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07-04-20 (01:30)   Will We Ever See a Killer Klowns from Outer Space Reboot? (TVOvermind)
07-04-20 (00:47)   When At First Your Starliner Doesn't Succeed, Fly, Fly Again (Popular Mechanics)
07-04-20 (00:33)   If We Ever Find Life on Mars, It Might Look Like These Weird Microbes (Popular Mechanics)
07-04-20 (00:32)   After troubled first flight, Boeing will refly Starliner without crew (Ars Technica)
07-04-20 (00:24)   This black hole blew up billions of years ago. Now it looks like four black holes (Syfy Wire)
07-04-20 (00:18)   The New BMW R 18 Cruiser Is a Gorgeous Hunk of Retro-Cool (Popular Mechanics)
06-04-20 (23:04)   Could Atomic Weapons from the Cold War Save the World's Largest Fish? (Popular Mechanics)
06-04-20 (22:22)   Super Moon April 2020: The biggest one all year (SlashGear)
06-04-20 (22:01)   NASA sees an "exponential" jump in malware attacks as personnel work from home (Ars Technica)
06-04-20 (21:58)   Swarm finally gets full regulatory approval to launch its satellites (Engadget)
06-04-20 (21:53)   NASA shoots for the Moon with infrastructure plan for 'vibrant lunar future' (Syfy Wire)
06-04-20 (21:47)   What's the Chemical Difference Between Hot- and Cold-Brew Coffee? (Popular Mechanics)
06-04-20 (21:18)   Even Maverick Can't Outmaneuver the Coronavirus (Popular Mechanics)
06-04-20 (21:09)   Latest Coronavirus Science: Heart and Brain Damage May Be More Common Than We Thought (Gizmodo)
06-04-20 (21:07)   Erotic ancient Egyptian spell beats Tinder by calling on ghosts to get a date (Syfy Wire)
06-04-20 (21:04)   The Mid-Voltage Worx Mower Is as Easy to Push as a Vacuum (Popular Mechanics)
06-04-20 (21:04)   SpaceX's Starship Can Lift a Lot More Than We Thought (Popular Mechanics)
06-04-20 (20:59)   Earth scorched in the first 3 months of 2020 (Mashable)
06-04-20 (20:47)   Early Human Skulls May Show a Big Step in Our Brain's Evolution (Popular Mechanics)
06-04-20 (19:24)   How Mad Max: Fury Road predicts the future climate change and toxic masculinity have in store for us (Syfy Wire)
06-04-20 (19:04)   'Amazing' Math Bridge Extended Beyond Fermat's Last Theorem (Quanta Magazine)
06-04-20 (19:01)   Experiment finds that gravity still works down to 50 micrometers (Ars Technica)
06-04-20 (18:47)   Gravity's inverse square law tested at scale of a human hair and passes (Ars Technica)
06-04-20 (18:47)   The Work From Home Gear Keeping Us Productive (Popular Mechanics)
06-04-20 (18:47)   How Tesla Engineers Are Using Model 3 Parts to Build Ventilators (Popular Mechanics)
06-04-20 (18:40)   Radiation Around Chernobyl Is 16 Times Higher Than Normal After Forest Fires (Gizmodo)
06-04-20 (18:01)   What OneWeb's failure tells us about space resiliency in the age of COVID-19 (Ars Technica)
06-04-20 (17:33)   This Guy Says He Solved the Most Controversial Open Problem in Math (Popular Mechanics)
06-04-20 (17:13)   What do we know about how COVID-19 is transmitted? (Cosmosmagazine.com)
06-04-20 (17:13)   For birds, innovation is survival (Cosmosmagazine.com)
06-04-20 (17:13)   Bomb tests help reveal the whale shark's age (Cosmosmagazine.com)
06-04-20 (17:13)   Anatomy of a heatwave (Cosmosmagazine.com)
06-04-20 (17:13)   Double helium-core white dwarf binary detected (Cosmosmagazine.com)
06-04-20 (17:13)   Persevering with preparations (Cosmosmagazine.com)
06-04-20 (16:24)   An alien comet dropped something off on its way out of the solar system (Syfy Wire)
06-04-20 (16:14)   The Deliciously Surprising Science of Taste (WIRED)
06-04-20 (16:04)   This Clear Jigsaw Puzzle Will Push Your Skills to the Max (Popular Mechanics)
06-04-20 (15:01)   Aircraft carrier captain lost his command because of "Catch-22" COVID-19 dilemma (Ars Technica)
06-04-20 (14:05)   Asteroid 1998 OR2 to fly by the Earth on April 29 (SlashGear)
06-04-20 (06:09)   Whale Sharks' Long Lifespan Revealed by Atomic Bomb Remnants (Gizmodo)
06-04-20 (00:40)   This Striking Fan-Animated Warhammer 40K Short Was Years in the Making (Gizmodo)
05-04-20 (20:54)   This is the chunky space sandbox I didn't know I wanted (PC Gamer)
05-04-20 (18:47)   Don't Panic: The comprehensive Ars Technica guide to the coronavirus [Updated 4/5] (Ars Technica)
05-04-20 (16:18)   Climate Experts Want Fossil Fuel Warning Labels At the Pump (Popular Mechanics)
05-04-20 (16:13)   Where are we at with developing a vaccine for coronavirus? (Cosmosmagazine.com)
05-04-20 (16:13)   New 'law' could inform glacier-flow models (Cosmosmagazine.com)
05-04-20 (16:13)   The emotional lives of mice (Cosmosmagazine.com)
05-04-20 (16:13)   Now that's an all-weather structure (Cosmosmagazine.com)
05-04-20 (16:13)   Science history: Nathaniel Kleitman helps us rest easier (Cosmosmagazine.com)
05-04-20 (16:13)   James Webb's mirror, in all its glory (Cosmosmagazine.com)
05-04-20 (15:18)   How to refuel a nuclear power plant during a pandemic (Ars Technica)
05-04-20 (15:05)   NASA's Perseverance rover gets parachute and off-road wheels (SlashGear)
05-04-20 (15:04)   Could You Spread COVID-19 Just by Talking? (Popular Mechanics)
04-04-20 (20:59)   Wearing a coronavirus face mask isn't about you (Mashable)
04-04-20 (20:32)   We now know the effect of altitude on classic "Diet Coke and Mentos" fountain (Ars Technica)
04-04-20 (17:42)   CDC shows you how to make a face mask in 45 seconds (Mashable)
04-04-20 (17:07)   90 million years ago, Antarctica was a lush rainforest before it froze over (Syfy Wire)
04-04-20 (16:49)   Football Manager 2020 gives free in-game advertising space to mental health charity during lockdown (Eurogamer.net)
04-04-20 (16:42)   NASA's new Jupiter image is stunning (Mashable)
04-04-20 (16:18)   Will SARS-CoV-2 have a long-term impact on the climate? (Ars Technica)
04-04-20 (16:14)   Space Photos of the Week: Awesome Planets and Ancient Gods (WIRED)
04-04-20 (15:33)   10 Carpet-Cleaning Secrets From the Pros (Popular Mechanics)
04-04-20 (15:16)   Allow Queer Eye, Tidying Up and More Shows to Inspire You to Spruce Up Your Space (E! Online)
04-04-20 (15:04)   Agave Could Be the Next Big Biofuel (Popular Mechanics)
04-04-20 (15:04)   How To Make the Perfect Paper Airplane (Popular Mechanics)
04-04-20 (02:07)   Coronavirus delays & cancellations: MCU, Indiana Jones 5, Morbius & more (Syfy Wire)
04-04-20 (01:40)   Discovery of Living Microbes Deep Beneath the Seafloor Offers Hope for Life on Mars (Gizmodo)
04-04-20 (00:59)   Female Athletes Say Competing Against Biological Males Is Unfair: 'That's Not Bigotry, That's Science' (Breitbart.com)
04-04-20 (00:33)   The 7 Best All-In-One Printers for Home Offices (Popular Mechanics)
04-04-20 (00:24)   Cosplayers use 3-D printers to help healthcare workers on Coronavirus frontlines (Syfy Wire)
04-04-20 (00:09)   Everyone Should Be Wearing a Face Mask (Gizmodo)
03-04-20 (23:43)   Can chloroquine cure coronavirus? Here's what science says (Digital Trends)
03-04-20 (23:18)   The 1,400-Year-Old Red Aurora Mystery Has Finally Been Solved (Popular Mechanics)
03-04-20 (22:47)   Ford Turns to VR to Keep Vehicle Development on Track (Popular Mechanics)
03-04-20 (22:18)   Face masks for COVID-19: A deep dive into the data (Ars Technica)
03-04-20 (22:09)   Interstellar Comet Borisov Just Lost a Chunk (Gizmodo)
03-04-20 (22:01)   Should you wear a face mask? Here's all the data we have (Ars Technica)
03-04-20 (20:59)   Disease experts weigh in on crowded White House coronavirus briefings (Mashable)
03-04-20 (20:47)   SpaceX Loses Another Starship Prototype During Failed Test (Popular Mechanics)
03-04-20 (20:33)   Watch Scientists Conduct the Mentos and Diet Coke Experiment at 14,000 Feet (Popular Mechanics)
03-04-20 (19:23)   Tests That Can Tell Who Has Had the Coronavirus Are Here, With Some Limitations (Gizmodo)
03-04-20 (19:07)   A real-life Atlantis existed in Florida, and it was ruled by fish (Syfy Wire)
03-04-20 (19:04)   NASA Does the Worm To Honor the Return of U.S. Spaceflight (Popular Mechanics)
03-04-20 (19:01)   Pandemics: Do we need an app for that? (Ars Technica)
03-04-20 (18:18)   Solution to Riddle of the Week: The Whisky and Water Problem (Popular Mechanics)
03-04-20 (18:07)   Strange and squirming black 'goo' has Twitter welcoming the arrival of a real-life Venom (Syfy Wire)
03-04-20 (17:42)   It used to be a convention center. Now, it's a makeshift hospital for COVD-19 patients. (Mashable)
03-04-20 (17:40)   SpaceX Starship Prototype Collapses in Third Failed Test (Gizmodo)
03-04-20 (16:55)   17 new science-fiction and fantasy books to check out in April (Polygon)
03-04-20 (16:12)   How Amazon turned Simon Stålenhag's 'Tales from the Loop' into a TV show (Engadget)
03-04-20 (16:07)   What was thought to be the ancient 'tree of life' was actually...dead (Syfy Wire)
03-04-20 (15:43)   Watch the James Webb Space Telescope deploy its massive origami mirror (Digital Trends)
03-04-20 (15:38)   A *second* possible planet for Proxima Centauri! (Syfy Wire)
03-04-20 (15:36)   NASA offers details on new lunar surface sustainability concept (SlashGear)
03-04-20 (15:13)   This is what lungs infected with COVID-19 look like (Mashable)
03-04-20 (14:32)   SpaceX loses its third Starship prototype during a cryogenic test (Ars Technica)
03-04-20 (14:01)   Here are 10 alternative ideas for what NASA could do with its Moon budget (Ars Technica)
03-04-20 (13:18)   Rocket Report: New Shepard push angers workers, Falcon 9 gets wormed (Ars Technica)
03-04-20 (05:53)   Bizarre new species that looks like a deep-sea Facehugger was just named after the plastic it eats (Syfy Wire)
03-04-20 (03:44)   It! The Terror from Beyond Space Blu-ray Review (Home Theater Forum)
03-04-20 (01:44)   Xbox Series X Won't Have An Optical Audio Port Because Of Space And Cost (GamingBolt)
03-04-20 (00:41)   Good Job Review - Office Space (GameSpot)
02-04-20 (23:54)   These Flies Have Been Trapped in the Bone Zone for 41 Million Years (Gizmodo)
02-04-20 (23:09)   Extreme Experiment on Mexican Volcano Challenged the Speed of Light (Gizmodo)
02-04-20 (23:04)   How Illustrators Created the Iconic Coronavirus Image (Popular Mechanics)
02-04-20 (22:47)   Training AI To Transform Brain Activity Into Text (Popular Mechanics)
02-04-20 (22:40)   Coronavirus Cases Hit 1 Million Worldwide as Deaths Top 50,000 (Gizmodo)
02-04-20 (22:27)   NASA's iconic 'worm' logo will adorn the Falcon 9 Crew Dragon rocket (Engadget)
02-04-20 (22:04)   Naval Patrol Boat Takes on Cruise Ship. Loses Real Bad. (Popular Mechanics)
02-04-20 (21:18)   Ground-Up Tire Pavement Could Be Safer for Pedestrians and Athletes (Popular Mechanics)
02-04-20 (21:13)   Astronaut-turned-doctor more worried about dying in a hospital than on a rocket (Mashable)
02-04-20 (21:05)   NASA's new era of spaceflight revives a much-loved logo (SlashGear)
02-04-20 (20:47)   The Pentagon Just Bought a Bunch of F-35s (Popular Mechanics)
02-04-20 (20:13)   Actual tracing and virtual dating (Cosmosmagazine.com)
02-04-20 (20:13)   Homo erectus keeps getting older (Cosmosmagazine.com)
02-04-20 (20:13)   Gondwana in amber (Cosmosmagazine.com)
02-04-20 (20:13)   Mannered AI (Cosmosmagazine.com)
02-04-20 (20:13)   Bacteria found in solid rock. Now for Mars (Cosmosmagazine.com)
02-04-20 (20:13)   Getting a picture of where carbon was (Cosmosmagazine.com)
02-04-20 (20:09)   This Tiny Skull Cap Is Rocking What We Know About an Ancient Human Species (Gizmodo)
02-04-20 (19:36)   James Webb Space Telescope Successfully Deploys Its Mirror for the First Time (ExtremeTech)
02-04-20 (19:32)   NASA brings back its iconic "worm" logo to mark return of human spaceflight (Ars Technica)
02-04-20 (19:20)   Jeff Bezos' space company is pressuring employees to launch a tourist rocket during the pandemic (TheVerge)
02-04-20 (19:18)   Space MMORTS Starborne is now in open beta (Rock, Paper, Shotgun)
02-04-20 (19:04)   NASA's James Webb Telescope Spreads Its Reflective Wings for the First Time (Popular Mechanics)
02-04-20 (18:47)   Let's Find Out If You Can Drive a Car on Cheese Wheels (Popular Mechanics)
02-04-20 (18:47)   This AI Can Beat Humans At All 57 Atari Games (Popular Mechanics)
02-04-20 (18:40)   Scientists Are Testing Nitric Oxide to Treat Coronavirus Patients (Gizmodo)
02-04-20 (18:32)   Forecasters predict a busy Atlantic hurricane season (Ars Technica)
02-04-20 (18:28)   The (Political) Science Behind Trump's Coronavirus Approval Ratings (WIRED)
02-04-20 (18:04)   The Shockingly Recent History of People Actually Washing Their Hands (Popular Mechanics)
02-04-20 (17:47)   What If WiFi Could Charge Your Phone in the Future? (Popular Mechanics)
02-04-20 (17:46)   BBC World News, CNN International & Euronews Donate $50M Of Ad Space To Coronavirus Fight (Deadline.com)
02-04-20 (17:33)   10 Great Deals on Apparel From REI's 25% off Sale (Popular Mechanics)
02-04-20 (16:55)   Boundary, a high-concept space FPS, headed to PS4 and PC in 2020 (Polygon)
02-04-20 (16:50)   To Make the Perfect Mirror, Physicists Confront the Mystery of Glass (Quanta Magazine)
02-04-20 (16:30)   Real Astronaut Chris Hadfield Reviews Space Movies (TVOvermind)
02-04-20 (15:51)   NASA Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope will search for exoplanets with wide orbits (SlashGear)
02-04-20 (15:24)   Watch as the James Webb telescope unfolds its 18 gold-plated hex mirrors (Syfy Wire)
02-04-20 (15:04)   The 9 Best Wi-Fi Extenders for Fast Home Internet (Popular Mechanics)
02-04-20 (14:54)   Lucy's Brain Was Part Ape, Part Human (Gizmodo)
02-04-20 (14:36)   NASA attaches Send Your Name placard to Perseverance Rover (SlashGear)
02-04-20 (12:41)   NASA successfully deploys the James Webb Telescope's enormous mirror (Engadget)
02-04-20 (12:13)   National parks' prized safety system fails during the coronavirus pandemic (Mashable)
02-04-20 (10:14)   The best Lego space sets in 2020 (Creative Bloq)
02-04-20 (03:09)   The Future Is Adorable in Cleopatra in Space, DreamWorksTV's New Sci-Fi Show for Kids (Gizmodo)
02-04-20 (01:22)   NASA expands groundwater maps globally to help reveal remote droughts (SlashGear)
02-04-20 (00:47)   Modern meteorology was born 60 years ago today (Ars Technica)
02-04-20 (00:32)   Study looks at how Russian troll farms are politicizing vaccines (Ars Technica)
01-04-20 (23:47)   After 172 Years, We Now Know How the First Color Photograph Was Made (Popular Mechanics)
01-04-20 (23:18)   Astronomers Finally Discover the Elusive Mid-Sized Black Hole (Popular Mechanics)
01-04-20 (23:18)   What's the Most Useful Thing You Can Build with LEGO? (Popular Mechanics)
01-04-20 (23:18)   Anti-Satellite Weapons Are Becoming a Very Real Threat (Popular Mechanics)
01-04-20 (22:18)   Water Cooler: Tiger King, The Ringer, Ozark, New Girl, Darkside of the Ring, Tales from the Loop, Space Jam, Kill Bill, The Adventures of Prince Achmed, Little Women, Home Before Dark (SlashFilm)
01-04-20 (22:04)   The Best Rooftop Cargo Carriers for Hauling All Your Gear (Popular Mechanics)
01-04-20 (21:47)   Earth Is Literally Moving Less Now That We're All on Lockdown (Popular Mechanics)
01-04-20 (21:04)   Astronauts Could Mix Their Pee With Moon Dust to Build Lunar Bases (Popular Mechanics)
01-04-20 (21:04)   The Best Camp Lights for Illuminating Your Home Away From Home (Popular Mechanics)
01-04-20 (21:04)   Woodworking Can Bring Solace in Times of Uncertainty (Popular Mechanics)
01-04-20 (20:47)   The Best Circular Saw Blade for Every Cut (Popular Mechanics)
01-04-20 (20:40)   FDA Demands Zantac Heartburn Drug and Generics Pulled Over Carcinogen Fears (Gizmodo)
01-04-20 (20:38)   Are we going to have to go all Hunger Games and build a subterranean District 13 to survive? (Syfy Wire)
01-04-20 (20:33)   Rhode Island, Texas, Florida Cops Target Out-of-State Plates to Curb Virus Spread (Popular Mechanics)
01-04-20 (20:24)   How to make a real-life Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, ooze and all (Syfy Wire)
01-04-20 (20:16)   April Fools' Day 2020: War Thunder goes to space (NotebookCheck.net)
01-04-20 (20:13)   When there was rainforest near the South Pole (Cosmosmagazine.com)
01-04-20 (20:13)   More clues to the story of our past (Cosmosmagazine.com)
01-04-20 (20:09)   Former CIA Operative Mike Baker to Investigate Top-Secret Government Programs in New Science Channel Series (The Futon Critic)
01-04-20 (20:09)   Humanity's Origin Story Just Got More Complicated (Gizmodo)
01-04-20 (19:59)   How we can restore marine life by 2050 (Cosmosmagazine.com)
01-04-20 (19:59)   What's 50,000 times the mass of the Sun but hard to find? (Cosmosmagazine.com)
01-04-20 (19:59)   COVID frontline: Portland and Seattle (Cosmosmagazine.com)
01-04-20 (19:59)   A 'pair density wave' coexisting with superconductivity (Cosmosmagazine.com)
01-04-20 (19:36)   12,000+ people applied to be a NASA astronaut for missions to our Moon and Mars (SlashGear)
01-04-20 (19:04)   The Best Backyard Hammocks for Maximum Relaxation (Popular Mechanics)
01-04-20 (18:54)   Shocking Study Reveals Ancient Rainforest Existed Near the South Pole (Gizmodo)
01-04-20 (18:33)   Why Does This Cabbage Look Like Xenomorph Eggs? (Popular Mechanics)
01-04-20 (18:18)   Subscription drive, day 3: We promise not to shoot Eric Berger into orbit (Ars Technica)
01-04-20 (17:18)   The world's largest aircraft will now test hypersonics for the military (Ars Technica)
01-04-20 (17:18)   Scientists Witness the Death of a Solar System, and the Birth of Necroplanetology (Popular Mechanics)
01-04-20 (17:04)   Boeing's Troubled K-46 Tanker Aircraft Can't Catch a Break (Popular Mechanics)
01-04-20 (16:50)   How to Design a Perpetual Energy Machine (Quanta Magazine)
01-04-20 (16:23)   Why Do Physicists Keep Finding New States of Matter? (Gizmodo)
01-04-20 (16:07)   Moon dust and astronaut urine could build the lunar bases of the future (Syfy Wire)
01-04-20 (16:05)   Hubble Space Telescope discovers evidence of an intermediate-mass black hole (SlashGear)
01-04-20 (16:05)   Integrated deployment approach plugs the gap between data science and production (BetaNews)
01-04-20 (15:38)   It looks like a star 750 million light years away *was* torn apart by a mid-sized black hole (Syfy Wire)
01-04-20 (15:33)   The Coronavirus Can't Stop America's Nukes (Popular Mechanics)
01-04-20 (14:05)   James Webb Space Telescope full mirror deployment was a success (SlashGear)
01-04-20 (14:04)   How to Restore a Concrete Patio (Popular Mechanics)
01-04-20 (13:15)   Solar power, even at night: These giant space mirrors could send sunlight back to Earth after dark (ZDNet News)
01-04-20 (05:12)   AVENGERS: ENDGAME Star Don Cheadle Reportedly Playing The Villain In SPACE JAM 2 (Comic Book Movie)
31-03-20 (23:47)   Some Nuclear Submarine Crews May Not Even Know About the Pandemic (Popular Mechanics)
31-03-20 (23:40)   An Anti-Gay Charity Is Running a Coronavirus Tent Hospital in Central Park (Gizmodo)
31-03-20 (23:01)   FDA approves the emergency use of chloroquine for COVID-19 (Ars Technica)
31-03-20 (22:40)   Florida's Ancient Calusa Kingdom Was Powered by Ingenious Fish Corrals (Gizmodo)
31-03-20 (22:14)   EVE Online Players Gather Virtually To Watch Fan-Made EVE Space Opera (Kotaku)
31-03-20 (22:04)   The 6 Best External Hard Drives to Store Anything (Popular Mechanics)
31-03-20 (21:59)   The coronavirus test isn't as scary as it looks (Mashable)
31-03-20 (21:54)   New Rapid Coronavirus Tests Could Scale Up U.S. Testing (Gizmodo)
31-03-20 (21:47)   Study: Future astronauts could use their own urine to help build moon bases (Ars Technica)
31-03-20 (21:22)   NASA's Mars Helicopter gets one last spin before launch (SlashGear)
31-03-20 (21:18)   Tested: Casper's Cooler, More Supportive Mattresses (Popular Mechanics)
31-03-20 (21:04)   Visiting the Bottom of the Mariana Trench Sounds Pretty Appealing Right Now (Popular Mechanics)
31-03-20 (20:44)   Warped space-time reveals exoplanets (Infowars.com)
31-03-20 (20:18)   The Future of Virtual Reality-and Spying-Lies in a Bag of Potato Chips (Popular Mechanics)
31-03-20 (20:09)   Fracked Up: Drilling Pollutant Could Mess With Testosterone (Gizmodo)
31-03-20 (19:35)   Mathematics as a Team Sport (Quanta Magazine)
31-03-20 (19:06)   Deflategate science fair project haunts Bucs fan (ESPN.com)
31-03-20 (19:05)   Why Shannon Walker's SpaceX mission isn't like all the others (SlashGear)
31-03-20 (19:01)   Here's the Trump admin's pathetic new fuel efficiency rule for 2026 (Ars Technica)
31-03-20 (18:54)   How Neon Can Make a Star Destroy Itself (Gizmodo)
31-03-20 (18:33)   Fifth Person Dies Searching for Rumored Treasure in the Rocky Mountains (Popular Mechanics)
31-03-20 (18:13)   What I learned about isolation after 4 months on 'Mars' (Mashable)
31-03-20 (18:04)   The Iconic Fast and Furious Dodge Charger Becomes Lego Kit (Popular Mechanics)
31-03-20 (17:41)   Two more astronauts join SpaceX's first crewed mission to the ISS (Engadget)
31-03-20 (17:36)   Deep Space Nine Upscale Project Update: 'Sacrifice of Angels' (ExtremeTech)
31-03-20 (17:18)   Michael Collins didn't land on the Moon, but he got this song written about him (Ars Technica)
31-03-20 (17:13)   Models have supported Australia's response to COVID-19 (Cosmosmagazine.com)
31-03-20 (17:13)   What causes equatorial marine biodiversity? (Cosmosmagazine.com)
31-03-20 (17:13)   Bacteria + nanowires = organic building blocks (Cosmosmagazine.com)
31-03-20 (17:13)   How coral bleaching affects reef fish (Cosmosmagazine.com)
31-03-20 (17:13)   SunRISE to learn more about the Sun (Cosmosmagazine.com)
31-03-20 (17:13)   Borneo's worrying divide (Cosmosmagazine.com)
31-03-20 (16:47)   The Best Camera Phones, Whether You're an Apple Fan or Android Adherent (Popular Mechanics)
31-03-20 (16:05)   New NASA mission will study solar particle storms (SlashGear)
31-03-20 (15:38)   How big is the Milky Way? (Syfy Wire)
31-03-20 (15:32)   Florida bucks social distancing trend as COVID-19 cases skyrocket (Ars Technica)
31-03-20 (15:04)   Airships Haven't Been Able to Get Back Up Off the Ground-Until Now (Popular Mechanics)
31-03-20 (14:47)   SpaceX releases a Payload User's Guide for its Starship rocket (Ars Technica)
31-03-20 (14:18)   Neural implants plus AI turn sentence-length thoughts to text (Ars Technica)
31-03-20 (11:13)   14 unexpected ways to spruce up your WFH space (Mashable)
31-03-20 (10:16)   Don Cheadle Will Be the Villain in Space Jam 2 (TVOvermind)
31-03-20 (09:47)   Hubble telescope discovers Galaxy-ripping quasar tsunamis in space (TNW)
31-03-20 (09:41)   UCSF app wants to use your biometric data to track the spread of coronavirus (Engadget)
31-03-20 (04:28)   Cave art could be link to Australia's first people (Cosmosmagazine.com)
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