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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 6 3939
Beyond the Hubble telescope 7 RussBLib Sunday 3 min ago 14 365
Ceres' bright spots return to view in new Dawn spacecraft images from NASA 8 n2doc 8 hrs ago 3 hrs ago 8 197
Astronomers discover largest known structure in the universe is ... a big hole 7 IDemo 4 hrs ago 3 hrs ago 7 271
New glass frog with translucent skin found in Costa Rica 3 Judi Lynn 23 hrs ago 3 hrs ago 5 197
Dawn spacecraft captures Ceres’ sunlit pole 2 Panich52 Friday 4 hrs ago 2 203
Sperm whale meets deep-sea vehicle 8 Panich52 Friday 4 hrs ago 37 1658
Discovery of 43 fossilised dinosaur eggs 2 tencats 13 hrs ago 7 hrs ago 5 235
New species of frog found in Costa Rica looks just like Kermit 5 n2doc 14 hrs ago 11 hrs ago 12 412
Lyrid meteor shower active / 10 tips f/ watching 0 Panich52 12 hrs ago 12 hrs ago 3 133
Celebrate 25 years of Hubble Space Telescope 0 Panich52 13 hrs ago 13 hrs ago 2 74
Logic problem given to 15 yr old Singapore students 26 Ichingcarpenter Thursday 14 hrs ago 3 697
This message was self-deleted by its author 0 Agnosticsherbet Saturday Saturday 0 65
Dinosaur Feathers Discovered in Canadian Amber. 0 elleng Friday Friday 24 437
Incredible Hidden Cave in Laos 5 n2doc Friday Friday 33 902
Earth ate a Mercury-like body early in its history, study finds 1 Jim__ Friday Friday 3 295
18th century sex toy found in ancient latrine 6 Panich52 Thursday Friday 3 453
The world's first 3D-printed, battery powered rocket engine destined for space 1 Ichingcarpenter Friday Friday 6 189
Friday FAQ: What is the smell of rain? 1 Panich52 Friday Friday 4 202
Experience 2 months of Rosetta’s comet 0 Panich52 Friday Friday 3 137
NASA is celebrating the Hubble Space Telescope's 25th anniversary...April 24, 1990 1 Ichingcarpenter Friday Friday 8 172
Women in science: 3 Ptah Thursday Friday 24 744
Artificial Photosynthesis: Solar-Powered Green Chemistry Rehabilitates CO2 -Science 2.0 0 WillyT Thursday Thursday 5 201
Knuckle-Cracking Produces Mysterious White Flash, Gas 2 Panich52 Thursday Thursday 2 299
Cardiac tissue grown on 'spider silk' substrate 2 Panich52 Apr 13 Thursday 3 194
Science can be fun! Learn about the octopus.... 2 WillParkinson Tuesday Thursday 12 726
The relative sizes of all known moons and small planets in the solar system 0 Ichingcarpenter Thursday Thursday 6 383
LHC has 5 new goals..... search for extra dimensions among other stuff 1 Ichingcarpenter Thursday Thursday 4 209
'Dark matter' not dark: Scientists find it interacts with forces other than just gravity 6 Surya Gayatri Wednesday Wednesday 5 302
Dark matter may not be so dark after all 2 Panich52 Wednesday Wednesday 0 169
New Horizons' first color pic of Pluto 1 Panich52 Wednesday Wednesday 2 226
Watch April 16 telecon on MESSENGER’s crash into Mercury 0 Panich52 Wednesday Wednesday 4 156
SpaceX Liftoff 0 Panich52 Wednesday Wednesday 2 117
First Pluto-Charon Color Image from New Horizons 4 TexasTowelie Tuesday Wednesday 13 362
Women Preferred 2:1 in Academic Science Jobs 1 n2doc Tuesday Wednesday 5 188
Robot chef that can cook any of 2,000 meals at tap of a button to go on sale in 2017 14 Bosonic Tuesday Wednesday 12 1094
In the sea, a deadly form of leukemia is catching 2 Panich52 Apr 13 Wednesday 7 282
Two mysterious bright spots on dwarf planet Ceres are not alike 3 n2doc Tuesday Wednesday 9 293
Monday's SpaceX launch scrubbed, rescheduled 1 Panich52 Tuesday Tuesday 1 118
Color map suggests a once-active Ceres 0 Panich52 Tuesday Tuesday 3 155
2 articles on Mars' water discoveries 0 Panich52 Tuesday Tuesday 0 168
No more instant coffee in space! / Power nap w/ coffee 0 Panich52 Tuesday Tuesday 0 173
When you land, can you stand? One-Year Mission video miniseries: Functional performance 0 Panich52 Tuesday Tuesday 0 177
Synthetic muscle ready for launch into space 0 Panich52 Tuesday Tuesday 1 116
Scientists think they have spotted the only black flamingo in the world 10 n2doc Apr 12 Tuesday 37 1398
Giant sea lizards in the age of dinosaurs: A new birth story for baby mosasaurs 0 Panich52 Apr 13 Apr 13 2 161
Celebrate International Dark Sky Week! 0 Panich52 Apr 13 Apr 13 2 123
A North Carolina education bill would be a disaster for research and pedagogy. 5 n2doc Apr 13 Apr 13 5 186
Animal Picassos Take to the Canvas 0 Panich52 Apr 13 Apr 13 0 151
Bounce A Battery to Learn If It Is Still Good -- Really 22 William Seger Apr 8 Apr 13 12 2872
Brontosaurus gets its name back 13 Panich52 Apr 8 Apr 13 19 1502
A glass fiber that brings light to a standstill 1 Panich52 Apr 12 Apr 13 3 280
Complex organic molecules discovered in infant star system 1 Panich52 Apr 12 Apr 12 4 141
Inkjet-printed liquid metal could bring wearable tech, soft robotics 1 Panich52 Apr 12 Apr 12 2 180
This working computer is smaller than a grain of rice 12 n2doc Apr 7 Apr 12 3 547
SpaceX to attempt historic soft landing again on April 13 | VIDEO 1 Panich52 Apr 12 Apr 12 3 171
Stephen Hawking sings Monty Python's 'Galaxy Song' 0 n2doc Apr 12 Apr 12 10 589
Shorter height is directly associated with increased risk of coronary heart disease 0 Panich52 Apr 12 Apr 12 1 190
How good is your eyesight? 0 Panich52 Apr 12 Apr 12 1 351
Target Pluto: fastest spaceship set for epic encounter with our remotest planet 0 n2doc Apr 11 Apr 11 6 316
The Last Time Oceans Got This Acidic This Fast, 96% of Marine Life Went Extinct 8 n2doc Apr 10 Apr 11 40 738
Accelerating universe? Not so fast 0 Jim__ Apr 11 Apr 11 9 456
Neil DeGrasse Tyson is on TV with a t-shirt that says "Occupy Mars" 3 Renew Deal Apr 10 Apr 10 6 312
Ancient art: French produce replica of stunning cave paintings 2 shenmue Apr 10 Apr 10 9 254
Dino Survived the Mass Extinction | DiscoverNews 2 Panich52 Apr 10 Apr 10 3 384
Mars has belts of glaciers consisting of frozen water 12 Ichingcarpenter Apr 8 Apr 10 41 2271
Watching Mars Sunsets Through Robot Eyes 1 Panich52 Apr 10 Apr 10 2 251
4/10/15: Auroras over US and similar latitudes | EarthSky 0 Panich52 Apr 10 Apr 10 3 177
The U.S. Doctor Who Infected 1,300 Guatemalan Patients With STDs 2 Judi Lynn Apr 9 Apr 9 3 283
Evidence of ancient river could rewrite geological history of the Americas 0 Judi Lynn Apr 9 Apr 9 5 336
New species of 'terror bird' discovered 0 Judi Lynn Apr 9 Apr 9 7 237
Oldest Neanderthal DNA Sample Extracted in Italy : Discovery News 0 Panich52 Apr 9 Apr 9 5 261
Bacteria the key to ice worm survival 0 Panich52 Apr 9 Apr 9 4 170
Multiple studies address riddles of the Moon's origin (BBC) 0 eppur_se_muova Apr 9 Apr 9 3 202
Cannibal madness!: cousin of T. Rex was rapacious son-of-a-gun 0 shenmue Apr 9 Apr 9 1 188
Infant star's molecules suggest life's chemistry universal 4 Judi Lynn Apr 8 Apr 9 6 214
ALMA catures ancient galaxy's near-perfect Einstein ring 1 Panich52 Apr 8 Apr 9 2 224
Thirty Meter Telescope to see cosmos on micro scale (CBC) 1 eppur_se_muova Apr 8 Apr 8 3 221
Carbon nanotube computing? 1 Panich52 Apr 8 Apr 8 1 247
Near-death brain signaling accelerates demise of the heart 0 Panich52 Apr 8 Apr 8 5 373
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