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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 16 23607
Arecibo telescope has collapsed 7 LunaSea 11 hrs ago 3 hrs ago 8 451
China spacecraft Chang'e-5 lands on moon to bring rocks back to Earth 2 Eugene 8 hrs ago 7 hrs ago 5 260
Material Flow Analysis (MFA): Metal Demand and Climate Change. 1 NNadir Sunday 13 hrs ago 3 385
How the insect got its wings: Scientists (at last!) tell the tale 7 Jim__ 19 hrs ago 17 hrs ago 7 430
Swarms of 'primordial' black holes might fill our universe 2 Judi Lynn Monday Yesterday 8 525
Chinese submarine reaches the deepest place on Earth 3 Judi Lynn Monday Monday 11 530
The Trillion-Transistor Chip That Just Left a Supercomputer in the Dust 6 WillParkinson Sunday Monday 9 896
12,500 year old rock art discovered in remote Amazon forest (in Colombia) 6 eShirl Sunday Sunday 20 762
Neutrinos prove the Sun is doing a second kind of fusion in its core: 2 soothsayer Saturday Sunday 10 572
UAE mission to Mars on course to arrive in February 2021 2 Judi Lynn Saturday Sunday 6 324
VIDEO: Rare white penguin spotted on the Galapagos Islands 1 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 6 382
Scientists, students demand action to keep Arecibo radio telescope operating 3 Judi Lynn Thursday Saturday 7 352
Will the physics add up for near-silent, ion-propelled cargo drones? 4 eppur_se_muova Friday Saturday 3 396
Hubble captures a black hole's 'shadow beams,' yawning across space 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 7 513
Covid-19: politicisation, "corruption," and suppression of science 3 janterry Friday Saturday 7 334
Huge Underground Reservoir of Freshwater Discovered Off The Coast of Hawai'i 13 Judi Lynn Thursday Friday 45 1612
New transient ultraluminous X-ray source detected in the galaxy NGC 7090 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 7 442
The Swiss Alps continue to rise: Evidence from cosmic rays show lift outpaces erosion 1 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 6 254
The Ten Best Science Books of 2020 3 left-of-center2012 Friday Friday 2 470
Fossil Reveals Weird, Toothed 'Toucan' That Lived Alongside The Dinosaurs 1 Judi Lynn Thursday Friday 10 365
New Hubble data explains missing dark matter 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 11 557
Scientists find neutrinos from star fusion for the first time 2 Judi Lynn Thursday Friday 5 320
Asteroid 2000 WO107 will pass safely November 29, closer in later flybys 0 lordsummerisle Thursday Thursday 5 454
This message was self-deleted by its author 2 sl8 Thursday Thursday 14 775
Why do the planets all orbit the Sun in the same plane? 4 left-of-center2012 Nov 22 Wednesday 16 1010
Mouthwash could kill coronavirus in matter of 30 seconds, new study indicates 15 Judi Lynn Nov 18 Wednesday 12 1911
COVID vaccine result was a fluke 6 CloudWatcher Wednesday Wednesday 10 1327
Scientists produce rare diamonds in minutes at room temperature 4 Judi Lynn Nov 24 Wednesday 5 675
Ancient zircon minerals from Mars reveal the elusive internal structure of the red planet 1 Judi Lynn Nov 24 Wednesday 4 380
SARS-CoV-2 relative found lurking in frozen bats from Cambodia 3 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 5 442
SpaceX uses booster seventh time on Starlink launch 0 TexasTowelie Wednesday Wednesday 3 329
Faint 'super-planet' discovered by radio telescope for the 1st time 2 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 12 440
If you've never been sure how to find Uranus, January may be your chance. 11 eppur_se_muova Nov 24 Nov 24 3 419
This should go a long way to ending modern day human slavery to mine cobalt in the Congo region. 4 NNadir Nov 23 Nov 24 11 598
Alligators found to regenerate lost tails in surprising study 0 Judi Lynn Nov 24 Nov 24 2 427
In a First, Astronomers Witnessed the Birth of a Supermassive Magnetar Following a Glorious Kilonova 14 Tom Yossarian Joad Nov 14 Nov 24 64 6545
'Weird' gelatinous creature shaped 'like a party balloon' is a new species, NOAA says 10 soothsayer Nov 23 Nov 24 16 959
Mars Might Have Lost its Water Quickly - Universe Today 0 soothsayer Nov 23 Nov 23 5 385
A High Resolution, Cross-Eyed Look at the Entire Surface of Mars - 0 soothsayer Nov 22 Nov 22 2 589
NASA Mars Rover Just 100 Days Away From Landing, Will Search For Life On Red Planet 3 Judi Lynn Nov 13 Nov 22 4 376
Joe Biden's COVID Plan Is Taking Shape and Researchers Approve. 0 NNadir Nov 21 Nov 21 10 622
Climate and Health Effects of Conventional and Rotational Crop Practices in Iowa. 0 NNadir Nov 21 Nov 21 1 613
Fukushima Related Radiation Risks to Olympians at the 2021 Tokyo Games. 1 NNadir Nov 21 Nov 21 2 380
Let's Not Overthink This. 1 NNadir Nov 20 Nov 21 8 802
Scents of history: study hopes to recreate smells of old Europe 11 Judi Lynn Nov 19 Nov 20 5 592
Arecibo is getting decommissioned 12 CloudWatcher Nov 19 Nov 20 10 802
Metal Oxide Sorbents for the Separation of Radium and Actinium 3 NNadir Nov 19 Nov 20 2 363
An important building block of life can form long before stars 2 Judi Lynn Nov 18 Nov 19 6 388
Zebra Finches Recognize the Calls of Over 40 Fellow Finches 1 Judi Lynn Nov 15 Nov 19 4 381
Newly Found Proteins Stop Fungal "Bleeding" 2 Judi Lynn Nov 15 Nov 19 12 505
Vision and Breathing May Be the Secrets to Surviving 2020 11 Ponietz Nov 18 Nov 19 10 1216
Scientists Discover Exotic New Mineral Forged in The Furnace of a Russian Volcano 1 Judi Lynn Nov 18 Nov 18 4 515
'Dueling dinosaurs,' entangled fossils of Triceratops and T. rex will find home in Raleigh 1 left-of-center2012 Nov 17 Nov 17 11 530
Triassic period ended with 'lost' mass extinction and a million-year rain storm, study claims 2 Judi Lynn Nov 17 Nov 17 12 751
Newfound 'Kraken merger' may have been the biggest collision in Milky Way's history 1 Judi Lynn Nov 17 Nov 17 6 360
Physicists discover the 'Kings and Queens of Quantumness' 0 Judi Lynn Nov 17 Nov 17 0 458
Mysterious 'dark river' may flow hundreds of miles beneath Greenland 0 Judi Lynn Nov 17 Nov 17 5 407
Huge eruption of Italian volcano sends ash hundreds of feet into the air 3 Judi Lynn Nov 16 Nov 17 8 719
This seems too good to be true but.... 8 BSdetect Nov 16 Nov 17 5 1342
In His Spare Time, Immigrant Noubar Afeyan Has Started 38 Companies In America 0 littlemissmartypants Nov 16 Nov 16 6 401
This message was self-deleted by its author 11 sl8 Nov 16 Nov 16 1 632
All you need to know: 2020's Leonid meteor shower (earthsky.org) 3 eppur_se_muova Nov 16 Nov 16 5 507
Study: At Least Five Dog Lineages Existed 11,000 Years Ago 4 Judi Lynn Nov 15 Nov 16 13 1016
What did trilobites go extinct? 3 Judi Lynn Nov 15 Nov 15 3 628
NASA and SpaceX targeting launch of the Crew-1 mission to ISS at 7:27 p.m. EST Sunday, Nov. 15. 8 mahatmakanejeeves Nov 13 Nov 15 4 511
Space photos: The most amazing images this week! 0 Judi Lynn Nov 15 Nov 15 3 605
Bolivia's Tsimane people's average body temperature fell half a degree in 16 years 1 Judi Lynn Nov 14 Nov 15 2 395
Ice, Climate, Clathrate Physics and Greenhouse Gases. 4 NNadir Nov 14 Nov 14 3 624
'It's like politicizing toilet paper.' A member of Biden's COVID-19 panel surveys the task ahead 5 NNadir Nov 14 Nov 14 22 1192
This message was self-deleted by its author 5 sl8 Nov 14 Nov 14 12 610
Urban seagulls know exactly when to strike to steal your food -- we have the GPS data to prove it You 2 Judi Lynn Nov 13 Nov 13 8 723
Scientists discover huge fossil lake under Greenland 1 Judi Lynn Nov 13 Nov 13 5 472
We've discovered a new, adorable species in Myanmar -- it's already on the brink of extinction 1 Judi Lynn Nov 13 Nov 13 10 578
Water stripped from Mars' upper atmosphere may explain how it became a barren Red Planet For billion 0 Judi Lynn Nov 13 Nov 13 6 345
In search of the rare and ridiculously cute pygmy sloth 2 Judi Lynn Nov 12 Nov 13 9 392
Tardigrades glow blue to protect selves from UV light 1 soothsayer Nov 12 Nov 12 2 450
Birth of magnetar seen for the first time 5 Judi Lynn Nov 12 Nov 12 7 655
NASA's Orion Director Says To Expect First Woman On The Moon By 2024 1 TexasTowelie Nov 12 Nov 12 4 306
The six largest moons of the solar system in perspective 5 soothsayer Nov 11 Nov 12 12 748
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