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  • DriveSpark.comThe Tesla In Space: Art Or Travesty?The Daily CallerEmily Lakdawalla is famous for two reasons. She is editor for the Planetary Society, the space advocacy organization that is run by former children's TV program star Bill Nye. She is also the author of a recent tweet in which she announced that she ...That orbiting Tesla Roadster could stay in space for a long timeWBIR-TVRemember that Tesla Elon Musk shot into space? It may crash back to EarthThe Siasat DailyTesla car shot into space by Elon Musk's SpaceX could collide with Earth – but not for tens of millions of yearsThe -CIO Today -Brinkwire (press release) -Times of Indiaall 22 news articles »

  • BGRThere's something wrong with NASA's Mars Reconnaissance OrbiterBGRNASA has had an incredible streak of good luck as of late with spacecraft that have far outlived their expectations. Cassini at Saturn, the Opportunity rover on Mars, and several other pieces of high-tech space hardware have performed for much longer ...Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on precautionary standby statusPhys.OrgNASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter In Standby, Rover Opportunity Completes 5000 Martian DaysInternational Business TimesWhy Nasa's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter is on 'precautionary standby'International Business Times UKInterAksyonall 7 news articles »

  • UPI.comFootage shows 'dumbo' octopod hatchling looks like a miniature adultUPI.comThe video footage showed dumbo octopod hatchlings look very much like their adult forms. Photo by Tim Shank/WHOI/NOAA's Office of Exploration and Research/Cell Press. Feb. 19 (UPI) -- Scientists have for the first time published footage of a 'dumbo ...WATCH: World's First Footage of Baby Dumbo OctopusNewsweek1st Video of Dumbo Octopus Hatchling Is AdorbsLive ScienceFirst-Ever Video of Baby 'Dumbo' Octopus Is So Adorable We Can't DealScienceAlertPhys.Org -ZME Scienceall 8 news articles »

  • BGRJupiter's Great Red Spot may be dying, and could disappear within our lifetimesBGRWith the exception of Saturn and its iconic rings, Jupiter is probably the most recognizable planet in our Solar System. Its long, thick stripes are unlike anything else in our little celestial neighborhood, but its the massive swirling storm called ...Jupiter's Great Red Spot may soon be a “Great Red Memory”TechaerisJupiter's Great Red Spot Could Vanish in 10 to 20 YearsOuter PlacesThe Greatest Storm in Our Solar System Has Shockingly Few Years LeftScienceAlertMorning Ticker -ValueWalk -International Business Times, India Edition -Daily Mailall 20 news articles »

  • The Daily BreezeThe next NASA rover could lead to safer space suits for astronauts exploring MarsThe Daily BreezeAfter driving a short distance from their landing site, two explorers stop to inspect a robotic lander and its small rover in this artist's concept of a future Mars mission. (Courtesy of NASA/Pat Rawlings/SAIC). By Jason Henry | ...Opinion: Huntsville space center helping lead country to MarsMontgomery AdvertiserNASA deal will see Australian company build Mars roverABC LocalAustralian space company sets its sights on MarsTen Eyewitness NewsJamestown Post Journal -The Sydney Morning Heraldall 7 news articles »

  • Science MagazineGenes of 'extinct' Caribbean islanders found in living peopleScience MagazineJorge Estevez grew up in the Dominican Republic and New York City hearing stories about his native Caribbean ancestors from his mother and grandmother. But when he told his teachers that he is Taíno, an indigenous Caribbean, they said that was ...Study identifies traces of indigenous 'Taíno' in present-day Caribbean populationsEurekAlert (press release)Ancient Skeleton Reveals 'Extinct' Caribbean Islanders Were Never Really Wiped OutScienceAlertAncient DNA sheds light on what happened to the Taino, the native CaribbeansArs TechnicaThe Times -Daily Mailall 6 news articles »

  • The VergeNASA's Opportunity rover surpasses 5000 Martian days on the Red PlanetThe VergeOn Saturday, NASA's Opportunity rover celebrated a monumental anniversary all by itself on the surface of the Red Planet: surviving 5,000 Martian days. It's an incredibly significant milestone for the little-wheeled robot, given the fact that it was ...NASA's Opportunity rover sees its 5000th day on MarsEngadgetNASA's Opportunity rover still finding surprises on MarsSpaceFlight InsiderNASA Opportunity Rover Hits 5000-Days Milestone On Mars SoilTech TimesSlashGear -The Register -The Avion -Morning Tickerall 128 news articles »

  • QuartzChina and Europe love SpaceX's new Falcon Heavy rocket. Does NASA?QuartzWhen SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket debuted this month, China's aerospace community was mostly envious, noting that their equivalent rocket, the Long March 9, would not be ready for another decade. One story in state media observed that “to put it more ...5 Revelations From SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Launch You May Have Missednwitimes.comSpaceX announces delay of Falcon 9 rocket launch, now scheduled for Wednesday in Southern CaliforniaThe Mercury NewsEverything you need to know about the SpaceX BFR projectYahoo NewsFlorida Today -CNET -The Keene Sentinel -The Space Reviewall 68 news articles »

  • Fox NewsA giant storm on Neptune is disappearing and for the first time scientists are able to see itFox NewsThe giant, dark storms on Neptune are impermanent features on the distant planet. (NASA/JPL). A dark storm on Neptune, once big enough to reach from Boston to Portugal, is dwindling to nothing as the Hubble Space Telescope keeps watch. When NASA's ...Neptune's Huge Storm Is Shrinking Away In New Images From HubbleUniverse TodayHubble Identifies Shrinking Storm on NeptuneSanvada Tech News (blog)Astronomers Discovered That One Giant Black Spot Of Neptune Is Fading AwayHealth ThoroughfareExtremeTechall 9 news articles »

  • UNSW NewsroomLoneliest tree in the world marks new age for our planetPhys.OrgAn international research team, including Professor Christopher Fogwill from Keele University, has pinpointed a new geological age, the Anthropocene. When humans first set foot on the moon in 1969, the people of that decade thought the world had ...'Loneliest tree' records human epochBBC NewsRadioactive carbon locked in 'loneliest tree' pinpoints new human eraSiliconrepublic.comThe year humans caused irreversible damage to Earth: Scientists pinpoint 1965 as the start of the Anthropocene eraNew Zealand HeraldBBC News -IFLScienceall 11 news articles »

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