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*Discovery of a likely source for the famous Wow signal
A new study may have finally narrowed down the likely source of the famous wow signal.
*A Bose-Einstein Condensate created in Earth orbit
NASA says its Cold Atom Lab aboard the International Space Station is opening new windows on some of the fundamental physics of Quantum Mechanics.
*Assembly begins on NASA’s first SLS rocket
NASA has officially started assembly of America’s new SLS Moon rocket. Engineers lowered the first of 10 segments of the giant launch vehicle’s solid rocket boosters into position inside the iconic Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
*Chinese probe lands on Moon to gather lunar samples
China’s Chang'e-5 lunar lander has successfully touched down on the surface of the Moon to collect rocks and soil samples for return to Earth.
*The Science Report
The new Alzheimer’s disease blood test.
New body heat-powered personal devices are on their way.
A new species of carnivorous dinosaur discovered in Argentina.
New study shows snappers can live for over 80 years.
Alex on Tech: The rise of Gigabit Internet.
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