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A Photo Tour Of The Creepy Mars Base From 'moons Of Madness'

A brand new video game out today (Oct. 22) is best described as Mars exploration meets Lovecraftian horror.
Related topics: Mars, Space, Science Videos

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Time-lapse Captured From The International Space Station

400 photos. 11 minutes. That’s what it took to create this time-lapse of the Earth and stars as the International Space Station over Namibia toward the Red Sea. NASA astronaut Christina Koch captured these images. It’s obvious that the...
Related topics: International Space Station, Space, NASA, Astronaut

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Astronomy Student Silhouetted By Milky Way, Jupiter In Stunning Photo

The image features the silhouette of one of my students during a workshop on astrophotography. He is standing against the background core of our galaxy at the Dark Sky Alqueva Reserve, in Portugal.
Related topics: Space, Milky Way, Jupiter, Galaxies

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Archaeologists Uncover 30 Ancient Coffins With Mummies In Egypt

Egypt recently uncovered 30 ancient coffins with mummies near the Nile River. (Photo Credit: KHALED DESOUKI / AFP via Getty Images) Archaeologists recently discovered 30 ancient wooden coffins with mummies in the city of Luxor,...
Related topics: Archaeology, Scientific Discoveries

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Images Of Tesla’s Model Y Prototype In Red Surface Online

Images of Tesla’s Model Y prototype in the colour red have surfaced on Twitter.The photos were shared on Twitter by an account called @TeslaOwnersofMA, and depict the Model Y outside of what looks like a Tesla Gigafactory in Nevada.#TeslaModelY...
Related topics: Tesla, Twitter, Social Media

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Gorgeous Orionid Meteor Shower Set To Peak Tonight

The Orionid meteor shower will illuminate the night sky on October 21 and October 22. (Photo Credit: Soner Kilinc / Anadolu Agency / Getty Images) The Orionids, one of the most stunning meteor showers of the year, is set to take over...
Related topics: Meteor

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Report Calls For Changes To Nasa Planetary Protection

Photo Credit: NASA A new report calls for NASA to update its rules regarding planetary protection—specifically, the spread of viruses, bacteria, and other microorganisms to other planets during space exploration. The review,...
Related topics: NASA, Space

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Qantas Completes Record 19-hour Test Flight

Qantas Boeing 787 Dreamliner plane flew direct from New York to Sydney. (Photo Credit: James D. Morgan / Qantas) Qantas completed the world’s longest commercial flight over the weekend. The non-stop journey from New York City to...
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What To Do When No One Likes Your Facebook Status

Social media has become mainly about validation. We feel better about ourselves when someone likes our posts or photos—and we feel terrible when our posts get negative reactions, or worse, completely ignored. If it happens more than once, it...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media

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Persistence Pays Off With First Images Of Butterfly Eggs

Kim Moss, assistant professor of art and visual culture and coordinator of the biological and premedical illustration program at Iowa State University, is the first person to shoot video and photos of where the Parnassius clodius butterfly lays its...
Related topics: Science Videos

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Minneapolis Should Address Environmental Impacts Of Its 2040 Plan

MinnPost photo by Corey AndersonMinneapolis“I can’t believe you people,” ranted the angry voice on the phone. “You value birds more than people!” followed by slamming down the phone before I could utter a word. He may have been reacting to...
Related topics: Angry Birds

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Archaeologists Discovered 30 Ancient Sarcophagi In Egypt With Perfectly Preserved Mummies Inside....

The biggest coffin discovery in a century features well-preserved colors and inscriptions, enclosing perfect 3,000-year-old mummies.
Related topics: Archaeology, Scientific Discoveries

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See Both Of Nasa’s Explorers, Curiosity And Insight, On The Surface Of Mars

NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter is currently observing the planet from orbit and recently snapped photos of both the Curiosity rover and the InSight lander.
Related topics: NASA, Mars Rover Curiosity, Space, Mars

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Bolsonaro Helping To Fuel Explosion Of Violence Against Indigenous Peoples In Brazil

Clarissa BeretzGuarani Kaiowá indigenous people in the Guapo’y Guasu community, in the Dourados Amambai Peguá Indigenous Reserve, in Mato Grosso do Sul. (Photo: Tiago Miotto/CIMI)

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Space Photos Of The Week: Reading The Universe In Infrared

Telescopes that see things in a different spectrum show us the hidden secrets of the stars. 
Related topics: Space, Telescopes

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China's J-20 Stealth Fighter Is Built On Stolen F-35 Technology

Jared Keller Security, Asia It's an outrage. Key Point: Beijing has long stolen foreign technology and used it to reverse-engineer its own weapons. Photos of the J-20 provide an up close and personal look at the fuselage of the new interceptor....

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Photos: China’s New Carrier Being Built Alongside Massive New Shipyard

New satellite photos show the shipyard where China’s new Type 002 aircraft carrier is being built is just part of a massive, kilometer-long naval dock where even more large vessels might be constructed.
Related topics: Satellites, Space

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The 1st All-woman Spacewalk: Photos, Videos And Celebratory Tweets

NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir ventured outside the International Space Station early this morning (Oct. 18) to embark on the first spacewalk in history to be conducted entirely by women.
Related topics: Science Videos, NASA, Space, Astronaut, International Space Station

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Boeing Reportedly Misled Faa About Safety Of Its Grounded 737 Max Jets

Photo by David Ryder/Getty Images Instant messages from 2016 suggest that Boeing may have misled the Federal Aviation Administration about a controversial safety system of its grounded 737 Max jets, Reuters reports. The messages, between two...
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The Hydrogen One Is Now Only $645, Which Is $645 More Than You Should Spend On It

Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Nearly a year after launch, RED has dropped the price on its Hydrogen One smartphone to $645 — a price that is still too expensive for what you get, and even at launch, would not have justified all of...
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