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On 19 June

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1 Cancer-Fighting Drug, Algae and Mice Headed to International Space Station on SpaceX Dragon
SpaceX is targeting June 29 as the launch date for its next cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station.
21h 26min 1sec ago
2 Aevum's New Rocket-Drone Airplane Duo Could Launch Satellites Every 3 Hours
A new startup called Aevum aims to launch satellites to Earth orbit every 3 hours using rockets carried on a fully autonomous unmanned airplane.
21h 39min 2sec ago
3 "Losing the Nobel Prize": A Q&A with Author and Astrophysicist Brian Keating
The glory of the iconic Nobel Prize accolade is the dream of many scientists. Author and astrophysicist Brian Keating spoke about the ups and downs along his journey, and lessons learned.
22h 44min 1sec ago
4 Relativity: The Thought Experiments Behind Einstein's Theory
Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity is a monumental achievement of human ingenuity, creativity and perseverance ? to say the least.
22h 50min 2sec ago
5 Why Does Venus Spin So Weirdly?
For years, scientists have been unable to agree on the length of a day on Venus, but one new study might put an end to this confusion.
23h 37min 1sec ago
6 Solving the 200-Year-Old Mystery of a Strange Eclipsing Star
The two-century-old mystery of what causes a star to dim for two years out of every 27 may be close to being solved, thanks to the ESA's Gaia spacecraft.
1d 4min 1sec ago
7 Trump Orders Space Force for 'American Dominance,' Signs Space-Traffic Policy
President Donald Trump directed officials Monday (June 18) to establish a military Space Force before signing a new U.S. policy for space traffic control.
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8 Space Calendar 2018: Launches, Sky Events & More
Here's a guide to the major astronomical events of the next year, as well as space launches and milestones for spacecrafts already in travel.
16h 54min 2sec ago
9 President Trump to Sign Space Traffic Management Policy
President Trump will sign a new space policy directive June 18 addressing space traffic management issues.
18h 18min 1sec ago
10 On This Day In Space! June 18, 1983: Sally Ride Becomes 1st American Woman in Space
On June 18, 1983, NASA astronaut Sally Ride became America's first woman in space after she and four colleagues blasted off on the space shuttle Challenger for the STS-7 mission. See how it happened in our On This Day in Space video series.
21h 13min 2sec ago
11 Early Earth's Habitability Could Boost the Chances of Alien Life
The early Earth may have been more temperate than previously thought, suggesting that the window for life to get a foothold on rocky planets around the galaxy could be quite large.
21h 24min 2sec ago
12 This Pride, Be Inspired by Sally Ride's Legacy
Sally Ride ? the United States' first woman in space ? has inspired countless people, as she lived a life committed to science, education and inclusion.
21h 24min 2sec ago
13 Portal to the Universe Star Shredded by Rare Breed of Black Hole
NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory:
15h 24min 2sec ago
14 Feedburner Blogs Dazzling satellite video reveals lightning dancing inside a mega-complex of thunderstorms
As a giant complex of thunderstorms blew across Iowa and into Illinois and Missouri on June 14, the GOES-16 weather satellite was watching ? and mapping the crackling lightning discharges.The result is the video above, originally posted to the terrific GOES-16 Loop of the Day site. I found it so compelling that I wanted to share it here at ImaGeo.You're looking at a "mesoscale convective system" ? a group of thunderstorms that organize into a large complex. And this MCS is indeed ver
10h 54min 2sec ago
15 Feedburner Blogs Dating Do-Over For Anzick-1, Famous First Americans Burial
He is arguably the most famous ancient American baby: an infant First American whose partial remains were found 50 years ago on a Montana ranch. But while Anzick-1, as the child is known, changed our understanding of the human history of the Americas, critics have complained the dates around the burial are messy, and throw the significance of the site into question.Today, researchers announce the results of a second look at the dating discrepancy that's caused controversy over the famous
13h 23min 15sec ago
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