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  1. After 9 months in space, mouse sperm yield healthy mice

    Blogs.abcnews.com - Technology 05.23 / 11:53 blogs.abcnews.com
    After nine months in space, freeze-dried mouse sperm has yielded healthy…
  2. Wolves Need Space to Roam to Control Expanding Coyote Populations

    Newswise.com - Science 05.23 / 11:31 newswise.com
    Wolves and other top predators need large ranges to be able to control smaller predators whose populations have expanded, according to a study appearing May 23 in Nature Communications. The results were similar across three continents, showing that as top predators' ranges were cut back and fragmented, they were no longer able to control smaller…
  3. Coach Plays With ’70s Space Vibes for NASA-Themed Pre-Fall Collection

    Highsnobiety.com -Fashion 05.23 / 11:14 www.highsnobiety.com
    Brand: Coach Season: Pre-Fall 2017 Key Pieces: The black varsity jacket complete with NASA patches, or any of the C210 sneakers. Editor’s Notes: Space is definitely having a moment in the fashion world. Chanel recently launched an actual rocket, and now Coach has released an entire space-themed pre-fall capsule collection. According to the brand, the line was inspired by [R…
  4. Detecting Life In Space: The Red Edge

    Wcqs.org - North Carolina (NC) 05.23 / 10:44 wcqs.org
    The universe's "most interesting star" just started acting up again. Known as KIC 8462852 , or the WTF star (for "Where's The Flux"), this sun became famous a few years ago for its strange short-lived dips in light output. Its behavior was weird enough that astronomers added "alien megastructures" to the long list of possible explanations for WTF star's changes in brightness. My twitter feed was lighting up this weekend as WTF star started, once again, to show a pronounced diminution. The…
  5. Dubai space centre wins with first 'Passive House' for hot climates

    Thenational.ae - Business 05.23 / 10:41 thenational.ae
    The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre's ultra-green living space designed specifically for hot and humid climates has beaten off foreign competition from across…
  6. NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope Gathers Data Of TRAPPIST-1 System’s Outermost Planet

    The Kepler telescope is gathering data of the dwarf star’s outermost planet, T…
  7. Satellite Odyssey: How ISRO is racing ahead of other global space agencies

    Idrw.org - Military 05.23 / 10:18 idrw.org
    SOURCE: DNA INDIA Oh! How the tables turn! Over two decades back, the then US President George Bush had imposed sanctions on Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), with an intent to prevent any exchange on technological know-how between India and Russia. Now, NASA is collaborating with ISRO to produce the most expensive earth imaging satellite. […] The post Satellite Odyssey: How ISRO is racing ahead of other global space agencies appeared first on Indian Defence Research…
  8. New McDonald’s and retail space to take place of old Waialae Bowl

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 05.23 / 10:10 staradvertiser.com
    A more than 50-year-old building next to Kahala Mall that includes a McDonald’s and a long-closed bowling alley is set to be torn down next month to make way for a new store for the fast-food chain and some smaller…
  9. Naked Singularity Could Exist In Three-Dimensional Space

    The existence of "naked singularities" is predicted to have existed in the 3D universe as previously thought to be at the center of black holes and hidden from…
  10. Detecting Life In Space: The Red Edge

    Nhpr.org-NH 05.23 / 09:17 nhpr.org
    The universe's "most interesting star" just started acting up again. Known as KIC 8462852 , or the WTF star (for "Where's The Flux"), this sun became famous a few years ago for its strange short-lived dips in light output. Its behavior was weird enough that astronomers added "alien megastructures" to the long list of possible explanations for WTF star's changes in brightness. My twitter feed was lighting up this weekend as WTF star started, once again, to show a pronounced diminution. The…
  11. Wolves need space to roam to control expanding coyote populations

    Phys.org -Science news 05.23 / 09:14 phys.org
    Wolves and other top predators need large ranges to be able to control smaller predators whose populations have expanded to the detriment of a balanced…
  12. Detecting Life In Space: The Red Edge

    Wbaa.org - Medecine 05.23 / 08:54 wbaa.org
    The universe's "most interesting star" just started acting up again. Known as KIC 8462852 , or the WTF star (for "Where's The Flux"), this sun became famous a few years ago for its strange short-lived dips in light output. Its behavior was weird enough that astronomers added "alien megastructures" to the long list of possible explanations for WTF star's changes in brightness. My twitter feed was lighting up this weekend as WTF star started, once again, to show a pronounced diminution. The…
  13. Femology Co-working Space Plans to Help Women-Owned Businesses Thrive

    Blackenterprise.com - Business 05.23 / 08:27 blackenterprise.com
    Meagan Ward (Image: creativelyflawless.com)   When Meagan Ward, founder and CEO of Creatively Flawless, met…
  14. Valve hired the team behind 'Kerbal Space Program'

    Engadget - News 05.23 / 08:21 engadget.com
    Worried that Valve's recent departures mark an end to conventional game development at the Half-Life studio? You might have a glimmer of hope. Valve has confirmed that it hired the team at Squad, better known as the creators of the shipbuilding hit…
  15. Detecting Life In Space: The Red Edge

    Wvasfm.org - Arizona (AZ) 05.23 / 08:03 wvasfm.org
    The universe's "most interesting star" just started acting up again. Known as KIC 8462852 , or the WTF star (for "Where's The Flux"), this sun became famous a few years ago for its strange short-lived dips in light output. Its behavior was weird enough that astronomers added "alien megastructures" to the long list of possible explanations for WTF star's changes in brightness. My twitter feed was lighting up this weekend as WTF star started, once again, to show a pronounced diminution. The…
  16. NASA plans emergency spacewalk on International Space Station

    Tribune.com.pk - Pakistan 05.23 / 07:53 tribune.com.pk
    A pair of astronauts will venture outside the International Space Station to replace a failed computer The post NASA plans emergency spacewalk on International Space Station appeared first on The Express…
  17. Alien: Covenant: In Space No One Can Hear You Philosophize

    Browardpalmbeach.com - Palm Beach 05.23 / 07:45 browardpalmbeach.com
    If nothing else, Alien: Covenant is the most ambitious Alien film ever made. It’s almost as if Ridley Scott, foiled in his recent attempts at biblical epics, metaphysical dramas and thorny psychosexual thrillers, decided to revisit those genres under cover of a prized franchise sequel. That’s not to suggest…
  18. Tata Tigor first drive review: One of the most smart-looking sedans in the sub-4 meter space

    Tech.firstpost.com - Technology 05.23 / 07:04 tech.firstpost.com
    A quick look at the new sub-4 meter sedan from Tata. The post Tata Tigor first drive review: One of the most smart-looking sedans in the sub-4 meter space appeared first on…
  19. Watch NASA astronauts take on a quick but crucial spacewalk at the space station

    Geekwire.com - Technology 05.23 / 06:36 geekwire.com
    NASA astronauts Peggy Whitson and Jack Fischer are due to head out from the International Space Station on Tuesday for a 2.5-hour-long quickie spacewalk aimed at fixing a serious computer problem. The duo will replace a critical computer relay box, known as a multiplexer-demultiplexer or MDM. The box is one of two MDMs that regulate the operation of its radiators, solar arrays and cooling loops. One of the MDMs failed on Saturday, but because each box can handle all essential functions, …
  20. Deshler project opens up space, possibilities

    Timesdaily.com - Local 05.23 / 06:29 www.timesdaily.com
    TUSCUMBIA — Students and faculty at Deshler High have received a hint of the offerings some new classrooms will provide when the 2017-18 academic year comes around in A…