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The rare Halloween Blue Moon called for a breakfast twist at Denny's
CNN
Oct 31, 2020 17:24 UTC. Read More

Space station marking 20 years of people living in orbit
Associated Press
Oct 31, 2020 13:43 UTC. Read More

Psyche, an asteroid believed to be worth $10,000 quadrillion, is observed through Hubble Telescope in new study
CNN
Oct 31, 2020 08:15 UTC. Read More

Halloween full moon: See October's 'blue moon' tonight
CNN
Oct 31, 2020 06:40 UTC. Read More

SLS Program hit by Hurricane Zeta while working through Green Run issues
NASASpaceflight.com
Oct 31, 2020 01:06 UTC. Read More

How To Make Your Own Falcon 9 Straw Rocket
League of Legends
Oct 30, 2020 21:30 UTC. Read More

Halloween treat for the whole world as rare Blue Moon TOMORROW will be across all time zoness
Daily Mail
Oct 30, 2020 20:54 UTC. Read More

Beware! NASA shares sinister sounds of space with this Halloween playlist
Space.com
Oct 30, 2020 20:45 UTC. Read More

Scientists Say a ‘2068 Impact Scenario Is Still in Play’ for 1,000-Foot-Wide Asteroid
Yahoo Entertainment
Oct 30, 2020 20:30 UTC. Read More

Hubble telescope spots a 'Greater Pumpkin' in space for Halloween
Space.com
Oct 30, 2020 20:30 UTC. Read More

Coral 'tower' taller than the Empire State Building discovered off Australian coast
Livescience.com
Oct 30, 2020 19:26 UTC. Read More

First Australian night bees recorded foraging in darkness
Phys.Org
Oct 30, 2020 19:04 UTC. Read More

NASA celebrates Hubble-ween with grinning 'Greater Pumpkins' galaxies
CNET
Oct 30, 2020 18:29 UTC. Read More

Meteorite found in Sahara evidence of WATER on Mars 4.4bn years ago
Daily Mail
Oct 30, 2020 17:59 UTC. Read More

To survive asteroid impact, algae learned to hunt
Phys.Org
Oct 30, 2020 17:59 UTC. Read More

Scientists discover Mars-sized rogue planet aimlessly zooming through the Milky Way
CBS News
Oct 30, 2020 17:55 UTC. Read More

Why black holes are the scariest things in the universe
Livescience.com
Oct 30, 2020 17:36 UTC. Read More

Quantum-computing pioneer warns of complacency over Internet security
Nature.com
Oct 30, 2020 17:36 UTC. Read More

Quantum-computing pioneer warns of complacency over Internet security
Nature.com
Oct 30, 2020 17:36 UTC. Read More

Metallic Asteroid Between Mars and Jupiter Has an Estimated Worth of $10,000 Quadrillion
IGN
Oct 30, 2020 17:31 UTC. Read More

AI to help world’s first removal of space debris
The Next Web
Oct 30, 2020 17:26 UTC. Read More

Asteroid Thought to Be Worth $10,000,000,000,000,000,000
Newser
Oct 30, 2020 17:25 UTC. Read More

At least five types of dog existed by the end of the Ice Age, 11,000 years ago
CNN
Oct 30, 2020 17:25 UTC. Read More

Assessing the habitability of planets around old red dwarfs
Phys.Org
Oct 30, 2020 17:01 UTC. Read More

Large, Deep Antarctic Ozone Hole Persisting into November
NASA/JPL Edu News
Oct 30, 2020 16:04 UTC. Read More

New model that describes the organization of organisms could lead to a better understanding of biological processes
Phys.Org
Oct 30, 2020 15:39 UTC. Read More

Dye uses synthetic melanin to mimic natural hair pigmentation
Daily Mail
Oct 30, 2020 14:59 UTC. Read More

October’s second full moon, a ‘blue moon,’ will shine Halloween night
The Washington Post
Oct 30, 2020 14:32 UTC. Read More

U.K. Pandemic Spreading Faster Than Worst-Case Scenario, Papers Show
Bloomberg
Oct 30, 2020 14:30 UTC. Read More

Facebook leak reveals policies on restricting New York Post's Biden story
The Guardian
Oct 30, 2020 14:01 UTC. Read More

Ultrapure copper for an ultrasensitive dark matter detector
Phys.Org
Oct 30, 2020 13:49 UTC. Read More

Nasa reveals that there is water on the moon in breakthrough that could lead to deep-space travel
The Independent
Oct 30, 2020 13:29 UTC. Read More

Flash graphene rocks strategy for plastic waste
Phys.Org
Oct 30, 2020 13:21 UTC. Read More

The Universe is shaking: 39 new gravitational wave events added to the list
SYFY WIRE
Oct 30, 2020 13:00 UTC. Read More

OSIRIS-REx successfully stows sample of asteroid Bennu
Phys.Org
Oct 30, 2020 12:56 UTC. Read More

The scariest things in the universe are black holes – and here are 3 reasons
Yahoo News
Oct 30, 2020 12:49 UTC. Read More

Will our solar system survive the death of our sun?
Livescience.com
Oct 30, 2020 11:55 UTC. Read More

Gravitational-wave treasure trove reveals dozens of black hole crashes
Livescience.com
Oct 30, 2020 11:54 UTC. Read More

An ancient crater triplet on Mars
Phys.Org
Oct 30, 2020 11:51 UTC. Read More

This is the astronaut's video guide to going to the bathroom in space
Space.com
Oct 30, 2020 11:44 UTC. Read More

NASA asteroid probe stows space-rock sample for return to Earth
Space.com
Oct 30, 2020 11:42 UTC. Read More

New NASA posters share galactic horrors for Halloween
CNN
Oct 30, 2020 11:42 UTC. Read More

Rocket Report: SpaceX hits the century mark, vote for Atlas V on Election Day
Ars Technica
Oct 30, 2020 10:59 UTC. Read More

Why NASA's moonshot, Boeing, Bezos and Musk have a lot riding on US election
Reuters
Oct 30, 2020 10:17 UTC. Read More

Planet Earth Report –“Bizarre Ingredients in Vaccines to What if There ‘IS’ Life on Venus?”
The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel
Oct 30, 2020 10:07 UTC. Read More

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