Perseverance Mars Rover Finds Exciting Organics in Ancient River Delta

The Perseverance rover has been exploring Jezero Crater since it arrived on Mars in early 2021. It made its way across the floor of the crater until this summer when it arrived at the river delta, which was NASA’s reason for visiting Jezero in the first place. That decision appears to be paying off. NASA […]

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How to Reduce Your Screen Time Without Apps, According to Reddit

There are loads of features that help report your screen time, but just like knowing how often you exceed volume recommendations, knowledge isn’t really enough. Here are some tips from Redditors about how to reduce the amount of time you spend on your phone, none of which involve downloading more apps. Divide your phone use […]

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Scientists believe they have solved one of the oldest mysteries in the universe

Researchers propose using the universe itself as a laboratory to solve one of the biggest mysteries of the cosmos. One of the main mysteries of the Universe is that at the moment of the Big Bang there were two forms of matter: ordinary matter and antimatter. But these two forms destroy each other when they […]

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Audi R8 Successor Ditching Lambo And Using Porsche For Key Infrastructure

First introduced in 2007, the Audi R8 breathed new life into the premium automaker and provided the brand with a much-needed halo car. Now with the second generation nearing the end of its life, Ingolstadt is readying a successor to take the place of the mid-engined supercar. We’ve known for some time that an all-electric […]

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Sailing: New Zealand continue red-hot SailGP form at Saint-Tropez with two wins

Peter Burling and Blair Tuke have extended their run of SailGP form to the south coast of France, powering New Zealand to another regatta lead after the opening day at Saint-Tropez. But trans-Tasman relations have taken a hit, with championship leaders Australia suffering damage to their boat, as they crashed near the finish of the […]

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Double rainbow over Buckingham Palace after death of Queen Elizabeth II: A ‘lasting symbol’

Queen Elizabeth II, England’s longest-reigning British monarch, died Thursday at Balmoral Castle, her country estate in Scotland. As people gathered around Buckingham Palace to grieve, a beautiful double rainbow appeared in the sky. “What an inspiring backdrop for a worldwide and difficult time of mourning and loss,” Pastor Jesse Bradley, leader of Grace Community Church […]

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A Gigantic Solar Eruption Just Emerged From The Far Side of The Sun

The Sun has been up to some pretty intense shenanigans lately, but a recent eruption on the far side looks to be absolute science gold. On the evening of September 5 GMT, an enormous coronal mass ejection (CME) was recorded exploding on the far side of the Sun, sending a radiation storm out across the […]

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A first look at how Melania Trump decorated White House’s private rooms

During her husband’s four years in office, Melania Trump and her interior designer, Tham Kannalikham, declined interview and photography requests about the decorating of the second-floor rooms and private quarters of the White House. But photos in the new 60th anniversary edition of “The White House: An Historic Guide” reveal that there was a whole […]

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How to make a big splash with a small garden

When it comes to creating a beautiful garden, size doesn’t matter. You can make big dreams happen in a small space with the right plant choices, artful design and just a little creativity. We asked three experts how you can transform a bantam-size backyard, a mini-garden or a strip of side yard into an expansive-feeling […]

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NASA to replace seal on leaky Artemis 1 moon rocket at the launch pad

It’s still unclear if the agency will roll the Artemis 1 stack off the pad before its next liftoff attempt. NASA’s Artemis 1 moon rocket is staying at the launch pad, at least for now. Artemis 1 will use NASA’s new Space Launch System (SLS) megarocket to send an uncrewed Orion capsule to lunar orbit […]

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