Science n Space News

Scientists create weird pumpkin-shaped nucleus that vanishes in nanoseconds

A newly created isotope of the silvery metal lutetium has a strange squashed nucleus and a half-life of just a few hundred nanoseconds.

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NASA's 'Mega moon rocket' test resumes. Why were so many details about it kept secret?

Experts dismiss NASA's reasons for being secretive about wet dress rehearsal of its major moon rocket.

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Russia could end its role in the International Space Station by 2024, say experts

Russia could end its cooperation on the International Space Station in as little as two years, using the international sanctions imposed on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine as an excuse, according to space experts.

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World's oldest known case of cannibalism revealed in trilobite fossils

Injured trilobite fossils provide the oldest known evidence of cannibalism.

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