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Published on 25 September 2018 | 2:42 pm


Team discovers new species of dazzling, neon-colored fish - Phys.Org


Phys.Org

Team discovers new species of dazzling, neon-colored fish
Phys.Org
On a recent expedition to the remote Brazilian archipelago of St. Paul's Rocks, a new species of reef fish—striped a vivid pink and yellow—enchanted its diving discoverers from the California Academy of Sciences. First spotted at a depth of 400 feet ...
California Academy of Sciences discovers new species of dazzling, neon-colored fishEurekAlert (press release)
Punk Rock 'Aphrodite': Researchers Discover Mystery Neon Fish Deep in Twilight Zone ReefNewsweek
This new fish species displays a splash of highlighter huesScience News
National Geographic -Daily Mail
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Published on 25 September 2018 | 2:00 pm


This is why the Earth wobbles as it spins, according to NASA - USA TODAY


USA TODAY

This is why the Earth wobbles as it spins, according to NASA
USA TODAY
The Earth doesn't just spin while on its axis, it wobbles. And scientists at NASA say they've identified three reasons why it happens. A study published in the November issue of the journal Earth and Planetary Science Letters said the wobble ...
Planet Earth Wobbles As It Spins, and Now Scientists Know WhyLive Science
Humans Are Causing Earth To Wobble More As It Spins, NASA FindsForbes
New GOES satellite shows its power in Hurricane FlorenceAL.com
MLive.com -Newsweek -EcoWatch -Mirror.co.uk
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Published on 25 September 2018 | 12:21 pm


Ancient Mars Had Energy Source for Potential Life Underground - Space.com


Space.com

Ancient Mars Had Energy Source for Potential Life Underground
Space.com
If life got a foothold in the Martian subsurface long ago, it could have tapped into a plentiful chemical energy source, a new study suggests. That source was hydrogen, generated when radiation split underground water into its constituent parts. And ...
Underground of Ancient Mars –“May Have Been the Largest Habitable Zone on the Planet”The Daily Galaxy
Ancient Mars Had Prime Conditions for Life to Thrive Below Its SurfaceNewsweek
Ancient Mars had right conditions for underground life, new research suggestsPhys.Org
Express.co.uk -The Register -Mirror.co.uk -Astronomy Now Online
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Published on 25 September 2018 | 11:33 am


Here Comes the Sun! Parker Solar Probe Instruments See 'First Light' - Space.com


Space.com

Here Comes the Sun! Parker Solar Probe Instruments See 'First Light'
Space.com
As Parker Solar Probe prepares for an unprecedented close-up of the sun, the new spacecraft sent data home showing that all is well in the mission. The probe's instruments showed the band of the Milky Way and picked up evidence of the solar wind, the ...
This car-size NASA spacecraft is hurtling closer to the sun than any mission beforePhilly.com
Three NASA Missions Return 1st-Light DataSpace Daily
Within touching distance of the SunSpiked
Universe Today -Astronomy Now Online
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Published on 25 September 2018 | 11:20 am


Japanese rovers just transmitted the first photos from an asteroid 280 million kilometres away - Business Insider


Business Insider

Japanese rovers just transmitted the first photos from an asteroid 280 million kilometres away
Business Insider
Japan currently has two rovers on an asteroid 280 million kilometres from Earth. The mission of Hayabusa2, the spacecraft that carried the rovers, was to "study the origin and evolution of the solar system as well as materials for life". The rovers ...
Touchdown: Hayabusa 2 Deploys Rovers to Explore RyuguSky & Telescope
Stunning asteroid photos captured by tiny rovers on space rock's surfaceFox News
The First Photo from the Asteroid Japan Just Landed Rovers OnPetaPixel (blog)
Washington Post -ExtremeTech -ZDNet -Scientific American
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Published on 25 September 2018 | 9:11 am


Scientists find giant dust storms on Saturn's biggest moon - CNET


CNET

Scientists find giant dust storms on Saturn's biggest moon
CNET
Artist's concept of a dust storm on Titan. NASA/ESA/IPGP/Labex UnivEarthS/University Paris Diderot. There's a celestial body in space that's very much like Earth, and it's Saturn's biggest moon called Titan. It's so alike that scientists have ...
Cassini data reveals another feature that suggests Titan is similar to EarthSpaceFlight Insider
A quarter century into the exoplanet revolutionOUPblog (blog)
Cassini probe spots dust storm on TitanBoing Boing (blog)
SlashGear -Space Ref (press release) -www.v3.co.uk -International Business Times, India Edition
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Published on 25 September 2018 | 9:11 am


Elon Musk reveals details on SpaceX's BFR, trips to the moon, Mars base and more - Florida Today


Florida Today

Elon Musk reveals details on SpaceX's BFR, trips to the moon, Mars base and more
Florida Today
SpaceX's plans to send a Japanese billionaire and several others beyond low-Earth orbit on the company's Big Falcon Rocket, revealed in-depth last week, have been updated thanks to a flurry of recent tweets by CEO Elon Musk. Yusaku Maezawa, one of ...
The SpaceX Mars Base Will Become A Reality In 10 Years, Elon Musk SaysTech Times
What Artists Would Do if They Could Fly to the MoonNew York Times
Is Space Actually Being Democratized?TechCo (blog)
Mirror.co.uk -Daily Mail -Outer Places -The Onion (satire)
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Published on 24 September 2018 | 7:33 pm


Across the Arctic, lakes are leaking dangerous greenhouse gases - Winston-Salem Journal


Winston-Salem Journal

Across the Arctic, lakes are leaking dangerous greenhouse gases
Winston-Salem Journal
ABOVE THE ARCTIC CIRCLE, ALASKA — Katey Walter Anthony has studied some 300 lakes across the tundras of the Arctic. But sitting on the mucky shore of her latest discovery, the Arctic expert said she'd never seen a lake like this one. Set against the ...

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Published on 24 September 2018 | 5:48 pm


Renowned mathematician Michael Atiyah claims to have solved the Riemann Hypothesis - ZME Science


ZME Science

Renowned mathematician Michael Atiyah claims to have solved the Riemann Hypothesis
ZME Science
Mathematics doesn't usually make headlines and yet, to say that the announcement from Sir Michael Atiyah caused a stir would be an understatement. The renowned mathematician claimed to have solved the long-standing Riemann Hypothesis, with ...
Mathematician reveals 'simple' solution to a problem that has remained unsolved for 160 YEARSMirror.co.uk
British mathematician stated that the decision “challenges of Millennium”The Stopru
Explainer: Has Michael Atiyah conquered the Everest of mathematics?Irish Times
The Inquisitr -Economic Times (blog) -INSIDER -Evening Standard
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Published on 24 September 2018 | 3:49 pm








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