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  • Orion Approaches Moon for Outbound Powered Flyby
    on 28/11/2022 at 16:55

    A portion of the far side of the Moon looms large just beyond the Orion spacecraft in this image taken Nov. 21, the sixth day of the Artemis I mission, by a camera on the tip of one of Orion’s solar arrays.

  • Astronaut Snoopy ‘Lands’ in New York
    on 25/11/2022 at 12:55

    The annual Thanksgiving event was held Nov. 24, 2022.

  • Snoopy Hitches Ride to Space Aboard Artemis I
    on 23/11/2022 at 16:10

    Snoopy, the zero-gravity indicator for NASA’s Artemis I flight test, floating in space Nov. 20, 2022, while attached to his tether in the Orion spacecraft.

  • Orion’s Optical Navigation Camera Captures Earth
    on 22/11/2022 at 16:55

    NASA’s uncrewed Orion spacecraft snapped this black and white photo of Earth on Nov. 17, 2022, the second day of the 25.5-day Artemis I mission.

  • Orion Approaches Moon
    on 21/11/2022 at 16:05

    On Nov. 20, the fifth day of the 25.5-day Artemis I mission, a camera mounted on the tip of one of Orion’s solar array wings captured this footage of the spacecraft and the Moon as it continued to grow nearer to our lunar neighbor.

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  • Bioreactor keeps cell culture conditions under control
    on 29/11/2022 at 11:04

    A cell-culturing technique developed by KAUST scientists helps to create biological conditions that more closely mirror physiological environments compared to standard protocols used in most laboratories today.

  • Explainable AI-based physical theory for advanced materials design
    on 29/11/2022 at 10:00

    Microscopic materials analysis is essential to achieve desirable performance in next-generation nanoelectronic devices, such as low power consumption and high speeds. However, the magnetic materials involved in such devices often exhibit incredibly complex interactions between nanostructures and magnetic domains. This, in turn, makes functional design challenging.

  • Great Barrier Reef risks ‘in danger’ World Heritage listing
    on 29/11/2022 at 09:50

    Australia’s Great Barrier Reef should be added to a list of “in danger” World Heritage sites, according to UN experts who warned the fading wonder has been “significantly impacted” by climate change.

  • World’s largest volcano erupts in Hawaii
    on 29/11/2022 at 09:40

    The world’s largest active volcano burst into life for the first time in 40 years, spewing lava and hot ash Monday in a spectacular display of nature’s fury by Mauna Loa in Hawaii.

  • Drying California lake to get $250M in US drought funding
    on 29/11/2022 at 09:35

    The federal government said Monday it will spend $250 million over four years on environmental cleanup and restoration work around a drying Southern California lake that’s fed by the depleted Colorado River.

  • Mangroves: Environmental guardians of our coastline
    on 29/11/2022 at 09:31

    They are the salt-tolerant shrubs that thrive in the toughest of conditions, but according to new UniSA research, mangroves are also avid coastal protectors, capable of surviving in heavy metal contaminated environments.

  • Long-standing genomic mystery about the origins of introns explained in new study
    on 29/11/2022 at 09:25

    One of the most long-standing, fundamental mysteries of biology surrounds the poorly understood origins of introns. Introns are segments of noncoding DNA that must be removed from the genetic code before it is translated in the process of making proteins. Introns are an ancient feature found across all eukaryotic life, a wide range of organisms that spans all animals, plants, fungi, and protists, but are absent in prokaryotic genomes such as those of bacteria. There is a massive variation in the number of introns found in different species’ genomes, even between closely related species.

  • Foodbanks evolving to survive cost of living crisis, experts find
    on 29/11/2022 at 09:22

    The traditional model of foodbanks is evolving to become more sustainable as charities and organizations report unprecedented demand and fewer donations in the face of the national cost of living crisis.

  • Tablet-based vaccine prevents urinary tract infections in mice
    on 29/11/2022 at 09:00

    Biomedical engineers at Duke University have developed a tablet-based vaccine for urinary tract infections (UTIs) that rapidly dissolves when placed under the tongue. The new treatment could offer an easy and practical alternative to high-dose, oral antibiotics which are the current standard for UTI treatments.

  • What ancient underwater food webs can tell us about the future of climate change
    on 28/11/2022 at 22:18

    What a tangled web we weave. When it comes to the impact of the climate crisis on marine food webs, we apparently have not known the half of it. That’s according to a new University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) study, which compared ancient and modern ocean ecosystems in a bid to understand how to make them healthier and more resilient.

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