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Japan creates first artificial crater on asteroid

Thursday  16:49,   25 april 2019
msn

Japanese scientists have succeeded in creating what they called the first-ever artificial crater on an asteroid, a step towards shedding light on how the solar system evolved, the country's space agency said... >>>

Japan creates first artificial crater on asteroid

Thursday  16:49,   25 april 2019
msn

Japanese scientists have succeeded in creating what they called the first-ever artificial crater on an asteroid, a step towards shedding light on how the solar system evolved, the country's space agency said... >>>

Saturn Moon Has Lakes Filled With Liquid Methane

Thursday  16:47,   25 april 2019
ibtimes

The Saturn moon Titan was discovered to have deep lakes filled with liquid... >>>

These Governments Want To Fight Air Pollution By Controlling The Weather

Thursday  09:00,   25 april 2019
gizmodo.com.au

Air pollution is taking over cities around the world. Australia's air is fairly clean by international standards, though it still has a way to go. In countries such as South Korea and Thailand, however, that air pollution is on a whole other level.... >>>

New device translates brain activity into speech. Here’s how.

Thursday  09:00,   25 april 2019
nationalgeographic

The research may one day give voice to people who lost speech from neurological... >>>

Possible Marsquake Detected By NASA's InSight Lander

Thursday  08:30,   25 april 2019
gizmodo.com.au

Using its ultra-sensitive seismometer, NASA’s InSight lander has waited patiently to detect its first marsquake. Scientists now have good reason to believe it finally... >>>

Elon Musk Was Right: Cheap Cameras Could Replace LIDAR On Self-Driving Cars, Researchers Find

Thursday  07:56,   25 april 2019
gizmodo.com.au

Among the many tidbits of wisdom that Elon Musk dropped at a Tesla company investor event early this week was the revelation that LIDAR, a laser-based scanning technology that images objects in 3D, was “friggin’ stupid”, and that “anyone relying on... >>>

Facebook Stories somehow hits 500 million daily users

Thursday  07:30,   25 april 2019
theverge

We can’t explain it... >>>

The Samsung Galaxy Fold Isn't A Phone - It's A Prototype

Thursday  07:10,   25 april 2019
lifehacker.com.au

Samsung has retrieved, or is trying to retrieve, all the Galaxy Fold devices that they released to reviewers following reports of all sorts of... >>>

Australian Lime Scooters Hacked To Say Sexual Things To Riders

Thursday  07:00,   25 april 2019
gizmodo.com.au

At least eight Lime e-scooters have been pulled from the streets of Brisbane this week after they were hacked to say sexual and otherwise offensive things. Lime calls the hack “disappointing”. “OK, if you’re going to ride my a** then please pull my... >>>

LG to halt phone manufacturing in South Korea for 2019

Thursday  05:45,   25 april 2019
cnet

LG is reportedly moving production to one of its existing factories in... >>>

Young stars love to destroy planet atmospheres, new study suggests

Thursday  05:25,   25 april 2019
bgr

New exoplanet discoveries have been piling up fast in recent years, and whenever astronomers confirm the existence of another planet there's always an immediate interest in whether or not that planet could support... >>>

Scientists discover the 'strangest crab that has ever lived'

Thursday  04:35,   25 april 2019
msn

It's been described as a "beautiful... >>>

A photographer recorded Saturn 'touching' the moon with his smartphone, and the pictures are stunning

Thursday  03:55,   25 april 2019
businessinsider.com.au

Planets and moons line up and "touch" in the night sky during astronomical events called conjunctions. When the moon eclipsed Saturn in March, Grant Petersen, a South African astrophotographer, was... >>>

Royal Vase Gives Clues to Collapse of Maya Civilization

Thursday  02:30,   25 april 2019
newsweek

Scientists discovered the shattered vase at the site of a royal palace in... >>>