Hubble discovers 6 massive, dead galaxies from early universe - Yahoo! Voices

Alexandra Alexandra - 2021-09-22T22:26:57Z

The reason why these galaxies died during the universe's most prolific period of star birth is still a mystery.

NASA completes umbilical test for SLS Artemis 1 mission - -

Adrian Beil - 2021-09-22T20:22:29Z

NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket completed another milestone on its way to launch with…

Flying on Mars getting tougher as Ingenuity helicopter gears up for 14th hop -

Elizabeth Howell - 2021-09-22T18:17:57Z

Mars' air is thinning out as the seasons change.

Two-legged dinosaurs may have swung tails to run faster, say scientists - The Guardian

Linda Geddes - 2021-09-22T17:52:00Z

A computer simulation could help us better understand the evolution of movement in animals

Crew Dragon: Former project lead reveals stark differences between SpaceX and NASA - Inverse

Mike Brown - 2021-09-22T17:39:58Z

Astronaut Garrett Reisman, who helped develop SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule, also has experience of working with NASA.

747-sized asteroid skimmed by Earth, and scientists didn't see it coming - The Jerusalem Post

By AARON REICH - 2021-09-22T15:13:00Z

Dubbed 2021 SG, the asteroid flew close to the planet on September 16, but because it came from the direction of the Sun, scientists didn't see it coming.

NASA's InSight Finds Three Big Marsquakes, Thanks to Solar-Panel Dusting - NASA JPL - 2021-09-22T15:10:49Z

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the leading center for robotic exploration of the solar system.

Amazing Airborne Microchips are the Tiniest Human-Built Objects to Take Flight - Gizmodo

George Dvorsky - 2021-09-22T15:00:00Z

The aerial microchips could eventually track pollution and diseases.

NASA Invites Media to Webb Telescope Prelaunch Events in French Guiana - NASA

- 2021-09-22T14:42:22Z

NASA invites members of the media to register their interest in attending events in French Guiana ahead of the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope, a mission led by NASA in partnership with the European and Canadian space agencies.

Boeing still studying Starliner valve issues, with no launch date in sight - Ars Technica

Eric Berger - 2021-09-22T14:25:49Z

"The team's making great progress on further troubleshooting."

Four dinosaurs, including Triceratops and possibly new species discovered in Montana - Daily Mail

Chris Ciaccia - 2021-09-22T14:23:01Z

Researchers working in Montana's Hell Creek Formation have discovered the fossilized remains of four different dinosaurs, including one that may be a new species.

Astronomers Have Discovered a Gigantic Sphere-Shaped Cavity in Space - SciTechDaily

- 2021-09-22T13:43:21Z

Gigantic cavity in space sheds new light on how stars form. Astronomers analyzing 3D maps of the shapes and sizes of nearby molecular clouds have discovered a gigantic cavity in space. The sphere-shaped void, described today in the Astrophysical Journal Lette…

Blast More Powerful Than Tunguska May Have Devastated Ancient City - ExtremeTech

Jessica Hall - 2021-09-22T11:45:43Z

An ancient metropolis by the Dead Sea was destroyed in an all-consuming firestorm, salting the earth and leaving the site abandoned for hundreds of years. Researchers now believe the assailant was a cosmic airburst bigger than Tunguska, which may explain the …

Dark energy might be neither particle nor field - Big Think

Ethan Siegel - 2021-09-22T06:00:00Z

Everything else in the universe is either a particle or field. Dark energy behaves as neither, and it may be a property inherent to space itself.

Moon’s Tycho Crater Revealed in Intricate Detail – Powerful New Radar Technology Will Reveal Secrets of the Solar System - SciTechDaily

- 2021-09-22T01:24:25Z

The National Science Foundation’s Green Bank Observatory (GBO) and National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO), and Raytheon Intelligence & Space (RI&S) have released a new high-resolution image of the Moon, the highest-ever taken from the ground using new ra…

What is the Oldest Animal on Earth? - Mental Floss

- 2021-09-22T00:01:49Z

Human have a pretty long lifespan, but it's nothing compared to that of a deep sea sponge, one of the oldest animals on Earth.

U. researchers say they've cracked Darwin's pigeon 'enigma' -

Carter Williams, - 2021-09-21T22:12:59Z

University of Utah researchers say one of Darwin's many quandaries regarding animal mutations is now solved through their new study.

How Humans Lost Their Tails - The New York Times

Carl Zimmer - 2021-09-21T21:58:15Z

A new study suggests that a single genetic mutation helps explain why monkeys have tails, while apes and people do not.

Elon Musk says Inspiration4 crew had 'challenges' with the toilet - CNET

Amanda Kooser - 2021-09-21T20:28:00Z

The Crew Dragon loo with a view needs some upgrades.