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NASA targeting February for launch of first moon rocket since Apollo mission

NASA is now targeting February 2022 for the launch of its powerful Space Launch System (SLS) rocket.  Stacked with the…

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US military launches 3 suborbital rockets in test of hypersonic technologies

The U.S. military launched three suborbital rockets this week from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.  The launch comes after…

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Electric Zambonis, rainwater for ice at new climate-friendly Seattle arena

Seattle’s new Climate Pledge Arena is hardly subtle with its message.  Walk through the south entrance and visitors will see…

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How much less likely are you to spread covid-19 if you’re vaccinated?

By Michael Le Page A man getting vaccinated in LA Jason Armond / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images People…

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AI can change a fashion model’s pose and alter their clothes to match

By Chris Stokel-Walker Soon, the model showcasing your online clothing purchases may not have actually made the pose in the…

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Covid-19 news: Pfizer trial finds booster vaccine over 95% effective

By Michael Le Page , Clare Wilson , Jessica Hamzelou , Sam Wong , Graham Lawton , Adam Vaughan ,…

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Astronomers left puzzled by the dimmest supernova ever seen

By Leah Crane The night sky with stars and blue nebula manuel_adorf/Getty Images The faintest supernova ever seen has been…

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Ivory poaching is changing the evolution of elephants, study finds

WASHINGTON — A hefty set of tusks is usually an advantage for elephants, allowing them to dig for water, strip…

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Saturn’s moon Titan may be doomed to fly away or smash into the planet

By Leah Crane Saturn’s moon Titan passing in front of the planet NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute Saturn’s largest moon Titan has…

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Children born without key immune cells saved with engineered organ

By Alice Klein A microscope image of the thymus agefotostock /Alamy Infants who would normally have died because they lack…

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