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Asteroid 2020 SW expected near earth over Australia and New Zealand – 7NEWS.com.au

The space rock, dubbed 2020 SW, is on track to come even closer than some satellites.

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This red light means “go” for medical discoveries – AlKhaleej Today

This red light means “go” for medical discoveries

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Hui-wang Ai (PhD) and Shen Zhang (PhD) from UVA have developed a simple and effective improvement on the fluorescent biosensors widely used in scientific and medical research. Photo credit: University of Virginia
With a small change to the color palette, researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have made it easier for scientists to understand biological processes, track events in individual cells, unravel the mysteries of the disease, and develop new treatments.
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A NASA Spacecraft is About to Land on an Asteroid – Micky News

Mission OSIRIS-REx is set to unravel the rubbles of an asteroid. It’s a mission that is 16 years in the making.

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The University of Arizona spearheaded a NASA mission that aims to nest a spacecraft into an asteroid. The goal is to land the spacecraft into the Bennu asteroid and collect loose rubble from the former in a span of 10 seconds.
The attempt will start on Oct. 20, 5 in the afternoon EDT. The mission is called OSIRIS-REx, and the goal is to collect at least two ounces of loose rubble from asteroid Bennu and then abort it and get back to planet Earth.
A mission that took years
Though the plan migh…

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Fall’s best meteor shower to peak on Tuesday night – AOL

The annual Orionid meteor shower will reach its climax Tuesday night into the early hours of Wednesday morning.

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One of the best meteor showers of autumn is set to peak in the coming nights, providing skywatchers a great opportunity to spot some shooting stars ahead of the long, but frigid, winter nights that are right around the corner.
The annual Orionid meteor shower will reach its climax Tuesday night into the early hours of Wednesday morning, featuring around 20 meteors per hour across much of the globe. This averages out to a meteor every few minutes.
“The Orionids are a medium strength shower that…

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