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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

The Moon's top layer alone has enough oxygen to sustain 8 billion people for 100,000 years

Nov 13, 2021 07:44 am UTC| Science

Alongside advances in space exploration, weve recently seen much time and money invested into technologies that could allow effective space resource utilisation. And at the forefront of these efforts has been a laser-sharp...

Space Science Series

A new era of planetary exploration: what we discovered on the far side of the Moon

Nov 13, 2021 07:34 am UTC| Science

Seven months after it was launched, the US robotic rover Perseverance successfully landed on Mars on February 18 2021. The landing was part of the mission Mars2020 and was viewed live by millions of people worldwide,...

Space Science Series

Perseverance’s first major successes on Mars – an update from mission scientists

Oct 09, 2021 08:13 am UTC| Science

In the short time since NASAs Perseverance rover landed in Mars Jezero Crater on Feb. 18, 2021, its already made history. At the moment, Mars and the Earth are on opposite sides of the Sun, and the two planets cannot...

Space Science Series

Nasa has just rejected missions to moons of Jupiter and Neptune – here's what we would have found out

Jun 07, 2021 23:45 pm UTC| Science

Its been 30 years since Nasa last visited Venus, with the Magellan orbiter in 1990. Now, two new missions have been selected to explore the deadly atmosphere, crushing pressures and volcanic landscape. The process dates...

Space Science Series

NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter flight on Mars opens up new frontiers in space exploration

Apr 22, 2021 05:41 am UTC| Science

History has been made on Mars: NASAs Ingenuity helicopter just achieved the first powered and controlled flight on another planet. Ingenuity is a small, lightweight, drone-like helicopter that was carried on the...

Space Science Series

As the Perseverance rover lands on Mars, there's a lot we already know about Mars from meteorites found on Earth

Feb 20, 2021 12:10 pm UTC| Science

NASAs Perseverance rover successfully touched down on Mars this morning, and has already begun beaming back images. But people might be surprised to learn there have been another 48 missions to the red planet so far. Of...

Space Science Series

SpaceX's Starlink satellites are about to ruin stargazing for everyone

Nov 18, 2020 03:28 am UTC| Science

I walk outside my rural Saskatchewan house before dawn and look up, expecting to have my breath taken away by the sheer number of stars overhead. Im a professional astronomer, but I still appreciate naked-eye stargazing as...

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Economy

McDonald’s Japan’s launches Canadian Maple Custard Pie, Belgian Chocolat Pie, McNuggets Garlic Pepper

McDonalds Japan has added new food items to its menu list, and they are all delectable. Starting from the Canadian Maple Custard Pie to the Belgian Chocolat Pie and Spicy Chicken McNuggets Garlic Pepper, all new items are...

Rio De Janeiro to invest 1% of treasury in cryptocurrency

Rio de Janeiro will invest one percent of its Treasury in cryptocurrencies to turn the city into a cryptocurrency-friendly hub, according to its mayor, Eduardo Paes Other tax incentives will also be applied to achieve...

Burger King Malaysia debuts Japanese Curry Salmon Sandwich

Burger King Malaysia launches a new sandwich that features the flavor of Japan. The fast-food chain is offering the new Japanese Curry Salmon Sandwich to Malaysian customers, and this could be another bold flavor addition...

Nike Jordan golf shoes cause huge commotion in S. Korea as customers lineup to get them first

Nike dropped a limited edition Nike Jordan golf shoes, and it literally caused chaos in South Korea. The sneaker stores across the country where the new item is sold were inundated with fans and shoppers as they wanted to...

Politics

Russia-Ukraine conflict: US official says Moscow looking for 'excuse' to invade

Tensions remain high between Russia, Ukraine, the US, and NATO, along with fears of an invasion. A US official claims the recent cyberattack on Ukraine was Russia looking for a reason to carry out an invasion. Speaking...

Nancy Pelosi's office received calls from Capitol insurrectionists asking for a 'lost and found'

Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was among the lawmakers being targeted by the pro-Trump mob during the January 6 Capitol insurrection. According to Democratic Rep. Jamie Raskin, following the insurrection, the...

Donald Trump attempted to influence Census Bureau for political gain

Over time, more reports have revealed the desperate attempts made by now-former President Donald Trump to gain a political advantage or stay in power leading up to the 2020 elections and beyond. Another such attempt was...

Jovenel Moise assassination: Former Haitian senator apprehended in Jamaica

The investigation into the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moise continues, with authorities bringing in possible suspects. Jamaican authorities recently apprehended a former Haitian senator who is also...

Science

Keio University doctors use iPS-derived cells to treat spinal cord injury

Keio University researchers have successfully transplanted into a patient with a severe spinal cord injury two million neural progenitor cells derived from other peoples iPS cells as part of a clinical study, offering hope...

Virtual moon landing experience offered at Tottori Sand Dunes

Tokyo-based Amulapo, Inc. is offering a tour at the Tottori Sand Dunes for experiencing a simulated landing on the lunar surface for up to 20 participants on Saturday nights until the end of March, during good...

Unilever calls for better plant-based diet through public health strategies

Unilever scientists are prompting public health officials to facilitate the transition to a balanced diet with more diverse nutrient-dense plant foods through consumer education, food fortification, and...

IBS develops photocatalyst that converts carbon dioxide to hydrocarbon

The Institute for Basic Science (IBS) has developed a photocatalyst that converts carbon dioxide into useful hydrocarbon energy. The study was done in collaboration with the Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and...

KEPCO to share CO2 decomposition tech to Korea National Railway

Korea Electric Power Corp. (KEPCO) had signed an agreement for joint use of the sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) decomposition technology with the Korea National Railway as part of efforts to limit carbon dioxide...

Technology

‘WWE 2K22’ covers to feature Rey Mysterio

Long-time fans of WWE and pro wrestling may have more reasons to look forward to WWE 2K22. A new leak claimed both editions of WWE 2K22 will feature the legendary Rey Mysterio on the cover. A couple of images claimed to...

iPad Air 5 is expected to launch with iPhone SE 3 in spring 2022

The first half of 2022 might be a busy one for Apple based on the rumored products to launch in the coming months. The fifth generation of iPad Air is expected to be one of them, and a new report suggests it could be...

iPad Pro 2022 to get MagSafe charging even without an all-glass back panel

Apple might be just a few months away from its first product launch event of the year, where the 2022 iPad Pro series could be unveiled. The upcoming premium tablets are still expected to launch with support for MagSafe...

Samsung could unveil the Galaxy Tab S8 series with the Galaxy S22 phones

Samsung might announce its new lineup of flagship tablets earlier than the usual schedule. A new report speculates that the Galaxy Tab S8 series could be announced at the same Unpacked event where the Galaxy S22 phones are...
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