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  • China's moon plants are dead just days after sprouting on lunar surfaceNBC News
  • Asteroid impacts on the Earth and moon have increased since the dinosaurs livedCNN
  • Venom From Vampire Bats May 'Revolutionize Treatments' For Hypertension, Heart Failure, More - Study FindsStudy Finds
  • New Neurological Study Finds That Falling In Love Can Strengthen The Body PhysicallyInquisitr
  • Physicists replicate earliest days of the universe in super-chilled heliumUPI
  • A mirror image of our universe may have existed before the Big BangFox News
  • Human diet causing 'catastrophic' damage to planet: studyAFP
  • Air Pollution May Increase Risk Of Autism In Children By 78 PercentStudy Finds
  • Researchers Create Perfect Blood Vessels in a Petri Dish for the First Timemotherboard
  • Glaciers Are Retreating. Millions Rely on Their Water.New York Times
  • This Alzheimer's Vaccine Just Might WorkBloomberg
  • The magnetic north pole is messing with your smartphone’s mapping appsMIT Tech Review
  • California’s largest utility just declared bankruptcy. Hello, climate change.VOX
  • Just a little weed may change teen brain, study findsNBC News
  • Steam-powered spaceship could cruise the cosmos indefinitely without running out of gasNBC News
  • Antarctica's annual ice losses have accelerated, and scientists expect a 'multi-metre' rise in sea levelBusiness Insider
  • Magnetic North's erratic behavior forces update to global navigation systemUPI
  • Facial and emotional recognition, how one man is advancing artificial intelligenceCBS News
  • Our sun will turn into a solid crystal in 10 billion yearsAXIOS
  • Falling in love literally changes women’s bodies: studyNY Post
  • An Exciting New Study Suggests Barnard b, A Super-Earth 30 Trillion Miles Away, May Host Alien LifeInquisitr
  • The oceans are heating up 40 percent faster than scientists realized — which means we should prepare for more disastrous flooding and stormsBusiness Insider
  • China broadcasts spacecraft pictures from the moon's far sideLA Times
  • Alien life possible on nearby 'Super-Earth,' scientists announceUSA Today
  • Oceans warming faster than expected, set heat record in 2018, scientists sayReuters
  • Plant scientists have found a way to 'hack' photosynthesis. Here's why that's a big deal.NBC News
  • A second repeating fast radio burst has been detected in spaceCNN
  • Astronomers discover radio signal from galaxy billions of light years away, report saysFox News
  • Scientists have discovered a new planet twice the size of Earth, and it could have liquid water on its surfaceBusiness Insider
  • Scientists use satellite images to measure household povertyUPI
  • Looming galactic collision will rip open the black hole at the Milky Way’s centerNBC News
  • Greenland's ice sheet is emitting a lot of methaneUPI
  • Killing 'zombie cells' cures anxiety in obese miceUPI
  • A new type of breast cancer treatment could help stop the spread of a highly aggressive form of the diseaseBusiness Insider
  • A Nearby Galaxy Will Collide With Our Milky Way In A Few Billion Years, Scientists SayInquisitr
  • China begins first surface exploration of moon's far sideAssociated Press
  • Scientists Have 'Hacked Photosynthesis' In Search Of More Productive CropsNPR
  • China releases photos from the first mission to land on the far side of the moonBusiness Insider
  • China makes history as the first to land a spacecraft on the far side of the moonCNBC
  • 'Meet Ultima Thule': 1st Color Photo of New Horizons Target Reveals a Red 'Snowman'Space
  • NASA spacecraft survives historic trip to world 4 billion miles awayCBS News
  • Brain ‘pacemaker’ could prevent tremors and seizures for Parkinson’s and epilepsy sufferersTelegraph
  • Breakthrough discovery of cell that can put cancer tumors to 'sleep'Daily Mail
  • Researchers fear wider spread of mysterious polio-like virus in 2020Daily Mail
  • China's Chang'e 4 Mission Ready for Farside Moon LandingSpace
  • New Horizons' Historic Flyby of Ultima Thule: Full CoverageSpace
  • New Horizons Spacecraft Makes New Year's Day Flyby of Ultima Thule, the Farthest Rendezvous EverSpace
  • NASA spacecraft enters orbit around asteroid, sets recordsAssociated Press
  • Injection to halt the progress of Alzheimer's 'available within decade'Telegraph
  • Chemotherapy may cause breast cancer to SPREADDaily Mail
  • NASA's New Horizons Will Visit Ultima Thule on New Year's DayNew York Times
  • Researchers develop artificial fingerprints, claiming they could hack into a third of smartphonesCNBC
  • China probe reportedly readying to land on the dark side of the moonCNBC
  • The $35 billion race to cure a liver disease that affects 30 million AmericansCNBC
  • A Journey Into the Solar System's Outer Reaches, Seeking New Worlds to ExploreNew York Times
  • Chinese Gene-Editing Experiment Loses Track of Patients, Alarming Technology’s InventorsWall Street Journal
  • Scientists may have found a way to treat cancer without chemotherapy by replicating our body's own self-destruct systemBusiness Insider
  • Nasa prepares to explore most distant world ever probed by humankindThe Independent
  • Cancer breakthrough means disease may not be a threat to future generations, scientists sayTelegraph
  • Future of cancer 'bright' as scientists discover new therapyDaily Mail
  • Falling total fertility rate should be welcomed, population expert saysGuardian
  • This black hole is spinning so fast that it could make space itself rotateBusiness Insider
  • SpaceX Launches Super-Accurate Next-Gen GPS Satellite for US Air ForceSpace
  • Earth Has Seen CO2 Spike Before. It Didn’t End Well.Bloomberg
  • Why Your Next Home Might Not Need Any Energy at AllWall Street Journal
  • China and Russia are testing technology that could modify the atmosphere, reports suggestBusiness Insider
  • The December solstice is here. Here's how it works and why it starts winter and summer at the same time.Business Insider
  • Gigantic ice filled crater 50 miles wide on the surface of MarsDaily Mail
  • 12 People Hospitalized With Infections From Stem Cell ShotsNew York Times
  • Three astronauts return from International Space StationDaily Mail
  • Deep Beneath Your Feet, They Live in the OctillionsNew York Times
  • Satellite observes adolescent star going through a growth spurtUPI
  • DNA, genetic genealogy made 2018 the year of the cold case: 'Biggest crime-fighting breakthrough in decades'Fox News
  • Making surgery cheaper and less painful by using magnets to move organsCNBC
  • Marijuana found to alter genetic profile of spermSky News
  • It's the Solar System's Most Distant Object. Astronomers Named It Farout.New York Times
  • The Earth's Shell Has Cracked, and We're Drifting on the PiecesNew York Times
  • Nasa scientists plan to send a nuclear robot to hunt for aliensThe Independent
  • China and Russia are working together to HEAT the atmosphereDaily Mail
  • MIT invents method to shrink objects to nanoscale using basic lab equipmentCNN
  • Saturn With No Rings? It Could Happen, and Sooner Than Astronomers ExpectedNew York Times
  • The massive CO2 emitter you may not know about ... CementBBC
  • These bats carry a virus as deadly as Ebola, and scientists are tracking them to try to stop its spreadWashington Post
  • Next-generation of GPS satellites are headed to spaceAssociated Press
  • Rocket Lab launches first satellites for NASA in 'perfect' third mission this yearCNBC
  • Virtual reality to help detect early risk of Alzheimer’sGuardian
  • A Bright Green ‘Christmas Comet’ Will Fly the Closest to Earth in CenturiesNew York Times
  • 'Creatures' in Jupiter's clouds? NASA's Juno spacecraft captures images that stun the internetFox News
  • Scientists are developing a breakthrough test that uses gold to detect all types of cancer in 10 minutesBusiness Insider
  • Brightest comet of the year will zoom near Earth SundayCBS News
  • Protein linked to Alzheimer's is transmissable, study with mice suggestsUPI
  • What is space junk and why is it a problem?South China
  • Ingestible robot can be monitored from outside body by BluetoothUPI
  • Scientists Say Gene-Edited Babies Claim Is 'Wake-Up Call' For WorldNPR
  • Climate change also wiped out life on Earth 252 million years agoUPI
  • Virgin Galactic flies its first astronauts to the edge of space, one step closer to space tourismCNBC
  • NASA's Mars InSight lander snaps its first selfie from the Red PlanetNBC News
  • Overeating in teenage years may damage lifespan of future grandsonsTelegraph
  • NASA offers Stephen Curry tour or lunar labs after claim we didn’t land on the moonNBC News
  • 'Zombie' bacteria hint life on Earth began deep undergroundTelegraph
  • Scientists find ecosystem below earth that is twice the size of world’s oceansGuardian
  • Climate change directly responsible for some extreme weather events, study findsCBS News
  • Voyager 2 Has Entered the Space Between Solar SystemsNew York Times
  • NASA’s Voyager 2 Spacecraft Has Slipped Into Interstellar SpaceInquisitr
  • China launches first space probe to far side of the moonDeutsche Welle
  • 'It's a sad reality': a troubling trend sees a 97 percent decline in monarch butterfliesGuardian
  • Hear The Sound Of Mars In This ‘Haunting’ Audio Captured By NASA’s InSight LanderInquisitr
  • 95 per cent of universe may be strange ‘dark fluid’ which moves towards you as you push it away, says Oxford UniversityTelegraph
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