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In this series, we cover stories ranging from black holes in distant galaxies to scientists designing robotic instruments that will probe hard-to-reach planets, in a quest to explore and understand our solar system and the universe.

Space Science Series

Exoplanet discovery by an amateur astronomer shows the power of citizen science

Apr 08, 2017 06:09 am UTC| Insights & Views Science

You dont need to be a professional astronomer to find new worlds orbiting distant stars. Darwin mechanic and amateur astronomer Andrew Grey this week helped to discover a new exoplanet system with at least four orbiting...

Space Science Series

SpaceX Makes History, Re-Used Rocket Successfully Delivers Satellite

Apr 01, 2017 05:17 am UTC| Technology

One of the biggest goals of Elon Musks SpaceX is to create a sustainable means of launching rockets into space via re-usable units. The company just made history by actually achieving this goal with one of its Falcon 9...

Space Science Series

Something big exploded in a galaxy far, far away: what was it?

Mar 27, 2017 16:24 pm UTC| Insights & Views Science

At 10:49pm Western Australian time on February 2 this year, cosmic gamma rays hit the NASA satellite, Swift, orbiting the Earth. Within seconds of the detection, an alert was automatically sent to the University of WAs...

Space Science Series

Astronomers to peer into a black hole for the first time with new Event Horizon Telescope

Mar 18, 2017 06:54 am UTC| Insights & Views Science

Ever since first mentioned by Jon Michell in a letter to the Royal Society in 1783, black holes have captured the imagination of scientists, writers, filmmakers and other artists. Perhaps part of the allure is that these...

Space Science Series

NASA Plans To Explore Water Worlds To Look For Alien Life

Mar 16, 2017 00:18 am UTC| Technology

Exploring other worlds has always been a goal that government agencies like NASA were meant for, but technological and resource limitations have always been huge obstacles. Now, the American space agency is looking to...

Space Science Series

Fly me to the Moon? Why the world should be wary of Elon Musk's space race

Mar 06, 2017 13:21 pm UTC| Insights & Views Technology

Want to fly to the moon? Well, now you wont have to bother with all those years of rigorous astronaut training all you need is a huge wad of cash. Elon Musk, technopreneur, has built a small spaceship called Dragon and if...

Space Science Series

Elon Musk’s SpaceX To Fly Two People Around The Moon; Will They Beat NASA To It?

Mar 02, 2017 00:14 am UTC| Technology

At a Monday briefing, SpaceX revealed that two people have already paid the company to fly them around the moon on a Falcon Heavy space rocket flight in 2018. We are excited to announce that SpaceX has been approached...

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Economy

New Zealand bonds end higher post better-than-expected improvement in June trade balance

The New Zealand bonds gained at the time of closing Wednesday after reading the better-than-expected improvement in the countrys trade balance for the month of June, released early today. At the time of closing, the...

Japanese bonds plunge on investors higher risk appetite

The Japanese bonds plunged Wednesday as investors moved to riskier assets including crude oil and stocks. Energy prices rallied on Saudi Arabias pledge to limit crude exports to help curb global oversupply. The yield on...

Australian bonds slump despite weak inflation, share prices up on firmer commodities

The Australian bonds slumped Wednesday despite consumer prices were surprisingly soft last quarter and core inflation rate stayed below target for a sixth straight quarter. Also, the investors found refuge in the riskier...

US private sector output expands at the fastest rate in six months in July, suggests economy gaining momentum in Q3

US-based manufacturing firms remained in expansion mode in July, flash estimates released by IHS Markit showed on Monday. Overall business conditions improved at the fastest pace for four months, while private sector...

FxWirePro: Anchoring CNB hiking hopes, advancing forecasts and valuations stimulate EUR/CZK

On the back of formidable economic data and the improved outlook for both domestic and foreign demand, we have revised our calls on GDP dynamics, the labor market, CNB policy, and the financial markets. We now expect two...

Politics

Law expert: where the Brexit battles over the Repeal Bill will be fought in parliament

The most important national law governing the Brexit process has been tabled before parliament by the UK government. The proposed European Union (Withdrawal) Bill previously known as the Great Repeal Bill is likely to...

Modi's polarising populism makes a fiction of a secular, democratic India

After Donald Trump was sworn in as US president, The Times of India published a piece titled Why both Modi and Trump are textbook populists. Citing Jan-Werner Mllers What is Populism?, the journalist, Amit Varma, was...

Politicians jeopardise the safety of whistleblowers with bad technology

The Western Australian Liberal Party has created a website, www.wawhistleblowers.com, encouraging whistleblowers to report on WA public officers, government ministers and members of parliament. The site has already been...

Malawi set out to give students skills to support democracy. But it's not been easy

Like many other countries, Malawi was caught in the wave of democratic change that swept sub-Saharan Africa in the early 1990s. The wave was triggered by the fall of communism along with military and civilian dictatorships...

US under Trump Series: Donald Trump Jr. may be called to testify before Senate over his meeting with Russian lawyer

President Trump eldest son Donald Trump Jr. might be called upon by the Senate Intelligence Committee to question about a meeting that took place in June 2016 at the Trump Tower between Trump Jr., President Trumps...

Science

NASA Is Launching A Nationwide Solar Eclipse Watch Project, Participate For Science

On August 21st, a solar eclipse that will completely blot out the sun was announced to happen by NASA. In an attempt to gather as much data about the celestial event as possible, the space agency is asking every single...

Scientists Create Material 5x Stronger Than Steel And Soft As Rubber

Researchers in Japan recently succeeded in creating a soft and flexible material that is five times stronger than steel but feels like rubber. Such a material could have numerous applications including the development of...

Humans Are Only Using 25% Of Their DNA, Study Says

Remember that popular misconception that humans only use about 10 percent of their brains power at any given time? It looks like something similar is about to start circulating the web with a new study indicating humans...

Scientists Create Super Spinach That Can Function As Bomb Detector

For the most part, the leafy green spinach has only ever been super in the animated classic Popeye the Sailor Man when the quirky main character would down a whole can of the leaves to gain strength. Recently, scientists...

The Most Advanced Artificial Heart Can Perform As Well As A Real One

Scientists have been trying to create artificial versions of human organs for decades, be it the liver, skin, eyes, and above all, the heart. These efforts are aimed at solving one of the biggest challenges in the medical...

Technology

Intel Throws Weight In Apple’s Corner Against Qualcomm In Huge Lawsuit

It would seem that the number of major brands that Qualcomm has to contend with in the lawsuit it has against Apple is growing. After the iPhone makers suppliers started backing their partner, even Google and Samsung have...

Why Swiping Up Using An iPhone Is A Bad Idea And Why Updating The iOS Is A Good Idea

Even though its the premier smartphone brand that Americans prefer, there are still plenty of misconceptions when it comes to the iPhone that a lot of users have. For example, in order to save on battery life, some...

Facebook Could Be Making A Modular Phone In Bid To Be Tech King

Its long been known that Facebooks ultimate goal is to take over the lives of every single person in the world by carving out a slice in every single industry. The social media platform has already done this by being...

Razer Could Get $5 Billion IPO Valuation And Make A Gamer-Specific Smartphone

The PC gaming hardware giant Razer is reportedly ready to go for an initial public offering, which could be worth $5 billion. The site for the IPO is apparently Hong Kong and achieving such an amount is also apparently...

Verizon Is Already Throttling YouTube And Netflix, Net Neutrality Is Dying

One of the biggest points of reassurance that FCC head Ajit Pai is trying to sell in dismantling Net Neutrality involves asking users to trust ISPs not abusing their power. According to him, carriers will not be throttling...
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July 26 06:45 UTC Released

FRConsumer Confidence

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104 %

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108 %

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108 %

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IDFDI Growth YY*

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10.6 %

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0.90 %

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ITCPI YY*

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107.0 %

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107.3 %

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GBGDP Prelim QQ

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107.0 %

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107.3 %

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106.2 %

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106.4 %

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ITRBA Weightd Medn CPI QQ*

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106.2 %

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106.4 %

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GBRBA Trimmed Mean CPI YY*

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40.347 %

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USGDP Prelim QQ

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0.3 %

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0.2 %

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USGDP Prelim YY

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1.7 %

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2.0 %

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