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Gene Cernan, Last Astronaut to Walk on the Moon, Dies at 82NDTVAstronaut Gene Cernan traced his only child's initials in the dust of the lunar surface. Then he climbed into the lunar module for the ride home, becoming the last person to walk on the moon. It was a moment that defined the Apollo 17 commander in both ...Gene Cernan, last astronaut to walk on moon, dies at 82The Indian ExpressEugene Cernan, last man to walk on the moon, dead at 82Economic TimesThe last man on the moon now belongs to the universe: Eugene Cernan passes away at 82India TodayBusiness Standard -TIME -Space.com -Hindustan Timesall 276 news articles »
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NASA's Gaming App Allows You Grow Plants On International Space Station!NDTVWashington: NASA has launched a gaming app that allows you to virtually float around the International Space Station (ISS), meet the crew and even grow plants using your smartphone. In the game "Space Science Investigations: Plant Growth," players have ...Meet the ISS crew and grow plants in zero gravity through NASA's new gaming app!Zee NewsMobile game that allows you to grow plants on ISSBusiness StandardNASA's New App Is 'The Sims' In Space, With PlantsGizmodo AustraliaTech Times -Daily Mail -The Space Review -Chron.comall 20 news articles »
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Galactic murder mystery: Researchers find dark matter 'killing galaxies'FirstpostSydney: Australian astrophysicists have come a step closer to solving a galactic murder mystery on Tuesday when they studied the effects of dark matter in 11,000 galaxies, a media report said. They saw that when gas was rapidly stripped from a galaxy ...Aussie research finds dark matter "killing Galaxies"XinhuaDark matter halls are stripping galaxies of their gas lifebloodNEWS.com.auGreen-hot galaxies reveal clues to the ancient universeEngadgetYahoo Newsall 8 news articles »
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Economic Times
Our universe contains two trillion galaxies: StudyEconomic TimesLONDON: Our universe contains an astonishing two trillion galaxies, ten times more than previously thought, according to a new study published today. Astronomers have long sought to determine how many galaxies there are in the observable universe, the ...and more »
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NASA reveals stunning view of Jupiter's Great Red Spot along with beautiful 'string of pearls'News NationThe Great Red Spot is a massive, spinning storm in the atmosphere of Jupiter, just like a hurricane on Earth. It is more than twice the size of Earth. By News Nation Bureau | Updated On : January 17, 2017 12:31 PM. Jupiter's Great Red Spot seen in ...Stunning new viewThe HinduNASA: Don't miss Jupiter's Great Red SpotThe Indian ExpressNASA's Juno spacecraft : Citizen scientist recreates this half-lit image of JupiterInternational Business Times, India EditionPc-Tablet Media -The Nation -The Sun -Siliconrepublic.comall 23 news articles »
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Skywalker hoolock gibbon is the new starThe HinduAlthough scientists had been studying theprimatefor some time, new research has revealed it is in fact a different species. It has been named the Skywalker hoolock gibbon by its discoverers, who are Star Wars fans. The name is also a nod to the fact ...May the force be with Simian SkywalkerEconomic TimesScientists claim new gibbon species _ name it SkywalkerMiami HeraldNew Primate Species Found in China Already EndangeredEnvironment News ServiceDeccan Chronicle -University Heraldall 8 news articles »
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Dinosaurs became extinct because of frigid conditions caused by acid clouds, finds new studyScroll.inThe annual average temperature was below freezing for three years after an asteroid's impact, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research scientists said. by Scroll Staff. Published 7 hours ago. Dinosaurs became extinct because of frigid conditions ...The dinosaurs might have died a much slower death than we thoughtScienceAlertCold And Darkness After Asteroid Impact Killed The DinosaursTech TimesHow the darkness and the cold killed the dinosaursSpace DailyThe Daily Galaxy (blog) -Siliconrepublic.com -News18 -The Sunall 18 news articles »
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Giant 'bulge' spotted on Venus indication of a massive gravity wave?Zee NewsNew Delhi: As of now, there are numerous spacecrafts circling around in space conducting probes on the different planets that comprise our solar system. Among them, the Akatsuki probe – a Japanese space mission – that is centered around investigating ...Giant gravity wave spotted on VenusCNETAn Enormous Atmospheric Anomaly Has Been Spotted On VenusGizmodo AustraliaVenus wave may be Solar System's biggestBBC NewsThe Conversation UK -Christian Science Monitor -The Guardian -WIREDall 27 news articles »
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Molecules tied into tightest knot ever!Business StandardScientists have tied molecules into the tightest knot ever achieved - a breakthrough that may pave the way for a new generation of light, super-strong and flexible materials. Researchers from University of Manchester in the UK developed a way to braid ...and more »
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Baxley Report
The Short Interest in Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC) Rises By 28.2%DailyQuintComputer Sciences Corp. (NYSE:CSC) was the recipient of a significant increase in short interest in October. As of October 31st, there was short interest totalling 12,846,452 shares, an increase of 28.2% from the October 14th total of 10,017,622 shares.Computer Sciences Corporation Forecasted to Post FY2017 Earnings of $2.79 Per Share (CSC)Sports PerspectivesComputer Sciences Corporation (NYSE:CSC) Approaching Earnings Date: What matter for investors?The Voice RegistrarSEC Exclusive: As Computer Sciences Corp (CSC) Share Value Rose, Marcato Capital Management LP Has Upped ...The Herald Beaconall 20 news articles »
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