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China Aims For Nuclear-Powered Rockets To Reach Moon, Asteroids
China Aims For Nuclear-Powered Rockets To Reach Moon, Asteroids  International Business TimesChina sees 'breakthrough' in nuclear-powered space shuttles by 2040  Global TimesChina plans to build nuclear-powered space shuttle by 2040  International Business Times UKFull coverage
Major fossil find of extinct sea cow unearthed in Russia's Far East
Major fossil find of extinct sea cow unearthed in Russia's Far East  GkMenIn Kamchatka found the skeleton of an ancient sea cow Steller  The Quebec TimesEnormous 20ft SEA MONSTER found for first time ever  Daily StarFull coverage
NASA says New York will flood when the ice caps in Greenland melt
NASA says New York will flood when the ice caps in Greenland melt  New York Daily NewsA new NASA tool predicts how high seas will rise in your city if specific glaciers melt  Business InsiderNew NASA tool can tell you which glacier ...
Brian Cox 'warned about Planet X' by showing 'Nibiru in sky' in Wonders of Solar System
Brian Cox 'warned about Planet X' by showing 'Nibiru in sky' in Wonders of Solar System  Express.co.ukNibiru to trigger 'end of the world' on SUNDAY with 'apocalyptic earthquakes'  Daily StarBizarre Lava-Covered Planet Is Surrounded by Air That Could Support Life  NewsweekFull coverage
Aurora borealis livecam catches spectacular meteor strike
Aurora borealis livecam catches spectacular meteor strike  CNETWatch the incredible moment a meteor strike lights up the night sky in Lapland  shropshirestar.comFireball caught on camera blazing across night sky over Russia & Finland (VIDEOS)  RTFull coverage
Time Travel Is Possible Through Wormholes—but You Can Only Ever Go Backward
Time Travel Is Possible Through Wormholes—but You Can Only Ever Go Backward  NewsweekTime Travel Is Possible, But We'll Need Lots Of Negative Energy, Says Astrophysicist  The InquisitrScientist Claims Time Travel Is Theoretically Possible, But Only Backwards  LADbibleFull coverage
US Government to Continue Funding Hurricane-Stricken Puerto Rican Telescope
US Government to Continue Funding Hurricane-Stricken Puerto Rican Telescope  GizmodoArecibo Observatory lives on, but with less money  physicsworld.comArecibo Observatory will keep scanning the skies  Astronomy Now OnlineHurricane-battered Arecibo telescope will keep studying the skies  Washington PostFull coverage
Electrochemistry opens up novel access to important classes of substances Chemists at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz in Germany have succeeded in overcoming the problem of electrochemical polymer formation and in developing a sustainable and efficient synthesis strategy for these important products for the first time.
Brain activity buffers against worsening anxiety Boosting activity in brain areas related to thinking and problem-solving may also protect against worsening anxiety, suggests a new study by Duke University scientists. Using noninvasive brain imaging, the researchers found that at-risk people were less likely to develop anxiety ...