China will launch test flights for the next two space rockets in its Smart Dragon series meant for commercial use in 2020 and 2021, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Sunday, as an expected boom in satellite deployment gathers pace.
China's next commercial rockets to make test flights in 2020, 2021: Report
New method used to study planets’ geochemistry implies that Earth is not unique.
Ancient stars shed light on Earth’s similarities to other planets
Last year, just a handful of plants and animals in Zackenberg, Northeast Greenland were able to reproduce due to vast amounts of un-melted snow covering the ground well into summer, a study by Danish researchers found.
Last year’s extreme snowfall wiped breeding of plants, animals in a region of Arctic
Australia’s Qantas on Sunday completed the first nonstop commercial flight from New York to Sydney, which was used to run a series of tests to assess the effects of ultra-long-haul flights on crew fatigue and passenger jetlag.
Australia’s Qantas completes longest nonstop commercial flight
Blacklisted Chinese telecoms equipment giant Huawei is in early-stage talks with some US telecoms companies about licensing its 5G network technology to them, a Huawei executive told Reuters.
Huawei in early talks with US firms to license 5G platform: Huawei executive
Scientists have discovered a combination of two feared natural disasters — hurricanes and earthquakes — and they have dubbed them "stormquakes".
Huge hurricanes can create 'stormquakes', scientists discover
The European spacecraft that aims to take the closest ever pictures of the Sun is built and ready for launch.
European Solar Orbiter ready to take on audacious mission
NASA is moving up the first all-female spacewalk to this week because of a power system failure at the International Space Station (ISS).
NASA moves up first all-female spacewalk to fix power unit
Pain perception is essential for survival, but how much something hurts can sometimes be amplified or suppressed: For example, soldiers who sustain an injury in battle often recall not feeling anything at the time.
Scientists shed light on how brains turn pain up or down
If you've ever studied biology, you'll be familiar with mitochondria — the organelles often referred to as the 'powerhouse of the cell'. And you'll probably be aware that they're often compared to traditional AA batteries, with each organelle operating as a single unit.
Study casts doubt on one of key assumptions about 'powerhouse of cell’

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