadvertently cracked open a rock revealing vibrant yellow sulfur crystals that have never been observed on Mars before

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Curiosity Cracked Open a Rock on Mars And Found a Huge Surprise - ScienceAlert
Curiosity Cracked Open a Rock on Mars And Found a Huge Surprise - ScienceAlert

A rock on Mars has just spilled a surprising yellow treasure after Curiosity accidentally cracked through its unremarkable exterior.

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Tailored food aromas can help space travellers to enjoy ‘tasty’ food - Bizz Buzz
Tailored food aromas can help space travellers to enjoy ‘tasty’ food - Bizz Buzz

The experience of food in space is very different from that on Earth

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NASA warns of a 100ft asteroid to pass 'extremely close' to Earth at 47, 921 kmph - The Times of India
NASA warns of a 100ft asteroid to pass 'extremely close' to Earth at 47, 921 kmph - The Times of India

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NASA is on alert as another 290-ft Apollo asteroid hurtles towards Earth at alarming speed - WION
NASA is on alert as another 290-ft Apollo asteroid hurtles towards Earth at alarming speed - WION

NASA is on alert as another 290-ft Apollo asteroid hurtles towards Earth at alarming speed

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10 jaw-dropping images of galaxies taken by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope - Hindustan Times
10 jaw-dropping images of galaxies taken by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope - Hindustan Times

10 jaw-dropping images of galaxies taken by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope

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Discovery Of Phosphine On Venus Sparks Debate On Potential For Life - NDTV
Discovery Of Phosphine On Venus Sparks Debate On Potential For Life - NDTV

Astronomers have achieved a groundbreaking feat by detecting phosphine on Venus, a biosignature that suggests the possibility of life.

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Don’t Miss: Perseid Meteor Shower Spectacle Lights Up the Night Sky - SciTechDaily
Don’t Miss: Perseid Meteor Shower Spectacle Lights Up the Night Sky - SciTechDaily

The 2024 Perseids meteor shower, peaking on the night of August 11, promises an impressive display, though visibility may be slightly hindered by a waxing moon. Ideal viewing conditions include dark, clear skies away from city lights, and the shower can be be…

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Astrophotographer Catches Sun Firing Spectacular Plasma Ejection At Mercury - IFLScience
Astrophotographer Catches Sun Firing Spectacular Plasma Ejection At Mercury - IFLScience

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NASA's Perseverance Mars rover stumbles upon a dusty little snowman (photo) - Space.com
NASA's Perseverance Mars rover stumbles upon a dusty little snowman (photo) - Space.com

Do you want to build a snowman, Perseverance Mars rover?

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Gaia spacecraft almost doomed by back-to-back meteor strike and solar storm — but ESA says they've found a solution - Livescience.com
Gaia spacecraft almost doomed by back-to-back meteor strike and solar storm — but ESA says they've found a solution - Livescience.com

The European Space Agency's Gaia spacecraft is back to routine operations studying the Milky Way after a meteor strike punctured its protective shield, allowing charged solar particles to stream through.

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Loneliness is a dish best served in space: Why food may taste weird to astronauts - Space.com
Loneliness is a dish best served in space: Why food may taste weird to astronauts - Space.com

A greater sense of loneliness and isolation, which astronauts may experience in space, can influence how people smell and taste their food.

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SpaceX launches to ISS are under independent NASA review after rare Falcon 9 rocket failure - Space.com
SpaceX launches to ISS are under independent NASA review after rare Falcon 9 rocket failure - Space.com

"This is our top company priority right now."

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Scientists Reveal Lunar Tunnel That Could Serve as a Moon Base For Future Astronauts - IGN
Scientists Reveal Lunar Tunnel That Could Serve as a Moon Base For Future Astronauts - IGN

For the first time, an international team of scientists have confirmed the existence of a large underground tunnel beneath the Moon’s surface, which could one day be used by future astronauts sheltering from the temperature and radiation extremes that scour t…

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A new explanation for Jupiter's shrinking Great Red Spot - Phys.org
A new explanation for Jupiter's shrinking Great Red Spot - Phys.org

Jupiter's Great Red Spot—the biggest windstorm in the solar system—is shrinking, and a new study may help explain why.

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Scientists Spot Possible Signs of Life in Clouds of Venus - Futurism
Scientists Spot Possible Signs of Life in Clouds of Venus - Futurism

Researchers have presented new evidence for the presence of two gases that are closely related to life on Earth in the atmosphere of Venus.

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