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Science: Mint - astronaut - celebrating - coins - poet
Writer and poet Maya Angelou and astronaut Sally Ride, the first American woman to fly in space, are the first women who…
Writer and poet Maya Angelou and astronaut Sally Ride, the first American woman to fly in space, are the first women who will appear on a series of quarters to be issued by the U.S. Mint over the next four...
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Science: SARS-CoV- - embracing - pretend
…catastrophic consequences of rejecting science or embracing pretend science.
The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has exposed the catastrophic consequences of rejecting science or embracing pretend science.
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Science: Alan Mercury - Blue Origin - Shepard - Bezos - 60th
Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin is opening ticket sales for short space hops from Texas launched by a rocket named New Shepard.
Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin is opening ticket sales for short space hops from Texas launched by a rocket named New Shepard. Details expected Wednesday, the 60th anniversary of Alan Shepard’s Mercury flight. Others are also hoping to lure space tourists.
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Science: Jet Propulsion Laboratory - Mars Ingenuity
…Ingenuity was set to soar on its fifth test flight.
NASA is sharing sounds of its little helicopter humming through the thin Martian air. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California released a first-ever audio Friday, just before Ingenuity was set to soar on its fifth test flight.
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Politics: Hainan Province - discarded - March 5B - module
BEIJING — The largest section of the rocket that launched…
BEIJING — The largest section of the rocket that launched the main module of China's first permanent space station into orbit is expected to plunge back to Earth as early as Saturday at an unknown location. Usually, discarded rocket...
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Science: Perseverance - Ingenuity - experiment
…which stood watch more than 200 feet away.
Flight controllers in California confirmed Ingenuity’s brief hop after receiving data via the Perseverance rover, which stood watch more than 200 feet away.
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Science: Heather Ware - footprint - Chatham
…Shark Center footprint ahead of a busy summer on the Cape.
The Atlantic White Shark Conservancy is expanding its Shark Center footprint ahead of a busy summer on the Cape.
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Science: Anthony Fauci - National Review - Washington Times
…More than a year ago, Americans welcomed Anthony Fauci into their homes as a…
On April 13, the editors of National Review opined: “More than a year ago, Americans welcomed Anthony Fauci into their homes as a sober scientist who was helping them make sense of a deadly new virus. But he has worn out that welcome.”
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Science: The Starship - Elon Musk - future - CANAVERAL
…Musk intends to use to land astronauts on the moon and send people to Mars....
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — SpaceX launched and successfully landed its futuristic Starship on Wednesday, finally nailing a test flight of the rocketship that Elon Musk intends to use to land astronauts on the moon and send people to Mars....
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Science: Janet Loehrke - Doyle Rice - USA TODAY
…back to Earth and is expected to hit sometime Saturday.
A section of a large Chinese rocket is falling back to Earth and is expected to hit sometime Saturday. Where will it land?
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Science: DEP Secretary Noah Valenstein - Tampa Bay
…u00a0of gallons of wastewater into Tampa Bay.
Fears of a breach at the former Piney Point facility caused evacuations and the disposal of millions\u00a0of gallons of wastewater into Tampa Bay.
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Science: seemingly - thread
…see a culture war fought\u00a0in seemingly every post and thread.
When Americans log onto social media, they see a culture war fought\u00a0in seemingly every post and thread.
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Science: Western Washington - West Coast - Jonathon McDowell
Sixty Starlink satellites went into orbit Tuesday.
Sixty Starlink satellites went into orbit Tuesday. You might have seen them light up the night sky when they reached the West Coast around 9:30 p.m. And yes, Washington residents are among the nation's most captivated with celestial events.
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Science: SpaceX Falcon - Cape Canaveral - capsule - Dragon
…less than a year for Elon Musk’s rapidly expanding company.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — SpaceX launched four astronauts toward orbit Friday using a recycled rocket and capsule, the third crew flight in less than a year for Elon Musk’s rapidly expanding company.
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Pandemic Problems - reader - asks - explain
In this week's Pandemic Problems column, a reader asks how…
In this week's Pandemic Problems column, a reader asks how to explain mRNA vaccines to a worried family member
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Politics: Marine Corps - scouting - screening - shifting
Berger has revealed plans for shifting the Corps’ mission to prepare for…
Marine Corps Commandant Gen. David H. Berger has revealed plans for shifting the Corps’ mission to prepare for a future conflict with China: scouting and screening operations.
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Politics: Charles Lieber - Moakley - Leiber - Courthouse
More than 500 federally funded scientists are under investigation for…
More than 500 federally funded scientists are under investigation for being compromised by China and other foreign powers, the National Institutes of Health revealed Thursday.
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Sirachai Arunrugstichai - gorgonian - emit - reefs
New research suggests corals have genes…
New research suggests corals have genes to receive and emit sound
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Science: Langley Research - Washington Times - capsule
…returning to the moon with a female astronaut.
NASA on Tuesday appeared to successfully conduct a key water landing test on a model of its Orion spacecraft as part of the Artemis mission’s goal of returning to the moon with a female astronaut.
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Science: meteorologist - re-entry - meteorite - fulltime
…pieces that fell on eastern Washington.
A NOAA meteorologist, a software geek and a fulltime meteorite hunter together tracked the debris from a SpaceX rocket re-entry that went awry March 25, and located large pieces that fell on eastern Washington.
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Eductaion: Go Viral - misinformation - psychologists - pandemic
…social distancing and vaccines.
As the world struggles to break the grip of COVID-19, psychologists and misinformation experts are studying why the pandemic spawned so many conspiracy theories, which have led people to eschew masks, social distancing and vaccines.
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Planet Labs - centrifuges - grid - electrical
…tattered atomic accord with world powers.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Iran’s underground Natanz nuclear facility lost power Sunday just hours after starting up new advanced centrifuges capable of enriching uranium faster, the latest incident to strike the site amid negotiations over the tattered atomic accord with world powers.
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Science: diversifying - CANAVERAL - tackling - hedging
…but hedging on whether the U.S.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — NASA’s new administrator is big on tackling climate and diversifying the agency’s workforce, but hedging on whether the U.S. can put astronauts on the …
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Science: Jeff Blue - New Shepard - website
…winning bid will be donated to Blue Origin's foundation, Club for the...
The company plans to auction off one seat on its New Shepard rocket for the summer mission, according to information posted on its website. The money from the winning bid will be donated to Blue Origin's foundation, Club for the...
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Science: Glynn Jr - guiding - onboard - Apollo - spacecraft
…their spacecraft was rocked by an explosion en route to the moon, and for helping guide them home.
He was hailed for leading the rescue of Apollo 13 astronauts when their spacecraft was rocked by an explosion en route to the moon, and for helping guide them home.
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Hawaiian Islands - volcano - existence
A team of researchers from Australia have confirmed the existence of what they're calling the Earth's \
A team of researchers from Australia have confirmed the existence of what they're calling the Earth's \
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Science: Where else can we go - centuries-old - 10-year
…Where else can we go?” said one man.
As Syria’s 10-year civil war has displaced millions of people, families have sought refuge behind the walls of dozens of ancient villages sprinkled across the country’s northwest. It threatens the sites, but, “Where else can we go?” said one man.
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Science: 300-million-year-old - New Mexico Museum - chompers
…year-old shark’s teeth were the first sign that…
SANTA FE, N.M. — The 300-million-year-old shark’s teeth were the first sign that it might be a distinct species.
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Hajira - SANA - airstrike - rubble
Explosions were reported in central Israel.
Explosions were reported in central Israel.
…burn\u00a0fire between 66 and 100 million\u00a0years ago, scientists say. (Pixabay)Usatoday
Science: Grand Staircase-Escalante National - Utah Bureau
The pack of four, possibly five, T. rexes likely died in a seasonal flood after a slow-burn\u00a0fire between 66 and…
The pack of four, possibly five, T. rexes likely died in a seasonal flood after a slow-burn\u00a0fire between 66 and 100 million\u00a0years ago, scientists say.
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Science: Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge - artifacts
…found numerous artifacts dating to the 1800s.
The homesite of Ben Ross was found on property acquired last year by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as an addition to Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge in Maryland. Archaeologists found numerous artifacts dating to the 1800s.
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Crime: Planet Labs - La Soufriere - Caribbean
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Science: Associated Press - decommissioned - collapsing
…spreading radioactive contamination into the air.
The U.S. Department of Energy has confirmed that two underground structures at the decommissioned Hanford nuclear reservation have been stabilized after they were deemed at risk of collapsing and spreading radioactive contamination into the air.
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Science: powered - planet
NASA makes history with the first flight of a powered aircraft on another planet, Mars.
NASA makes history with the first flight of a powered aircraft on another planet, Mars.
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Adobe co-founders to receive national science award
Adobe co-founders to receive national science award
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Crime: Megan Severson - Wisconsin - habits - awareness
…positive impact on you and the environment.
This Earth Day, learn a few new habits you can adopt into your everyday life that will have a positive impact on you and the environment.
…Egypt (archive) since the tomb of the boy king Tutankhamen, an archaeological mission said Thursday. Marc RyckaertSeattletimes
Science: archaeological - Tutankhamen - outstretched - Luxor
…archaeological mission said Thursday.
A 3,000-year-old lost golden city has been unearthed in the southern city of Luxor, a discovery that could be the most significant find in Egypt since the tomb of the boy king Tutankhamen, an archaeological mission said Thursday.
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Science: Chanda Prescod-Weinstein - contemplates - exclusionary
…exclusionary culture of physics.
In “The Disordered Cosmos,” Chanda Prescod-Weinstein contemplates the exclusionary culture of physics.
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Science: CANAVERAL - Ingenuity - achieving - experiment
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — NASA’s experimental helicopter Ingenuity rose into the thin air above the dusty red surface of…
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — NASA’s experimental helicopter Ingenuity rose into the thin air above the dusty red surface of Mars on Monday, achieving the first powered flight by an aircr…
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Politics: very rapid - complicating - SolarWinds - hack
…Strategic Command told Congress on Wednesday.
China’s military is engaged in a “very rapid” expansion of nuclear forces, which threatens U.S. security and is complicating efforts to deter both Russia as well as China, the commander of the Strategic Command told Congress on Wednesday.
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Science: tritium - quantities - fishermen - wrecked
…from local fishermen and nearby countries....
TOKYO — The Japanese government said Tuesday it had decided to release into the sea more than 1 million tons of water that has collected at the wrecked Fukushima nuclear power plant, despite opposition from local fishermen and nearby countries....
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Politics: Secretary Lloyd Austin - Washington Times
The apparent cyberattack that temporarily shut down…
The apparent cyberattack that temporarily shut down power at Iran’s top uranium enrichment facility over the weekend will not derail the Biden administration’s hopes to restart talks with Tehran on reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, U.S.
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Science: Martian Ingenuity - 990-pound - dwarfs - Titan
…pound rotorcraft that dwarfs the Martian Ingenuity 'copter is…
An enormous, 990-pound rotorcraft that dwarfs the Martian Ingenuity 'copter is slated to fly around Titan later this decade
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Science: Washington Times - Hugh Hefner - groesch
Perhaps the porn magnate will be allowed a spritzer of hot vinegar.
Somewhere in the pits of Hades, Playboy founder Hugh Hefner probably is celebrating as best he can. Perhaps the porn magnate will be allowed a spritzer of hot vinegar.
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geological - highpoint - lockdown - CO2 - emissions
Despite the lockdown resulting in a slight reduction in emissions, Earth is now at a…
Despite the lockdown resulting in a slight reduction in emissions, Earth is now at a geological highpoint for CO2
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Culture: what counts as infrastructure - President Biden
We need to talk together — across the political aisle and between the public and private sectors.
We need to talk together — across the political aisle and between the public and private sectors.
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star-driven - stunning - comedy - inquiry - cede
What began as star-driven comedy ends with a stunning inquiry…
What began as star-driven comedy ends with a stunning inquiry of what we're willing to cede for privacy & freedom
Temperatures are forecast to reach highs of 72 on Thursday, 75 on Friday and 77 to 80 degrees on… (Navicore)Seattletimes
Science: 70-degree - celestial - wonders
Temperatures are forecast to reach highs of 72 on Thursday, 75 on Friday and 77 to 80…
Temperatures are forecast to reach highs of 72 on Thursday, 75 on Friday and 77 to 80 degrees on Saturday and Sunday.
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warp-speed - John Minasian - 24-year-old - fathom
…speed endeavors have little on this one. It’s hard to fathom how fast the fair’s signature...
Sixty years ago, ground was broken for the Space Needle. A year later, the Seattle World’s Fair opened, and so did the Needle. Today’s warp-speed endeavors have little on this one. It’s hard to fathom how fast the fair’s signature...
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Michelle Nijhuis - Beloved Beasts - Plains Bison
Michelle Nijhuis traces the evolution of modern efforts to protect threatened…
Michelle Nijhuis traces the evolution of modern efforts to protect threatened species in Beloved Beasts
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Science: Friday For Future Movement - green-minded - poster
The green-minded Green Party has a message for President Biden on Earth Day, which is Thursday.
The green-minded Green Party has a message for President Biden on Earth Day, which is Thursday.
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Science: Chief Designer Franz - Holzhausen - straubel
Timeline: Elon Musk’s accomplishments
Timeline: Elon Musk’s accomplishments
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Science: Environmental Protection - Biden EPA - reaffirming
When Biden EPA chief Michael Regan arrived at the Environmental…
When Biden EPA chief Michael Regan arrived at the Environmental Protection Agency, he sent agency staff an email reaffirming his commitment to “scientific integrity as a core value at EPA.”
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Science: electro-magnetic - Benjamin Franklin - horrific
…magnetic pulse and, should such an event occur, the consequences would be horrific.
The fact is that America’s electric power grid and much of its critical infrastructure today is totally vulnerable to an electro-magnetic pulse and, should such an event occur, the consequences would be horrific.
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Science: miniature - planet - seeks
NASA has again delayed its first flight on another planet as it seeks to fix technical issues…
NASA has again delayed its first flight on another planet as it seeks to fix technical issues in the Ingenuity miniature helicopter, the U.S. space agency said Saturday. The first flight of Ingenuity — which arrived on Mars on board...
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Science: Clemente Biomechanics - 90-degree - vertical - X
…but sticking to and traveling up 90-degree surfaces presents unique challenges.
Researchers have created a robotic lizard that can scale vertical walls just like the actual animal. Robots have been able to climb stairs and travel up hills for years, but sticking to and traveling up 90-degree surfaces presents unique challenges.
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News: Collins Boulevard - teaming - transformation - 1302
The University of Texas at Dallas is teaming up with the City of Richardson on what is hoped to be a transformational…
The University of Texas at Dallas is teaming up with the City of Richardson on what is hoped to be a transformational project. The planned development will...
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Science: Jeff Bezos - Because Starship - lunar - reusable
The contract represents something of a triumph for Musk in the battle of space billionaires. One of the competitors for…
The contract represents something of a triumph for Musk in the battle of space billionaires. One of the competitors for the NASA lunar contract was Blue Origin, created by Jeff Bezos of Amazon.
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Science: Standard Model - particle - upend
A particle physics experiment could upend the Standard Model of physics. But some physicists think it…
A particle physics experiment could upend the Standard Model of physics. But some physicists think it may be a fluke. Here's why
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Science: New Shepard - West Texas - disembarking - liftoff
It was the second time this year that the rocket had launched successfully as Blue Origin prepares for what it hopes one…
It was the second time this year that the rocket had launched successfully as Blue Origin prepares for what it hopes one day will be missions carrying paying passengers. Blue Origin was founded by Amazon's Jeff Bezos.
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Liberation Army - road-mobile - ballistic - DF
…according to a Pentagon intelligence report.
Deployment of China’s new DF-26 intermediate-range missile, dubbed the “Guam killer” by Beijing, has rapidly expanded over the past year, according to a Pentagon intelligence report.
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Crime: Iranian Foreign Ministry - President Donald Trump
…deal unilaterally in 2018 under President Donald Trump.
Washington pulled out of the deal unilaterally in 2018 under President Donald Trump.
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Science: illogical - consuming
…there may be an evolutionary reason that humans…
Illogical as it might seem, there may be an evolutionary reason that humans love consuming fiction
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Science: deterrents - reveals - Australian Shark Attack File
…a new study on shark bites reveals.
Beachgoers wearing electronic technology while in the water could potentially save their lives, a new study on shark bites reveals.
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Shimon Peres Negev - Planet Labs Inc - long-secretive
…town that is home to the country’s secretive nuclear reactor.
JERUSALEM — The Israeli military said air raid sirens sounded early Thursday near Dimona, the desert town that is home to the country’s secretive nuclear reactor.
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Science: whenever - fiction - assess
…these tips will help you assess whether…
Whenever you hear about a new bit of science news, these tips will help you assess whether it's fact or fiction
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Science: Ontario-based Oxford Property Group - 10-story
In a $119 million deal, Ontario-based Oxford Property Group bought a 10-story office building in South Lake Union with…
In a $119 million deal, Ontario-based Oxford Property Group bought a 10-story office building in South Lake Union with plans to convert it into lab space for “innovators, creators, scientists and more.”
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Jason Wambsgans - Chicago Tribune - Ben Soloway
Quantum technology is starting to seep out of academic labs and into the real world.
Quantum technology is starting to seep out of academic labs and into the real world. The technology seeks to harness the peculiar laws of quantum mechanics to build more powerful tools for processing information.
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typing - microphone - keyboard - dictation - tool
…moment or do more things with less effort.
A virtual assistant is just one tool that lets you use your voice to share your thoughts, capture a moment or do more things with less effort. Here’s how to get things done with more talking and less typing.
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6-foot-5 - nimbleness - blueline - skate
…Anthony Mantha brings physicality to the…
At 6-foot-5, Anthony Mantha brings physicality to the Capitals’ forward line. But he also has a nimbleness that he showed to skate across the blueline, as well as a rocket of a shot.
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News: COVID-friendly
…friendly thing for families to do.
The drive-through adventure is a COVID-friendly thing for families to do.
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Politics: Planet Labs - centrifuges - grid
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Iran on Monday blamed Israel for a sabotage attack on its underground Natanz nuclear…
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Iran on Monday blamed Israel for a sabotage attack on its underground Natanz nuclear facility that damaged the centrifuges it uses to enrich uranium there, warning that it would avenge the assault.
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Science: Perseverance - NASA’s Ingenuity - depicts
How a rare area of bipartisan agreement could help NASA's bottom line
How a rare area of bipartisan agreement could help NASA's bottom line
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United Arab Emirates - purity - Natanz - Araghchi
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Iran will begin enriching uranium to 60% purity, higher than the program ever has before,…
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Iran will begin enriching uranium to 60% purity, higher than the program ever has before, after an attack on its Natanz nuclear facility, an Iranian nuclear negotiator said Tuesday.
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Science: meters - 16-25 - predawn
…year's first supermoon follows on April 26.
The Lyrid meteor shower is active from April 16-25 each year, peaking in the predawn hours April 22. The year's first supermoon follows on April 26.
Sian Proctor and Chris Sembroski were selected to fly on SpaceX (archive)'s all-civilian Inspiration 4… NASAUsatoday
Science: Chris Sembroski - Proctor - Inspiration
Sian Proctor and Chris Sembroski were…
Sian Proctor and Chris Sembroski were selected to fly on SpaceX's all-civilian Inspiration 4 mission launching from Florida later this year.
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Salon - illustration - genetic
Some Indigenous communities in South…
Some Indigenous communities in South America share genetic ties with Indigenous communities from Australia
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Science: supercomputer - Biden - curbs - determination
technology for its supercomputer developers and said sanctions…
BEIJING — China's government on Friday criticized the Biden administration's curbs on access to U.S. technology for its supercomputer developers and said sanctions only strengthen China's determination” to invent its own.
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Yuri Gagarin - comrades - Goodbye - Crushed
…Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin saw flames outside his spacecraft…
MOSCOW — Crushed into the pilot's seat by heavy G-forces, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin saw flames outside his spacecraft and prepared to die.
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Science: Perseverance Mars - Robert Hogg - Ingenuity - robotic
NASA's plan to launch the Ingenuity on Sunday has been…
NASA's plan to launch the Ingenuity on Sunday has been decades in the making, says Robert Hogg, the deputy surface mission manager for the Mars 2020 program.
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Science: stellar - pitchers
Brewers starting pitchers have allowed just one hit four times, yet the team is only 2-2 in those games because of a lack of run production.
Brewers starting pitchers have allowed just one hit four times, yet the team is only 2-2 in those games because of a lack of run production.
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Science: USA TODAY Network - Cincinnati Enquirer - depths
…make two dives to the deepest part of the ocean – each one to depths of more than 35,000 feet.
A businessman and entrepreneur is scheduled to make two dives to the deepest part of the ocean – each one to depths of more than 35,000 feet.
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Perseverance - undocking - illustration - preps
After undocking from the Perseverance rover, Ingenuity preps for its first test flight
After undocking from the Perseverance rover, Ingenuity preps for its first test flight
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Politics: United States - foundering - delicate - vienna
VIENNA — Officials from five world powers began a new effort Tuesday to try to bring the United States back into the…
VIENNA — Officials from five world powers began a new effort Tuesday to try to bring the United States back into the foundering 2015 nuclear deal they signed with Iran, a delicate diplomatic dance that needs to balance the...
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Science: behind-the-scenes - biochemistry - coronavirus
Behind some of The Times’s vital journalism on…
Behind some of The Times’s vital journalism on the coronavirus is a reporter who speaks seven languages, holds a master’s degree in biochemistry and, OK, has a weakness for “Bridgerton.”
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Science: rebirth - ingredients - celebrate - kitchen
…eggs make a fun and festive way to celebrate.
Using ingredients straight from your kitchen, these dyed Easter eggs make a fun and festive way to celebrate.
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Science: Los Angeles International Airport - Inglewood
LOS ANGELES — A 4.0 magnitude earthquake gave the Los Angeles area a jolt before dawn Monday.
LOS ANGELES — A 4.0 magnitude earthquake gave the Los Angeles area a jolt before dawn Monday.
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Science: vaccinated - COVID - mask
Paul argues against mask recommendations for people who have had COVID or have been…
Paul argues against mask recommendations for people who have had COVID or have been vaccinated against it
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Science: sanitized - protocols - tracing - experiencing
The downtown museum will remain closed through April 2 after an employee who worked in the building tested positive.
The downtown museum will remain closed through April 2 after an employee who worked in the building tested positive.
Science: long-standing - warnings - infrastructure - rely
…Service's technology infrastructure, which is struggling to keep up with the demand for information.
A major, systemwide internet failure Tuesday morning was just the latest example of systemic, long-standing issues with the National Weather Service's technology infrastructure, which is struggling to keep up with the demand for information.
Science: West Chester University - 13-year-old - provost
The CDC and WHO have both said handling food that has the COVIID-19 virus is not the main way the virus is spread
The CDC and WHO have both said handling food that has the COVIID-19 virus is not the main way the virus is spread