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[ May 23, 2017 ] Astronauts reinstate unsuccessful mechanism in brief spacewalk Mission Reports

STORY WRITTEN FOR CBS NEWS  USED WITH PERMISSION Astronaut Jack Fischer waves to a camera during Tuesday’s spacewalk. Credit: NASA TV/Spaceflight Now After a bit of a onslaught with a refractory bolt, space hire commander Peggy Whitson transposed a unsuccessful outmost ...

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Freeze-Dried Space Sperm Gives Rise to Healthy Baby Mice

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Mouse spermatazoa recorded on a International Space Station for 9 months gave arise to healthy pups, a new investigate reveals. This anticipating suggests that animals, maybe including humans, can one day reproduce safely in space, researchers said. This work also ...

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Precious seeds in Norway’s ‘Doomsday vault’ are protected — for now

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The opening of a Svalbard Global Seed Vault outward Longyearbyen on Spitsbergen, Norway, on Feb. 29, 2016.(Photo: JUNGE, AFP/Getty Images) The supposed “Doomsday seed vault” low underneath a remote towering in Norway is safe, during slightest for now, a nation’s supervision ...

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Space Station Astronauts to Take Surprise Spacewalk Tuesday to Replace Failed Computer Relay

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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – NASA astronauts will take an random spacewalk Tuesday (May 23) to reinstate a unsuccessful information send box outward of the International Space Station, restoring vicious excess to a orbiting outpost, group officials pronounced Sunday (May 21). The ...

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Scientists Sneak A Peek At How Ladybugs Fold Their Wings

Credit: University of Tokyo With a assistance of high-speed cameras, CT scanners and some nail-art supplies, scientists in Japan have managed to locate a glance of a elaborate approach that ladybugs overlay their wings to tuck them away. The investigate ...

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‘Doomsday’ seed safe meant to tarry tellurian disasters breached by meridian change

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The seed bank designed to safety a world’s crops and plants in a eventuality of tellurian disaster isn’t prepared to withstand a biggest tellurian disaster confronting a planet: tellurian warming. Melting permafrost on a Norwegian island of Spitsbergen, where a ...

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Thanks to tellurian warming, Antarctica is commencement to spin green

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Moss on Green Island. (Matt Amesbury) Researchers in Antarctica have detected fast flourishing banks of mosses on a ice continent’s northern peninsula, providing distinguished justification of meridian change in a coldest and many remote tools of a planet. Amid a ...

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Scientists Glued Fake Caterpillars On Plants Worldwide. Here’s What Happened

A plasticine larva glistens with dampness while available intensity predator attacks in a timberland of Tai Po Kau, Hong Kong. Chung Yun Tak/Science hide caption toggle caption Chung Yun Tak/Science A plasticine larva glistens with dampness while available intensity predator ...

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Shockingly realistic dinosaur hoary creates open debut

Meet nodosaur, a climax valuables of a newly non-stop dinosaur vaunt during a Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology in Alberta, Canada. Considering a nodosaur is roughly 110 million years old, a sleeping hulk we see when we demeanour during it ...

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Shockingly realistic dinosaur hoary creates open debut

Meet nodosaur, a climax valuables of a newly non-stop dinosaur vaunt during a Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology in Alberta, Canada. Considering a nodosaur is roughly 110 million years old, a sleeping hulk we see when we demeanour during it ...

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