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1509. Nick Hague dreamed of the stars as a boy, now he's heading to space
HOUSTON (Reuters) - As a boy growing up in Kansas, Nick Hague looked up at the stars and wanted to explore the unknown. In October, his dream will come true when he blasts off on a Russian Soyuz spacecraft to the International Space Station.
16:51 19.06.2018
1508. Trump orders creation of space-focused U.S. military branch
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday said he was ordering the creation of a sixth branch of the military to focus on space, a move critics said could harm the Air Force.
18:57 18.06.2018
1507. Fields of dreams: Texas project seeks new corn strains for whiskey
COLLEGE STATION, Texas (Reuters) - A master distiller and a crop scientist who specializes in corn breeding are working on a project they hope one day will help bring local identities to American whiskeys.
16:23 17.06.2018
1506. Revamped collider to shine brighter light on physics mysteries at CERN
GENEVA (Reuters) - Europe"s physics research center CERN launched an upgrade of its Large Hadron Collider (LHC) on Friday, six years after the huge particle accelerator solved an enduring riddle by confirming the existence of the elusive Higgs boson.
15:28 15.06.2018
1505. Massive Martian dust storm threatens plucky NASA rover
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An immense dust storm that may soon encircle Mars is threatening one of NASA"s rovers on the planet"s surface, with the vehicle becoming dormant and unresponsive at a site called Perseverance Valley, U.S. space agency official
18:23 13.06.2018
1504. NASA rover data shows Mars had the ingredients needed for life
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A NASA rover has detected a bonanza of organic compounds on the surface of Mars and seasonal fluctuations of atmospheric methane in findings released on Thursday that mark some of the strongest evidence ever that Earth"s neighbor
10:42 08.06.2018
1503. South African fossils rewrite early history of life on land
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Fossils of two amphibians that lived within the Antarctic circle 360 million years ago are forcing scientists to rethink the origins of land vertebrates, including where these pioneers first appeared and the climatic conditions that
19:28 07.06.2018
1502. Plastic waste in Antarctica reveals scale of global pollution: Greenpeace
OSLO (Reuters) - Plastic waste and toxic chemicals found in remote parts of the Antarctic this year add to evidence that pollution is spreading to the ends of the Earth, environmental group Greenpeace said on Thursday.
06:51 07.06.2018
1501. EU Commission shoots for stars with increased space budget
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission said on Wednesday it planned to increase its budget for space programs to 16 billion euros ($18.85 billion) between 2021 and 2027, aiming to consolidate the bloc"s role as a "space power".
11:50 06.06.2018
1500. Scientists map genetic codes of 3,000 dangerous bacteria
(Reuters) - Scientists seeking new ways to fight drug-resistant superbugs have mapped the genomes of more than 3,000 bacteria, including samples of a bug taken from Alexander Fleming"s nose and a dysentery-causing strain from a World War One soldier.
06:01 06.06.2018
1499. Mystery dinosaur skeleton sells for over $2 million at Paris auction
PARIS (Reuters) - The 9-metre long (30 ft) skeleton of a unidentified type of dinosaur, believed to be that of a new species, fetched more than $2.3 million at an auction staged on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower in Paris on Monday.
21:11 04.06.2018
1498. France doubts UK would develop own satnav rival to Galileo
PARIS (Reuters) - France does not think Britain will launch a rival to the European Union"s Galileo satellite navigation system, according to minutes from a meeting between a cabinet minister and lawmakers.
17:46 04.06.2018
1497. Wondrous dunes on Pluto are made of grains of frozen methane
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Scientists have detected another exotic feature on one of the solar system"s most wondrous worlds, a large field of dunes on the surface of the distant, frigid dwarf planet Pluto apparently composed of wind-swept, sand-sized grai
15:39 31.05.2018
1496. Scientists hunt down genes behind humankind's big brain
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Scientists have pinpointed three genes that may have played a pivotal role in an important milestone in human evolution: the striking increase in brain size that facilitated cognitive advances that helped define what it means to be
11:22 31.05.2018
1495. Serbian archaeologists find sarcophagus with two skeletons and jewellery in ancient city
KOSTOLAC, Serbia (Reuters) - Serbian archaeologists at the site of the ancient Roman city of Viminacium have found an intact sarcophagus with two skeletons bedecked with gold and silver adornments.
07:55 31.05.2018
1494. China issues rules to get tough on academic integrity
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China has issued new guidelines to enforce academic integrity in science that include plans to "record and assess" the conduct of scientists and institutions and punish anyone guilty of misconduct, state news agency Xinhua reported.
20:34 30.05.2018
1493. Fossil skull from Utah sheds light on primitive mammal group
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A fossilized skull of a small critter found in Utah underneath a dinosaur foot bone is providing insight into one of the most primitive mammalian groups and has scientists rethinking the timing of the break-up of Earth"s bygone s
16:33 23.05.2018
1492. Scientists plan DNA hunt for Loch Ness monster next month
LONDON (Reuters) - A global team of scientists plans to scour the icy depths of Loch Ness next month using environmental DNA (eDNA) in an experiment that may discover whether Scotland"s fabled monster really does, or did, exist.
09:25 23.05.2018
1491. 'Alien asteroid' may be the oldest object in the solar system
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An "alien asteroid" that circles the sun in the giant gas planet Jupiter"s orbital path, but hurtling in the opposite direction, is the first-known permanent resident of our solar system that astronomers have concluded originated
15:54 21.05.2018
1490. China launches satellite to explore dark side of moon: Xinhua
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China launched a relay satellite early on Monday designed to establish a communication link between earth and a planned lunar probe that will explore the dark side of the moon, the official Xinhua news agency said.
02:47 21.05.2018
1489. 'Made in China' label sheds light on old Java Sea shipwreck
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A fresh examination of Chinese ceramics and other cargo from an important Java Sea shipwreck has led researchers to conclude that the vessel sank a century earlier than previously thought, providing insight into Asia"s maritime t
15:11 17.05.2018
1488. China launches first rocket designed by a private company
BEIJING (Reuters) - China launched its first privately developed rocket from a launchpad in northwestern China on Thursday, state media said, the latest milestone in the country"s ambitious space exploration program.
03:28 17.05.2018
1487. Scientists explore DNA secrets of green-blooded lizards
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A group of lizards inhabiting the island of New Guinea boasts one of the most exotic traits of any animal: green blood. And scientists have been trying hard to figure out what benefit this characteristic -- caused by high levels of
18:00 16.05.2018
1486. Oxygen presence in distant galaxy sheds light on early universe
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - After detecting a whiff of oxygen, astronomers have determined that stars in a faraway galaxy formed 250 million years after the Big Bang -- a rather short time in cosmic terms -- in a finding that sheds light on conditions in the e
16:05 16.05.2018
1485. Europa's plumes make Jupiter moon a prime candidate for life
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A new look at old data is giving scientists a fresh reason to view Europa, a moon of Jupiter, as a leading candidate in the search for life beyond Earth, with evidence of water plumes shooting into space.
17:32 14.05.2018
1484. Time travelers invited to Stephen Hawking send-off
LONDON (Reuters) - Stephen Hawking"s family have invited time travelers to his memorial service, seeking to tackle one of the curiosities that eluded the British physicist during his extraordinary life.
05:56 12.05.2018
1483. Elon Musk promises free rides through tunnel, but to where?
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Billionaire businessman Elon Musk is promising the public "free rides" in the next few months through the first high-speed passenger tunnel drilled beneath Los Angeles by his aptly named underground transit venture, the Boring Comp
02:22 12.05.2018
1482. SpaceX launches new rocket primed for future crewed missions
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - An updated version of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, tailored for eventual crewed missions for NASA, made its debut launch on Friday from Florida"s Cape Canaveral carrying a communications satellite for Bangladesh into orb
19:03 11.05.2018
1481. In an interplanetary first, NASA to fly a helicopter on Mars
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - NASA said on Friday it will send a small helicopter to Mars as part of the U.S. space agency"s 2020 mission to place a next-generation rover on the Martian surface, marking the first time such an aircraft will be used on another
18:46 11.05.2018
1480. SpaceX postpones first commercial launch of updated Falcon 9 rocket
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - A last-minute technical glitch prompted SpaceX on Thursday to postpone for at least 24 hours the first commercial flight of its updated Falcon 9 rocket, a launch vehicle tailored for eventual crewed missions into orbit.
18:58 10.05.2018
1479. Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano channeling molten rock through fits and starts
(Reuters) - The latest bursts of molten rock, ash and toxic gas from Kilauea Volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii are part of an ever changing and still largely mysterious cycle of eruptions that have been at work for hundreds of thousands of years.
22:16 09.05.2018
1478. British rival to Galileo satellite system 'possible for 3 billion pounds'
LONDON (Reuters) - A British satellite navigation system to rival the European Union"s Galileo project could be up and running in four to five years and would cost about 3 billion pounds ($4 billion), one expert estimated on Wednesday.
08:42 09.05.2018
1477. Israeli researchers abuzz about orgasmic fruit flies
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Male fruit flies enjoy orgasms more than alcohol - and Israeli researchers who tested the insects" addiction to pleasure hope to apply their discovery to controlling human substance abuse.
06:20 09.05.2018
1476. Uber to provide data support for NASA's urban air mobility program
(Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] said on Tuesday it signed an agreement with U.S. space agency NASA to explore concepts and technologies needed for passenger and cargo air transportation within an urban area.
13:54 08.05.2018
1475. King Tutankhamen's military chariot moved to new Egyptian museum
CAIRO (Reuters) - A military chariot that belonged to ancient Egypt"s boy-king, Tutankhamen, has been moved to a new museum near the Pyramids that Cairo hopes will help bring tourists back to the country.
12:31 06.05.2018
1474. First NASA lander to study Mars' interior launches from California
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (Reuters) - An Atlas 5 rocket soared into space early on Saturday from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, carrying NASA"s first robotic lander designed for exploring the deep interior of another planet on its voy
12:41 05.05.2018
1473. Tyson Foods backs Israeli startup to grow meat in the lab
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Tyson Foods , the largest U.S. meat processor, has invested in an Israeli biotech company developing a way to grow affordable meat in a laboratory that takes live animals out of the equation.
08:46 03.05.2018
1472. Ancient bird with beak and teeth blended dinosaur, avian traits
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A primitive seabird that prospered about 85 million years ago along the warm, shallow inland sea that once split North America boasted what scientists are calling a surprising blend of traits from its dinosaur ancestors and modern a
13:02 02.05.2018
1471. UK developing options for satellite system to rival EU's Galileo
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May has asked experts to look into options for a British satellite navigation system to rival the European Union"s Galileo project amid a row over attempts to restrict Britain"s access to sensitive informati
10:27 02.05.2018
1470. Too many cancer drugs? Crowded market gives investors pause
LONDON (Reuters) - In London"s world-famous Great Ormond Street children"s hospital, Dr. Karin Straathof is excited about a new cell-based medicine that offers hope for toddlers with incurable nerve tissue cancer.
07:38 02.05.2018

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