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1875. Horse dies at Pimlico day before Preakness race
A three-year-old filly collapsed and died after racing at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore on Friday, a day before the Preakness Stakes.
19:23 17.05.2019
1874. SpaceX postpones Starlink satellite launch again, for 'about a week'
A SpaceX launch already scrubbed once due to inclement weather was postponed again nearly 24 hours later on Thursday, this time for "about a week," in order to update satellite software and "triple-check everything," Elon Musk"s rocket company said.
22:18 16.05.2019
1873. Genus shares surge on deal to market gene-edited pigs in China
British livestock genetics firm Genus agreed on Thursday to license its know-how on virus-resistant pigs to Beijing Capital Agribusiness Co Ltd, which will seek regulatory approval for the pigs in the world"s biggest pork market.
07:53 16.05.2019
1872. High winds force SpaceX to postpone first launch of Starlink satellites
Billionaire Elon Musk"s SpaceX postponed a planned Wednesday night blastoff of a Falcon 9 rocket carrying the first 60 satellites for his new Starlink internet service, citing excessive winds over the Florida launch site.
23:51 15.05.2019
1871. SpaceX postpones satellite launch in Florida due to high winds
Elon Musk"s SpaceX postponed its planned Wednesday night blastoff of a Falcon 9 rocket carrying the first cluster of satellites for his new Starlink internet service, citing excessive winds over the Florida launch site.
23:09 15.05.2019
1870. SpaceX to launch first satellites for Musk's Starlink internet service
Elon Musk"s SpaceX was due to launch 60 small satellites into low-Earth orbit on Wednesday, part of his rocket company"s plan to sell Internet service beamed from space to fund his grander interplanetary ambitions.
19:51 15.05.2019
1869. Brazil seeks China's OK for genetically modified sugarcane
Brazil"s agriculture minister will ask Chinese officials on Thursday to greenlight exports to the Asian nation of sugar made from genetically modified (GM) sugarcane, which is expected to be widely used in Brazil in coming years.
13:28 15.05.2019
1868. Trump seeks extra $1.6 billion in NASA spending to return to moon by 2024
The Trump administration asked Congress on Monday to increase NASA spending next year by an extra $1.6 billion as a "down payment" to accommodate the accelerated goal of returning Americans to the surface of the moon by 2024.
00:35 14.05.2019
1867. Quakes show that moon, gradually shrinking, is tectonically active
The moon may be dynamic and tectonically active like Earth - not the inert world some scientists had believed it to be - based on a new analysis disclosed on Monday of quakes measured by seismometers in operation on the moon from 1969 and 1977.
22:35 13.05.2019
1866. Trump seeks extra $1.6 billion in NASA spending under goal of returning to moon
The Trump administration asked Congress on Monday to increase NASA spending next year by an extra $1.6 billion as a "down payment" to accommodate the accelerated goal of returning Americans to the surface of the moon by 2024.
22:35 13.05.2019
1865. Now you can explore a cave without actually going into a cave
Czech speleologists have come up with a way to explore flooded cave systems without strapping on scuba gear, wet suits, helmets and water-proof lamps: 3D mapping.
08:24 12.05.2019
1864. In crisis-hit Argentina, cancer researcher turns to game show for funds
Amid a swirling economic crisis and protests over budget cuts for research in Argentina, one scientist has found a novel way to fundraise: winning money on a television game show.
09:06 10.05.2019
1863. Unique genetic adaptation lets deep-sea fish see color in the darkness
While people and other vertebrates are color blind in dim light, some deep-sea fish may possess keen color vision to thrive in the near total darkness of their extreme environment thanks to a unique genetic adaptation, scientists said on Thursday.
01:46 10.05.2019
1862. Billionaire Bezos unveils moon lander mockup, embraces Trump's lunar timetable
Billionaire entrepreneur Jeff Bezos unveiled on Thursday a mockup of a lunar lander being built by his Blue Origin rocket company and touted his moon goals in a strategy aimed at capitalizing on the Trump administration"s renewed push to establish a lu
00:08 10.05.2019
1861. Bat-winged dinosaur was intriguing detour in evolution of flight
A fossil unearthed in northeastern China of a feathered dinosaur a bit bigger than a blue jay that possessed bat-like wings represents a remarkable but short-lived detour in the evolution of flight and the advent of birds, scientists said on Wednesday.
13:12 08.05.2019
1860. Alphabet's GV leads funding in gene editing company Verve Therapeutics
GV, Alphabet Inc"s venture capital arm, led a $58.5 million investment to launch Verve Therapeutics, a new biotech focused on developing therapies that edit the human genome to treat heart diseases.
06:11 07.05.2019
1859. First moon landing manual could fetch $9 million at auction
The detailed manual used by U.S. astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to land on the moon in 1969 is going up for auction in July and could fetch up to $9 million, New York auctioneers Christie"s said on Wednesday.
16:01 03.05.2019
1858. SpaceX confirms crew capsule destroyed in April test accident
Nearly two weeks after a fiery explosion during a ground test of its new crew capsule, SpaceX confirmed on Thursday that the vehicle was destroyed, but neither the company nor NASA, its primary customer, have publicly acknowledged the nature of the mishap
22:16 02.05.2019
1857. Backstory: How to capture a rocket
“It’s a challenge to describe that noise,” says Reuters senior photographer Mike Blake, after witnessing his first rocket launch.
02:48 02.05.2019
1856. Denisovans, mysterious extinct humans, conquered high altitudes
A jawbone found in a cave on the Tibetan Plateau in China is providing surprising insights into Denisovans, the enigmatic extinct cousins to Neanderthals and our own species, including that they were pioneers at enduring high-altitude environments.
15:04 01.05.2019
1855. Scientists say they're closer to possible blood test for chronic fatigue
Scientists in the United States say they have taken a step toward developing a possible diagnostic test for chronic fatigue syndrome, a condition characterized by exhaustion and other debilitating symptoms.
15:03 29.04.2019
1854. Fly me to the moon: Germany eyes slice of lucrative space market
BERLIN Reuters) - Facing tough competition from China, the United States and even tiny Luxembourg, Germany is racing to draft new laws and attract private investment to secure a slice of an emerging space market that could be worth $1 trillion a year by t
14:23 29.04.2019
1853. China's rocket start-ups go small in age of 'shoebox' satellites
During initial tests of their 8.1-metre (27-foot) tall reusable rocket, Chinese engineers from LinkSpace, a start-up led by China"s youngest space entrepreneur, used a Kevlar tether to ensure its safe return. Just in case.
23:23 28.04.2019
1852. Oldest human footprint found in the Americas confirmed in Chile: researcher
A 15,600-year old footprint discovered in southern Chile is believed to be the oldest ever found in the Americas, according to researchers.
18:45 26.04.2019
1851. SpaceX escape engines were test fired before mishap: panel
A NASA safety panel said on Thursday that Saturday"s accident on a SpaceX astronaut capsule happened after eight engines were test fired, but offered scant details on what caused the mishap or the extent of the damage.
14:14 25.04.2019
1850. German scientists create see-through human organs
Researchers in Germany have created transparent human organs using a new technology that could pave the way to print three-dimensional body parts such as kidneys for transplants.
09:48 25.04.2019
1849. Scientists turn brain signals into speech, may help people who cannot talk
People robbed of the ability to talk due to a stroke or another medical condition may soon have real hope of regaining a voice thanks to technology that harnesses brain activity to produce synthesized speech, researchers said on Wednesday.
16:04 24.04.2019
1848. NASA probe detects likely 'marsquake' - an interplanetary first
NASA"s robotic probe InSight has detected and measured what scientists believe to be a "marsquake," marking the first time a likely seismological tremor has been recorded on another planet, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California reported on Tuesda
01:48 24.04.2019
1847. China to announce rules soon to regulate commercial rocket industry
China"s national space agency said on Tuesday it will soon announce rules to regulate commercial rocket manufacturing, test flights and launches, state media reported, as the number of private startups in the nascent sector surged in the past year.
08:49 23.04.2019
1846. Elon Musk's SpaceX suffers capsule anomaly during Florida tests
Elon Musk"s SpaceX suffered an anomaly in one of its Crew Dragon capsules while conducting engine tests at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on Saturday, the company said.
21:56 20.04.2019
1845. China draws up tighter rules on human gene and embryo trials: Xinhua
China"s top legislature will consider tougher rules on research involving human genes and embryos, the first such move since a Chinese scientist sparked controversy last year by announcing he had made the world"s first "gene-edited" babies.
10:40 20.04.2019
1844. Back on Earth, China's Mars simulation base greets first visitors
About 100 excited Chinese teenagers completed a five-hour tour of a space colony against a desolate backdrop not unlike the desert planet of Tatooine, the home world of Luke Skywalker.
10:41 18.04.2019
1843. Out of a drawer and into your nightmares comes a vicious ancient beast
When Ohio University integrative biologist Nancy Stevens peered into a drawer in the wooden cabinets on the top floor of a Nairobi museum in 2010, she saw a chunk of rock containing massive teeth and knew she had come across something important.
07:10 18.04.2019
1842. Yale study revives cellular activity in pig brains hours after death
Yale University scientists have succeeded in restoring basic cellular activity in pigs" brains hours after their deaths in a finding that may one day lead to advances in treating human stroke and brain injuries, researchers reported on Wednesday.
21:31 17.04.2019
1841. On Saturn's moon Titan, plentiful lakeside views, but with liquid methane
Scientists on Monday provided the most comprehensive look to date at one of the solar system"s most exotic features: prime lakeside property in the northern polar region of Saturn"s moon Titan - if you like lakes made of stuff like liquid methane.
11:06 16.04.2019
1840. Israel plans new moonshot after maiden mission fails
The aerospace company behind Israel"s failed first moonshot said on Saturday it would pursue a second mission with funds raised from private donors and the public.
13:59 13.04.2019
1839. 'Seeing the unseeable': Scientists reveal first photo of black hole
Using a global network of telescopes to see "the unseeable," an international scientific team on Wednesday announced a milestone in astrophysics - the first-ever photo of a black hole - in an achievement that validated a pillar of science put forward by A
15:05 12.04.2019
1838. Israeli spacecraft crashes onto moon after technical failures
Israeli spacecraft Beresheet crashed onto the moon on Thursday after a series of technical failures during its final descent, shattering hopes of a historic controlled landing on the lunar surface.
08:21 12.04.2019
1837. Elon Musk's SpaceX sends world's most powerful rocket on first commercial flight
The most powerful operational rocket in the world, SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy, launched its first commercial mission on Thursday from Florida in a key demonstration for billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk"s space company in the race to grasp lucrative milita
02:34 12.04.2019
1836. Oh, brother! NASA twins study shows how space changes the human body
An American astronaut experienced multiple biological changes in space but returned to normal - with some exceptions - after coming back to Earth, according to a study involving twin brothers that shed light on how space flight affects the human body. 
17:58 11.04.2019

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