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25-03-19 (18:35)   Defying Laws of Nature, Scientists Force 'Supercrystals' Into Existence (Live Science)
25-03-19 (18:32)   $35 billion in research funding "now at stake" after Trump executive order (Ars Technica)
25-03-19 (18:04)   FAA 'Tentatively' Approves Software Update For The Grounded Boeing 737 Max 8 (Popular Mechanics)
25-03-19 (18:04)   Beneath Earth's Crust, Hot Rocks Creep As Oceanic Plates Plunge Toward the Core (Live Science)
25-03-19 (18:04)   Are Aliens Ignoring Us? Maybe We're Already Their Captives in a 'Galactic Zoo' (Live Science)
25-03-19 (18:04)   Who Was Pontius Pilate? (Live Science)
25-03-19 (17:50)   How the Brain Links Gestures, Perception and Meaning (Quanta Magazine)
25-03-19 (17:47)   The Great Big Youth ATV Test (Popular Mechanics)
25-03-19 (17:47)   Massive Ebola outbreak continues to rage; case count surpasses 1,000 (Ars Technica)
25-03-19 (16:18)   Here's What an F1 Tire Is Made Of (Popular Mechanics)
25-03-19 (16:04)   Keep on Chasing the Northern Lights (Popular Mechanics)
25-03-19 (15:53)   The largest asteroid impact since Chelyabinsk exploded harmlessly over Bering Sea (Syfy Wire)
25-03-19 (15:39)   Wearable tech at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry (Blooloop)
25-03-19 (15:01)   For just the fourth time, a tropical cyclone forms in the Southern Atlantic (Ars Technica)
25-03-19 (13:32)   Shipwreck on Nile vindicates Greek historian's account after 2,500 years (Ars Technica)
25-03-19 (13:23)   How Filmmakers Created Fake Newsreels in the 1920s (Gizmodo)
25-03-19 (13:05)   NASA's Fermi clocks Galactic Speedster Pulsar (SlashGear)
25-03-19 (12:25)   Chandrayaan 2 to Carry NASA Science Probe (Gadgets 360)
25-03-19 (11:50)   Researchers Gave People Synthetic Pot. Here's What Happened. (Live Science)
25-03-19 (11:50)   'Unseen' Meteor That Exploded Over Bering Sea Caught on Camera After All (Live Science)
25-03-19 (11:14)   What Happens When a Jury Grapples With Perplexing Science (WIRED)
25-03-19 (01:12)   NASA, ESA will study how artificial gravity can keep astronauts healthy (Engadget)
24-03-19 (23:07)   Objects in Space 3/24/19: Carry on, my wayward son (Syfy Wire)
24-03-19 (21:12)   'Cannonball' pulsar points to the supernova that formed it (Engadget)
24-03-19 (17:32)   The soldier who removed his own bladder stone, and other medical history marvels (Ars Technica)
24-03-19 (17:21)   Distant, Cold Space Rock Had 'Frankenstein' Beginnings (Live Science)
24-03-19 (17:21)   Why Do Medicines Have Expiration Dates? (Live Science)
24-03-19 (15:06)   Space Junkies PSVR open beta shows promise, shame about the control scheme (Eurogamer.net)
24-03-19 (13:04)   Things Come Apart: Facebook Portal+ (Popular Mechanics)
24-03-19 (10:18)   Why science matters so much in the era of fake news (TNW)
24-03-19 (07:58)   Gears of Eden Explores New Space Rocks With Alpha 2 Trailer (Hardcore Gamer)
24-03-19 (00:07)   Objects in Space 3/23/19: The soul remains one (Syfy Wire)
23-03-19 (22:47)   US computer science grads outperforming those in other key nations (Ars Technica)
23-03-19 (18:18)   These Weighted Blankets Can Alleviate Stress and Anxiety (Popular Mechanics)
23-03-19 (15:14)   Space Photos of the Week: True Colors Shining Through (WIRED)
23-03-19 (14:36)   Jupiter looks like a giant marble in NASA's latest stunning image (SlashGear)
23-03-19 (13:50)   Astronomers Find Fossils of Early Universe Stuffed in Milky Way's Bulge (Live Science)
23-03-19 (13:50)   How Smart Were Neanderthals? (Live Science)
23-03-19 (13:32)   Those Midwestern floods are expected to get much, much worse (Ars Technica)
23-03-19 (13:04)   To Install a Pull-Up Bar, We Built a Surfboard (Popular Mechanics)
23-03-19 (11:25)   Attractions news: Spider-Man, Moomins and space tourism (Blooloop)
23-03-19 (02:53)   Objects in Space 3/22/19: Be careful (Syfy Wire)
23-03-19 (01:23)   Bug Scientists Squash 'Insect Apocalypse' Paper (Gizmodo)
23-03-19 (00:24)   Multiple realities aren't just science fiction anymore (Syfy Wire)
22-03-19 (22:18)   A Massive Solar Storm Is Hitting Earth This Weekend (Popular Mechanics)
22-03-19 (21:04)   13 Extremely Strange Animal Feet (Live Science)
22-03-19 (20:33)   The Best Bike Helmets Whether You're a Serious Cyclist or Occasional Rider (Popular Mechanics)
22-03-19 (20:22)   Boeing uncrewed test flight for NASA may be delayed until August (SlashGear)
22-03-19 (20:21)   Enormous Great White Shark Pregnant with Record 14 Pups Was Caught and Sold in Taiwan (Live Science)
22-03-19 (19:40)   New Analysis Confirms Oldest Mariner's Astrolabe Ever Found (Gizmodo)
22-03-19 (19:35)   Day and Night Are Perfectly Balanced in Spring Equinox Photo Snapped from Space (Live Science)
22-03-19 (19:35)   A Single Thundercloud Carries 1 Billion Volts of Electricity (Live Science)
22-03-19 (18:44)   Nvidia GPUs for data science, analytics, and distributed machine learning using Python with Dask (ZDNet News)
22-03-19 (18:33)   The Best Portable Air Conditioners (Popular Mechanics)
22-03-19 (18:23)   The Newest Opioid Lawsuit Is Going Right After the Sackler Family (Gizmodo)
22-03-19 (18:08)   Star Wars Battlefront 2's new mode starts on the ground and ends in space (PC Gamer)
22-03-19 (18:04)   This Transforming Russian Knife Is Bizarre and Brilliant (Popular Mechanics)
22-03-19 (18:04)   World's Largest Atom Smasher May Have Just Found Evidence for Why Our Universe Exists (Live Science)
22-03-19 (18:01)   Building megasocieties didn't require divine intervention, study says (Ars Technica)
22-03-19 (17:21)   High-Fructose Corn Syrup Fuels Colon Cancer Growth in Mice (Live Science)
22-03-19 (17:06)   A physicist explains what the science of phase transitions can teach us about nurturing innovation (TheVerge)
22-03-19 (17:04)   New Grand Trunk "TrunkTech" Hammock Holds 900 Times Its Own Weight (Popular Mechanics)
22-03-19 (17:01)   To rival Amazon, UPS enters healthcare-with doorstep nurse delivery (Ars Technica)
22-03-19 (15:50)   Flat-Earthers' Cruise Will Sail to Antarctica 'Ice Wall' at the Planet's Edge. Right. (Live Science)
22-03-19 (15:47)   PM Interview: The Guardians of Orbit (Popular Mechanics)
22-03-19 (15:47)   Inside the Locked Rooms Where They Protect GPS (Popular Mechanics)
22-03-19 (15:04)   Solution: 'How to Find Simple Treasures in Complex Numbers' (Quanta Magazine)
22-03-19 (15:04)   Spinning Star Hurtles Through Space at 2.5 Million Mph After Swift Kick from Supernova (Live Science)
22-03-19 (14:47)   You can help "rescue" weather data from the 1860s (Ars Technica)
22-03-19 (14:38)   Meteorite impacts a house in Uruguay (Syfy Wire)
22-03-19 (13:56)   NASA to Partner With 10 Startups on New Space Tech (Gadgets 360)
22-03-19 (13:35)   Watch the first of two spacewalks this month to swap out batteries on the outside of the space station (TheVerge)
22-03-19 (13:18)   One Day at Daytona (Popular Mechanics)
22-03-19 (13:01)   Earth is (always has been) round, so why have the flat-out wrong become so lively? (Ars Technica)
22-03-19 (12:21)   520-Million-Year-Old Sea Monster Had 18 Mouth Tentacles (Live Science)
22-03-19 (12:21)   Why This Poisonous Gas Could Be a Sign of Alien Life (Live Science)
22-03-19 (12:21)   Karen Uhlenbeck Just Won One of Math's Most Prestigious Prizes. Here's Why Her Work Is So Important. (Live Science)
22-03-19 (12:18)   Rocket Report: SpaceX scraps costly tooling, Vandenberg lull, Starliner slip (Ars Technica)
22-03-19 (03:07)   Objects in Space 3/21/19: They look exactly like us (Syfy Wire)
22-03-19 (02:38)   So-called 'zombie raccoons' are back, unlikely to be out for revenge (Syfy Wire)
22-03-19 (01:01)   Vice President may tell NASA to accelerate lunar landings (Ars Technica)
21-03-19 (23:50)   Bonanza of Bizarre Cambrian Fossils Reveals Some of the Earliest Animals on Earth (Live Science)
21-03-19 (22:47)   Why "chickenpox parties" are a terrible idea-in case it's not obvious (Ars Technica)
21-03-19 (22:23)   Researchers Create Fake Profiles on 24 Health Apps and Learn Most Are Sharing Your Data (Gizmodo)
21-03-19 (22:20)   Don't Starve dev's space colony sim Oxygen Not Included leaves early access in May (Eurogamer.net)
21-03-19 (22:04)   One of the Worst Earthquakes in Korea's History Was Caused by Humans (Popular Mechanics)
21-03-19 (22:04)   Report: Boeing Charged Extra for Safety Features Tied to 737 Max Crashes (Popular Mechanics)
21-03-19 (21:18)   U.S. Bombers Are Flying Over Europe, Baiting the Russian Bear (Popular Mechanics)
21-03-19 (20:40)   Kentucky Family Sues Local Health Department Over School Ban of Unvaccinated Children (Gizmodo)
21-03-19 (20:25)   Space station mystery-adventure Tacoma is free on the Humble Store (PC Gamer)
21-03-19 (19:33)   For Apple's Big Event on Monday, Hardware Is Just a Sideshow (Popular Mechanics)
21-03-19 (19:23)   Scientists Find Huge Trove of Marine Fossils from the 'Cambrian Explosion' in China (Gizmodo)
21-03-19 (19:18)   The Navy Plans to Put HELIOS Laser Weapon on Destroyer by 2021 (Popular Mechanics)
21-03-19 (19:18)   Half the species in a new Cambrian fossil site are completely new to us (Ars Technica)
21-03-19 (19:01)   US nuclear is dying, but it produced more electricity in 2018 than ever before (Ars Technica)
21-03-19 (18:54)   Why an Incredible New CERN Observation Has Physicists Popping Champagne (Gizmodo)
21-03-19 (18:18)   Scientists think they've solved one mystery of Easter Island's statues (Ars Technica)
21-03-19 (18:04)   'Inland Oceans' from One of Southern Hemisphere's Worst Storms Seen from Space (Live Science)
21-03-19 (18:04)   Chinese Researchers Cloned the 'Sherlock Holmes of Police Dogs', and She Is a Very Good Girl (Live Science)
21-03-19 (17:50)   She Finds Clues to Future Sustainability in Old Food Webs (Quanta Magazine)
21-03-19 (17:18)   Starship tests in South Texas will be broadcast, but temper your expectations (Ars Technica)
21-03-19 (16:53)   Was this 'meteor' part of an alien invasion? Nope, just another day in L.A. (Syfy Wire)
21-03-19 (16:50)   Chemically, Earth Is Basically a Less Volatile Version of the Sun (Live Science)
21-03-19 (16:18)   The 100 Greatest Video Games of All Time (Popular Mechanics)
21-03-19 (16:09)   Surprise! Sun Bears, Like Dogs and Humans, Mimic Each Other's Faces (Gizmodo)
21-03-19 (16:04)   'Dirt Rally 2.0' Isn't Easy, and That's What Makes It Fun (Popular Mechanics)
21-03-19 (15:35)   Truly Spooky: How Ghostly Quantum Particles Fly Through Barriers Almost Instantly (Live Science)
21-03-19 (14:53)   Contest: Pick names for Jupiter's new moons! (Syfy Wire)
21-03-19 (14:33)   Cram a Turbo V-8 in a Geo Tracker and You Too Can Run Nines (Popular Mechanics)
21-03-19 (13:22)   ESA XMM-Newton discovers galactic chimneys at Milky Way's core (SlashGear)
21-03-19 (12:44)   Nvidia looking to surf data science wave into the data center (ZDNet News)
21-03-19 (12:21)   The 'True' Neutrino Has Hidden from Physicists for Decades. Could They Find It in Antarctica? (Live Science)
21-03-19 (12:04)   Physicists Think They've Figured Out the Most Extreme Chemical Factories in the Universe (Live Science)
21-03-19 (11:18)   Introducing TQ South: TNW's second Amsterdam space for tech companies (TNW)
21-03-19 (02:38)   Objects in Space 3/20/19: Not doing nothing again (Syfy Wire)
21-03-19 (01:53)   Toyota's moon rover concept looks like the most awesome SUV in space (Syfy Wire)
21-03-19 (00:57)   In this GDC space, a toilet plunger becomes your game controller - CNET (C-Net News.com)
21-03-19 (00:57)   NASA telescope spots a cosmic 'cannonball' hurtling through space - CNET (C-Net News.com)
21-03-19 (00:47)   Researchers Seek Out Ways to Search IPv6 Space (Dark Reading)
20-03-19 (23:54)   How the creators of Hitman use social science to design perfect murder playgrounds (PC Gamer)
20-03-19 (23:53)   Skynet or Ultron? The White House launches website on AI initiatives (Syfy Wire)
20-03-19 (23:23)   Fermilab Breaks Ground on a New Particle Accelerator to Solve the Mysteries of Neutrinos (Gizmodo)
20-03-19 (22:54)   Ancient Bird Fossil Includes Evidence of an Unlaid Egg (Gizmodo)
20-03-19 (22:50)   How Does the New Postpartum Depression Drug Work? (Live Science)
20-03-19 (22:32)   The Air Force will soon take bids for mid-2020s launches. It's controversial (Ars Technica)
20-03-19 (22:04)   The Training Bundle You Need To Become an Amazon Web Services Cloud Expert (Popular Mechanics)
20-03-19 (21:47)   Judge orders government to redo climate analysis on Wyoming oil leases (Ars Technica)
20-03-19 (21:40)   New Postpartum Drug Is the Second Wholly Different Depression Treatment to be Approved This Month (Gizmodo)
20-03-19 (21:27)   NASA reveals Bennu asteroid is spewing particles into space (Engadget)
20-03-19 (21:24)   Science Behind the Fiction: Could aliens pass for cats or humans, like in Captain Marvel? (Syfy Wire)
20-03-19 (21:18)   The U.S. Will Get the World's First Exascale Computer in 2021 (Popular Mechanics)
20-03-19 (20:53)   Jurassic Park isn't happening, so doped up alligators tell us how dinosaurs could hear (Syfy Wire)
20-03-19 (20:47)   Lion Air Pilots Searched Plane Handbook Right Before Catastrophic Crash (Popular Mechanics)
20-03-19 (20:47)   The Marines' Plywood Supply Drone Is Undergoing Flight Tests (Popular Mechanics)
20-03-19 (20:09)   The 'Oumuamua Mystery May Not Be So Mysterious After All (Gizmodo)
20-03-19 (20:04)   When Ancient Societies Hit a Million People, Vengeful Gods Appeared (Live Science)
20-03-19 (19:50)   Why Did the USDA Perform 'Cat Cannibalism' Experiments? (Live Science)
20-03-19 (19:47)   Watch A U-2 Spy Plane Pilot Suit Up and Take Off on a Mission Over the Middle East (Popular Mechanics)
20-03-19 (19:47)   About a third of medical vaccine exemptions in San Diego came from one doctor (Ars Technica)
20-03-19 (19:32)   Physicists "flip the D" in tokamak, get unexpectedly good result (Ars Technica)
20-03-19 (19:23)   Humans Built Complex Societies Before They Invented Moral Gods (Gizmodo)
20-03-19 (19:21)   A Dose of Anesthesia Could Blunt Traumatic Memories (Live Science)
20-03-19 (19:21)   These Two Cosmic 'Chimneys' Could Be Fueling the Galaxy-Sized Bubbles Looming Over the Milky Way (Live Science)
20-03-19 (19:18)   Scientists Are Now Transforming Saltwater Into Hydrogen Fuel (Popular Mechanics)
20-03-19 (19:18)   How Super7 Built a Business Around the Toys No One Else Would Dare Make (Popular Mechanics)
20-03-19 (18:18)   Instagram's New Shopping Feature Makes it Easier Than Ever to Never Leave Facebook (Popular Mechanics)
20-03-19 (18:09)   San Francisco Wants to Ban All E-Cigarette Sales (Gizmodo)
20-03-19 (17:50)   Giant, Weird-Looking Fish With 'Startled' Eyes Washes Up on Aussie Beach (Live Science)
20-03-19 (17:33)   Can the U.S. Save Alcantara, Brazil's Cursed Spaceport? (Popular Mechanics)
20-03-19 (17:21)   The Questionable Science Behind the New Jack the Ripper Claim (Live Science)
20-03-19 (16:09)   A 14-Year-Old's Schizophrenia-Like Psychosis May Have Been Caused by Cat Bacteria (Gizmodo)
20-03-19 (16:04)   Quantum Machine Appears to Defy Universe's Push for Disorder (Quanta Magazine)
20-03-19 (16:04)   What Is String Theory? (Live Science)
20-03-19 (15:54)   Exploding Whales, Poisoned Porpoises: The Gruesome World of Cetacean Autopsies (Gizmodo)
20-03-19 (15:47)   A Tale of Two Asteroids (Popular Mechanics)
20-03-19 (15:33)   The 7 Best Window-Mounted Air Conditioners for Staying Cool and Comfortable (Popular Mechanics)
20-03-19 (15:21)   Mariner's Astrolabe from 1503 Shipwreck Is World's Oldest (Live Science)
20-03-19 (15:04)   We Got Our Hands on an HK G11, the Space-Age Rifle That Never Was (Popular Mechanics)
20-03-19 (15:04)   Today's Spring Equinox Heralds Warmer Months - And a Supermoon (Live Science)
20-03-19 (14:53)   Holy spitting space rocks: Asteroid Bennu is active! (Syfy Wire)
20-03-19 (14:47)   French Island Might Be Sitting On Top of Gigantic Underwater Magma Shift (Popular Mechanics)
20-03-19 (13:04)   The 2001 Isuzu Vehicross is Reliable and Off-Road Ready (Popular Mechanics)
20-03-19 (12:47)   People brought food from all over Britain to feast near Stonehenge (Ars Technica)
20-03-19 (12:36)   Hayabusa2 to blow a hole in Ryugu to collect underground samples (SlashGear)
20-03-19 (12:04)   High-Potency Marijuana Use Linked with Psychosis Risk (Live Science)
20-03-19 (12:04)   More Than One Reality Exists (in Quantum Physics) (Live Science)
20-03-19 (11:39)   Russia-US Venus Space Probe to Be Launched in 2027 (Gadgets 360)
20-03-19 (02:24)   Objects in Space 3/19/19: It is your time (Syfy Wire)
20-03-19 (00:18)   An astronaut with PTSD loses her cool in first trailer for Lucy in the Sky (Ars Technica)
19-03-19 (23:24)   Exclusive: Meet the wizards, space pirates, and spooks in Boom!'s new graphic novel, Hotel Dare (Syfy Wire)
19-03-19 (23:22)   NASA says Bennu surprises include particle plumes and rough terrain (SlashGear)
19-03-19 (23:18)   People who live near wind turbines prefer them to solar and fossil plants (Ars Technica)
19-03-19 (22:47)   Google's 'Stadia' Is the Latest Attack in the War on Games You Can Actually Own (Popular Mechanics)
19-03-19 (22:04)   USDA Fed Cats and Dogs to Kittens, Alarming Watchdog Report Claims (Live Science)
19-03-19 (22:04)   The Vessel, New York City's Newest Tourist Trap, Plans to Use Your Photos as Marketing Fodder (Popular Mechanics)
19-03-19 (22:04)   The DIY Guide to Fixing Your Leaky Air Conditioner (Popular Mechanics)
19-03-19 (21:54)   Collecting Samples From Asteroid Bennu May Be Harder Than NASA Realized, New Findings Suggest (Gizmodo)
19-03-19 (21:47)   Report: Carbon-capture group gets some serious lobbying muscle (Ars Technica)
19-03-19 (21:18)   How the U.S. Navy Launches Anti-Submarine Torpedoes from Ships (Popular Mechanics)
19-03-19 (21:18)   Our Best Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Circular Saw (Popular Mechanics)
19-03-19 (21:04)   2,500 Years Ago, Herodotus Described a Weird Ship. Now, Archaeologists Have Found it. (Live Science)
19-03-19 (20:54)   New Horizons Team Shares Amazing New Details About Kuiper Belt Object MU69 (Gizmodo)
19-03-19 (20:32)   Don't believe the hype: We may never know the identity of Jack the Ripper (Ars Technica)
19-03-19 (20:24)   7 books about women's space history for Women's History Month (Syfy Wire)
19-03-19 (20:04)   Some Humans Can Detect the Earth's Magnetic Field (Popular Mechanics)
19-03-19 (19:47)   A Whale Washed Up on a Beach with 88 Pounds of Plastic in Its Stomach (Popular Mechanics)
19-03-19 (19:32)   Hayabusa2 finds that its destination is also a very dark rubble pile (Ars Technica)
19-03-19 (19:23)   Scientists Might Have Found a Way to Thwart Deadly Superbug Outbreaks in Space (Gizmodo)
19-03-19 (19:21)   Incredible Photos Capture Last Glimpse of Long-Tusked 'Elephant Queen' (Live Science)
19-03-19 (19:04)   The Air Force's New AI Is Like R2-D2 for Fighter Jets (Popular Mechanics)
19-03-19 (18:33)   New Coating Keeps ISS Toilet Door Almost-Bacteria Free (Popular Mechanics)
19-03-19 (18:32)   At Bennu, NASA finds a mysterious, boulder-strewn asteroid (Ars Technica)
19-03-19 (17:58)   Ultima Thule is unlike anything we've seen in the solar system (Engadget)
19-03-19 (17:54)   The Hayabusa2 Mission to Asteroid Ryugu Just Dropped Its First Scientific Results (Gizmodo)
19-03-19 (17:50)   What's Behind the Massive Midwestern Floods: 2 Giant Waves of Water (Live Science)
19-03-19 (16:54)   Soap Bubble Theorist Is the First Woman to Win the 'Nobel Prize' of Mathematics (Gizmodo)
19-03-19 (16:27)   'Lucy In The Sky' trailer shows a darker side of space travel (Engadget)
19-03-19 (15:44)   Doodle Jump Space Chase dev's closure was third wave of layoffs since November (GamesIndusty.biz)
19-03-19 (15:42)   'Lucy in the Sky' Trailer Has Natalie Portman Struggling with Life on Earth after Visiting Outer Space (Collider)
19-03-19 (15:33)   U.S. Court Affirms Your Right to Flip Off Cops, But Here's Why It's Not Always Legal (Popular Mechanics)
19-03-19 (15:04)   I Invented a Socket That Could Save My Life (Popular Mechanics)
19-03-19 (14:53)   My TED talk: Science learns by making mistakes... and admitting them (Syfy Wire)
19-03-19 (14:47)   America's New Energy Coast (Popular Mechanics)
19-03-19 (14:20)   How to get more space in your Google storage (TheVerge)
19-03-19 (13:40)   Mysterious Planetwide Rumble May Have Come From the Largest Underwater Eruption Ever Recorded (Gizmodo)
19-03-19 (13:22)   Researchers combat ISS superbugs using a new antibacterial surface coating (SlashGear)
19-03-19 (13:11)   'Lucy In The Sky' Trailer: Natalie Portman Goes to Space and Back (The Film Stage)
19-03-19 (12:54)   Space tourism could be worth $23bn by 2030 (Blooloop)
19-03-19 (12:30)   Want to be a data scientist? Five ways to get that job in data science (ZDNet News)
19-03-19 (12:04)   Karen Uhlenbeck, Uniter of Geometry and Analysis, Wins Abel Prize (Quanta Magazine)
19-03-19 (12:04)   Traces of Infamous Nazi Massacre Unearthed in Germany (Live Science)
19-03-19 (11:47)   Thunderstorm with eye-popping 720GJ of energy (Ars Technica)
19-03-19 (11:35)   Nebraska Flooding Seen from Space in Dramatic Detail (Live Science)
19-03-19 (11:35)   Ancient Inscription Points to Lost Temple of Unknown God in Yemen (Live Science)
19-03-19 (02:24)   Objects in Space 3/18/19: It's not some campfire story (Syfy Wire)
19-03-19 (02:24)   Helicopters on Mars are going to be a thing (Syfy Wire)
19-03-19 (01:26)   NASA reveals secrets of Ultima Thule, the prehistoric space pancake - CNET (C-Net News.com)
19-03-19 (00:26)   NASA ogles California wildflower super bloom from space - CNET (C-Net News.com)
18-03-19 (23:23)   Semen Frozen 50 Years Ago Just Produced Dozens of Healthy Lambs (Gizmodo)
18-03-19 (23:04)   Sneaky Meteor Evades Earthling Detection, Explodes with Force of 10 Atomic Bombs (Live Science)
18-03-19 (23:04)   Spaceflight Triggers Herpes Viruses to 'Reawaken' (Live Science)
18-03-19 (23:01)   Figuring out how an odd, gutless worm regrows its head (or tail) (Ars Technica)
18-03-19 (22:27)   'Farscape' comes to Amazon Prime Video on March 19th (Engadget)
18-03-19 (21:54)   A Huge Asteroid Exploded Above Earth, and You Totally Missed It (Gizmodo)
18-03-19 (21:18)   Why the F-15 Is Still Going Strong After 50 Years (Popular Mechanics)
18-03-19 (21:18)   SpaceX Is Finally Ready to Test Its 'Starship' (Popular Mechanics)
18-03-19 (21:04)   Elephants: Earth's Largest Living Land-Animals (Live Science)
18-03-19 (20:04)   The Pentagon Wants to Test a Space-Based 'Particle Beam' by 2023 (Popular Mechanics)
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18-03-19 (18:21)   Scientists Find Evidence That Your Brain Can Sense Earth's Magnetic Field (Live Science)
18-03-19 (18:04)   What Are Superfoods? (Live Science)
18-03-19 (18:03)   Mode 7 co-founder leaves to do brain science (Rock, Paper, Shotgun)
18-03-19 (17:53)   Elon Musk turns up the heat on Starship in fiery SpaceX outer shell test (Syfy Wire)
18-03-19 (17:47)   Report: Boeing Had Too Much Authority in Approving Its Own Jets (Popular Mechanics)
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18-03-19 (14:18)   SpaceX may begin testing its Starship spacecraft this week (Ars Technica)
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14-03-19 (23:01)   Food innovations changed our mouths, which in turn changed our languages (Ars Technica)
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