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Norway to spend $50 million on tropical forests satellite images and give them for free
tropical forestsJune 29, 2019 ET
Norway intends to spend up to USD 50 million USD to purchase high-resolution images of tropical forests.
Astronomers localize one-off radio wave burst for first time
Telescope in Western AustraliaJune 28, 2019 ET
Astronomers from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) determined for the first time the precise location of a one-off burst of cosmic radio waves lasting only a split second.
'Bathtub rings' around Titan's lakes might be made of alien crystals
Saturn's moon TitanJune 27, 2019 ET
The frigid lakeshores of Saturn\'s moon Titan might be encrusted with strange, unearthly minerals.
Cyanide compounds discovered in meteorites may hold clues to the origin of life
meteoritesJune 26, 2019 ET
Cyanide and carbon monoxide are both deadly poisons to humans, but compounds containing iron, cyanide, and carbon monoxide discovered in carbon-rich meteorites by a team of scientists at Boise State University and NASA may have helped power life on early Earth.
Curiosity rover found biggest yet surge of methane on Mars
Rover CuriosityJune 25, 2019 ET
NASA\'s Curiosity rover found another surge of the potentially life-indicating gas methane on Mars, and this one is the biggest yet.
Scientists map huge undersea fresh-water aquifer off U.S. Northeast
NortheastJune 24, 2019 ET
In a new survey of the sub-seafloor off the U.S. Northeast coast scientists have made a surprising discovery: a gigantic aquifer of relatively fresh water trapped in porous sediments lying below the salty ocean.
NASA selects missions to study our sun and its effects on space weather
sunJune 21, 2019 ET
NASA has selected two new missions to advance our understanding of the Sun and its dynamic effects on space.
New space mission to chase down comet will be led by UK scientists
OumuamuaJune 20, 2019 ET
A new mission called Comet Interceptor, which was proposed by the UK, has been targeted for launch by the European Space Agency in 2028.
Radically different telescope design offers deeper look into space
X-rays telescope in spaceJune 19, 2019 ET
A radically different type of X-ray space telescope has been designed at KTH, using advanced optic techniques that were originally developed in medical imaging research.
Two new Earth-like planets discovered near Teegarden's Star
Teegarden's StarJune 19, 2019 ET
An international research team led by the University of Göttingen has discovered two new Earth-like planets near one of our closest neighboring stars.
NASA's Deep Space Atomic Clock to launch into Earth's orbit in late June
Deep Space Atomic ClockJune 18, 2019 ET
The Deep Space Atomic Clock, a new technology from NASA\'s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), will be launched on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket into Earth\'s orbit for one year in late June, according to a latest release of JPL.
Jupiter-like exoplanets found in sweet spot in most planetary systems
JupiterJune 17, 2019 ET
As planets form in the swirling gas and dust around young stars, there seems to be a sweet spot where most of the large, Jupiter-like gas giants congregate, centered around the orbit where Jupiter sits in our own solar system.
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