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With successful splashdown, SpaceX retires first version of Dragon spacecraft | Watch live tonight! Slooh webcasts the 'Super Pink Moon' @ 7:30 pm ET | Tuesday's "pink moon" will be the largest supermoon of the year

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Biggest, brightest moon of the year: Will Mill Valley residents be howling?
SF Gate
Apr 08, 2020 03:14 UTC. Read More

With successful splashdown, SpaceX retires first version of Dragon spacecraft
Spaceflight Now
Apr 07, 2020 22:34 UTC. Read More

Watch live tonight! Slooh webcasts the 'Super Pink Moon' @ 7:30 pm ET
Space.com
Apr 07, 2020 22:23 UTC. Read More

Tuesday's "pink moon" will be the largest supermoon of the year
League of Legends
Apr 07, 2020 21:35 UTC. Read More

Pandemic pushes SpaceX GPS 3 launch to late June
SpaceNews
Apr 07, 2020 21:26 UTC. Read More

NASA study adds a pinch of salt to El Niño models
Phys.Org
Apr 07, 2020 19:39 UTC. Read More

Scientists visualize a black hole plasma jet in unprecedented detail
Engadget
Apr 07, 2020 19:27 UTC. Read More

A New Hole Is Forming in the Ozone Layer Over the Arctic
Futurism
Apr 07, 2020 18:57 UTC. Read More

Selects Early-Stage Technology Concepts for New, Continued Study
NASA Planetary Science
Apr 07, 2020 18:55 UTC. Read More

NASA reveals plans for 'Artemis Base Camp' on the moon that help astronauts get ready for Mars
Daily Mail
Apr 07, 2020 18:25 UTC. Read More

Three space rocks spotted burning up over three hours on the same night
CNET
Apr 07, 2020 17:26 UTC. Read More

'It's Horrific': Climate Change Is Killing the Great Barrier Reef
Gizmodo
Apr 07, 2020 17:07 UTC. Read More

First-ever photo proof of powerful jet emerging from colliding galaxies
Phys.Org
Apr 07, 2020 15:53 UTC. Read More

Volcanic activity helped trigger Triassic climate change, study says
The Guardian
Apr 07, 2020 15:20 UTC. Read More

Bubble dynamics reveal how to empty bottles faster
Phys.Org
Apr 07, 2020 15:11 UTC. Read More

Releasing young people could be best way out of lockdown, experts suggest
Yahoo Finance
Apr 07, 2020 15:07 UTC. Read More

Great Barrier Reef survey: “What we saw was an utter tragedy”
Ars Technica
Apr 07, 2020 15:01 UTC. Read More

Earth-Spanning Telescope Takes Unprecedented Image of Black Hole Spewing Radiation
Gizmodo
Apr 07, 2020 14:36 UTC. Read More

SpaceX Dragon cargo ship, the last of its kind, heads back to Earth from space station
Space.com
Apr 07, 2020 14:28 UTC. Read More

Death Stranding and Zelda offer the clarity of hiking without the exhaustion
The Verge
Apr 07, 2020 14:18 UTC. Read More

The full April moon will be the biggest supermoon of 2020 and also a pink moon
NJ.com
Apr 07, 2020 13:32 UTC. Read More

The Big Picture: Asteroid Bennu in unprecedented detail
Engadget
Apr 07, 2020 13:23 UTC. Read More

Scientists capture image of black hole emitting high-energy jets
The Guardian
Apr 07, 2020 12:59 UTC. Read More

Japanese astronomers explain the origins of Uranus’ weirdness
Tech Explorist
Apr 07, 2020 12:39 UTC. Read More

Shell Puzzle: An Additional Piece Added to the Evolution of Turtles
HeritageDaily
Apr 07, 2020 11:50 UTC. Read More

Bethe strings experimentally observed
Phys.Org
Apr 07, 2020 11:44 UTC. Read More

A spacecraft headed to Mercury will observe the moon this week during an Earth flyby
Space.com
Apr 07, 2020 11:39 UTC. Read More

Musk Reads: Starship user guide reveals big plans
Inverse
Apr 07, 2020 10:58 UTC. Read More

Scientists Long Puzzled by Uranus’ Mysterious Oddities – Japanese Astronomers Find Answers
SciTechDaily
Apr 07, 2020 10:54 UTC. Read More

New Guinea villagers unearth evidence of the island’s Neolithic past
Ars Technica
Apr 07, 2020 10:29 UTC. Read More

The ocean captures twice as much carbon dioxide as previously thought
sciencefocus.com
Apr 07, 2020 09:04 UTC. Read More

Huge 2-mile asteroid will be visible from Earth this month – and is deemed ‘potentially hazardous’
The Sun
Apr 07, 2020 07:43 UTC. Read More

What makes Saturn's atmosphere so hot
Phys.Org
Apr 07, 2020 07:25 UTC. Read More

This Intense Binary White Dwarf Could Be a First-of-Its-Kind Gravitational Wave Source
ScienceAlert
Apr 07, 2020 06:42 UTC. Read More

Three fireballs spotted burning up over just three hours
CNET
Apr 07, 2020 05:30 UTC. Read More

Boeing aims to re-fly aborted Starliner test flight to space station
msnNOW
Apr 07, 2020 05:23 UTC. Read More

NASA’s Perseverance rover got some sweet new wheels
BGR
Apr 07, 2020 04:30 UTC. Read More

White House looks for international support for space resource rights
SpaceNews
Apr 07, 2020 04:01 UTC. Read More

American Astronauts Are Preparing to Launch Into Space for the First Time in Nine Years (Video)
Travel+Leisure
Apr 07, 2020 02:49 UTC. Read More

Final Dragon 1 to Return to Earth Tuesday
NASASpaceflight.com
Apr 07, 2020 02:20 UTC. Read More

Approaching Comet Atlas Might Be Fragmenting, Astronomers Reveal
International Business Times
Apr 07, 2020 01:43 UTC. Read More

Boeing intends to reattempt Starliner test flight to space station
CBS News
Apr 07, 2020 01:20 UTC. Read More

NASA Officially Resurrects 1970s Logo CBR
CBR - Comic Book Resources
Apr 07, 2020 01:08 UTC. Read More

Ecologists Just Surveyed The Great Barrier Reef And Found an Utter Tragedy
ScienceAlert
Apr 07, 2020 00:58 UTC. Read More

See a giant siphonophore, a bizarre ocean creature that looks like silly string
CNET
Apr 06, 2020 23:56 UTC. Read More

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