A three-person crew embarked for the International Space Station just three days shy of the 60th anniversary of the first human spaceflight. Oleg Novitskiy, Pyotr Dubrov and Mark Vande Hei lifted off on Soyuz MS-18, named the "Yu.A. Gagarin."
They'll be looming large and bright in the sky - let's pray for no clouds
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US researchers have unveiled a significant upgrade to the CRISPR gene editing system, which, unlike its predecessor, can target specific genes with high precision and make completely reversible changes.
When human’s very ancient ancestors took their first steps out of Africa, some 3 million years ago, their brains looked more like those of great apes. A new study says our big brains developed only some 400,000 years later.
With the completion of another single-engine RS-25 development test, Aerojet Rocketdyne is now refurbishing five…
Sub-atomic particles called “muons” don’t behave in accordance with laws of physics, and a new so-called “force” could lend an explanation.
Early humans headed deep into the caves to “maintain their connectedness with the cosmos”
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