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Dating the stars -- Scientist provide most accurate picture yet - EurekAlert
  1. Dating the stars -- Scientist provide most accurate picture yet  EurekAlert
  2. The Milky Way may have grown up faster than astronomers suspected  Science News Magazine
  3. New evidence of how and when the Milky Way came together: Aging individual stars helped date an early merger event  Science Daily
  4. The Oldest Stars in Our Galaxy Predate The Gaia Sausage, Astronomers Find  ScienceAlert
  5. Dating of Milky Way stars 'sharpens view on early years of galaxy'  The Irish News
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Scientists Find Plutonium Made in Outer Space on Ocean Floor - Smithsonian Magazine
Scientists Find Plutonium Made in Outer Space on Ocean Floor  Smithsonian Magazine

Neutron stars may not be as squishy as some scientists thought - Science News Magazine
Neutron stars may not be as squishy as some scientists thought  Science News Magazine

NU astrophysicists develop largest-ever star formation simulation - Daily Northwestern
NU astrophysicists develop largest-ever star formation simulation  Daily Northwestern

Stars made of antimatter could lurk in the Milky Way - Science News Magazine
Stars made of antimatter could lurk in the Milky Way  Science News Magazine

Mysterious ‘yellowballs’ littering the Milky Way are clusters of newborn stars - Science News Magazine
Mysterious ‘yellowballs’ littering the Milky Way are clusters of newborn stars  Science News Magazine

When Scientific Orthodoxy Resembles Religious Dogma - Scientific American
When Scientific Orthodoxy Resembles Religious Dogma  Scientific American

Educators honored as 'STEM stars' - The Morning Sun
Educators honored as 'STEM stars'  The Morning Sun

A rare glimpse of a star before it went supernova defies expectations - Science News Magazine
A rare glimpse of a star before it went supernova defies expectations  Science News Magazine

Mixing massive stars - EurekAlert
Mixing massive stars  EurekAlert

Distant star drowns its partner in gas, forming gorgeous 'Necklace Nebula' - Livescience.com
Distant star drowns its partner in gas, forming gorgeous 'Necklace Nebula'  Livescience.com

Planet-forming disks around stars may come preloaded with ingredients for life - Science News Magazine
Planet-forming disks around stars may come preloaded with ingredients for life  Science News Magazine

The science of spin: Asteroseismologists confirm older stars rotate faster than expected - Science Daily
The science of spin: Asteroseismologists confirm older stars rotate faster than expected  Science Daily

Trace seabed plutonium points to stellar forges of heavy elements - Science Magazine
Trace seabed plutonium points to stellar forges of heavy elements  Science Magazine

Watch a black hole tear a star to bits in epic new animation - Livescience.com
Watch a black hole tear a star to bits in epic new animation  Livescience.com

Shohei Ohtani is a freak of nature, but can the two-way star keep going? - USA TODAY
Shohei Ohtani is a freak of nature, but can the two-way star keep going?  USA TODAY

Staring into space: Physicists predict neutron stars may be bigger than previously imagined - Florida State News
Staring into space: Physicists predict neutron stars may be bigger than previously imagined  Florida State News

Stars made of antimatter could exist in the Milky Way - Livescience.com
Stars made of antimatter could exist in the Milky Way  Livescience.com

Rare plutonium from space found in deep-sea crust - Livescience.com
Rare plutonium from space found in deep-sea crust  Livescience.com

How highly magnetized neutron stars set off powerful cosmic explosions - Science Magazine
How highly magnetized neutron stars set off powerful cosmic explosions  Science Magazine

Astronomers Discover What Could Be One of The Oldest Stars in The Known Universe - ScienceAlert
Astronomers Discover What Could Be One of The Oldest Stars in The Known Universe  ScienceAlert

Here’s why people picked certain stars as constellations - Science News for Students
Here’s why people picked certain stars as constellations  Science News for Students

Astronomers Confirm Third-Nearest Star With a Planet – And It's Rocky Like Earth - SciTechDaily
Astronomers Confirm Third-Nearest Star With a Planet – And It's Rocky Like Earth  SciTechDaily

Lessons learned from 'The Cat in the Hat,' URI students, Rhode Island's teachers - URI Today
Lessons learned from 'The Cat in the Hat,' URI students, Rhode Island's teachers  URI Today

In slow motion against antibiotic resistance - EurekAlert
In slow motion against antibiotic resistance  EurekAlert

Space junk is blocking our view of the stars, scientists say - Livescience.com
Space junk is blocking our view of the stars, scientists say  Livescience.com

One of Earth's nearest stars may be a dark matter factory - Livescience.com
One of Earth's nearest stars may be a dark matter factory  Livescience.com

Shrinking planets could explain mystery of universe's missing worlds - EurekAlert
Shrinking planets could explain mystery of universe's missing worlds  EurekAlert

How Do You Photograph a Black Hole? | Magazine - MoMA
How Do You Photograph a Black Hole? | Magazine  MoMA

Plutonium discovered deep in the Pacific Ocean 'fell from space' - The National
Plutonium discovered deep in the Pacific Ocean 'fell from space'  The National

Four new species of sponge that lay undiscovered in plain sight - Science Daily
Four new species of sponge that lay undiscovered in plain sight  Science Daily

James Webb Space Telescope's golden mirror in final test - BBC News
James Webb Space Telescope's golden mirror in final test  BBC News

Scientists Are Close to Finally Solving the Three-Body Problem - Popular Mechanics
Scientists Are Close to Finally Solving the Three-Body Problem  Popular Mechanics

Neutron stars may be bigger than expected, measurement of lead nucleus suggests - Science Magazine
Neutron stars may be bigger than expected, measurement of lead nucleus suggests  Science Magazine

Faraway NASA probe detects the eerie hum of interstellar space - Reuters
Faraway NASA probe detects the eerie hum of interstellar space  Reuters

Star light, star bright...as explained by math - EurekAlert
Star light, star bright...as explained by math  EurekAlert

Chad Kalepa Baybayan, Seafarer Who Sailed Using the Stars, Dies at 64 - The New York Times
Chad Kalepa Baybayan, Seafarer Who Sailed Using the Stars, Dies at 64  The New York Times

The People Behind Astronomical Plates and Notebooks: Project PHaEDRA and the Harvard College Observatory Computers - National Air and Space Museum
The People Behind Astronomical Plates and Notebooks: Project PHaEDRA and the Harvard College Observatory Computers  National Air and Space Museum

Three individuals with Stanford affiliations named 2021 Knight-Hennessy Scholars - Stanford Today - Stanford University News
Three individuals with Stanford affiliations named 2021 Knight-Hennessy Scholars - Stanford Today  Stanford University News

Humongous flare from sun's nearest neighbor breaks records - CU Boulder Today
Humongous flare from sun's nearest neighbor breaks records  CU Boulder Today

Here Is Why Scientists Think There Is Life on Other Planets - 24/7 Wall St.
Here Is Why Scientists Think There Is Life on Other Planets  24/7 Wall St.

LAMOST helps Gaia achieve millimagnitude photometry precision - EurekAlert
LAMOST helps Gaia achieve millimagnitude photometry precision  EurekAlert

Scientists Mine 16th Century Ship Logs for Geophysical Research - Eos
Scientists Mine 16th Century Ship Logs for Geophysical Research  Eos

60Fe and 244Pu deposited on Earth constrain the r-process yields of recent nearby supernovae - Science Magazine
60Fe and 244Pu deposited on Earth constrain the r-process yields of recent nearby supernovae  Science Magazine

How ex-Blink 182 member Tom DeLonge helped shine a light on UFO encounters - The Independent
How ex-Blink 182 member Tom DeLonge helped shine a light on UFO encounters  The Independent

How Much Time Does Humanity Have Left? - Scientific American
How Much Time Does Humanity Have Left?  Scientific American

Depression: Why We Need an Operation Warp Speed for Treatments - TIME
Depression: Why We Need an Operation Warp Speed for Treatments  TIME

'Titanium Bubbles' May Explain Why Stars Explode Despite Running Out of Fuel - ScienceAlert
'Titanium Bubbles' May Explain Why Stars Explode Despite Running Out of Fuel  ScienceAlert

Quantum Astronomy Could Create Telescopes Hundreds of Kilometers Wide - Scientific American
Quantum Astronomy Could Create Telescopes Hundreds of Kilometers Wide  Scientific American

How Habitable Are Planets That Orbit Red Dwarfs – The Most Common Type of Stars in the Galaxy? - SciTechDaily
How Habitable Are Planets That Orbit Red Dwarfs – The Most Common Type of Stars in the Galaxy?  SciTechDaily

A black hole dubbed 'the Unicorn' may be galaxy's smallest one - Reuters
A black hole dubbed 'the Unicorn' may be galaxy's smallest one  Reuters

Warp Drives and Negative Energy: Physicists Give Chances of Faster-Than-Light Space Travel a Boost - SciTechDaily
Warp Drives and Negative Energy: Physicists Give Chances of Faster-Than-Light Space Travel a Boost  SciTechDaily

Chinese scientists find particles of ultrahigh energy in Milky Way - The Star Online
Chinese scientists find particles of ultrahigh energy in Milky Way  The Star Online

Black Hole Spin Discovery Could Shed Light on General Relativity and the Lifespan of Stars - SciTechDaily
Black Hole Spin Discovery Could Shed Light on General Relativity and the Lifespan of Stars  SciTechDaily

Voyager 1 captures faint ripples in the stuff between the stars - Nature.com
Voyager 1 captures faint ripples in the stuff between the stars  Nature.com

60 years later, is it time to update the Drake equation? - Phys.org
60 years later, is it time to update the Drake equation?  Phys.org

Red Dwarfs: Can Humans Live on Exoplanets Orbiting the Most Common and Long-Lasting Stars in the Galaxy? - Science Times
Red Dwarfs: Can Humans Live on Exoplanets Orbiting the Most Common and Long-Lasting Stars in the Galaxy?  Science Times

Scientists identify key trends in high-energy-density mixing layers - Mirage News
Scientists identify key trends in high-energy-density mixing layers  Mirage News

Spider-Man: No Way Home Star Shares Beat-up Peter Parker BTS Photo - CBR - Comic Book Resources
Spider-Man: No Way Home Star Shares Beat-up Peter Parker BTS Photo  CBR - Comic Book Resources

Biology Student Following in Father's Footsteps - CSUSM NewsCenter
Biology Student Following in Father's Footsteps  CSUSM NewsCenter

Kopernik Observatory & Science Center gears up for Saturday's annual "Race to the Stars" 5K - WBNG-TV
Kopernik Observatory & Science Center gears up for Saturday's annual "Race to the Stars" 5K  WBNG-TV

Neanderthal cave discovery and more top space and science stories this week - KITV Honolulu
Neanderthal cave discovery and more top space and science stories this week  KITV Honolulu

Alien Life May Not Be Like Earth Life: Scientists Find Molecular Patterns That May Help Identify Extraterrestrial Life - SciTechDaily
Alien Life May Not Be Like Earth Life: Scientists Find Molecular Patterns That May Help Identify Extraterrestrial Life  SciTechDaily

Interstellar measurements at ANSTO provide new insights into the formation of gold and other heavy elements - Space Ref
Interstellar measurements at ANSTO provide new insights into the formation of gold and other heavy elements  Space Ref

That moving line of 'stars' over Becker County Thursday night was a SpaceX satellite cluster - Detroit Lakes Tribune
That moving line of 'stars' over Becker County Thursday night was a SpaceX satellite cluster  Detroit Lakes Tribune

NASA Hubble Shares Sparkling Image Of A Loose Star Cluster ‘NGC 2040’! - Mashable India
NASA Hubble Shares Sparkling Image Of A Loose Star Cluster ‘NGC 2040’!  Mashable India

Prince Harry and Oprah Release a First Look at Their Star-Studded Mental Health Documentary - Vanity Fair
Prince Harry and Oprah Release a First Look at Their Star-Studded Mental Health Documentary  Vanity Fair

Hubble captures giant star on the edge of destruction - Science Daily
Hubble captures giant star on the edge of destruction  Science Daily

Wayne State student selected for DOE's Office of Science Graduate Student Research Program - EurekAlert
Wayne State student selected for DOE's Office of Science Graduate Student Research Program  EurekAlert

Starwatch: Corvus, Crater and Hydra tangled in ancient tale of figs and lies - The Guardian
Starwatch: Corvus, Crater and Hydra tangled in ancient tale of figs and lies  The Guardian

80’s Stars Scott Baio, Ricky Schroder Criticize Costco For Requiring Face Masks - Forbes
80’s Stars Scott Baio, Ricky Schroder Criticize Costco For Requiring Face Masks  Forbes

Aussie Stem Stars – Gisela Kaplan - The Science Show - ABC News
Aussie Stem Stars – Gisela Kaplan - The Science Show  ABC News

Winchester Science Centre ready to welcome visitors as lockdown eases - Hampshire Chronicle
Winchester Science Centre ready to welcome visitors as lockdown eases  Hampshire Chronicle

The sun is getting stormier, and it’ll peak just in time for a total solar eclipse - National Geographic UK
The sun is getting stormier, and it’ll peak just in time for a total solar eclipse  National Geographic UK

Music on Mars: If you thought space was silent, take a closer listen - CBC.ca
Music on Mars: If you thought space was silent, take a closer listen  CBC.ca

Saturn has a fuzzy core, spread over more than half the planet’s diameter - Science News Magazine
Saturn has a fuzzy core, spread over more than half the planet’s diameter  Science News Magazine

Q&A: James Floyd on his nontraditional path to a physics degree at age 75 - Physics Today
Q&A: James Floyd on his nontraditional path to a physics degree at age 75  Physics Today

Snag a three-year subscription to PlayStation Plus for a great price - Popular Science
Snag a three-year subscription to PlayStation Plus for a great price  Popular Science

Seeing the Bigger Picture | News Center | University of Nevada, Las Vegas - UNLV NewsCenter
Seeing the Bigger Picture | News Center | University of Nevada, Las Vegas  UNLV NewsCenter

Biodiversity loss in warming oceans | Stanford News - Stanford University News
Biodiversity loss in warming oceans | Stanford News  Stanford University News

Geoscientist Shichun Huang Receives NSF CAREER Award | College of Sciences | University of Nevada, Las Vegas - UNLV NewsCenter
Geoscientist Shichun Huang Receives NSF CAREER Award | College of Sciences | University of Nevada, Las Vegas  UNLV NewsCenter

"Oddball Supernova" Appears Strangely Cool Before Exploding – "Stretches What's Physically Possible!" - SciTechDaily
"Oddball Supernova" Appears Strangely Cool Before Exploding – "Stretches What's Physically Possible!"  SciTechDaily

NASA shares iconic image of cosmic clouds silver lining emission nebula NGC 2313 - Republic World
NASA shares iconic image of cosmic clouds silver lining emission nebula NGC 2313  Republic World

Staying grounded in space requires artificial gravity - Science News for Students
Staying grounded in space requires artificial gravity  Science News for Students

Football stars hail COVID-19 vaccine as 'best defence' of 2021 - Mirage News
Football stars hail COVID-19 vaccine as 'best defence' of 2021  Mirage News

In Search of the Next Science Stars of the UK and Israel | The New York Academy of Sciences - The New York Academy of Sciences
In Search of the Next Science Stars of the UK and Israel | The New York Academy of Sciences  The New York Academy of Sciences

Some dead stars may harbor enough uranium to set off a thermonuclear bomb - Science Magazine
Some dead stars may harbor enough uranium to set off a thermonuclear bomb  Science Magazine

Uranium ‘snowflakes’ could set off thermonuclear explosions of dead stars - Science News Magazine
Uranium ‘snowflakes’ could set off thermonuclear explosions of dead stars  Science News Magazine

Here’s why humans chose particular groups of stars as constellations - Science News Magazine
Here’s why humans chose particular groups of stars as constellations  Science News Magazine

A record-breaking, oxygen-starved galaxy may be full of gigantic stars’ shrapnel - Science News Magazine
A record-breaking, oxygen-starved galaxy may be full of gigantic stars’ shrapnel  Science News Magazine

Astronomers spotted colliding neutron stars that may have formed a magnetar - Science News
Astronomers spotted colliding neutron stars that may have formed a magnetar  Science News

Astronomers detect a bright-blue bridge of stars, and it's about to blow - Livescience.com
Astronomers detect a bright-blue bridge of stars, and it's about to blow  Livescience.com

Runaway stars may create the mysterious ultraviolet glow around some galaxies - Science News
Runaway stars may create the mysterious ultraviolet glow around some galaxies  Science News

Surprise twist suggests stars grow competitively - Science Daily
Surprise twist suggests stars grow competitively  Science Daily

(Sub)stellar companions shape the winds of evolved stars - Science Magazine
(Sub)stellar companions shape the winds of evolved stars  Science Magazine

Qatar Foundation's Stars Of Science Selects Season 12's Top Eight Innovators - PRNewswire
Qatar Foundation's Stars Of Science Selects Season 12's Top Eight Innovators  PRNewswire

Stars, brains, and enzymes: a celebration of MIT science - MIT News
Stars, brains, and enzymes: a celebration of MIT science  MIT News

QF's Stars Of Science Invites Aspiring Innovators To Apply For Season 13 - PRNewswire
QF's Stars Of Science Invites Aspiring Innovators To Apply For Season 13  PRNewswire

STEM STARS GREECE: Looking for Greek Science Stars Competition Final | Awards Ceremony | US Embassy & Consulate in Greece - US Embassy in Greece - USEmbassy.gov
STEM STARS GREECE: Looking for Greek Science Stars Competition Final | Awards Ceremony | US Embassy & Consulate in Greece  US Embassy in Greece - USEmbassy.gov

Previously thought to be science fiction, a planet in a triple-star system has been discovered - The Conversation US
Previously thought to be science fiction, a planet in a triple-star system has been discovered  The Conversation US