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2076. 'Possibility of life': scientists map Saturn's exotic moon Titan
Scientists on Monday unveiled the first global geological map of Saturn"s moon Titan including vast plains and dunes of frozen organic material and lakes of liquid methane, illuminating an exotic world considered a strong candidate in the search for li
16:18 18.11.2019
2075. Spacecom's Amos-17 satellite completes test, reaches final orbit
Israel"s Space Communications said on Monday its Amos-17 communication satellite, which was launched into space in August, has completed its in-orbit testing and reached its final position.
08:56 18.11.2019
2074. Japan space probe on its way back after asteroid mission
A Japanese space probe is heading home from an asteroid 250 million km (155 million miles) from Earth after collecting sub-surface samples that could help scientists seeking the origins of life, Japan"s space agency said on Monday.
05:29 18.11.2019
2073. Boeing received 'unnecessary' contract boost for astronaut capsule, watchdog says
Boeing"s multibillion dollar contract to build U.S. astronaut capsules received an "unnecessary" extension from NASA, a watchdog report said on Thursday, the latest management blunders in the agency"s program to restart domestic human spaceflight.
22:11 14.11.2019
2072. China completes crucial landing test for first Mars mission in 2020
China on Thursday successfully completed a crucial landing test in northern Hebei province ahead of a historic unmanned exploration mission to Mars next year.
10:48 14.11.2019
2071. China's huge mysterious extinct ape 'Giganto' was an orangutan cousin
Genetic material extracted from a 1.9 million-year-old fossil tooth from southern China shows that the world"s largest-known ape - an extinct creature dubbed "Giganto" that once inhabited Southeast Asia - was an oversized cousin of today"s orangutan
13:21 13.11.2019
2070. Membrane in a minute: Singapore scientists produce in-vitro human skin
A piece of skin about the size of your thumbnail can be printed in less than a minute, scientists in Singapore say, a game-changing step for the future of non-animal testing for cosmetics and other products.
10:11 13.11.2019
2069. NASA unveils its first electric airplane - a work in progress
NASA, most prominent for its many Florida-launched exploits into space, showcased an early version of its first all-electric experimental aircraft, the X-57 "Maxwell," on Friday at its lesser-known aeronautics lab in the California desert.
04:40 09.11.2019
2068. Prehistoric ape from Germany was a pioneer of two-legged walking
Fossils unearthed in southern Germany of a remarkable ape that lived about 11.6 million years ago may dramatically alter the understanding of the evolutionary origins of a fundamental human trait - walking upright on two legs.
17:37 06.11.2019
2067. New Zealand base for methane-measuring satellite mission
A satellite mission to measure global methane emissions from oil and gas facilities will be based in New Zealand, the government said on Wednesday, in a collaboration with a U.S. environmental group.
01:03 06.11.2019
2066. NASA probe provides insight on solar system's border with interstellar space
(The Nov 4 story corrects speed of cosmic rays in paragraph 10.)
09:20 05.11.2019
2065. Boeing tests space taxi, one of three parachutes does not open
Boeing Co said on Monday that one of three parachutes failed to deploy during an otherwise successful safety test of its unmanned CST-100 Starliner crew capsule, being developed to ferry astronauts to and from the International Space Station.
15:18 04.11.2019
2064. China launches high-res satellite able to provide stereo imagery - CCTV
China launched a new high-resolution remote sensing satellite capable of providing stereoscopic imagery on Sunday, state-run media said, marking another important step as Beijing seeks to reduce reliance on foreign technology in topographic mapping.
02:39 03.11.2019
2063. Time for fungus? Indonesian watchmaker turns to mushroom leather
A watchmaker in Indonesia"s Bandung city thinks the next step in sustainability is a wristwatch with a strap made out of the complex root structure of a mushroom.
12:06 01.11.2019
2062. Czech lab grows mustard plants for Mars
Czech scientists have opened a lab to experiment growing food for environments with extreme conditions and lack of water, such as Mars.
10:38 01.11.2019
2061. Humankind's ancestral 'homeland' pinpointed in Botswana
A large ancient wetlands region spanning northern Botswana - once teeming with life but now dominated by desert and salt flats - may represent the ancestral homeland of all of the 7.7 billion people on Earth today, researchers said on Monday.
17:23 28.10.2019
2060. Secretive military spaceplane lands in Florida after record-long orbital flight
The Pentagon"s secretive X-37B spaceplane landed in Florida on Sunday after a record-long orbital flight lasting more than two years, the U.S. Air Force said, capping the latest test mission for an array of military technologies.
16:08 27.10.2019
2059. NASA plans to send water-hunting robot to moon surface in 2022
NASA will send a golf cart-sized robot to the moon in 2022 to search for deposits of water below the surface, an effort to evaluate the vital resource ahead of a planned human return to the moon in 2024 to possibly use it for astronauts to drink and to ma
14:46 25.10.2019
2058. Post-apocalyptic fossils show rise of mammals after dinosaur demise
A revelatory cache of fossils dug up in central Colorado details as never before the rise of mammals from the post-apocalyptic landscape after an asteroid smacked Earth 66 million years ago and annihilated three-quarters of all species including the dinos
14:03 24.10.2019
2057. Google unveils quantum computer breakthrough; critics say wait a qubit
Alphabet Inc"s Google said on Wednesday it had achieved a breakthrough in computing research by using a quantum computer to solve in minutes a complex problem that would take today"s most powerful supercomputer thousands of years to crack.
17:23 23.10.2019
2056. Explainer: Google hails 'quantum supremacy', but don't chuck out your PC just yet
Researchers at Google say they have achieved "quantum supremacy", in which a computer harnessing the properties of sub-atomic particles did a far better job of solving a problem than the world"s most powerful supercomputer.
17:04 23.10.2019
2055. U.S. tech firm Maxar taps startup's software for moon mission
(This October 22 story has been refiled to correct headline to say software rather than robotics, first paragraph to clarify that the Olis software would run on a Maxar robotic arm, paragraphs 2 and 3 to state that the robotic arm belongs to Maxar, and pa
14:16 23.10.2019
2054. Manure, trash and wastewater: U.S. utilities get dirty in climate fight
Joey Airoso has always been proud of his cows, whose milk goes into the butter sold by national dairy company Land O"Lakes. Now he has something new to brag about: the vast amounts of gas produced by his 2,900-head herd is powering truck fleets, homes
14:08 23.10.2019
2053. Musk's satellite project testing encrypted internet with military planes
The Air Force is using SpaceX"s fledgling satellite network to test encrypted internet services for a number of military planes, the space company"s president said on Tuesday, detailing results for the first customer of Elon Musk"s planned conste
07:06 23.10.2019
2052. Two thumbs up - or is it four? Odd lemur has evolved extra 'finger'
For a strange little lemur native to Madagascar that boasts one of the most unusual hands in the animal kingdom, a "high five" is more like a "trick six."
14:51 22.10.2019
2051. German WW2 U-boat base in France reboots as data center
The thick concrete walls of a long-abandoned World War Two German submarine base in Marseille, southern France, are set to find a new purpose: keeping banks of computer servers safe and cool.
13:05 22.10.2019
2050. Bezos's Blue Origin partners with Lockheed, others on moon lander
U.S. billionaire Jeff Bezos said on Tuesday his space company Blue Origin has signed agreements with Lockheed Martin Corp, Northrop Grumman Corp and research and development organization Draper for development of its lunar lander designed to help NASA put
11:23 22.10.2019
2049. China's next commercial rockets to make test flights in 2020, 2021: Xinhua
China will launch test flights for the next two space rockets in its Smart Dragon series meant for commercial use in 2020 and 2021, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Sunday, as an expected boom in satellite deployment gathers pace.
00:35 20.10.2019
2048. U.S. astronauts embark on the first all-female spacewalk
Two NASA astronauts made space history on Friday, completing the first spacewalk by an all-woman team when they stepped outside the International Space Station.
17:50 18.10.2019
2047. Planetary 'autopsies' indicate worlds like Earth common in the cosmos
A new way of studying planets in other solar systems - by doing sort of an autopsy on planetary wreckage devoured by a type of star called a white dwarf - is showing that rocky worlds with geochemistry similar to Earth may be quite common in the cosmos.
14:48 17.10.2019
2046. Paris zoo unveils the "blob", an organism with no brain but 720 sexes
A Paris zoo showcased a mysterious new organism on Wednesday, dubbed the "blob", a yellowish unicellular small living being which looks like a fungus but acts like an animal.
12:33 17.10.2019
2045. Brexit hits UK science funding, deters international researchers
Uncertainty surrounding Britain"s exit from the European Union has hit science funding to the tune of almost half a billion euros and is putting off international researchers from coming to Britain, a leading institution said on Wednesday.
10:39 17.10.2019
2044. NASA eyeing inflatable space lodges for moon, Mars and beyond
When astronauts orbit the moon or live on its surface in the decade ahead, they will probably be doing so inside inflatable space lodges now in development.
10:37 17.10.2019
2043. NASA unveils new spacesuit prototypes for missions 
NASA on Tuesday showed off two new spacesuits tailored for future moonwalking astronauts, signaling development of a crucial component to the space agency"s accelerated drive to return to the moon by 2024.
02:47 17.10.2019
2042. Japan to participate in U.S. moon landing plan: Kyodo
Japan has decided to participate in a U.S. plan for putting astronauts back on the moon by 2024 and the government will officially inform the United States within this year, the Kyodo News agency reported on Thursday.
01:11 17.10.2019
2041. Scientists find how deadly malaria parasite jumped from gorillas to humans
Scientists who resurrected a 50,000-year-old gene sequence have analyzed it to figure out how the world"s deadliest malaria parasite jumped from gorillas to humans - giving insight into the origins of one of human history"s biggest killers.
22:42 16.10.2019
2040. Historic all-female spacewalk set for Friday at International Space Station
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - U.S. astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir will make history on Friday when they conduct the first ever all-female spacewalk to replace the power source on the International Space Station (ISS).
16:44 16.10.2019
2039. Amazon fish wears nature's 'bullet-proof vest' to thwart piranhas
One of the world"s largest freshwater fish is protected by the natural equivalent of a "bullet-proof vest," helping it thrive in the dangerous waters of the Amazon River basin with flexible armor-like scales able to withstand ferocious piranha attacks.
15:33 16.10.2019
2038. Russia buries cosmonaut Alexei Leonov, first human to walk in space
Hundreds of Russians bade farewell to cosmonaut Alexei Leonov, the first human to walk in space, at a solemn funeral ceremony on Tuesday which culminated in a gun salute.
11:03 15.10.2019
2037. Indian-born Nobel prize-winner comes from 'family of economists'
Indian politicians and academics cheered the Nobel economics prize awarded on Monday to Indian-born American Abhijit Banerjee, whose proud mother told visitors crowding into her apartment that he came from "a family of economists".
17:33 14.10.2019

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