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2232. Virgin Orbit fails first rocket launch attempt from modified plane
Richard Branson"s Virgin Orbit company aborted its first attempt to launch a rocket into space from the belly of a 747 airplane on Monday, the company said.
20:44 25.05.2020
2231. SpaceX to bring astronauts to short-handed Space Station for longer stay
Two NASA astronauts gearing up to ride SpaceX"s new space taxi will now be on a mission planned to last more than a month, instead of a week, to help the short-handed crew aboard the International Space Station, the U.S. space agency said on Friday.
18:46 24.05.2020
2230. Coronavirus vaccine safe in early trial, hydroxychloroquine may increase death risk
The following is a brief roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus.
20:03 22.05.2020
2229. NASCAR back on track as F1 and IndyCar stuck in virtual world
NASCAR will have a clear run this Sunday on what would normally be motor racing"s most glamorous and busiest day, with Formula One and IndyCar remain stuck in the virtual world.
14:02 22.05.2020
2228. Children with COVID-19 may have lower infectivity than adults, UK scientists say
Children have milder COVID-19 symptoms than adults and the balance of evidence suggests they may also have lower susceptibility and infectivity than adults, scientists advising the British government have said.
09:44 22.05.2020
2227. For first time, scientists spot an alien planet as it is being formed
Astronomers have gazed into what appears to be a planetary maternity ward, observing for the first time within a huge disk of dense gas and dust surrounding a newly formed star a planet in the process of being born.
15:55 20.05.2020
2226. Monkey studies encouraging for coronavirus vaccine; virus travels further on breezy days
The following is a brief roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus.
13:40 20.05.2020
2225. NASA human spaceflight chief resigns ahead of launch
NASA"s human spaceflight chief Doug Loverro has resigned, according to an internal memo seen by agency employees on Tuesday, just a week before the agency is scheduled to launch two astronauts into space from U.S. soil for the first time since 2011. 
22:21 19.05.2020
2224. Fossil of one of the last megaraptors on the planet found in Argentina
Paleontologists from the Argentine Museum of Natural Sciences said on Monday they found the 70-million-year-old remains of a megaraptor, making it one of the last carnivorous dinosaurs to inhabit the earth.
04:01 19.05.2020
2223. 'Star Trek, not Star Wars:' NASA releases basic principles for moon exploration pact
NASA on Friday set the stage for a global debate over the basic principles governing how humans will live and work on the moon, as it released the main tenets of an international pact for moon exploration called the Artemis Accords.
15:26 15.05.2020
2222. Statins may help older coronavirus patients avoid symptoms; COVID-19 more than respiratory illness
The following is a brief roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus.
14:22 15.05.2020
2221. How sewer science could ease testing pressure and track COVID-19
The science of sewage surveillance could be deployed in countries across the world to help monitor the spread of national epidemics of COVID-19 while reducing the need for mass testing, scientists say.
11:07 14.05.2020
2220. Twin antibodies may help fight coronavirus; normal speech may spread virus
The following is a brief roundup of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus.
16:12 13.05.2020
2219. Bulgarian fossils show early arrival of Homo sapiens into Europe
Fragmentary bone fossils and a molar found in Bulgaria dated to roughly 45,000 years ago show that Homo sapiens populations swept into Europe - until then a bastion for the Neanderthals - earlier than previously known, scientists said on Monday.
20:01 11.05.2020
2218. Enzyme makes men more vulnerable to coronavirus; adding interferon may improve treatment
The following is a brief roundup of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus.
13:53 11.05.2020
2217. Abbott coronavirus test is accurate; infected mother's breast milk may protect infants
The following is a brief roundup of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus.
13:36 08.05.2020
2216. Green hydrogen's time has come, say advocates eying post-pandemic world
Hydrogen has long been touted as a clean alternative to fossil fuels. Now, as major economies prepare green investments to kickstart growth, advocates spy a golden chance to drag the niche energy into the mainstream of a post-pandemic world.
06:51 08.05.2020
2215. 'Full-flower supermoon' rises on world starting to emerge from pandemic lockdowns
The last "supermoon" of 2020 rose in the night sky on Thursday over a world beginning to re-emerge after weeks of coronavirus-related lockdowns.
06:02 08.05.2020
2214. Copper takes aim at COVID-19 with virus-killer coatings
At an outer suburban manufacturing plant, engineer Byron Kennedy is resetting a machine to spray-print a layer of copper on to a door handle, aiming to use the metal"s antiviral properties to counter the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic.
03:17 08.05.2020
2213. Australia backs BP's study to produce hydrogen from wind, solar
BP Plc has won Australian government backing for a feasibility study into producing hydrogen using wind and solar power to split water and converting the hydrogen to ammonia in Western Australia.
01:10 08.05.2020
2212. Closest black hole to Earth has two partners in surprising celestial marriage
Astronomers have spotted the closest black hole to Earth ever discovered and are surprised about its living arrangements - residing harmoniously with two stars in a remarkable celestial marriage that may end in a nasty breakup.
16:23 06.05.2020
2211. New coronavirus adapts to populations; vaccine works in monkeys
The following is a brief roundup of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus.
15:24 06.05.2020
2210. Coronavirus the musical: U.S. scientists turn virus into melody to aid research
From tinkling harmonies as the virus disarms cells to clashing and stormy as it replicates, U.S. scientists have translated the novel coronavirus" spiked protein structure to music in an effort to better understand the pathogen.
15:45 21.04.2020
2209. Scientists observe celestial smash-up around nearby star
Scientists have observed what appears to be the aftermath of a violent collision between two planetary building blocks orbiting a large and luminous star, a glimpse of the type of carnage that may have been commonplace early in our solar system"s histo
12:45 21.04.2020
2208. Ancient marine crocs adapted like whales to ocean life - only earlier
A wondrous lineage of crocodile relatives that developed into fast-swimming seagoing predators at a time when dinosaurs dominated the land adapted to life in the open ocean with a pivotal evolutionary modification also present in whales.
16:28 20.04.2020
2207. NASA sets launch date for SpaceX U.S. manned mission to space station
NASA on Friday set a launch date of May 27 for its first astronaut mission from U.S. soil in nearly 10 years. 
14:36 20.04.2020
2206. Interstellar gatecrasher 2I/Borisov is no ordinary comet
Scientists have discovered that a comet called 2I/Borisov - only the second interstellar object ever detected passing through the solar system - is surprisingly different in its composition from comets hailing from our celestial neighborhood.
11:06 20.04.2020
2205. Coronavirus forces detour for homecoming astronauts
NASA astronauts Andrew Morgan and Jessica Meir will take an unusual - and more exhausting - route home after safely landing in the Kazakh steppe on Friday, a Russian healthcare official said, because of lockdowns caused by the novel coronavirus.
09:46 17.04.2020
2204. Chile astronomers discover star dancing according to Einstein´s century-old theory
Astronomers in Chile using one of the world"s largest telescopes have found a star "dancing" around a black hole in the Milky Way just as Albert Einstein might have predicted more than a century ago.
00:42 17.04.2020
2203. 'Stink flirting' is a thing - just ask a ring-tailed lemur
For human beings, "stink flirting" may not sound like a prudent dating strategy. For ring-tailed lemurs, it is the way to go.
11:19 16.04.2020
2202. Scientists enthralled by biggest star explosion ever observed
Scientists have observed the biggest supernova - stellar explosion - ever detected, the violent death of a huge star up to 100 times more massive than our sun in a faraway galaxy.
11:30 14.04.2020
2201. Space scientists use COVID-19 lockdown as dry run for Mars mission
French space scientists are using the COVID-19 lockdown as a dry run for what it will be like to be cooped up inside a space craft on a mission to Mars.
11:25 14.04.2020
2200. Cigar-shaped interstellar trespasser may be fragment of wrecked planet
A reddish-colored cigar-shaped interstellar object called "Oumuamua that is tumbling through our solar system may be wreckage from a planet ripped apart when it roamed too close to the faraway star it once orbited, according to researchers.
11:12 14.04.2020
2199. Ancient string provides further evidence of Neanderthals talents
Neanderthals used plant fibers to create string more than 40,000 years ago at a site in France where they hunted reindeer, further evidence according to scientists of the ingenuity and cognitive capabilities of our closest extinct human relatives.
16:47 09.04.2020
2198. Atomic bombs and whale sharks: How to calculate age of world's largest fish
Scientists have figured out how to calculate the age of whale sharks - Earth"s largest fish - with some guidance from the radioactive fallout spawned by Cold War-era atomic bomb testing.
18:28 08.04.2020
2197. Russian space agency says Trump paving way to seize other planets
The Russian space agency, Roscosmos, accused Donald Trump on Tuesday of creating a basis to take over other planets by signing an executive order outlining U.S. policy on commercial mining in space.
08:56 07.04.2020
2196. Boeing plans to retest Starliner flight after botched mission
Boeing Co said on Monday it would send its Starliner astronaut spacecraft on another unmanned mission to the International Space Station, months after its last flight was cut short because of a software bug.
19:52 06.04.2020
2195. Fossil teeth yield oldest genetic material from extinct human species
Scientists have extracted from dental enamel the oldest human genetic material ever obtained, helping clarify the pivotal place in the human evolutionary lineage of a mysterious extinct species called Homo antecessor known from Spanish cave fossils.
16:10 06.04.2020
2194. Science platform ResearchGate launches COVID-19 community
ResearchGate, a social network site for scientists and researchers, has launched a new forum to facilitate collaboration between COVID-19 experts on research into beating the flu-like disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
09:52 06.04.2020
2193. Masks do reduce spread of flu and some coronaviruses, study finds
Face masks could help limit the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to researchers who studied the effect of surgical masks on the transmission of other corona and flu viruses.
12:03 03.04.2020

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