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Russian thrusters accidentally tilt International Space Station again

Russian thrusters have accidentally tilted the International Space Station (ISS) for the second time this year.  The Soyuz MS-18 was…

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White House targeting economic risks from climate change

WASHTINGTON — The Biden administration is taking steps to address the economic risks from climate change, issuing a 40-page report Friday on government-wide…

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Large solar flare expected to hit Earth today

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has issued a Geomagnetic Storm Watch for the northern hemisphere for Monday.  On Saturday,…

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William Shatner’s trip to the edge of space delayed by earthly weather

William Shatner’s much-anticipated trip to the edge of space will have to wait a day because high winds in west…

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China’s lunar rock samples show lava flowed on moon 2B years ago: researchers

China’s lunar rock samples – the first moon rocks returned to Earth in more than 40 years – show lava…

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U.N. declares access to a clean environment a human right

GENEVA — The U.N. Human Rights Council on Friday recognized access to a clean and healthy environment as a fundamental…

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Existence of Mars lake, floods confirmed by NASA’s Perseverance team

NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover team has confirmed that the red planet’s Jezero Crater was once the site of a delta-lake…

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California beaches near oil spill see ‘tar balls’: reports

California officials say tar balls have been seen on local beaches following the oil spill in Orange County last weekend.…

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AI-generated deepfake voices can fool both humans and smart assistants

By Chris Stokel-Walker A woman using a smart home assistant RossHelen/Shutterstock Freely available software that can mimic a specific individual’s…

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NASA’s DART mission will crash craft to redirect asteroid, scientists say

NASA hopes a mission that is expected to launch next month will demonstrate a technique that could prevent an asteroid…

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