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1582. Scientists seek new ways to combat Florida's growing 'red tide'
Scientists in Florida are on the cusp of developing promising methods to control toxic algae blooms like the "red tide" that has been killing marine life along a 150-mile (240-km) stretch of the Gulf Coast, the head of a leading marine lab said on Wednesd
04:58 16.08.2018
1581. Scorching weather helps uncover archeological sites around Britain
Britain"s hottest summer in decades has revealed cropmarks across the country showing the sites of Iron Age settlements, Roman farms and even Neolithic monuments dating back thousands of years, archaeologists said on Wednesday.
13:23 15.08.2018
1580. India's Modi announces space mission, health scheme as election nears
India will launch its first manned space mission by 2022 and roll out a health insurance scheme from September, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday in his last Independence Day speech ahead of next year"s general election.
06:27 15.08.2018
1579. U.S. warns on Russia's new space weapons
The United States voiced deep suspicion on Tuesday over Russia"s pursuit of new space weapons, including a mobile laser system to destroy satellites in space, and the launch of a new inspector satellite which was acting in an "abnormal" way.
10:23 14.08.2018
1578. Thousands gather in Israeli desert for meteor shower
Thousands of star-gazers gathered overnight at one of the darkest spots in Israel hoping to be dazzled by the annual Perseid meteor shower, only to be left somewhat disappointed by the show.
13:12 13.08.2018
1577. NASA launches probe to go deep into Sun's scorching atmosphere
NASA launched a space probe early Sunday that will go closer to the Sun than any spacecraft before, the agency announced.
09:50 12.08.2018
1576. Meteor shower lights up skies over Bosnia
A meteor shower lit up the skies above eastern Bosnia on Saturday night, giving star gazers a rare opportunity to see a display of shooting stars with the naked eye.
03:18 12.08.2018
1575. Going where no president has gone before, Trump wants Space Force by 2020
President Donald Trump"s administration on Thursday announced an ambitious plan to usher in a new "Space Force" as the sixth branch of the military by 2020, but the proposal was scorned by opponents and may struggle to get liftoff in a divided Congress
19:13 09.08.2018
1574. Egyptian students design car that runs on air
A group of Egyptian students has designed a vehicle they say will battle rising energy prices and promote clean energy by running on nothing but air.
14:58 08.08.2018
1573. NASA names astronauts for first manned U.S. space launches since 2011
NASA on Friday named nine astronauts for the first manned space launches from U.S. soil since the space shuttle program ended in 2011.
14:50 07.08.2018
1572. Bezos throws cash, engineers at rocket program as space race accelerates
Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos is racing to pull his private space company out of start-up mode and move into production amid signals that his firm"s heavy rocket set for lift-off in 2020 may slip behind schedule, according to people familiar with the p
14:18 03.08.2018
1571. Rare blue diamonds may be Earth's deepest secret
The Hope Diamond, a rare blue diamond that is one of the world"s most famous jewels, has had a complicated history, passing through the hands of monarchs and bankers and heiresses and thieves before landing for all to see at a Washington museum.
13:43 01.08.2018
1570. Spiky Utah dinosaur had more than 'a face only a mother could love'
With its head and snout covered in bony armor shaped like cones and pyramids, a spiky tank-like dinosaur unearthed in southern Utah was not just another pretty face.
11:03 01.08.2018
1569. Robot hand learns real world moves in virtual training
Researchers backed by Tesla Inc founder Elon Musk and Silicon Valley financier Sam Altman have found a novel way to use software to teach a human-like robotic hand new tasks, a discovery that could eventually make it more economical to train robots to do
11:55 31.07.2018
1568. Blood Moon dazzles star gazers in longest lunar eclipse of 21st century
A blood-red moon dazzled star gazers across much of the world on Friday when it moved into Earth"s shadow for the longest lunar eclipse of the 21st Century.
13:44 28.07.2018
1567. Blood moon to dominate night sky in longest lunar eclipse of 21st Century
A blood moon will dominate the sky across much of the world on Friday night when the earth"s natural satellite moves into the shadow of our planet for the longest lunar eclipse of the 21st Century.
06:00 27.07.2018
1566. Scientists confirm Einstein's supermassive black hole theory
A team of international scientists observing a star in the Milky Way have for the first time confirmed Einstein"s predictions of what happens to the motion of a star passing close to a supermassive black hole.
11:20 26.07.2018
1565. Underground lake found on Mars, raising possibility of life
Using a radar instrument on an orbiting spacecraft, scientists have spotted what they said on Wednesday appears to be a sizable salt-laden lake under ice on the southern polar plain of Mars, a body of water they called a possible habitat for microbial lif
16:18 25.07.2018
1564. 'Blood moon' to appear for 21st Century's longest lunar eclipse
A blood moon will appear in the night sky around much of the world on Friday night as the moon moves into the shadow of the earth for the longest lunar eclipse of the 21st Century.
12:32 25.07.2018
1563. Centauro the robot hopes to play role in disaster relief work
Centauro the robot, with four legs, a short torso and two upper arms, edges forward with Tai chi-like grace before lowering its arms, lifting up a six kg block and effortlessly moving it out of the way.
10:36 25.07.2018
1562. Europe launches Galileo navigation satellites amid Brexit row
Europe launched four more Galileo satellites on Wednesday, taking the number in orbit to 26 and moving a step closer to having its own navigation system, just as the program has become the latest flashpoint in Brexit negotiations.
07:59 25.07.2018
1561. 'Amazing dragon' fossils rewrite history of long-necked dinosaurs
Fossils unearthed on a hillside in northwestern China are forcing scientists to rethink the history of a dinosaur lineage that produced the largest animals ever to walk the planet.
11:05 24.07.2018
1560. Scientists take step toward creating artificial embryos
An international team of scientists has moved closer to creating artificial embryos after using mouse stem cells to make structures capable of taking a crucial step in the development of life.
11:02 23.07.2018
1559. Greece finds 'Neko', a noblewoman buried in her jewelry 1,800 years ago
Greek archaeologists have discovered a virtually intact grave of an ancient noblewoman buried with her golden jewelry at a Roman burial monument in the island of Sikinos.
09:26 23.07.2018
1558. NASA prepares to fly probe into Sun's scorching atmosphere
NASA is preparing to send a probe closer to the Sun than any other spacecraft has ventured, enduring wicked heat while zooming through the solar corona to study this outermost part of the stellar atmosphere that gives rise to the solar wind.
17:45 20.07.2018
1557. Deep reefs won't be 'twilight zone' refuge for fish, corals: study
Deep coral reefs in a "twilight zone" in the oceans differ sharply from those near the surface, dimming hopes that they can be a refuge for marine life fleeing threats such as climate change and pollution, scientists said on Thursday.
14:12 19.07.2018
1556. Mystery Egypt sarcophagus found not to house Alexander the Great's remains
Egyptian archaeologists on Thursday dashed local hopes that a newly discovered ancient sarcophagus might contain the remains of Alexander the Great, finding instead the mummies of what appeared to be a family of three.
13:40 19.07.2018
1555. Bones of prehistoric creatures discovered in Crimean cave
Scientists in Crimea are poring over a mass of preserved animal bones dating back half a million years after workmen discovered a sprawling underground cave during the construction of a motorway.
13:19 19.07.2018
1554. New forensic tests suggest Shroud of Turin is fake
A new high-tech forensic study of the blood flows on the Shroud of Turin, the mysterious linen some Christians believe is Jesus’ burial cloth, is the latest analysis to suggest that it is most likely a mediaeval fake.
08:55 18.07.2018
1553. Mixed feelings for Belgium as they are feted by fans
(This July 15 story corrects to say "Euro 2020" instead of "Euro 2022" in the last paragraph.)
04:27 18.07.2018
1552. Ten newly found moons of Jupiter include a 'wrong-way driver'
Astronomers on Tuesday announced the discovery of 10 more moons of Jupiter, bringing to 79 the number known to be circling the giant gas planet, including one "wrong-way driver" that appears destined to crash into other moons sharing its orbital highway.
12:22 17.07.2018
1551. World's oldest bread found at prehistoric site in Jordan
Charred remains of a flatbread baked about 14,500 years ago in a stone fireplace at a site in northeastern Jordan have given researchers a delectable surprise: people began making bread, a vital staple food, millennia before they developed agriculture.
15:21 16.07.2018
1550. NASA commercial crew program for space station faces delays, report says
(This July 11 story in the final paragraph corrects the time period of launches, how far in advance seats are booked on Soyuz spacecraft and the number of launchpads in Kazakhstan.)
10:28 16.07.2018
1549. Scientists peer into heart of hurricanes to improve intensity forecast
Despite advances in predicting where hurricanes are heading, forecasters are still struggling to determine a crucial factor in deciding emergency measures and evacuations: their intensity.
10:02 15.07.2018
1548. Revived Pacquiao stuns Matthysse to claim welterweight crown
Manny Pacquiao put on a dominant display to stun defending champion Lucas Matthysse with a seventh-round knockout and claim the WBA welterweight title in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday.
04:36 15.07.2018
1547. Pacquiao beats Matthysse to claim WBA welterweight title
Manny Pacquiao put on a dominant display to stun defending champion Lucas Matthysse with a seventh round knockout to claim the WBA welterweight title in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday.
00:17 15.07.2018
1546. South Africa's MeerKAT to help unlock mysteries of universe
A scientific mega-project to unlock cosmic conundrums from dark energy to detecting extraterrestrial life was given a boost on Friday, when the 64-dish MeerKAT radio telescope was inaugurated in the remote South African town of Carnarvon.
14:19 14.07.2018
1545. Exclusive: Jeff Bezos plans to charge at least $200,000 for space rides - sources
Jeff Bezos" rocket company plans to charge passengers about $200,000 to $300,000 for its first trips into space next year, two people familiar with its plans told Reuters.
17:38 13.07.2018
1544. Ghostly particles give scientists new understanding of universe
A breakthrough in the study of ghostly particles called high-energy neutrinos that traverse space, zipping unimpeded through people, planets and whole galaxies, is giving scientists an audacious new way to expand our understanding of the cosmos.
16:17 12.07.2018
1543. New Zealand's Rocket Lab to open second launch pad in United States
Rocket Lab, a Silicon Valley-funded space launch company, planned to open a second launch site in the United States to complement its remote New Zealand pad, the firm said on Wednesday.
20:31 10.07.2018

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