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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 13 15278
Astronomers have finally found the edge of the Milky Way galaxy 3 Judi Lynn Wednesday 32 min ago 4 418
Bad News Wrapped in Protein: Inside the Coronavirus Genome 8 Eugene 4 hrs ago 1 hr ago 13 743
Starship SN3 fails during cryo testing 2 Eugene 10 hrs ago 5 hrs ago 4 358
NASA successfully deploys the James Webb Telescope's enormous mirror 2 Eugene 11 hrs ago 9 hrs ago 5 204
New blood test can detect 50 types of cancer 2 Judi Lynn 16 hrs ago 13 hrs ago 18 356
No TV, no sat nav, no internet: how to fix space's junk problem - video 2 Judi Lynn 16 hrs ago 13 hrs ago 1 231
Antarctica was warm enough for rainforest near south pole 90m years ago 0 Judi Lynn 16 hrs ago 16 hrs ago 0 148
How to see bright Comet ATLAS 6 Anon-C Wednesday 20 hrs ago 19 1555
Mice have a range of facial expressions, researchers find 2 Eugene Yesterday Yesterday 3 320
Critically Endangered Turtle Hatchlings Stroll Down Brazil's Abandoned Beaches 4 Judi Lynn Monday Yesterday 28 1861
Some coronavirus patients are still testing positive after recovering 9 Judi Lynn Wednesday Yesterday 4 569
Tabular Lancet Infectious Disease Fatality Comparisons by Age: SARS, Covid-19, Influena. 3 NNadir Wednesday Wednesday 5 385
Looks like SETI@Home is going into hibernation mode. 4 krispos42 Mar 4 Wednesday 10 623
NASA selects new mission to study giant solar particle storms 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 1 191
Ancient Mars may have had received water from two major sources 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 3 246
Solving a molecular mystery may have opened new class of cancer drugs 1 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 8 262
Columbia to Build Upgrades for Large Hadron Collider, the World's Largest Atom Smasher 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 3 168
Scientists develop AI that can turn brain activity into text 2 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 4 326
Sustainable Electrochem Extraction of Metal Resources from Waste Streams: From Removal to Recovery 0 NNadir Tuesday Tuesday 2 258
Covid patients can remain infectious following recovery. 24 NNadir Monday Tuesday 12 1008
Future Lunar Bases Could Be Built From Astronauts' Pee 3 Judi Lynn Monday Tuesday 2 383
Scientists discover three new species of pterosaurs in the Saharaccc 5 Judi Lynn Sunday Monday 3 373
New Weekly Reading Record Established at the Mauna Loa Carbon Dioxide Observatory. 3 NNadir Sunday Sunday 6 466
Question about Vaccine Adjuvants and COVID-19 9 Anon-C Sunday Sunday 1 387
free 10-week online course The Science of Well-Being offered by Yale University 2 Ponietz Mar 25 Saturday 9 319
Uranus Ejected a Giant Plasma Bubble During Voyager 2's Visit 10 Eugene Friday Saturday 5 576
The Effect of Variable Generators, aka "Renewable Energy" on the Efficiency Of Fossil Fuel Plants. 0 NNadir Saturday Saturday 3 313
Structural basis for the recognition of SARS-CoV-2 by full-length human ACE2 2 NNadir Friday Saturday 6 356
Coronavirus: Pangolins found to carry related strains 1 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 12 442
Scientists find bug that feasts on toxic plastic 5 Eugene Friday Friday 18 968
Antarctic seal photo wins top prize 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 14 605
Chinese Retrospective Comparison Between RTPCR Covid Tests/Radiological Findings: False Negatives. 3 NNadir Mar 26 Friday 3 366
A Little Drop of Galaxy - Astronomy Picture of the Day - 2020 March 27 0 Ptah Friday Friday 12 358
We might be living in a gigantic, intergalactic bubble 7 Judi Lynn Mar 26 Mar 26 8 558
Distant 'quasar tsunamis' are ripping their own galaxies apart 0 Judi Lynn Mar 26 Mar 26 6 313
The State of U.S. Science and Engineering 2020 (Immigration & federal funding) 1 bronxiteforever Mar 25 Mar 25 8 274
The equinox reveals one of the secrets of Egypt's iconic Sphinx 7 Judi Lynn Mar 23 Mar 25 35 4213
Science on Saturday: 50 years of Mars Exploration: What have we learned? 0 NNadir Mar 25 Mar 25 1 237
'It's heartbreaking.' Labs are euthanizing thousands of mice in response to coronavirus pandemic 4 douglas9 Mar 24 Mar 24 4 509
Fossil hunters find evidence of 555m-year-old human relative 5 muriel_volestrangler Mar 24 Mar 24 3 468
Mammal study explains 'why females live longer' 2 Eugene Mar 24 Mar 24 4 511
The Fragment of an Ancient Lost Continent Has Been Discovered Off The Coast of Canada 0 Judi Lynn Mar 24 Mar 24 14 604
''Tis the season 0 Traildogbob Mar 23 Mar 23 8 353
The Fastest Supercomputer on Earth Is Being Deployed Against Coronavirus 6 Xipe Totec Mar 22 Mar 23 12 625
Nature Medicine corrective to some myths about the origins of Covid-19. 3 NNadir Mar 22 Mar 22 8 474
Deadly immune 'storm' caused by emergent flu infections 3 safeinOhio Mar 22 Mar 22 12 638
Africa's mountain gorillas also at risk from coronavirus 1 Judi Lynn Mar 22 Mar 22 7 360
Katherine Johnson (1918-2020) 0 NNadir Mar 21 Mar 21 15 502
Good luck, y'all. 3 warmfeet Mar 20 Mar 20 9 590
History, mass loss, structure, and dynamic behavior of the Antarctic Ice Sheet 0 NNadir Mar 20 Mar 20 3 275
Crystal structure of SARS-CoV-2 main protease provides a basis for design of improved α-ketoamide. 3 NNadir Mar 20 Mar 20 5 428
Why did nearly a million king penguins vanish without a trace? 3 NNadir Mar 20 Mar 20 11 480
Two New Wonderfully Weird Species Of Six-Gilled Sawshark Have Been Discovered 5 Judi Lynn Mar 20 Mar 20 3 314
Ultra-Rare Dwarf Kingfisher Fledgling Photographed for the Very First Time 3 WillParkinson Mar 20 Mar 20 6 525
SpaceX will launch its first crewed mission as early as May 0 Judi Lynn Mar 20 Mar 20 1 223
Ancient 'Wonderchicken' fossil is oldest of modern birds 0 Judi Lynn Mar 20 Mar 20 9 286
Weird! Mercury's scorching temps may actually lead to ice. 0 Judi Lynn Mar 20 Mar 20 2 270
Scientists Have Found A Way To Take Razor-Sharp Images Of Black Holes 1 Judi Lynn Mar 20 Mar 20 6 398
From the Nobel Acceptance Lecture of Dr. Rita Levi-Montalcini 0 NNadir Mar 19 Mar 19 4 295
Spring equinox, earliest since 1896 brings planetary entertainment 0 RestoreAmerica2020 Mar 19 Mar 19 0 394
A Crucial Idea Darwin Had on Evolution Was Just Confirmed, 140 Years After His Death 0 Judi Lynn Mar 19 Mar 19 13 689
There Are Infinite Rings of Light Around Black Holes. Here's How We Could See Them 1 Judi Lynn Mar 19 Mar 19 4 295
Italy's coronavirus response dramatically reduces air pollution emissions, satellites show 1 Judi Lynn Mar 18 Mar 18 5 545
Structural basis for the recognition of the SARS-CoV-2 by full-length human ACE2 8 intrepidity Mar 16 Mar 16 8 687
A nice video lecture by a scientist studying plutonium migration at the Nevada Nuclear Test Site. 0 NNadir Mar 16 Mar 16 2 364
good site for tracking coronavirus 5 RussBLib Mar 13 Mar 15 4 512
Where Did Animals With Tail Weapons Go? Here's a Back Story 11 Judi Lynn Mar 14 Mar 15 8 1113
Comet 67P is hiding nitrogen that could solve a solar system mystery 2 Judi Lynn Mar 13 Mar 15 5 343
Australian Engineers Just Accidentally Solved a 58-Year-Old Quantum Mystery 2 Judi Lynn Mar 15 Mar 15 7 667
Impact of Natural Organic Matter on Plutonium Vadose Zone Migration 2 NNadir Mar 14 Mar 15 4 484
How This Prehistoric Clam Tracked the Moon 1 Judi Lynn Mar 15 Mar 15 9 616
They Knew Saber-toothed Tigers Were Big. Then They Found This Skull. 3 Judi Lynn Mar 14 Mar 15 9 579
A Powerful New Telescope is About to be Screwed by Elon Musk's Starlink Constellation, Research Sugg 0 Judi Lynn Mar 15 Mar 15 7 363
The universe may have been filled with supermassive black holes at the dawn of time 4 Judi Lynn Mar 12 Mar 13 2 484
Anyone used the SIR for infectious disease? 6 Pobeka Mar 9 Mar 13 1 544
Scientists identify rain of molten iron on distant exoplanet 4 Judi Lynn Mar 11 Mar 12 5 389
Coronavirus may be most infectious when symptoms are mildest, small study finds 1 Judi Lynn Mar 11 Mar 11 6 426
Stegosaurus footprints found on Isle of Skye 0 Judi Lynn Mar 11 Mar 11 8 486
Rapid Characterization of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) by IMS-MS. 0 NNadir Mar 11 Mar 11 4 318
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