With multiple nations revitalizing or launching their manned space programs and even exploring moon and Mars bases, the natural question becomes: where to next? During a Reddit Q&A last week, a NASA engineer indicated that Saturn’s moon Titan could be home to humans one day.
China's first cloned police dog, a two-month-old Kunming wolfdog named Kunxun, received a warm welcome at Kunming Police Dog Base in Southwest China's Yunnan province on March 5, Science and Technology Daily reported.
The new batch of Hillary Clinton emails obtained by Judicial Watch contains messages that the former secretary of state tried to delete, according to the watchdog. The latest collection casts doubt on Clinton's 2015 statement under oath that she handed all her confidential work-related emails to the State Department.
Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have gotten heat to behave like sound: forming waves that go in a single direction and can interfere with each other, instead of spreading out in every direction, like heat typically does.
Earlier this week, the faculty of divinity at Britain's prestigious University of Cambridge mysteriously withdrew its fellowship offer to the Canadian academic pop icon, who was scheduled to join the school for a series of lectures on the Bible later this year.
The Sarmat, a new intercontinental ballistic missile with a range of up to 11,000 km, is a strategic weapon of last resort capable of carrying up to 24 nuclear-armed independently targetable reentry vehicles (MIRVs), and has been touted as Russia's effort to preserve global strategic stability amid US plans to develop advanced missile defences.
The Venezuelan interior ministry insists that the detained associate of the Western-backed opposition leader was "part of a terrorist cell.
A number of Mi-8 military transport helicopters also took part in the exercise along with the warplanes.
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