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1949. Milky Way melded with smaller galaxy in long-ago cosmic crash
The Milky Way, home to our sun and billions of other stars, merged with another smaller galaxy in a colossal cosmic collision roughly 10 billion years ago, scientists said on Monday based on data from the Gaia space observatory.
13:29 22.07.2019
1948. India to buy Russian rocket engines for its space program: RIA
India plans to buy rocket engines from Russia for its national space program, RIA news agency cited Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yury Borisov as saying during a visit to New Delhi on Monday.
11:45 22.07.2019
1947. India's moon mission lifts off, hopes to probe lunar south pole
India launched a rocket into space on Monday in an attempt to safely land a rover on the moon, its most ambitious mission yet in the effort to establish itself as a low-cost space power.
10:35 22.07.2019
1946. Shaken or stirred: robotic bartender serves up cocktails for Prague clubbers
For revelers at one Prague megaclub, gone are the days of being squashed at the bar waiting to get a watered-down cocktail.
08:01 22.07.2019
1945. Astronauts hailed as heroes 50 years after historic moon landing
Capping a week of celebrations over the historic Apollo 11 mission, Vice President Mike Pence joined astronaut Buzz Aldrin on Saturday at the launch pad in Florida that sent the moonwalker and his two crew mates to space for humankind"s first steps on
19:58 20.07.2019
1944. Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin complains about current U.S. lunar ability
When President Donald Trump asked Buzz Aldrin, the second human ever to walk on the moon, what he thought about the United States" current ability to operate in space 50 years after the Apollo 11 mission, the ex-astronaut had a ready response.
13:26 20.07.2019
1943. Explainer: NASA aims to build on moon as a way station for Mars
Unlike the Apollo program that put astronauts on the moon 50 years ago, NASA is gearing up for a long term presence on Earth"s satellite that the agency says will eventually enable humans to reach Mars.
12:07 19.07.2019
1942. Gulp! Jurassic mammal was the first one able to eat politely
A shrew-like primitive mammal that inhabited China 165 million years ago represents a milestone in mammalian evolution, scientists said on Thursday, boasting a key anatomical trait in its throat that helped usher in the era of polite table manners.
15:45 18.07.2019
1941. India to launch second lunar mission on July 22 after delay
India"s space agency said on Thursday it would launch the country"s second lunar mission on July 22, after the original launch was called off due to a "technical snag" earlier this week.
01:55 18.07.2019
1940. 'The Dish' still beaming signals from Australia 50 years after moon walk
It"s known as "The Dish" and it soars above a nondescript paddock in rural Australia. Without it, hundreds of millions of people would never have seen all of the generation-defining footage of Neil Armstrong walking on the moon 50 years ago.
22:44 17.07.2019
1939. 'Artificial snow' could save stricken Antarctic ice sheet - study
Governments could stop the West Antarctic Ice Sheet from sliding into the ocean and submerging coastal cities by launching a last-ditch engineering project to blanket its surface with "artificial snow", according to a study released on Wednesday.
15:48 17.07.2019
1938. Apollo 11's astronauts snapped photos for science. Then came MTV
The Apollo 11 astronauts who made mankind"s first visit to the moon 50 years ago were trained in how to take pictures for science. Back on Earth, some of those photos became pop culture touchstones.
10:48 17.07.2019
1937. Apollo moon rocks shed new light on Earth's volcanoes
Fifty years after humans first set foot on the moon, scientists believe rock samples collected by Apollo astronauts could help predict volcanic eruptions on Earth more accurately.
08:39 17.07.2019
1936. Buzz Aldrin, second man on moon, recalls 'magnificent desolation'
Fifty years after their history-making voyage to the moon, Buzz Aldrin recalls the first moments of the Apollo 11 launch being so smooth that he and his two crewmates, Neil Armstrong and Mike Collins, were unsure precisely when they left the ground.
21:34 16.07.2019
1935. Apollo 11 astronaut returns to launch pad where first humans lifted off for the moon
Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins returned to the launch pad Tuesday at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida where he flew to the moon 50 years ago along with the late Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin.
18:08 16.07.2019
1934. Neil Armstrong's Apollo 11 spacesuit unveiled at Smithsonian
The spacesuit astronaut Neil Armstrong wore during his mission to the moon went on public display for the first time in 13 years on Tuesday, at the Smithsonian"s Air and Space Museum exactly 50 years to the day when Apollo 11 launched into space.
16:01 16.07.2019
1933. Robots to install telescopes to peer into cosmos from the moon
As the United States races to put humans back on the moon for the first time in nearly 50 years, a NASA-funded lab in Colorado aims to send robots there to deploy telescopes that will look far into our galaxy, remotely operated by orbiting astronauts.
10:08 16.07.2019
1932. SpaceX astronaut mission looking 'increasingly difficult' in 2019: executive
As Elon Musk"s SpaceX closes in on the possible cause of a fiery explosion in April that destroyed one of its astronaut capsules, a company executive said on Monday its plan to launch humans into space this year looked "increasingly difficult."
18:32 15.07.2019
1931. On the menu soon: lab-grown steak for eco-conscious diners
Diners in some upmarket restaurants will soon be able to tuck into laboratory-grown steak, thanks to an Israeli startup that seeks to tap into consumer concerns about health, the environment and animal welfare.
15:19 15.07.2019
1930. Scientists look for answers to earth's beginning under the moonscape
As countries and companies rush to build infrastructure on the moon, some researchers are planning to dig under its rocky soil to unlock mysteries about Earth that have eluded scientists since astronauts first stepped foot on its surface a half century ag
14:05 15.07.2019
1929. India's second lunar mission delayed due to 'technical snag': ISRO
India"s space agency said it delayed the launch of its second lunar mission, Chandrayaan-2, in the early hours of Monday due to a "technical snag" which was observed less than an hour before the scheduled liftoff.
02:21 15.07.2019
1928. China's manned space lab to re-enter atmosphere on Friday
China"s manned space lab Tiangong-2 has finished experiments and will re-enter Earth"s atmosphere on July 19, authorities said on Saturday.
23:08 12.07.2019
1927. Probe starts after UAE satellite lost in failed Vega launch
An investigation is under way after a European Vega rocket failed after take-off, destroying a military observation satellite as it was about to be placed in orbit for the United Arab Emirates, European space authorities said on Thursday.
16:01 11.07.2019
1926. Brazil cotton farmers sue Bayer over patent on GMO seed
Brazilian cotton producers in the state of Mato Grosso on Thursday sued Bayer AG , seeking to cancel the chemical company"s patent protection for its Bollgard II RR Flex genetically modified cotton seed, according to a statement sent to Reuters.
11:20 11.07.2019
1925. Branson's Virgin Orbit moves closer to commercial satellite launch
Richard Branson"s Virgin Orbit on Wednesday released a rocket from the wing of a modified Boeing 747 jetliner in mid-air in a key test of its high-altitude launch system for satellites, the company said.
03:58 11.07.2019
1924. NASA shake-up in new race to the moon
As NASA scrambles to meet U.S. President Donald Trump"s mandate to return humans to the moon by 2024, two longtime heads of NASA"s human exploration wing were demoted Wednesday in a slew of administrative shakeups, officials said in an internal memo
00:52 11.07.2019
1923. The $280,000 lab-grown burger could be a more palatable $10 in two years
(This July 9 story corrects to change company name to Biotech Foods in paragraph five.)
04:31 10.07.2019
1922. Pay dispute resurfaces as U.S. women prepare for World Cup final
With the United States preparing to play in the women"s World Cup final the team"s fight for pay equity resurfaced on Wednesday with the Democratic Women"s Caucus demanding answers from U.S. Soccer chief Carlos Cordeiro.
14:35 03.07.2019
1921. Biblical bad guys the ancient Philistines came from Europe, DNA shows
The ancient Philistines, the Biblical villains whose origins have puzzled scholars for decades, came to the Middle East from southern Europe more than 3,000 years ago, new DNA testing has shown.
14:09 03.07.2019
1920. Solar eclipse plunges Chile into darkness
Hundreds of thousands of tourists scattered across the north Chilean desert on Tuesday to experience a rare, and irresistible combination for astronomy buffs: a total eclipse of the sun viewed from beneath the world"s clearest skies.
12:30 03.07.2019
1919. Blind Chileans 'listen' for the solar eclipse
In the minutes before a solar eclipse plunged Chile into darkness, a loudspeaker projected a deep baritone to a group of blind men and women who had traveled to the Atacama desert to "hear" what hundreds of thousands of others had come to see.
19:35 02.07.2019
1918. NASA tests abort system on astronaut capsule built for moon missions
An unmanned full-scale NASA crew capsule blasted off from a Florida launchpad on Tuesday in a successful test of the spacecraft"s abort thrusters, an astronaut safety device that will be key as the agency works to return humans to the moon by 2024. 
13:03 02.07.2019
1917. Hungarian parliament passes bill tightening state grip over scientists
Hungarian lawmakers passed legislation on Tuesday to tighten state control of research bodies run by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA), overriding protests against the latest step to expand the government"s role in public life.
07:29 02.07.2019
1916. Scientists conclude cigar-shaped interstellar object not an alien spaceship
After investigating the nature of a mysterious and apparently cigar-shaped object called "Oumuamua spotted in 2017 speeding through our solar system, astronomers remain uncertain over how to classify it, but are confident it is not an alien spaceship.
16:24 01.07.2019
1915. Sotheby's to auction rare videotape of Neil Armstrong's first steps on moon
A one-time NASA intern who bought a truckload of videotapes to resell them may end up a millionaire next month when Sotheby"s auctions what it says is the only surviving original recording of man"s first steps on the moon 50 years ago.
19:54 28.06.2019
1914. NASA to send drone to Saturn's moon for clues on human origins
NASA plans to send a drone named Dragonfly to Saturn"s biggest moon, Titan, the agency said Thursday, announcing the space agency"s latest high-profile mission to explore the solar system for clues on humanity"s origins. "Today I am proud to anno
18:39 27.06.2019
1913. U.S. patent agency to review Harvard, MIT's claim to CRISPR technology
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Monday said it would review whether Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology can claim rights to a gene-editing technology known as CRISPR, adding fuel to a rivalry between those institutions
21:56 25.06.2019
1912. India's space startups ignite investor interest
From companies building palm-sized satellites to those aiming to propel satellites into space using cleaner fuels, a new wave of space technology startups are mushrooming in India, catching the attention of investors keen to join the space race.
02:28 23.06.2019
1911. U.N., European bodies outline joint push against space junk
European and U.N. bodies on Thursday outlined a joint push for global action on space junk, saying that debris orbiting the earth must be cleaned up as satellites launched by private companies and other new entrants are adding to the crowding.
13:20 20.06.2019
1910. Costs, delays mount for Boeing's NASA launch system, audit finds
NASA"s flagship space launch system being built by Boeing is taking years longer than expected with cost overruns of nearly $2 billion, an audit found on Wednesday, raising questions about meeting a goal of returning humans to the moon by 2024.
23:52 19.06.2019

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