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Did YOU spot it? NASA's asteroid chaser swings by Earth on way to space rock 140 million miles away - Daily Mail


Daily Mail

Did YOU spot it? NASA's asteroid chaser swings by Earth on way to space rock 140 million miles away
Daily Mail
NASA's asteroid-chasing spacecraft is swinging by Earth today on its way to a space rock. Launched a year ago, Osiris-Rex was on track to pass within about 11,000 miles (17,700 kilometers) of the home planet Friday afternoon - above Antarctica. Those ...
Asteroid-bound probe to slingshot past Earth FridayCBS News
OSIRIS-REx spacecraft zooms by Earth on its way to an asteroidNew Scientist
Look up! You might see NASA's asteroid-hunting spacecraft fly past EarthLos Angeles Times
Newsweek -Spaceflight Now -SpaceFlight Insider -KTAR.com
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Published on 22 September 2017 | 6:19 pm


Modern Humans and Neanderthals May Be More Similar Than We Imagined - Smithsonian


Smithsonian

Modern Humans and Neanderthals May Be More Similar Than We Imagined
Smithsonian
Neanderthal1.jpg. Skeleton of the Neanderthal boy recovered from the El Sidrón cave complex (Asturias, Spain). (Paleoanthropology Group MNCN-CSIC). By Ryan P. Smith. smithsonian.com. When the skull of the child was first discovered, it raised more ...
Neanderthal boy's skull reveals they grew like modern boysThe Guardian
Neanderthal children grew up like modern humans: studyDeccan Herald
Old Bones Show Neanderthal Kids Were A Lot Like Modern Human ChildrenInternational Business Times
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Published on 22 September 2017 | 5:22 pm


Hubble spots strange binary asteroid with comet-like features - The Indian Express


The Indian Express

Hubble spots strange binary asteroid with comet-like features
The Indian Express
Using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, an international team of astronomers has found that an unusual object in the asteroid belt is, in fact, two asteroids orbiting each other that have comet-like features. These include a bright halo of material ...
Asteroids found orbiting each other between Mars, JupiterTimes of India
Hubble Telescope spots unique binary asteroid with comet-like featuresBusiness Standard
NASA's Hubble discovers a mysterious comet in Solar SystemInternational Business Times, India Edition
The TeCake -ExtremeTech -PC-Tablet News -Gizmodo
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Published on 22 September 2017 | 1:40 pm


'Make In India' can further boost relations with Finland: Envoy (IANS Interview) - Business Standard


'Make In India' can further boost relations with Finland: Envoy (IANS Interview)
Business Standard
The Make In India initiative to encourage national and multi-national companies manufacture their products in the country can play a role in boosting Finlands relations with India, the country's Ambassador, Nina Vaskunlahti, has said. "Indian ...

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Published on 22 September 2017 | 12:53 pm


The cover's thinning! - The Hindu


The Hindu

The cover's thinning!
The Hindu
At 4.64 million sq.km., Arctic Sea ice minimum extent in 2017 is the eighth lowest in the consistent long-term satellite record, which began in 1978, analysis of satellite data shows. Arctic Sea ice, the layer of frozen seawater covering much of the ...
We Charted Arctic Sea Ice for Nearly Every Day Since 1979. You'll See a Trend.New York Times
Arctic Sea Ice Reaches Annual MinimumWeatherNation (press release) (blog)

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Published on 22 September 2017 | 11:26 am


Scientists discover an underwater octopus city called Octlantis - Statesboro Herald


Statesboro Herald

Scientists discover an underwater octopus city called Octlantis
Statesboro Herald
A group of biologists just discovered an underwater city full of octopuses, and they're calling it Octlanis. Although it sounds like something out science fiction, it's a reality. The so-called city includes “dens made out of piles of sand and shells ...
Scientists Discover Underwater City Built By OctopusesDeathRattleSports.com
This is what an octopus city looks like (video)Clawson News
Australia is home to Oclantis, a recently discovered city of octopusesGears Of Biz
The Indian Tribune -Science Recorder -India Today -Pacific Standard
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Published on 22 September 2017 | 11:16 am


China's mission to Mars 'well underway' - iAfrica.com


iAfrica.com

China's mission to Mars 'well underway'
iAfrica.com
China's programme to launch a mission to Mars in 2020 is "well underway", its top planner says, as the country moves forward with its ambitious space programme. The probe will carry 13 types of payload including six rovers, the official Xinhua news ...
China Space Program: China to Launch Mars Mission by 2020EurAsian Times
China wants to be the first country to explore surface of MarsTimes LIVE
Chinese Official Says the Nation's Plans to Explore Mars Are “Going Smoothly”Futurism
www.MICEtimes.asia (press release) -The Diplomat
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Published on 22 September 2017 | 11:03 am


Europe's lunar village will see humans born on the MOON 'in a few decades' - Daily Mail


Daily Mail

Europe's lunar village will see humans born on the MOON 'in a few decades'
Daily Mail
Children will be born on the moon 'in a few decades', with whole families joining Europe's lunar colony by 2050, a top space scientist has claimed. Professor Bernard Foing, ambassador of the European Space Agency (Esa)-driven 'Moon Village' scheme, ...
Irma Toppled NASA 'Moon Tree' From Apollo 14Newsmax
First lunar babies will be born on the moon 'within decades', claims European Space Agency ambassadorThe Sun
Fly me to the Moon: For some, lunar village takes shapeThe Sun Daily
Newsline -Newsbug.info -Blasting News
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Published on 22 September 2017 | 10:31 am


Is the world going to end on September 23? - Gazette


Gazette

Is the world going to end on September 23?
Gazette
The theory goes that a planet called Nibiru, or “Planet X”, will collide into Earth this Saturday. Fun. It's a belief which is getting some serious traction online, and a bloke called David Meade, who happens to have written a book called Planet X ...

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Published on 22 September 2017 | 12:30 am


Sixth mass extinction may begin by 2100, says study - Times of India


Times of India

Sixth mass extinction may begin by 2100, says study
Times of India
BOSTON: Increasing carbon levels in the oceans may lead to the sixth mass extinction in Earth's history by about 2100, MIT scientists have predicted after analysing data from the last 540 million years. Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of ...
Going, going, gone: Sixth mass extinction on Earth by 2100, says MIT studyIndia Today
Earth's sixth mass extinction likely by 2100: MIT studyLivemint
Global mass extinction date predicted!Zee News
Daily Mail -Fox News -Geek -ScienceAlert
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Published on 21 September 2017 | 11:35 am








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