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SpaceX launches Falcon Heavy rocket with 24 satellites

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The new core booster missed an ocean platform, not unexpected for this especially difficult mission, SpaceX noted. …read more

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NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover detects ‘unusually high’ levels of methane

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Is it evidence of life on the Red Planet? …read more

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NASA to launch deep-space atomic clock that could transform space exploration

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The device is designed to make navigation to distant objects in space more autonomous. …read more

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How floating solar farms could make fuel and help solve the climate crisis

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“Solar methanol islands” could curb our reliance on fossil fuels that belch harmful greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. …read more

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New companion robots can’t do much but make us love them

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With those big eyes and rounded bodies, who could resist them? …read more

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Mystery of dwarf planet’s ‘lonely mountain’ has been solved

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Scientists say Ahuna Mons formed when salty, rocky mud rose to the surface of Ceres and froze. …read more

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What is the summer solstice?

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It’s the longest day of the year and the first day of summer in the Northern Hemisphere. …read more

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Apollo moon rocks may unlock more secrets about our solar system

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NASA hopes modern tools and techniques will bring fresh discoveries from rocks that astronauts collected in 1972. …read more

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Surf’s up, skis down: How climate change is affecting sports

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Extreme weather is affecting summer and winter sports alike — mostly for the worse. …read more

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NASA wants robots to sniff out moon pits for lunar habitats

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The sinkhole-like structures might contain valuable resources or provide shelter for astronauts. …read more

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