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  • Roman Space Telescope Will Accelerate Exoplanet Search 500X Faster Than Hubble
    Roman spacecraft render
    The newly named Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope – formerly called the Wide-Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST) – is set to launch in the mid-2020s.
  • Astronauts Behnken And Hurley Made Prank Calls Inside Endeavour Spacecraft
    SpaceX Demo-2
    To kill time while waiting to be extracted after splashdown, NASA astronauts had a bit of fun.
  • NASA's Curiosity Rover Marks 8 Years On Mars
    This view of the three left wheels of NASA's Mars rover Curiosity combines two images that were taken by the rover during the 34th Martian day
    Curiosity landed on Mars' Gale Crater in August 2012.
  • New Biomaterial Could Shield Astronauts From Harmful Radiation
    Flight Engineers Nick Hague and Christina Koch of NASA go on a spacewalk
    A new form of melanin has the ability to protect human tissue from harmful radiation during spaceflight.
  • Study: Childhood Abuse, Trauma Results In Premature Aging
    Children take part in a lesson after schools reopened for grades 1-3 amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown in Warsaw, Poland
    A new study describes why children who suffer trauma often face poor health later in life.
  • This Virus Can Turn On Cancer-Related Genes
    Stomach cancer illustration
    The findings provide fresh insights that may lead to new therapies for the stomach and other virus-related malignancies.
  • What Makes Sarecycline Effective In Treating Acne?
    Study Details How Sarecycline Acts As Acne Treatment
    Sarecycline was approved by the FDA in October 2018 for the treatment of moderate to severe acne vulgaris.
  • Study: Hair Can Shed Light On Dietary Choices, Socioeconomic Status
    A hairstylist wearing a face shield works on the hair of the client Susan Hepple at the Hair by Reiss salon
    Isotopes in the food we eat build up in our hair, revealing intimate details about diet and income.
  • NASA To Conduct Further Studies Of Jupiter Using James Webb James Webb Space Telescope
    The Galilean satellite Io floats above the cloudtops of Jupiter
    The largest planet in the solar system holds a lot of secrets that the Webb telescope will attempt to uncover.
  • Early Mars May Have Been Covered In Ice Sheets
    The crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy, in the midst of their ICESCAPE mission, retrieves supplies dropped by parachute in the Arctic Ocean
    The new findings effectively throw cold water on the dominant hypothesis, which postulates that rivers, rainfall, and oceans once existed on Mars.
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