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April 24, 2018

Spaceflight Now:
After "terrific" launch, TESS nears first major orbit-raising burn

Live Science:
How a Guy in the Netherlands Spotted the Top Secret X-37B Space Plane

Space Daily:
The New Space Race: NASA to Award 1st Contracts for Gateway Moon Base

Space Daily:
Moon Colonization: Why do we want it and what technologies do we have?

Universe Today:
If We're Searching for Earth 2.0, Would We Know It When We Find It?

April 23, 2018

WPG-FM:
Fireball Lights Up the New Jersey Sky Thursday Night

Daily Mail:
Nasa will have a space station that will orbit the moon in 2025 to act as an outpost for astronauts travelling to Mars

Space News:
Boeing, Lockheed, ULA corner the government-funded space market. SpaceX moving up

The Conversation:
Mysterious red spots on Mercury get names - but what are they?

Daily Mail:
Scientists say they're 'confident' polygon features seen on Mars were formed by MUD, suggesting lakes on the red planet behaved like those on Earth

WEEKEND EDITION: April 21, 2018 through April 22, 2018

Forbes:
The Most Important Equation In The Universe

Forbes:
Ask Ethan: How Will Our Universe End?

Quanta:
Decades-Old Graph Problem Yields to Amateur Mathematician

IEEE Spectrum:
What People See in 157 Robot Faces

CNN:
Festo's fantastical robots inspired by animals and insects

San Francisco Chronicle:
The Yellowstone supervolcano is a disaster waiting to happen

Forbes:
Half Of The Great Barrier Reef Has Died Since 2016

Popular Science:
These ancient, swimming reptiles may have been the biggest animals of all time

Stuff NZ:
'Oldest' baleen whale in the world found in a South Island quarry

Daily Mail:
350-year-old mystery of the world's best preserved dodo specimen is solved: Scientists say the bird was SHOT dead in Oxford

IFL Science:
Adorable Critter Rediscovered After Being Presumed Extinct For 32 Years

Daily Mail:
Thousands of fragments of a 26ft 'colossus' statue of pharaoh Psamtik I smashed to pieces in the 11th century are uncovered in Egypt

BBC History Extra:
10 surprising facts about William the Conqueror and the Norman conquest

BBC History Extra:
Tudor timeline: 10 momentous dates

History.com:
How Anne Boleyn Lost Her Head

Smithsonian Magazine:
Cache of Benjamin Franklin's Original Manuscripts - Doodles and All - Gets Digitized

History.com:
The Sex Scandal That Ruined Alexander Hamilton's Chances of Becoming President

The Conversation:
Before Westworld was Mudfog - Charles Dickens' surprisingly modern dystopia

Atlas Obscura:
The 'Pedestrian' Who Became One of America's First Black Sports Stars

History.com:
How the Sinking of Lusitania Changed World War I

The Conversation:
Superman at 80: How two high school friends concocted the original comic book hero

BBC History Extra:
The Jews who fought back: the story of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

History.com:
How the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Inspired Rebellion in a Nazi Death Camp

Popular Mechanics:
Russian Museum Recreates WWII-Era 'Land Battleship'

Atlas Obscura:
The Rise and Fall of the Hormel Girls, Who Sold America on SPAM

Flashbak:
The Day the Traitors Burgess and Maclean Left Town

History.com:
How Columbia's Student Uprising of 1968 Was Sparked by a Segregated Gym

Smithsonian Magazine:
When the Unabomber Was Arrested, One of the Longest Manhunts in FBI History Was Finally Over

Popular Mechanics:
Government Accidentally Releases Documents on "Psycho-Electric" Weapons

April 20, 2018

Daily Mail:
World's biggest plane with 2 cockpits, 6 jet engines and a wingspan longer than a football field will take off within MONTHS

Jalopnik:
The Christmas Bullet Was The Worst Plane Ever Made

Smithsonian Magazine:
The Sad, Sad Story of Laika, the Space Dog, and Her One-Way Trip into Orbit

Newsweek:
Apollo 16 Facts: What Happened During NASA's Moon-Landing Mission

Newsweek:
Apollo 13 Timeline: Follow Key Moments of Failed NASA Mission to the Moon

Houston Chronicle:
Remembering one of the funniest conversations to ever happen in space, 48 years ago this week

New Atlas:
Wernher von Braun's 1950's "Man Will Conquer Space Soon!" archive up for auction

April 19, 2018

Spaceflight Insider:
NASA's planet-hunting TESS launched by SpaceX Falcon 9

Space News:
Falcon 9 launches NASA exoplanet hunter

Spaceflight Now:
All-sky surveyor launched from Cape Canaveral on the hunt for exoplanets

Space News:
Proton launches Russian defense comms satellite

Spaceflight Now:
Rocket Lab postpones first commercial launch after issue during fueling test

Astrobiology Magazine:
Mars impact crater or supervolcano?

Outer Places:
New Evidence Points to Mars' Two Moons Forming From a Massive Asteroid Impact

Popular Mechanics:
The Lyrid Meteor Shower Peaks This Weekend. Here's How to Watch It.

April 18, 2018

Space.com:
Elon Musk Says SpaceX Will Try to Land a Rocket with a 'Giant Party Balloon'

Space.com:
NASA's Got a Plan for a 'Galactic Positioning System' to Save Astronauts Lost in Space

Space News:
China reveals cause of Long March 5 failure; lunar sample mission to follow return-to-flight

Space News:
Stratolaunch planning first aircraft flight this summer

Popular Science:
These diamonds are tiny, flawed, and may come from a long-lost planet

April 17, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle:
Asteroid the size of a football field whizzes alarmingly close by Earth

Spaceflight Insider:
Launch of exoplanet-hunting TESS satellite delayed to Wednesday

Space.com:
Launch of NASA's TESS Exoplanet Hunter Delayed by Rocket Issue

Spaceflight Insider:
Russia to launch Blagovest 12L military comsat April 18

Space.com:
Life on Venus? Why It's Not an Absurd Thought

April 16, 2018

KVOA-TV:
A surprise asteroid came "relatively" close to the Earth today

Space.com:
All Systems 'Go' For Launch of NASA Exoplanet Mission Monday

Space.com:
How NASA's Planet-Hunting TESS Telescope Will Find Habitable Worlds

Space.com:
Atlas V Rocket Launches US Military Satellite and Experimental Spacecraft Into Orbit

Space News:
NASA may extend space station missions to address potential commercial crew delays

Forbes:
Alien Signals We Discover Could Be The Echoes Of Dead Worlds

WEEKEND EDITION: April 14, 2018 through April 15, 2018

Scientific American:
The Difficult Birth of the "Many Worlds" Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

NBC News:
What is relativity? Einstein's mind-bending theory explained

Nature:
How gravitational waves could solve some of the Universe's deepest mysteries

Forbes:
The Tale Of A 1986 Experiment That Proved Einstein Wrong

Quanta:
Mathematicians Explore Mirror Link Between Two Geometric Worlds

Wired:
Catching up With Pepper, the Surprisingly Helpful Humanoid Robot

Inverse:
Real 'Gundam'-Like Robot is So Huge It Can't Fit Through the Factory Door

How Stuff Works:
The First 'Killer Robot' Was Around Back in 1979

Forbes:
An Enormous Crack Just Opened Up In Africa, Evidence Africa Is Literally Splitting In Two

Forbes:
Some Of The Science Behind The Ridiculous Movie 'The Day After Tomorrow' Is Now Coming True

Forbes:
Is Civilization Ready For The Eruption Of The Next Supervolcano?

Popular Mechanics:
Newfound Marine Fossil May Be From the Largest Creature That Ever Lived

Forbes:
Massive Dinosaur Footprints Discovered In Plain Sight On Scottish Isle

Newsweek:
Dinosaur 'Menu' Reveals How so Many Fearsome Predators Coexisted 100 Million Years Ago

Forbes:
Falcon Attack: How Peregrine Falcons Maneuver At Nearly 225 MPH

Forbes:
Parts Of Stonehenge Were In Place Long Before Humans, Archaeologists Find

Smithsonian Magazine:
Large Cache of Texts May Offer Insight Into One of Africa's Oldest Written Languages

The History Blog:
Painting by Dutch master found in Iowa gallery closet

The Conversation:
The day bananas made their British debut

The Conversation:
How cricket got its reputation for fair play

Flashbak:
The Real Wild Bill Hickok versus the Hollywood Version

Forbes:
The Discovery Of The Great Rift Valley, Where Africa Is Splitting In Two

Smithsonian Magazine:
When "Bricklayer Bill" Won the 1917 Boston Marathon, It Was a Victory For All Irish Americans

History.com:
The Daring Deep Sea Divers Who Helped Crack WWI German Codes

Flashbak:
Jakob Tuggener's Sensational Photos Of Weapons Factories In Neutral Switzerland

Smithsonian Magazine:
The Story of Brownie Wise, the Ingenious Marketer Behind the Tupperware Party

History.com:
11 Things You Didn't Know About '2001: A Space Odyssey'

April 13, 2018

ABC Australia:
Australia's Nazi rockets: How German V-2 flying bombs made their way Down Under

Cincinnati Enquirer:
59 years ago today, the world met the Mercury 7. Ohio was there, too.

San Diego Union-Tribune:
From the Archives April 12, 1961: First Spaceman Orbits Earth

BBC History Extra:
Yuri Gagarin: 8 things you (probably) didn't know about the first man in space

Cleveland Plain Dealer:
Yuri Gagarin, first man in space, still celebrated 57 years later (photos)

WTTW - PBS Chicago:
Apollo 8 Astronauts Recount Historic Mission at 'Rocket Men' Book Launch

Popular Science:
Is a hot dog a sandwich? The Apollo 13 astronauts had some thoughts

April 12, 2018

Spaceflight Now:
SpaceX rocket test-fired at Cape Canaveral for NASA telescope launch

Spaceflight Insider:
InSight lander nearly ready for journey to Mars

Universe Today:
Zoom In, and In, and In! on this Amazing Falcon 9 Photo by Brady Kenniston

Outer Places:
NASA Releases an Impressive New Video Showing a 4K Tour of the Moon

Astrobiology Magazine:
A cosmic gorilla effect could blind the detection of aliens

April 11, 2018

Popular Mechanics:
NASA's Next Great Planet Hunter Has Arrived

Space News:
SpaceX proposes to conduct Dragon splashdowns in Gulf of Mexico

Spaceflight Insider:
China conducts surprise launch of Long March 4C rocket, lofts four satellites into space

Outer Places:
Large 'Hole' in The Sun Will Cause a Geomagnetic Storm and Flashier Auroras

Popular Mechanics:
The Rocket Fuel Rivalry Shaping the Future of Spaceflight

April 10, 2018

Nine Network Australia:
Westall flying saucer: One of Australia's baffling mysteries unsolved 52 years on

Spaceflight Now:
NASA's InSight lander inside one month to launch toward Mars

Space.com:
Secretive X-37B Military Space Plane Wings Past 200 Days in Orbit

Spaceflight Now:
Investigation into Zuma failure reportedly lays blame on Northrop Grumman

Outer Places:
Northrop Grumman is Blamed For The Disappearance of Mysterious Government 'Zuma' Satellite

Space News:
NASA studying sensor issue with Parker Solar Probe

Outer Places:
NASA's First Mission to The Sun is Entering Its Final Preparations Before Launch

Spaceflight Now:
NASA is counting on long-lived Mars orbiter lasting another decade

April 9, 2018

Spaceflight Now:
Virgin Galactic completes first rocket-powered test flight since 2014

Spaceflight Now:
Boeing proposes extending test flight of commercial crew capsule

Space News:
NASA studies extending Boeing commercial crew test flight to support ISS

Spaceflight Now:
Saturn's clouds run deep, rings may rain organics

Spaceflight Now:
Video: SpaceShipTwo rocket plane soars on supersonic test flight

WEEKEND EDITION: April 7, 2018 through April 8, 2018

Outer Places:
Harvard Physicists Say They've Calculated the Exact Day the Universe Will End

Popular Science:
The big bang got its name from a man who thought the theory was total nonsense

IEEE Spectrum:
Helping Robots Express Themselves When They Fail

IEEE Spectrum:
Festo's New Bionic Robots Include Rolling Spider, Flying Fox

Daily Mail:
Earth had water BEFORE the giant impact that created the moon: Breakthrough study suggests life may be more widespread in the universe than thought

New Atlas:
For sale: 28-ft-long, 155 million-year-old carnivorous dinosaur skeleton

Daily Mail:
Scientists unearth fossils of 30 FOOT LONG 'badass' dinosaur with serrated teeth and 'wickedly hooked claws' that terrorized Patagonia 85 million years ago

Popular Mechanics:
"One in a Million" Young T. Rex Fossil Found in Montana

Popular Mechanics:
An Ancient Lizard Had Four Eyes But We Don't Know Why

JStor:
The Platypus is Even Weirder Than You Thought

Stuff NZ:
13,000-year-old human footprints found on Canadian island

The History Blog:
Hatshepsut relief identified at Swansea University

Daily Mail:
Body of fearsome Chinese warlord Cao Cao is finally found in a 1,800-year-old Han Dynasty tomb despite ancient efforts to hide the site

Outer Places:
New Analysis of a Crystal Viking 'Sunstone' Shows It Could Accurately Navigate the Oceans

JStor:
The French King Who Believed He Was Made of Glass

BBC History Extra:
Sisters of mercy: the Biddenden Maids

History.com:
Viking Village With 'Graffiti' Found in Dublin

BBC History Extra:
Arthur, Catherine and Henry: a story of early Tudor triumph and tragedy

The History Blog:
University of Aberdeen painting is by Canaletto

The History Blog:
Buy your own hoard of (shady) nickels

Smithsonian Magazine:
Where to See the Fabled Faberge Imperial Easter Eggs

Air & Space Magazine:
The Lies of Elmo Pickerill

History.com:
These Women Taught Depression-Era Americans to Use Electricity

Smithsonian Magazine:
Journalist Virginia Irwin Broke Barriers When She Reported From Berlin at the End of WWII

Air & Space Magazine:
The Black Christmas Disaster

History.com:
How Dolls Helped Win Brown v. Board of Education

The Conversation:
Much of what you think you know about Linda Brown - a central figure in Brown v. Board of Education - is wrong

History.com:
LBJ Announced He Wouldn't Run Again. Political Chaos Ensued

NorthJersey.com:
What's the one thing that '2001' got right in 1968?

April 6, 2018

The Aviationist:
Amazing Video Shows Ultra-Low Level Flying From The Cockpit Of A U.S. F-16. And Here's Why This Kind Of Training Is Still Important Today.

HistoryNet:
Night Raider

Daily Breeze:
South Bay History: Local aerospace industry launched the fastest plane ever built

Business Insider:
NASA's future spacesuits could revolutionize how astronauts explore the solar system

Space.com:
Gemini Program: Two-Man Prep for Moon Missions

AV Geekery:
NASA Apollo 6 Paved America's Pathway to the Moon 50 years ago

The Conversation:
60 years in orbit for 'grapefruit satellite' - the oldest human object in space

Atlas Obscura:
GIFs in Space!

April 5, 2018

Spaceflight Now:
Dragon cargo capsule reaches space station for second time

Spaceflight Insider:
CRS-14 Dragon berths with International Space Station

Spaceflight Insider:
Gallery: Used CRS-14 Dragon capsule flies atop used Falcon 9 rocket

Universe Today:
NASA Simulates Their Orion Abort System. Now That Would be a Crazy Ride

Outer Places:
Former Nuclear Missile Motor Will Find a New Home in NASA's Orion Spacecraft

Astrobiology Magazine:
NASA is Ready to Study the Heart of Mars

April 4, 2018

CBC:
Mint's newest coin showcases famous Falcon Lake UFO encounter in Manitoba

Denison Herald Democrat:
DONNA HUNT: Local UFO sightings date back 140 years

Popular Mechanics:
NASA Picks Lockheed Martin to Make Low-Boom Supersonic X-Plane

Popular Mechanics:
Prototype Satellite Launched on SpaceX Rocket Will Try to Clean Up Space Junk

Space News:
Proton, Soyuz engine reinspections complete, Roscosmos says

Space News:
NOAA explains restriction on SpaceX launch webcast

Spaceflight Now:
ISRO loses contact with new communications satellite

Outer Places:
NASA and ESA Test Their High-Tech Mars Parachutes For Upcoming Martian Missions

Outer Places:
The Harsh Clouds of Venus Could Still Support Unique Kinds of Alien Life

Astrobiology Magazine:
Comet Provides Rare Chance To Study Solar System's Origins

Outer Places:
Astronomers Just Found the Most Distant Star Ever Observed: A Giant Blue 'Sun' 9 Billion Light-Years Away

April 3, 2018

Daily Mail:
Chinese space station smashes to Earth at 17,000mph off the coast of Tahiti: Nine-ton installation the size of a school bus comes crashing into the atmosphere in a huge fireball and just misses tropical paradise

Spaceflight Now:
Mysterious Russian reconnaissance satellite successfully launched

Space News:
SpaceX launches reused Dragon to ISS

Spaceflight Insider:
SpaceX CRS-14 Dragon heading toward ISS after successful Falcon 9 launch

Spaceflight Now:
Two new satellites join China's Beidou navigation fleet

Spaceflight Insider:
Long March 4C orbits trio of Gaofen-1 Earth-observing satellites

Spaceflight Now:
India tests upgraded engine tech in successful communications satellite launch

April 2, 2018

Toledo Blade:
Close encounters of the Toledo kind: Fravor pursued UFO in 2004

Fort Worth Star-Telegram:
Reward offered for return of stolen UFO alien grave marker in Texas

CBC:
Sky-watcher catches big, bright and loud fireball near Anzac on video

New York Times:
China's Space Station Has Finally Fallen Back to Earth

Spaceflight Now:
Spacewalkers accomplish all objectives in six-hour excursion

Spaceflight Insider:
SpaceX CRS-14 mission all set for science

Space.com:
Liftoff! Used SpaceX Rocket Launches 10 Iridium Satellites into Orbit

Space News:
Falcon 9 deploys Iridium satellites after SpaceX ends video citing NOAA's orders

Daily Mail:
SpaceX's $6 million nose cone misses the firm's giant ship-mounted 'catcher's mitt' and CRASHES into the ocean in 'high speed' impact after successful Falcon 9 launch

WEEKEND EDITION: March 31, 2018 through April 1, 2018

WREG-TV:
Visiting Memphis 50 years after King's assassination

Minneapolis Star-Tribune:
In Memphis, walking in MLK's footsteps

Chicago Tribune:
The tense months before Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination

Chicago Tribune/Beacon News:
'Angry one minute ... full of sorrow the next': Aurora area residents remember MLK assassination

Lexington Herald-Leader:
50 years ago: How a murder and a speech were wake-up calls for segregated Lexington.

Reuters:
Book excerpt: After MLK death, RFK 'poured his heart out'

The Conversation:
Martin Luther King Jr. had a much more radical message than a dream of racial brotherhood

The Atlantic:
Martin Luther King Jr. Changed a Nation in Only 13 Years

Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Charlotte News & Observer:
The day he was killed, Martin Luther King Jr. was supposed to be in North Carolina

Memphis Commercial Appeal:
Chance meeting with Martin Luther King Jr. forever changed members of college choir

Minnesota Public Radio:
The Memphis sanitation workers strike: King's last cause for economic justice

Newsy:
The Man In The Middle Of The Memphis Sanitation Workers Strike

Memphis Commercial Appeal:
Leading up to 6:01: The last 32 hours of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Birmingham News:
Alabama's tragic ties to Martin Luther King's murder

BBC News:
Did Martin Luther King predict his own death?

Daily Mail:
A shot rings out from a bathroom window and Martin Luther King lies dying - sparking race riots across the U.S. within hours: A minute by haunting minute on the assassination that scarred America's soul

USA Today:
For those who were at the Lorraine Motel, what does it mean to be a witness to martyrdom?

USA Today:
The Witness: Clara Ester, the Lorraine Motel and the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

The Hechinger Report:
A Devastating Moment: Teachers and students who lived through it recall Martin Luther King's assassination

Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Atlanta's 4-mile goodbye to King

New York Times:
Dr. King's Complex Relationship With the Camera

The Australian:
The dream lives on

March 30, 2018

Popular Mechanics:
Lockheed Martin Unveils MQ-25 'Stingray' Tanker Drone Design for the Navy

Flight Global:
Lockheed's Skunk Works reveals missing link in secret UAV history

Daily Mail:
Putin it in your back garden? Soviet Cold War missile which could fly at four times the speed of sound is bought for £15,600 at auction

Air & Space Magazine:
Why Was the Discovery of the Jet Stream Mostly Ignored?

Air & Space Magazine:
The First Space Ace

East Bay Times:
Alameda man trained astronauts in NASA's Golden Age of space travel

March 29, 2018

KIRO:
Bonney Lake crash and UFO mystery reveal hidden history

Toledo Blade:
Toledo native recalls close encounter with UFO

Space.com:
Telescope Spots Doomed Chinese Space Station (Photo)

Popular Mechanics:
Why It's So Dang Hard to Predict Where Tiangong-1 Will Come Down

Daily Mail:
All systems FLOW! Awesome moment 450,000 gallons of water burst into the sky during temperature control test at NASA's JFK Space Center

Spaceflight Insider:
Era ends as Kepler planet hunting satellite runs out of fuel

Outer Places:
SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Created a Hole In Earth's Atmosphere During a Launch

Space.com:
Earth Likely Had Water Before Moon-Forming Smashup

Outer Places:
NASA's InSight Lander Will Look Under the Surface of Mars For the First Time

Space.com:
Interstellar Visitor 'Oumuamua Never Should Have Left Home, Theories Say

Outer Places:
Astronomers Say Newfound Metal Planet as Dense as Mercury May Finally Reveal How Our Solar System Formed

March 28, 2018

Spaceflight Now:
Ground equipment problem slips next Falcon 9 launch to Friday

Outer Places:
NASA's James Webb Telescope is Delayed Yet Again After Failing Its Latest Tests

Spaceflight Now:
Webb telescope's launch delayed until 2020

Outer Places:
Scientists Say Strange 'Meridianiite' Crystals Have Finally Solved the Mystery of Mars' Missing Oceans and Alien Life

Outer Places:
Astronomers Say They've Found a Brown Dwarf With Its Own Planet for the First Time in History

March 27, 2018

Spaceflight Insider:
Tiangong-1 to fall to Earth over Easter weekend

Universe Today:
China is Working on a Rocket as Powerful as the Saturn V, Could Launch by 2030

Outer Places:
NASA Has No Plans To Purchase Any Falcon Heavy Rockets From SpaceX

New Atlas:
Prototype emergency spacesuits face first splashdown tests

Universe Today:
Volcanoes on Mars Helped Form its Early Oceans

Outer Places:
New 'Isotopic Evolution' Theory Finally Explains Why Planets Are All So Different in the Solar System

March 26, 2018

Hertfordshire Mercury:
The night a WW2 RAF navigator was left puzzled by a UFO over Hertfordshire

Spaceflight Now:
Soyuz spacecraft with crew of three docks with space station

Spaceflight Insider:
International Space Station crew size doubles with Soyuz MS-08 docking

Spaceflight Now:
Atlas 5 rocket assembled for first Mars mission launch from Vandenberg

Outer Places:
Rocket Lab's Giant Space Disco Ball 'Humanity Star' Incinerated as It Fell Back to Earth Ahead of Schedule

Outer Places:
Curiosity Rover Celebrates Its 2000th Martian Day on the Red Planet

Universe Today:
70,000 Years Ago a Nearby Star Messed With the Orbits Of Comets and Asteroids in our Solar System

WEEKEND EDITION: March 24, 2018 through March 25, 2018

Phys.org:
The universe is a hologram and other mind-blowing theories in theoretical physics

Forbes:
This Is Why Our Universe Didn't Collapse Into A Black Hole

Scientific American:
Quantum Physicists Double the "Bandwidth" of the Universe

Forbes:
Ask Ethan: Where Is The Line Between Mathematics And Physics?

Outer Places:
Bipedal Robot Gets Around With Jet-Powered Feet

Wired:
Watch a Robot 'Hen' Adopt a Flock of Chicks

Daily Mail:
Earth's oxygen burst into production 'like a FIREHOSE' 2.3 billion years ago in a rapid event that transformed the planet into a habitable world

National Geographic:
Five New Fossil Forests Found in Antarctica

Daily Nation:
Kenya is splitting, and this rift at Suswa is just the beginning

The Conversation:
The dinosaur that got away: how we diagnosed a 200-million-year-old infected predator bite

BBC News:
Triceratops may have had horns to attract mates

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette:
Scientific journal publishes research on dinosaur type discovered in Arkansas

National Geographic:
Why Ravens and Crows Are Earth's Smartest Birds

The History Blog:
2,200-year-old liquor found in Chinese tomb

History.com:
This 14th-Century African Emperor Remains the Richest Person in History

BBC History Extra:
11 things you (probably) didn't know about Anne Boleyn

Atlas Obscura:
375 Years Later, English Schoolchildren Still Learn About a Magic Propaganda Dog

The History Blog:
Keen-eyed Hearst Castle guides spot key to painting's long-lost author

The History Blog:
Ten Auspicious Landscapes of Taishan: a Qing materpiece rediscovered

JStor:
Charles Knowlton, The Father of American Birth Control

History.com:
The Forgotten Fire That Leveled New York

The Conversation:
What really killed Prince Albert?

Daily Mail:
The Baptist minister's son, 14, who turned into the Wild West's most notorious outlaw: Earliest known photograph of Jesse James is bought for $10 on eBay by collector who is set to sell it for thousands

The History Blog:
Album with earliest Harriet Tubman picture digitized

Smithsonian Magazine:
Ruth McGinnis: The Queen of Billiards

Atlas Obscura:
The Student Yearbooks of a Japanese-American Detention Camp

BBC History Extra:
5 myths of the Second World War's Great Escape

Timeline:
Jackie Robinson was once humiliated and court-martialed for sitting next to a black woman people thought was white

The Aviationist:
73 Years Ago Today: The Deadliest Air Raid in History, Operation Meetinghouse.

History.com:
Inside the Rise and Fall of Toys 'R' Us

History.com:
How the Black Panthers Inspired California's Strict Gun Laws

Timeline:
This woman was held hostage and drugged because she knew too much about Watergate

The Conversation:
Archbishop Oscar Romero was gunned down inside his own church 38 years ago. Soon he'll become El Salvador's first saint

New Atlas:
Gallery: Final and lasting impressions from the 2018 Geneva Motor Show

Flashbak:
Ads From the 1964 Earls Court Motor Show Catalogue

March 23, 2018

Jalopnik:
There's Now A Haynes Repair Manual For The F-14 Tomcat

The Drive:
This Could Be Your Only Chance To Buy A Flyable Phantom Fighter Jet

HistoryNet:
Supersonic Gamble

Gizmodo:
Here's What It Was Like To Fly On The Soviet Concorde

Inquisitr:
NASA Historian Says Estimated Amount Of Trash On Moon Sounds Accurate

Air & Space Magazine:
Betting on the Moon

March 22, 2018

National Geographic Australia:
The UFO Sighting On Kangaroo Island

New York Magazine:
A Sociologist Unpacks Our Fixation With Aliens

Spaceflight Insider:
Soyuz MS-08 trio lights up Kazakh sky to begin 2-day trek to ISS

Space.com:
Soyuz Rocket Launches US-Russian Crew to Space Station

Popular Mechanics:
China Working on a New Heavy-Lift Rocket as Powerful as Saturn V

Astrobiology Magazine:
Mars' oceans formed early, possibly aided by massive volcanic eruptions

San Jose Mercuiry News:
There's a chance an asteroid will hit us in 2135, but NASA has a plan

Outer Places:
A Passing Star Shook Our Solar System 70,000 Years Ago

March 21, 2018

New York Magazine:
Reasons to Believe

Artsy:
These Drawings Show How Pop Culture Has Changed the Way We See UFOs

Space News:
Alaskan spaceport to host secretive commercial launch

Spaceflight Now:
ULA touts new Vulcan rocket in competition with SpaceX

Spaceflight Insider:
Astrobotic ready to become delivery service to the Moon

Seeker:
These Are the New Experiments Heading to the International Space Station

Space News:
NASA to allow nuclear power systems for next Discovery mission

March 20, 2018

Outer Places:
ESA Announces When and Where China's Rogue Space Station Will Crash to Earth

Space News:
NASA investigation linked 2015 Falcon 9 failure to design error

Outer Places:
NASA Might Send a Flying Drone to Mars Alongside New Rover

Outer Places:
The Rare Metals on Mars Came From a Giant Collision

Outer Places:
'Oumuamua Origin Discovered: Asteroid Came From Tatooine-Like Binary Star System

March 19, 2018

Spaceflight Now:
Fourth satellite in new Chinese spy fleet successfully launched

Daily Mail:
NASA's Kepler Space Telescope only has a few months left to live: Agency says the planet-hunting spacecraft is running out of fuel after nine years in space

Outer Places:
Russian Scientists Are Testing Lasers to Blow Up Deadly Asteroids

Forbes:
Space Is Full Of Planets, And Most Of Them Don't Even Have Stars

Popular Mechanics:
All Galaxies Take a Billion Years to Rotate. Which Is Really Cool, and Totally Weird.

ST. PATRICK'S DAY WEEKEND EDITION:
March 17, 2018 through March 18, 2018


Forbes:
The Theory Of Everything: Remembering Stephen Hawking's Greatest Contribution

Forbes:
We Still Don't Understand Why Time Only Flows Forward

The Conversation:
The search for the value of pi

Popular Mechanics:
The Hilarious (and Terrifying?) Ways Algorithms Have Outsmarted Their Creators

Daily Mail:
All the better to scare you with: Japanese farmers use bizarre robotic WOLVES that howl when approached to ward off wild boars

Outer Places:
Rare Crystallized Water is Discovered Inside a Super-Deep Diamond

Live Science:
Greenland Is Literally Cracking Apart and Flooding the World

Popular Mechanics:
Listen to the First Recording of 'Volcanic Thunder'

Daily Mail:
Half a BILLION-year-old brains of terrifying sea monsters related to today's spiders and insects are found perfectly preserved in Greenland

The Guardian:
Burning coal may have caused Earth's worst mass extinction

Atlas Obscura:
Found: Fossilized Pterodactyls With 30-Foot Wingspans

The Guardian:
Archaeopteryx 'flew in bursts like a pheasant', scientists say

Daily Mail:
Complex human cultures are OLDER than thought, according to ancient pigments and 320,000-year-old stone tools found in Kenya

Daily Mail:
Modern humans interbred with mysterious Denisovans at least TWICE after leaving Africa 200,000 years ago (and millions of people today still have their DNA)

History.com:
Julius Caesar's Forgotten Assassin

Atlas Obscura:
The Quest to Find the Lost Column of Venice

BBC History Extra:
The Duke of Cumberland and his valet: a bloody tale of attempted murder

History.com:
200 Years Ago, 'Frankenstein' Was Born During a Ghastly Vacation

Atlas Obscura:
Thomas Edison Was an Early Adopter of the Word 'Bug'

History.com:
Teddy Roosevelt's Bold (But Doomed) Battle to Change American Spelling

Atlas Obscura:
Remembering the Coral Route and Its Luxurious Flying Boats

The Conversation:
The man responsible for making March Madness the moneymaking bonanza it is today

BBC History Extra:
Ruth Ellis and the hanging that rocked a nation

History.com:
Why MLK Encouraged 225,000 Chicago Kids to Cut Class in 1963

History.com:
How Freedom Rider Diane Nash Risked Her Life to Desegregate the South

The Guardian:
How we made 2001: A Space Odyssey

Popular Mechanics:
Whatever Happened to the V-Chip?

The Conversation:
How China is rebooting retail

The Conversation:
100 years later, the madness of daylight saving time endures

The Conversation:
The dark side of daylight saving time

Popular Mechanics:
Watch These Cool GIFs Restore Ancient Ruins to Their Former Glory

Popular Mechanics:
The Ides of March and 24 Other Superstitions Explained

The Conversation:
10 things to know about the real St. Patrick

March 16, 2018

Popular Mechanics:
Largest Jet Engine in the World Takes First Flight

Popular Mechanics:
Ukraine Is Building a Spaceplane for...Saudi Arabia?

Spaceflight History:
Around the Moon in 80 Hours (1958)

Spaceflight History:
Dreaming a Different Apollo, Part Seven: Hypersonic NASA

Popular Mechanics:
The Owner's Guide To Your New Space Station

March 15, 2018

NewsHub NZ:
Kaikoura UFO mystery still flummoxing locals 40 years on

Spaceflight Now:
Musk: Atmospheric tests of interplanetary spaceship could happen next year

Spaceflight Now:
NASA releases summary of investigation into SpaceX's 2015 launch failure

Outer Places:
New Horizons Space Probe Will Visit the Extremely Distant 'Ultima Thule'

Astronomy Magazine:
Simulations show how Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko likely formed

Outer Places:
Hubble Tracks Down a 'Relic Galaxy' Near the Milky Way

March 14, 2018

Drive -- The War Zone:
Learjet And Airbus Had Strange Encounter With Mysterious Craft Over Arizona

Mirage News:
Mysterious loud boom shakes Oklahoma, locals report green and orange flashes

KOCO TV:
National Weather Service: Loud 'boom' could have been 'breaking up of a meteor'

Daily Mail:
Spot the space station! Astronomer captures image of China's out-of-control Tiangong-1 streaking across the sky as experts scramble to figure out where it will land

Outer Places:
SpaceX Mars Rocket Will Begin Test Flights as Early as 2019

Spaceflight Insider:
Elon Musk says 1st flight of SpaceX's Mars spaceship may happen in 2019

Outer Places:
Secrets Behind Water on the Moon Revealed in Lunar Creation Simulation

Spaceflight Insider:
NASA releases 360-degree video of InSight Mars lander test lab

March 13, 2018

Fairfield Citizen:
65th anniversary of UFO event Thursday

News.com Australia:
What caused one of the world's largest ever UFO sightings?

Spaceflight Insider:
SpaceX's most recent launch carried a secret military-funded experiment

Space News:
Mysteries surrounding July 14 Soyuz flight solved? Not quite.

Outer Places:
Super-Earth With Liquid Water Found With 14 Other New Planets Orbiting Cool Dwarf Stars

March 12, 2018

News.com Australia:
Footage of mysterious UFO above ocean stuns military personnel

IEEE Spectrum:
FCC Accuses Stealthy Startup of Launching Rogue Satellites

Outer Places:
NASA is Designing an Asteroid-Destroying Spacecraft Named 'HAMMER'

Astrobiology Magazine:
NASA Juno Findings - Jupiter's Jet-Streams Are Unearthly

Astrobiology Magazine:
Comet Chury formed by a catastrophic collision

WEEKEND EDITION: March 10, 2018 through March 11, 2018

Gizmodo:
Fundamental Equation of Quantum Physics Also Describes Rings and Disks in Space

Forbes:
This Experiment Famously Tried To Disprove Relativity. Here's What Went Wrong

CNBC:
This 13-foot robot cost over $100 million to develop and looks like it's straight out of a sci-fi movie

Daily Mail:
Blink and you'll miss it! Watch the jaw-dropping moment a robot solves a Rubik's Cube in .38 seconds, shattering the world record

Astrobiology Magazine:
Modern volcanism tied to events occurring soon after Earth's birth

Daily Mail:
Newly-found 'super-deep diamond' in Africa contains a rare Earth mineral never seen before on our planet

Forbes:
Scientists May Have Found The Birthplace Of Magnetic Field Reversals

Daily Mail:
Burned clay Bantu huts from 1,000 years ago have revealed how southern Africa's magnetic field has become so weak that it's dangerous for satellites to enter it

Ars Technica:
African rainforests vanished for 600 years, then bounced back - why?

Stuff NZ:
Fossils of surprisingly tiny flightless Central Otago birds present a mystery

Daily Mail:
Family of four mammoth skeletons including a rare 1-year-old infant goes up for sale AGAIN after first auction fails to meet £400,000 price tag

Forbes:
Why Do Canadian Geese Fly At Night?

National Geographic:
Discovering Gilgamesh, the World's First Action Hero

BBC History Extra:
8 things you (probably) didn't know about Tutankhamun

The History Blog:
Rome Metro construction reveals centurion's villa

National Geographic:
Zenobia, the Rebel Queen Who Took On Rome

Smithsonian Magazine:
Rubens' Sprawling Castle in the Belgian Countryside Is on the Market

Forbes:
The All Saints' Day Earthquake That Changed The World

The History Blog:
Bought for $20, little teapot with big history sells huge

The History Blog:
Slavery Museum acquires painting of abolition icon

HistoryNet:
Alexander Hamilton's Death: Suicide or Lost Shot

JStor:
How the Thames Tunnel Revealed London's Class Divide

HistoryNet:
Conversation Piece: J.E.B. The Inventor

HistoryNet:
The War In Their Words: I Do Not Think of Peace

HistoryNet:
The New Art of War: General Rains' 'villainously concealed' mines

History.com:
Why the Civil War Actually Ended 16 Months After Lee Surrendered

HistoryNet:
Mary Mann Hamilton: Delta Pioneer Woman

HistoryNet:
Longstreet's Second Lady

HistoryNet:
Meade in Allegory: The general's Washington, D.C., memorial took years to complete

Smithsonian Magazine:
Long-Lost Monet, Sent Away for Safekeeping Before WWII, Found in Louvre Storage

Timeline:
She was the first woman senator. Her term lasted exactly a day

HistoryNet:
Classic Dispatches: Siege Mentality

HistoryNet:
Hirano's Zero

Popular Mechanics:
Long-Lost World War II Aircraft Carrier Found at Last

HistoryNet:
Last Train Home

HistoryNet:
Who Shot Down Major Davis?

Popular Mechanics:
Russia Introduces Two New Nightmare Missiles

New Atlas:
Four "million-dollar barnfinds" go to auction this week

New Atlas:
At a glance: Amelia Island Auctions - every car in order of estimate

March 9, 2018

The Atlantic:
New Mexico's Sad Bet on Space Exploration

Popular Mechanics:
Now We Know Where the B-21 Secret Stealth Bomber Will Be Tested

Popular Mechanics:
China Is Building a Spaceplane of Its Own

The Aviationist:
This Is What The Northern Lights Look Like From Inside a U-2 "Dragon Lady" Spyplane

Universe Today:
Astronaut Scott Tingle Was Able To Control A Ground-Based Robot... From Space.

Spaceflight History:
Creation of an Artificial Lunar Atmosphere (1974)

Toronto Star:
Avro Arrow sheet metal worker was there the day the project died in 1959

March 8, 2018

Vice:
Government Documents Reveal Canada Took UFOs Seriously

BGR:
A skyscraper-sized asteroid just cruised by Earth - watch it fly by in this video

Seattle Times:
Loud boom, flash in sky over Grays Harbor County jolt Western Washington

RT:
Night turned into day: Dazzling 'meteor' blazes across sky in Russian Urals (VIDEOS)

Spaceflight Now:
Europe's ExoMars orbiter nears start of methane-sniffing science mission

Popular Science:
Venus may once have been habitable. Now it can tell us if other worlds might be as well.

Outer Places:
Jupiter's Storms Extend Deep Into the Planet's Insides

SyFy Wire:
An asteroid is about to embark on a very long voyage to interstellar space

March 7, 2018

Outer Places:
Secret Pentagon UFO Program 'Still Exists' and It's Investigating 'Significant Pilot Encounters'

Cumbria Mail:
Meteor in sky over South Cumbria captured on dashcam footage

Spaceflight Insider:
SpaceX launches 50th Falcon 9, orbits bus-sized Hispasat 30W-6

Spaceflight Now:
Soyuz launch from French Guiana delayed to Friday

Spaceflight Insider:
Mobile launcher gets Orion crew access arm, inches closer to completion

Spaceflight Now:
Photos: Atlas 5 blasts off with GOES-S weather satellite

Spaceflight Insider:
NASA telescopes discover water-rich exoplanet atmosphere

Forbes:
Why Do All The Planets Orbit In The Same Plane?

Popular Mechanics:
Falcon Heavy for the Outer Solar System

March 6, 2018

Newsweek:
2017 VR12: Asteroid That Could Be Bigger Than Empire State Building Is About to Pass by Earth

The Guardian:
China's Tiangong-1 space station will crash to Earth within weeks

Astrobiology Magazine:
Curiosity Tests a New Way to Drill on Mars

Forbes:
Sorry, Super-Earth Fans, There Are Only Three Classes Of Planet

Universe Today:
Bacteria Surviving On Musk's Tesla Are Either A Bio-threat Or A Backup Copy Of Life On Earth

March 5, 2018

C|Net:
See the bus-size asteroid caught buzzing past Earth

Newcastle Herald:
A meteor flashes across the sky of Newcastle

WKOW-TV:
Meteor seen in sky over Madison area Wednesday night

Racine County Eye:
Meteor a little too close for comfort for Racine man

Ars Technica:
The Falcon 9 rocket may reach 50 launches on Tuesday

Spaceflight Now:
InSight lander flown to California for final launch preps

Spaceflight Now:
Rideshare mission for U.S. military confirmed as second Falcon Heavy launch

Daily Mail:
Moon was created out of a giant 'dust doughnut' after Earth collided with a baby planet 4.5 BILLION years ago

Live Science:
Earth Was Vaporized 4.5 Billion Years Ago, and (Maybe) That's Why We Have a Moon

Forbes:
New Theory On Moon Formation Explained [Infographic]

Daily Mail:
First light in the universe: Astronomers find signs of early stars that formed 180 million years after the Big Bang in 'revolutionary' breakthrough

WEEKEND EDITION: March 3, 2018 through March 4, 2018

Daily Mail:
Falling into a black hole could wipe out your past and give you an unlimited number of futures

Popular Mechanics:
AI Algorithms Are Generating Videos Out of Thin Air

Daily Mail:
Meet the cyber SLUG: Scientists develop virtual sea creature that is self-aware and behaves like predators on the ocean floor

Stuff NZ:
Really extreme' global weather event leaves scientists aghast

Daily Mail:
Norway is spending $13 million to upgrade 'doomsday' Arctic seed vault as threat of climate change grows

BBC History Extra:
6 of the most catastrophic weather events in British history

Daily Mail:
Jurassic rock that was kept in storage for 35 years is cracked open by a salesman, 45, clearing up his home to reveal 180 million-year-old ammonite fossils worth more than £2,000

Gizmodo:
Ancient Elephants and Mastodons Were Totally Down With Inter-Species Boning

Smithsonian Magazine:
Rare Mammoth Tracks Reveal an Intimate Portrait of Herd Life

Daily Mail:
Mysterious Greenland sharks that can live for more than 500 YEARS and are the 'oldest living vertebrates' are captured in incredibly rare footage

Daily Mail:
Previously unknown 'super colony' of 1.5 MILLION penguins in Antarctica's remote Danger Islands is discovered from space

JStor:
The Unexpected Result of Australia's Dingo Fence

Daily Mail:
Giant 300,000-year-old hand axes that may have been used to cut up prey by a mystery ancestor are uncovered in Spain

Daily Mail:
A glimpse into the last 15,000 years in Aberdeen: Roman bread ovens, Stone Age pits and Bronze Age Beaker pots are found during work on a new bypass

Daily Mail:
History of tattooing is rewritten after world's earliest figurative inkings are found on 5,000-year-old Egyptian mummies in the British Museum

BBC History Extra:
6 things you (probably) didn't know about animals in ancient Rome

Daily Mail:
Archaeologists in Egypt unearth the head and chest of a statue of Ramses II just days after sun ceremony marking the ancient pharaoh's birthday

Jstor:
The Other Alexander the Great

Atlas Obscura:
Found: A 700-Year-Old Ring Adorned with St. Nicholas

Smithsonian Magazine:
Richard III's Cornwall accounts for fiscal year 1483 found in 1930s royal souvenir trinket box

JStor:
How Alexander Pushkin Was Inspired By His African Heritage

History.com:
How Napoleon Plotted One of History's Greatest Prison Breaks

JStor:
Why Verdi Wrote an Opera about Sex Work

Atlas Obscura:
How Photographs Printed on Paper Changed 19th-Century America

History.com:
Chasing the Myth of Confederate Gold

Smithsonian Magazine:
Stolen Degas Found in Luggage Compartment of French Bus

Smithsonian Magazine:
The Garfield Assassination Altered American History, But Is Woefully Forgotten Today

Air & Space Magazine:
The Dark Side of Glory

History Is Power:
Kansas imprisoned more than 5,000 women and girls for having STDs

History.com:
How Japan Took Control of Korea

Atlas Obscura:
The Poignant Gulag Art by Stalin's Doomed Meteorologist

Timeline:
The black-versus-white basketball game that integrated the sport

JStor:
Why Paul Robeson Was Labelled a Psychopath

Jstor:
The End of American Film Censorship

JStor:
How Consumerism Sold Democracy to Postwar Germany

Daily Mail:
Is this what doomsday will look like? Shocking footage re-emerges of a test of the most powerful nuclear device ever detonated by the US

Atlas Obscura:
Found: Details of Picasso's Plan for His Most Massive Work of Art

History.com:
Academy Award Winners Who Rejected Their Oscars

Atlas Obscura:
A Modern Controversy Over Ancient Homosexuality

Air & Space Magazine:
Tragedy Over Texas

Popular Mechanics:
The 50 Best New Board Games

March 2, 2018

The Aviationist:
Check Out These Amazing Photos Taken By A U-2 Pilot At The Edge Of Space

Air & Space Magazine:
The Crash That Doomed Henry Ford's Flying Car

Spaceflight History:
Creation of an Artificial Lunar Atmosphere (1974)

Ars Technica:
The Greatest Leap, part 6: After Apollo, NASA still searching for an encore

Popular Mechanics:
10 Rocket Launch Failures That Changed History

March 1, 2018

EarthSky:
This asteroid will pass closer than the moon on Friday

Outer Places:
Bus-Sized Asteroid Will Pass Closer Than the Moon This Week

Spaceflight Insider:
Space station trio returns to Earth after record-setting mission

Spaceflight Now:
Soyuz spacecraft brings three station fliers home

Popular Mechanics:
A Homecoming in Photos: Two Astronauts and a Cosmonaut Return to Earth

Space News:
Falcon 9 launch to wait until after Atlas 5 mission

Spaceflight Insider:
What was a SpaceX Crew Dragon doing in Port Canaveral?

Popular Science:
Our closest neighboring star system sounds like a terrible place to live

February 28, 2018

New Atlas:
China's first space station set to re-enter atmosphere in April, but where exactly is anyone's guess

New Atlas:
European Mars orbiter completes 11-month aerobraking maneuver

Popular Mechanics:
NASA's Odyssey Captures Stunning Images of Mars' Moons

Popular Mechanics:
Stratolaunch Monster Plane Hits 40 Knots in Latest Taxi Test

February 27, 2018

Spaceflight Now:
SpaceX postpones Falcon 9 launch over payload fairing concerns

Spaceflight Now:
Japanese spy satellite launch delayed by poor weather forecast

Daily Mail:
Cimon, a floating robot that knows more than a thousand phrases, will join astronauts aboard the International Space Station this year

Spaceflight Insider:
How is NASA's InSight Mars lander different from the Phoenix Mars lander?

Astrobiology Magazine:
Venus Returns to the Dusk Sky

Popular Science:
Meet the SpaceX ships that will never go to space

February 26, 2018

ABC Australia:
South Australia's X-Files: Curious Adelaide cracks open our most mysterious UFO cases

News.com Australia:
Asteroid 2018 DU is the 17th known to pass between the Earth and Moon so far this year

WHNT-TV:
Monday night's fireball over South Carolina seen as far away as Alabama!

Space News:
SpaceX launches pair of its demo internet satellites with Spanish radar satellite

Space News:
Bad coordinates led Ariane 5 launch astray, investigators conclude

Spaceflight Insider:
Robonaut2 returning to Earth later this year

Space News:
NASA Mars exploration efforts turn to operating existing missions and planning sample return

Astrobiology Magazine:
Seven Ways Mars InSight is Different

Astrobiology Magazine:
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope to Reveal Secrets of the Red Planet

Astrobiology Magazine:
On Second Thought, the Moon's Water May Be Widespread and Immobile

WEEKEND EDITION: February 24, 2018 through February 25, 2018

Forbes:
If The Universe Is 13.8 Billion Years Old, How Can We See 46 Billion Light Years Away?

Forbes:
Black Holes Must Have Singularities, Says Einstein's Relativity

Phys.org:
Some black holes erase your past

Daily Beast:
Are We Closer to Finding a Fifth Dimension?

Forbes:
The Four Scientific Meanings Of 'Nothing'

Popular Mechanics:
Boston Dynamics' Bot Will Not Go Quietly

New Atlas:
New firefighting robot gets put to the test

Science News:
New fossils are redefining what makes a dinosaur

Irish Times:
How colourful and feathery were the dinosaurs?

Sci-News:
New Research Sheds Light on Dinosaurs of 'Lost Landmass' of Appalachia

Stuff NZ:
Amber gives a glimpse of Gondwana's forest bugs

Atlas Obscura:
The Centuries-Old Mystery of How Florida Got Its Flamingos

The History Blog:
Oldest known cave art painted by Neanderthals

Daily Mail:
How the builders of Stonehenge 5,000 years ago were almost completely wiped out by mysterious 'Beaker people' from the continent whose blood runs in Brit veins to this day

Daily Mail:
Biblical prophet's tomb blown up by Isis reveals the inscribed remains of a once opulent palace belonging to 'the king of the world' who ruled Assyria 2,700 years ago

Live Science:
Is This Seal the Earliest Evidence of Biblical Prophet Isaiah?

Daily Mail:
Fragments of 2,600-year-old Nubian king statue adorned with hieroglyphics describing how he was 'beloved of a god' are found in a Nile River temple

Stuff NZ:
Scientists discover the secret to ancient Roman 'Gate to Hell'

The History Blog:
Only known Roman boxing gloves found at Vindolanda

Atlas Obscura:
The Africans Who Called Tudor England Home

Smithsonian Magazine:
The Fantastic Beasts of John James Audubon's Little-Known Book on Mammals

San Francisco Chronicle:
Incredible 19th century daguerreotypes show the faces of the Gold Rush

San Francisco Chronicle:
Album of stunning 1906 San Francisco earthquake photos up for auction

BBC History Extra:
5 tanks that changed the course of the First World War

Daily Mail:
The heroes of D-Day in colour: The actions of brave Allied troops who fought their way on to the beaches of Normandy are illustrated as never before

Daily Mail:
Revealed: Britain's secret team of expert forgers whose masterpieces were so good they could fool top Germans in World War Two - even creating a fake passport for Hitler

Atlas Obscura:
Rediscovering the Newsletter That Inspired a Generation of Comedians

History.com:
The 1960 Winter Olympics: Where Underdogs Ruled

Timeline:
Shootings, bombings, beatings, disappearances - welcome to 1964 Mississippi

Atlas Obscura:
The Art of Chinese Propaganda Posters

History.com:
The Revolution That Was 1968

History.com:
How the Black Power Protest at the 1968 Olympics Killed Careers

February 23, 2018

Popular Mechanics:
Russia, China Will Have Anti-Satellite Weapons "Within a Few Years"

The Aviationist:
Cockpit Video Shows F/A-18E Super Hornet Performing Case II Recovery With Low Visibility And Pitching Deck

The Aviationist:
Ten Years Ago Today The U.S. Air Force Lost Its First B-2 Stealth Bomber During Take Off From Guam. And Here Are Two Videos.

Popular Mechanics:
12 Monster Planes That Dominate the Skies

Air & Space Magazine:
Bruce McCandless and His Flying Machine

Ars Technica:
The Greatest Leap, part 5: Saving the crew of Apollo 13

February 22, 2018

Space.com:
SpaceX Delays Falcon 9 Rocket Launch Due to High-Altitude Winds

Daily Mail:
Strong winds force SpaceX to delay the launch of the first of nearly 12,000 'Starlink' satellites that could bring super-fast internet to billions of people

Space News:
NASA foresees human lunar landings by the late 2020s

Popular Mechanics:
NASA's $1 Billion Mobile Launcher Leans a Little

Daily Mail:
Nasa is making new spacesuits with built-in TOILETS to replace the leaky diapers currently worn by astronauts

Daily Mail:
European space probe that will 'sniff' the Martian atmosphere for signs of life has successfully swung into position ahead of its mission

Spaceflight Insider:
MRO image shows dust covering Phoenix landing site

Spaceflight Now:
Photos: Falcon 9 on the eve of launch from Vandenberg

February 21, 2018

Teslerati:
SpaceX to attempt "hot" Falcon 9 landing at sea in spite of heavy payload

Daily Mail:
SpaceX's claw boat dubbed 'Mr. Steven' will use a net 'like a giant catcher's mitt' to recover Falcon 9's nose cone after next launch

Spaceflight Insider:
Could the X3 ion thruster propel us to Mars?

Spaceflight Insider:
Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter in precautionary standby mode

Spaceflight Insider:
NASA's Opportunity rover still finding surprises on Mars

Daily Mail:
Cassini's 'final frontier': NASA shares stunning new image of the site where its spacecraft plunged into Saturn's atmosphere

Daily Mail:
Jupiter's Earth-sized 'Great Red Spot' megastorm may only have 10 to 20 years left before it dies

Spaceflight Insider:
Opportunity rover has spent 5,000 Martian days on the Red Planet

Popular Science:
The Little Rover That Could

February 20, 2018

Red Bull:
A history of Australia's eeriest alien encounters

EarthSky:
Astronomers tracking close-passing asteroid 2017 VR12

MetroNews Canada:
Green 'fireball' meteor Sunday wows Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island

Eugene Register-Guard:
Fireball of burning "space junk" glowed across northwestern Oregon on Wednesday night

The Oregonian:
Bright fireball that burned across Oregon skies likely just 'space junk,' experts say

Space News:
NASA certifies Falcon 9 for science missions

Spaceflight Now:
Photos: Russian cargo freighter blasts off from snow-covered launch pad

Daily Mail:
NASA revives its Cold War-era idea of using atomic rockets to create 'drastically smaller' craft that will get to Mars by the 2030s

Popular Mechanics:
After Years of Problems, NASA's Robonaut Is Coming Home

Daily Mail:
Can you see it? Elon Musk's red Tesla Roadster is spotted zooming through space in incredible footage captured 500,000 miles away

PRESIDENTS' DAY WEEKEND EDITION:
February 17, 2018 through February 19, 2018


Live Science:
Life Could Exist in Strange, Alien Universes

Forbes:
The Big Bang Theory's Top Critic Also Named It

Forbes:
Chaos Theory, The Butterfly Effect, And The Computer Glitch That Started It All

Daily Mail:
Robots ski and tumble down the slopes in their own 'Olympics' ski challenge on the sidelines of the Winter Games in Pyeongchang

Daily Mail:
Who's a good boy? Boston Dynamics' SpotMini robo-dog has learned how to open DOORS for his 'friends'

The Guardian:
Dinosaur-killing asteroid caused molten rock to burst from ocean floor - study

The History Blog:
Trail of mammoth footprints found in Oregon

Ars Technica:
DNA from the poop of extinct four-meter-tall birds reveals lost ecosystem

Daily Mail:
The rock art that rewrites the history of Saudi Arabia: 10,000-year-old engravings of rare aurochs and wild camels reveal the area would have been a haven for prehistoric animals

The History Blog:
Getty acquires 5th c. B.C. Etruscan sun god applique

The Guardian:
Friends, Romans, naked wolf-men ... why an ancient festival is still controversial

Daily Mail:
'Unprecedented' life-sized camel sculptures dating back 2,000 years are discovered engraved in rock in the Saudi desert

Smithsonian Magazine:
A Crusader-Era High Altar Resurfaces in Jerusalem's Holy Sepulcher

BBC History Extra:
The Jews of medieval England

The History Blog:
Portrait of Henry VIII is truly Tudor

The History Blog:
Mauritshuis identifies "copy" as original Jan Steen

Smithsonian Magazine:
Some Stories About George Washington Are Just Too Good to Be True

HistoryNet:
Untouchable Agent 13

History.com:
Which American President Was the First to be Photographed?

HistoryNet:
Elizabeth Peabody: An Old Soul

History.com:
California Once Tried to Ban Black People

History.com:
Meet the Real-Life Family Behind "Little Women"

HistoryNet:
SLIDESHOW: 5 Civil War Veteran Presidents

History.com:
Frederick Douglass's Emotional Meeting With His Former Slave Master

The Atlantic:
WWI's Zeppelin Bombings Popularized the Trend of 'Pyjamas'

Daily Mail:
Horrors of the Somme brought to life: Soldiers haul heavy guns through the mud and devastation and wait nervously in the trenches during WWI's bloodiest battle in incredible colourised photos

History.com:
A Divided Germany Came Together for the Olympics Decades Before Korea Did

Smithsonian Magazine:
The Devastating Impact of the 1961 Plane Crash That Wiped Out the Entire U.S. Figure Skating Team

Atlas Obscura:
The Gay Coffeehouse Where Off-Off Broadway Theater Was Born

Atlas Obscura:
The Underground Magazine That Sparked the Longest Obscenity Trial in British History

Popular Mechanics:
7 Monster Machines That Didn't Quite Go As Planned

Atlas Obscura:
Rediscovering the Blazingly Bright Colors of Ancient Sculptures

Atlas Obscura:
Meet the Artist Who Makes Creatures Out of Cutlery

February 16, 2018

Drive -- The War Zone:
You Need To Hear These FAA Tapes From That Oregon UFO Incident That Sent F-15s Scrambling

Popular Science:
China shot down another missile in space

Popular Mechanics:
Launching To Space at a Crawl

Popular Mechanics:
Here's How NASA's Wild Airless Tires Work

HistoryNet:
Delta Dreamer

Popular Science:
WATCH: 24 of the most famous space launches ever

Popular Mechanics:
The Very Real History of Death Stars

February 15, 2018

MuckRock:
Formerly SECRET memo shows how the Air Force investigated UFO sightings

Spaceflight Insider:
Orion spacecraft planned for lunar mission begins construction by Lockheed Martin

Stuff NZ:
Roger Hanson: The promise of the Heavy Falcon

Spaceflight Now:
Elon Musk's Tesla will have a close encounter with Earth in 2091

Astrobiology Magazine:
A Piece of Mars is Going Home

Daily Mail:
NASA spacecraft speeding toward a nearby asteroid snaps incredible photo of Earth and the moon from nearly 40 MILLION miles away

February 14, 2018

Daily Mail:
The secret payload aboard SpaceX's orbiting Roadster: Tiny quartz storage disc designed to last MILLIONS of years revealed to be carrying a mini 'library' through space

Spaceflight Now:
Soyuz rocket launches cargo freighter to International Space Station

Spaceflight Insider:
Progress MS-08 cargo ship launches on two-day trek to ISS

Spaceflight Insider:
What really happened to GovSat-1's Falcon 9 first stage?

Astrobiology Magazine:
Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Preparing for Years Ahead

Popular Science:
Dust, meteorites, cosmic rays and everything else currently destroying the Tesla in space

February 13, 2018

Michigan Radio:
Forty years ago this weekend, a WJR radio personality may have encountered a UFO

Spaceflight Insider:
Launch of Progress MS-08 space station cargo freighter scrubbed

Spaceflight Now:
Resupply launch scrubbed, thwarting fast-track rendezvous with space station

Space News:
NASA studying commercial crew contingency plans

Spaceflight Insider:
NASA prepares Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter to support future missions

Daily Mail:
Cigar-shaped interstellar asteroid that was thought to be an 'alien probe' collided with a mystery object before tumbling into our solar system at 97,200mph

February 12, 2018

Daily Mail:
Elon Musk's red Roadster is now officially a celestial object: NASA adds the orbiting sports car and 'space-suit wearing mannequin' to the log of objects in the solar system (and reveals it's also towing sci-fi novels and a toy Tesla)

Live Science:
The Next Falcon Heavy Will Carry the Most Powerful Atomic Clock Ever Launched into Space

Popular Mechanics:
Russia Is Now Working on a Super Heavy Rocket of Its Own

Popular Mechanics:
The James Webb Space Telescope Takes a Road Trip

Gizmodo:
Interstellar Asteroids Like 'Oumuamua Could Rewrite the Origins of Life on Earth

WEEKEND EDITION: February 10, 2018 through February 11, 2018

Popular Mechanics:
LHC Scientists Discover First Evidence of Particle Proposed Nearly 50 Years Ago

Forbes:
What's Wrong With Newtonian Gravity?

Popular Mechanics:
The Equation That Produces a Graph of Itself

Smithsonian Magazine:
Meet the Robots of the 2018 Olympics

Scientific American:
The Day the Earth Stood Still

IFL Science:
Bizarrely, A Tiny Town In Australia Is Actually Sitting On A Part Of Ancient North America

The Conversation:
Five active volcanoes on my Asia Pacific 'Ring of Fire' watch-list right now

Forbes:
The New Madrid Earthquake Struck 206 Years Ago

Daily Mail:
Climate change-driven collapse of rainforests 307 million years ago spurred mass extinction among Earth's first land animals - and paved the way for modern mammals to emerge

Stuff NZ:
Fossils from 205 million years ago named as a 'new' reptile

Daily Mail:
Scientists discover the most complete bird fossil from the dinosaur era ever found encased in 99 MILLION-year-old amber

Daily Mail:
Incredible 90 million-year-old fossil of a 'lizard fish' is found by a 10-year-old boy touring a Colombian monastery in a 'once-in-a-lifetime discovery'

ABC Australia:
Some things you may not know about fantastic flying foxes

ABC Australia:
Cheddar Man: First modern Britons had 'dark to black' skin, DNA research reveals

The Guardian:
Discovery of Windsor Neolithic monument excites archaeologists

The History Blog:
Tomb of high-ranking 5th Dynasty priestess found in Giza

Daily Mail:
Stunning new images mapping an ancient Mayan 'megalopolis' reveal the site where THOUSANDS of pyramids and palaces now lay hidden beneath thick jungle foliage in Guatemala

The History Blog:
Warwick high school scores a Roman villa

Daily Mail:
Archaeologists in Israel unearth 1,800-year-old 'rare and beautiful' Roman mosaic inscribed with mysterious Greek text at site of ancient shopping mall

Daily Mail:
One of the world's most famous medieval manuscripts, the lavishly illustrated Book Of Kells, was created in two halves up to 50 years apart

The History Blog:
UK bars export of rare Georgian baby house

Atlas Obscura:
How Lewis and Clark Helped Shape American English

Smithsonian Magazine:
The Book That Spooked the South

San Francisco Chronicle:
San Francisco's ghost ships are buried here

Smithsonian Magazine:
Frederick Douglass' 200th Birthday Invites Remembrance and Reflection

San Francisco Chronicle:
Here's what San Francisco looked like 100 years ago

San Francisco Chronicle:
You'll hardly recognize San Francisco in these vintage postcards from the 1939-40 Expo

Timeline:
Photos: The L.A. Zoot Suit Riots of 1943 were a targeted attack on Mexican and nonwhite youths

Smithsonian Magazine:
Rare Home Movies of the Secret Manhattan Project Grounds

BBC History Extra:
From Rosa Parks to Martin Luther King: the boycott that inspired the dream

Smithsonian Magazine:
In 1968, Three Students Were Killed by Police. Today, Few Remember the Orangeburg Massacre

History.com:
How the Black Panthers' Breakfast Program Both Inspired and Threatened the Government

Atlas Obscura:
Found: An Unknown Language Spoken in a Single Malaysian Village

Popular Mechanics:
What To Do in a Nuclear Attack

February 9, 2018

Daily Mail:
'Son of Blackbird' hypersonic spy plane could 'circle the globe in three hours' to strike targets at twice the speed of a bullet, Boeing engineer claims

Daily Mail:
Is this the flying taxi of the future? Electric 200mph 16-rotor 'megadrone' that can transform into a plane mid-air gets $100 million backing from Toyota and Intel

Daily Mail:
EHang's driverless MEGADRONE carries passengers around China at 80mph in its first ever test flights

Popular Mechanics:
Why an Enormous British Airship Required Thousands of Ox Intestines to Get off the Ground

Atlas Obscura:
When NASA Wasn't Sure if Astronauts Could Swallow in Space

Phys.org:
Sticking to the schedule was difficult for Apollo astronauts

Ars Technica:
The Greatest Leap, part 4: Catching Apollo fever as a new NASA employee

February 8, 2018

Evansville Courier & Press:
Webb: UFOs invaded the Tri-State in 1963. What were they?

Newsweek:
Two Asteroids Only Discovered Sunday Pass Earth Closer Than the Moon This Week

Inverse:
This Asteroid Can't Wait to Snuggle Earth on Friday

Daily Mail:
The galaxy's fastest car: Elon Musk releases stunning real-time video of Tesla Roadster and its passenger zooming through space (but admits it OVERSHOT its orbit and is now going beyond Mars at 25,000mph)

Daily Mail:
Elon Musk confirms the middle booster of Falcon Heavy EXPLODED after it missed its drone ship and hit the ocean at 300mph during SpaceX's historic launch of the world's most powerful rocket

The Guardian:
SpaceX rocket set to overshoot Mars and hurtle towards asteroid belt

Popular Mechanics:
SpaceX Aims to Begin BFR Spaceship Flight Tests as Soon as Next Year

New Atlas:
Dream Chaser cleared to visit space station in 2020

Astrobiology Magazine:
New study sheds light on moon's slow retreat from frozen Earth

Universe Today:
The Solar System Probably has Thousands of Captured Interstellar Asteroids

February 7, 2018

Spaceflight Insider:
SpaceX does it for the first time again: Falcon Heavy sends a Tesla to deep space

Daily Mail:
Flight of the Falcon: Moment Elon Musk fired the world's most powerful rocket and a Tesla Roadster to MARS (with Bowie's Life on Mars on its stereo and a crash-test dummy at the wheel) then landed two booster rockets together in perfect sync

Space News:
SpaceX no longer planning crewed missions on Falcon Heavy

Spaceflight Now:
Video: Falcon Heavy blasts off, boosters land at Cape Canaveral

Daily Mail:
India will land a rover on the moon in APRIL: Nation plans to send an orbiter, lander and a surface probe to explore the lunar south pole in a world first

Daily Mail:
Construction has officially begun on the Orion crew capsule that will one day take humans to the moon and Mars, Lockheed Martin reveals

Daily Mail:
Scientists discover planets in galaxies beyond the Milky Way for the first time in microlensing breakthrough

February 6, 2018

EarthSky:
Watch online as 2 asteroids sweep close this week

Spaceflight Insider:
SpaceX set to attempt history again with Falcon Heavy's first flight

Popular Mechanics:
SpaceX Just Put Out an Animated Version of the Falcon Heavy Launch

Popular Mechanics:
Elon Musk's Space Tesla Isn't Going to Mars. It's Going Somewhere More Important.

Spaceflight Now:
Photos: Falcon Heavy in position for first test launch

Universe Today:
12,800 Years Ago, Earth Was Struck by a Disintegrating Comet, Setting Off Global Firestorms

Daily Mail:
Ancient humans may have witnessed catastrophic fireballs from a 62-mile-wide comet near the end of the last Ice Age that spurred blazes larger than the 'dinosaur killers'

February 5, 2018

Smithsonian Magazine:
How UFO Reports Change With the Technology of the Times

Adventures in Poor Taste:
Life imitates art? - The reciprocal relationship between UFO reports and Hollywood

Daily Mail:
NASA fires up the engine of its SLS megarocket for the second time this year in another step toward future missions to the moon and Mars

Spaceflight Now:
SpaceX receives commercial launch license for first Falcon Heavy flight

Spaceflight Now:
Cosmonauts upgrade station high-gain antenna on record-breaking spacewalk

Daily Mail:
Mars as never seen before: NASA's Curiosity rover reveals a stunning panorama of the Martian landscape

Spaceflight Insider:
Tiangong-1 space laboratory to crash to Earth between mid-March and mid-April, according to new ESA estimates

WEEKEND EDITION: February 3, 2018 through February 4, 2018

Forbes:
How Did The Matter In Our Universe Arise From Nothing?

Daily Mail:
The most detailed model of our universe ever created: Stunning simulation showing 13 BILLION years of evolution could unlock the secrets of our cosmos

Wired:
The Legend of Chimp, the Vaguely Humanoid Robot

Live Science:
Meet Erica, Japan's Next Robot News Anchor

Edmonton Sun:
Japanese cafe hires robot barista

Daily Mail:
Rare 200 million-year-old ichthyosaurus fossil discovered in a private collection two decades after it was uncovered is only the second example of its species ever found

Daily Mail:
Stone mason, 21, inspired by Sir David Attenborough takes just 15 minutes to find a 190-million-year-old ammonite on his first ever fossil dig in East Devon

Daily Mail:
Dinosaurs and mammals crossed paths on this enormous slab of rock outside Washington, DC, 110 MILLION years ago (and it's been hiding in a NASA parking lot)

Daily Mail:
New species of bus-sized titanosaur that travelled across the Sahara 80 million years ago reveals an ancient link between Africa and Europe during the end of the dinosaurs' reign

Daily Mail:
Did humans leave Africa earlier than we thought? Scientists find impressive stone tools from India that suggest our species dispersed 85,000 years before

Ars Technica:
Hunting for the ancient lost farms of North America

Daily Mail:
Maya 'megalopolis' featuring thousands of ancient pyramids, palaces and causeways is found hidden under thick jungle foliage in Guatemala

Daily Mail:
Rare gold and garnet Anglo-Saxon cross found 'still gleaming' on the chest of a teenage noble girl buried 1,300 years ago is set to go on display in Cambridge

Smithsonian Magazine:
This Newly Digitized 16th-Century Planisphere Is the Largest-Known Early Map

Forbes:
The Day An Earthquake In America Caused A Tsunami In Japan

HistoryNet:
Missing Alamo Missives

History.com:
Was the Real Lone Ranger a Black Man?

HistoryNet:
Flash-in-the-Pan Creede

Atlas Obscura:
Demystifying the Winchester Mystery House

HistoryNet:
Wizard of the Wires

HistoryNet:
Speaking in Tongues

Air & Space Magazine:
The First Black Airmen to Fly Across America

HistoryNet:
The "Good" Conscientious Objector Lew Ayres

Aviation History Magazine:
Forty Seconds Over Eisenach

HistoryNet:
An Ill Wind: How American Secrecy Stopped a Japanese Terror Attack

HistoryNet:
Surprise, Kill, Vanish: Operatives Take On Nazi Forces in Norway

HistoryNet:
In the Uniform of the Enemy: The Dutch Waffen-SS

Flashbak:
The House of The Future: Charles Schridde's Stunning 1960s Adverts For Motorola

February 2, 2018

Jalopnik:
A Russian Fighter Jet Just Came Screaming Within Five Feet Of An American Navy Spy Plane

The Aviationist:
Navy Has Released Additional Videos Of The Russian Su-27 Intercepting U.S. EP-3E To Show How Close The Flanker Was To The Spy Plane

Popular Mechanics:
The Air Force Turned Off GPS To Rehearse a War Without It

Galesburg Register-Mail:
R-M Archives: Space race full speed in 1959

Austin American-Statesman:
The short suborbital career of Austin native Sam the Space Monkey

New Atlas:
60 years ago today, America launched its first satellite into orbit

Christian Science Monitor:
Explorer 1 at 60: How has space travel changed us?

Birmingham News:
Celebrating the Army's Explorer 1 legacy

Astronomy Magazine:
Explorer 1: The start of the American Space Age

Los Angeles Times:
Blast from the past: How Explorer 1, America's first satellite, launched the space race and NASA

Los Angeles Times:
They ran the first lap of a long space race

Space.com:
Relive the Launch of Explorer 1, America's 1st Satellite (Videos)

February 1, 2018

Space News:
SpaceX launches GovSat-1 with previously flown Falcon 9 booster

Spaceflight Now:
Soyuz rocket fires into space with 11 satellites

Spaceflight Insider:
Launch of GovSat-1 clears the way for first flight of Falcon Heavy

Spaceflight Now:
Juno's latest imagery from Jupiter

Daily Mail:
Rare 'super blue blood moon' not seen for more than 150 years stuns skygazers around the world

January 31, 2018

Spaceflight Insider:
SpaceX scrubs Falcon 9 launch to replace second stage sensor

New Atlas:
NASA to attempt recovery of lost IMAGE satellite

Ars Technica:
Russia's Proton rocket falls on hard times

Forbes:
How The James Webb Space Telescope Will Deploy (In An Ideal World)

Popular Science:
Astronauts lose weight in space, and it might be because their food is literally floating around inside them

Forbes:
Dawn Spacecraft Shines Light On Shrouded Dwarf Planet

January 30, 2018

Spaceflight Insider:
2nd Falcon 9 of 2018 readied to loft Luxembourg's GovSat-1

Universe Today:
NASA's Insight Lander Spreads Its Solar Wings. It'll Fly To Mars In May, 2018

Seeker:
NASA's GOLD Mission Will Observe How Weather on Earth and in Space Interact

Universe Today:
Icy Worlds Like Europa and Enceladus Might Actually be too Soft to Land On

Universe Today:
Get Set For a "Super Blue Blood Moon Total Lunar Eclipse"

January 29, 2018

Spaceflight Now:
China launches fourth trio of Yaogan military satellites since September

Spaceflight Insider:
Ariane 5 rocket places 2 satellites into orbit despite telemetry anomaly

Spaceflight Now:
Ariane 5 deploys two telecom satellites in orbit despite telemetry loss

Spaceflight Insider:
Satellites placed into incorrect orbits by Ariane 5 can be recovered, owners say

Space News:
SpaceX sets first Falcon Heavy launch for Feb. 6

Spaceflight Now:
SpaceX schedules Feb. 6 target date for Falcon Heavy test launch

Spaceflight Now:
Software patch fixes station robot arm; Monday spacewalk repair called off

Spaceflight Insider:
Software patch fixes Canadarm2 anomaly, US EVA-48 postponed

Spaceflight Insider:
Dust storms linked to gas escaping Martian atmosphere

New Atlas:
Long "dead" NASA satellite discovered alive by amateur astronomer

WEEKEND EDITION: January 27, 2018 through January 28, 2018

Forbes:
Yes, The Multiverse Is Real, But It Won't Fix Physics

Forbes:
The Three Meanings Of E=mc^2, Einstein's Most Famous Equation

Gizmodo:
Test of Einstein's Theory Confirms the Sun Is Losing Mass

Big Think:
The 3 biggest mistakes made by Einstein

BBC News:
Meet the motorbike-racing robot

Daily Mail:
Pole-dancing robot STRIPPERS that 'stole the show' at a Las Vegas club are headed to NYC this weekend

Albuquerque Journal:
Fabio (the robot) gets fired after only a week

Daily Mail:
Life may have existed on Earth more than 4 BILLION years ago during the planet's 'hellish' early years, when it was repeatedly slammed by asteroids

Daily Mail:
Raven-sized creature that lived in southern Germany 150 million years is the oldest example of the 'missing link' between dinosaurs and birds

Daily Mail:
How the horse lost its toes: Creature evolved hooves 5 million years ago to gallop faster but still carries the 'buds' of its lost digits complete with their own nerves and blood vessels

New York Times:
In Cave in Israel, Scientists Find Jawbone Fossil From Oldest Modern Human Out of Africa

The Guardian:
Oldest known human fossil outside Africa discovered in Israel

Daily Mail:
Neolithic pottery shard decorated with stunning ochre patterns reveals early humans in Europe were better connected than first thought

Daily Mail:
One of the world's first crayons used to decorate animal skins by our ancestors 10,000 years ago is found in an ancient lake in Scarborough

The History Blog:
83-ton Ramses II collossus moved to new home

Daily Mail:
Ancient calendar used by a celibate Jewish brotherhood is revealed in the Dead Sea Scrolls after scientists painstakingly piece together 60 tiny fragments of the mysterious text

Daily Mail:
Are we closer to solving the mystery of the 600-year-old Voynich manuscript? AI claims to have cracked the code in the 'world's most mysterious book'

Smithsonian Magazine:
How Dodge City Became a Symbol of Frontier Lawlessness

San Francisco Chronicle:
A peek inside vintage California grocery stores of years gone by

Atlas Obscura:
The U.S. Government Once Nuked a Bunch of File Cabinets

The Conversation:
50 years ago, a US military jet crashed in Greenland - with 4 nuclear bombs on board

Smithsonian Magazine:
Fifty Years Ago, North Korea Captured an American Ship and Nearly Started a Nuclear War

The Atlantic:
The People Who Would Survive Nuclear War

The Atlantic:
'Charlottesville': A Government-Commissioned Story About Nuclear War

Atlas Obscura:
Meet the People Keeping Mold-A-Rama Alive

January 26, 2018

Popular Mechanics:
No Treaty Will Stop Space Weapons

Wired:
Riding a Wild Wind, Transatlantic Jets Fly Faster Than Ever

Daily Mail:
The 'Segway of the sky' that ANYONE can fly: French Flyboard inventor Franky Zapata reveals new Ezfly hoverboard that uses jet thrusters to zoom you through the air at 80mph

Popular Mechanics:
Airports Keep Renaming Runways for a Peculiar Reason: Magnetism

The Verge:
Apollo astronauts often fell behind schedule on the Moon

Hackaday:
Space Escape: Flying A Chair To Lunar Orbit

Air & Space Magazine:
Before Launching Probes to Venus, NASA Had to Figure Out Exactly Where It Was

January 25, 2018

Daily Mail:
Nasa is tracking a 'potentially hazardous' asteroid the size of the Burj Khalifa that will fly past Earth at a distance of just 200,000 miles

Popular Mechanics:
There's a New Brightest Object in the Sky

Daily Mail:
Ready for liftoff! Elon Musk says Falcon Heavy megarocket could launch as soon as next week after SpaceX FINALLY fires up all 27 engines in secretive test at Florida launchpad

Spaceflight Now:
Hold-down firing nudges Falcon Heavy rocket closer to first liftoff

Spaceflight Insider:
SpaceX Falcon Heavy warms up LC-39A during static test fire

Universe Today:
Finally! SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Does its Static Fire Test. Actual Flight Should Be "In A Week Or So"

Popular Science:
Watch SpaceX's massive Falcon Heavy rocket pass an explosive milestone

Universe Today:
This is the Surface of a Giant Star, 350 Times Larger Than the Sun

Daily Mail:
Two Earth-like planets with enough water and heat for life to flourish are found in a solar system that looks similar to our own 39 light years away

January 24, 2018

Daily Mail:
SpaceX eyes Wednesday for the first test fire of all 27 engines on the Falcon Heavy megarocket after several setbacks

Popular Mechanics:
Rocket Lab Reveals Secret Engine and "Kick Stage" for the Electron Rocket

Spaceflight Now:
Spacewalkers complete repairs to station robotic arm

Spaceflight Insider:
Astronauts replace Canadarm2 'hand' on ISS in first spacewalk of 2018

Spaceflight Now:
Build-up of Ariane 5 rocket complete for launch Thursday

Spaceflight Insider:
Juno spacecraft captures stunning images of Jupiter's cloud tops, storms

January 23, 2018

Daily Mail:
When WILL SpaceX test its megarocket? Falcon Heavy static fire delayed again due to government shutdown - as NASA reveals it's also suspended activities

Daily Mail:
Nasa begins tests of its 430,000mph probe that will 'touch the sun' in an attempt to predict devastating solar storms

The Atlantic:
When Will Astronauts Launch From U.S. Soil Again?

Universe Today:
Upcoming Telescopes Should be Able to Detect Mountains and Other Landscapes on Extrasolar Planets

Gizmodo:
Our Universe Could Be Littered With Alien Viruses - and We Should Be Looking for Them

January 22, 2018

C|Net:
Newly spotted asteroid slips by Earth and nearby satellites

Washington Post:
Let's talk about the big scary asteroid that's NOT going to hit Earth

CBC:
Fire in the sky: Albertans report fireball over province

Daily Mail:
Meteorite hunters find first fragments of Michigan meteor days after the exploding space rock sent a fireball tearing through the night sky

Sky & Telescope:
Hunters Recover Meteorites From Michigan Fireball

Space News:
Rocket Lab Electron reaches orbit on second launch

Spaceflight Now:
Rocket Lab delivers nanosatellites to orbit on first successful test launch

Spaceflight Now:
U.S. military satellite launched to fortify against missile attacks

Spaceflight Now:
Asteroid missions on track to reach their destinations in 2018

Cincinnati Enquirer:
Ohio's famous encounter with a meteor had a lasting impression

Forbes:
Yes, We Can Survive A Deadly Asteroid Impact Just As Our Early Ancestors Did

The Conversation:
A huge asteroid wiped out the dinosaurs, but what danger do smaller ones pose?

WEEKEND EDITION: January 20, 2018 through January 21, 2018

Quanta Magazine:
Why an Old Theory of Everything Is Gaining New Life

Science Trends:
Using Machine Learning To Study The String Landscape

The Verge:
This tiny robot moves so fast it's just a blur on camera

Wired:
Forget the Robot Singularity Apocalypse. Let's Talk About the Multiplicity

Daily Mail:
From the tiny robot controlled by your brainwaves, to the AI companion that can recognize your pets: The adorable bots on display at CES

Daily Mail:
Exquisite wing fossils reveal the world's first butterflies appeared 200 million years ago, long BEFORE there were flowers on Earth to pollinate

Live Science:
Little 'Rainbow' Dinosaur Discovered by Farmer in China

Atlas Obscura:
An Amazing Fossilized Eye Reveals How an Ancient Bird Saw

Daily Mail:
The giant burrowing BAT that scurried along the ground 19 million years ago

Daily Mail:
Orangutans 'may know medicines unknown to humans': Great apes are filmed chewing plants to make 'ointment' that eases aching limbs in a world first

Daily Mail:
Incredible footage shows an octopus change colour in SECONDS to protect itself from predators

The Guardian:
Complex engineering and metal-work discovered beneath ancient Greek 'pyramid'

Live Science:
4,000-Year-Old Mummies Are Half Brothers, DNA Analysis Shows

Live Science:
Archaeologists Begin Search for Tomb of King Tut's Wife

Live Science:
Untouched 'Frozen Tomb' Discovered in Siberia

BBC History Extra:
Scythians: the art of war

The History Blog:
Precise date of Porta Nigra in Trier identified

The History Blog:
Unique Roman game board found in 4th c. tomb in Slovakia

Daily Mail:
Political life of the mysterious Moche 'desert people' is revealed after researchers uncover two secret chambers used by leaders for debates and elaborate feasts 1,500 years ago

Forbes:
The Day England Outlawed Alchemy

BBC History Extra:
Elizabeth of York: a Tudor of rare talent

BBC History Extra:
The plot to kidnap King George III

Smithsonian Magazine:
From Helping Shut-Ins to Sisterly Advice, Mail-Order Magazines Did More Than Just Sell Things

Atlas Obscura:
The British Once Built a 1,100-Mile Hedge Through the Middle of India

The History Blog:
Trouvelot's astronomical drawings to go on display

Daily Mail:
Seen for the first time in a century: Previously unknown Van Gogh masterpieces that provide a 'stylistic missing link' for the Dutch artist go on display in Amsterdam

Forbes:
Nikola Tesla's Earthquake Machine

Atlas Obscura:
The Painstaking Process Behind Those Wild WWI Naval Paint Jobs

Smithsonian Magazine:
The Woman Who Transformed How We Teach Geography

The Atlantic:
The Accidental Poison That Founded the Modern FDA

Atlas Obscura:
Who Really Designed the American Dime?

Atlas Obscura:
How Mr. Potato Head Changed the Advertising Business

Jalopnik:
This Is What A Nuclear 'Fizzle' Looks Like

Smithsonian Magazine:
Sixty Years Ago, Willie O'Ree Broke the NHL's Color Barrier

Atlas Obscura:
The Little-Known History of Seafaring Pets

January 19, 2018

Bloomberg:
America's Fastest Spy Plane May Be Back - and Hypersonic

The Aviationist:
The Belgian Air Force Has Released Footage Of The Russian Tu-160 Blackjack Intercepted Over The North Sea

History Net:
The Sky's Their Canvas

Daily Mail:
All hail the Hurricane: How the rugged aerial warrior was a masterpiece of strength and resilience that the RAF would have lost the Battle of Britain without

Air & Space Magazine:
The Day a Soviet Moon Rover Refused to Stop

Newmax:
Genius Was Behind Apollo's Lunar Legacy

January 18, 2018

Newsweek:
Giant 'Potentially Hazardous' Asteroid Will Whiz By Earth So Close We Can See Inside It

WILX-TV:
Meteorite fragments scattered across Mid-Michigan

ABC News:
Science Says: That Michigan meteor could have been meatier

Detroit Free Press:
Which type of meteorite landed in Michigan? NASA 90% sure it knows

Spaceflight Now:
Photos: Ground crews roll 75th Atlas 5 rocket to its launch pad

Spaceflight Insider:
Aerojet Rocketdyne starts off a busy 2018 with hot fire of RS-25 engine

Spaceflight Insider:
Long March 11 scheduled to orbit nine small satellites Friday

Astrobiology Magazine:
Cassini Finds Saturn Moon Has 'Sea Level' Like Earth

Spaceflight Insider:
Titan's haze captured in Cassini photo

Astrobiology Magazine:
Meteorites Brought Water To Earth During the First Two Million Years

January 17, 2018

CBS News:
"Likely" meteor lights up sky over Michigan, National Weather Service says

NBC News:
'Fireball' Lights Up Midwestern Sky, Tangles Emergency Phone Lines, Sets Twitter Ablaze

Spaceflight Now:
Sharp-eyed surveillance satellite launched by China

Spaceflight Now:
Electron test launch from New Zealand could happen this weekend

Spaceflight Now:
Photos: Delta 4 blasts off from Vandenberg's historic SLC-6 launch pad

Spaceflight Now:
James Webb Space Telescope completes critical end-to-end test

January 16, 2018

Digital Trends:
SpaceX aims to fire up its powerful Falcon Heavy rocket on Tuesday

Forbes:
Doubts About SpaceX Reliability Persist As Astronaut Missions Approach

Space News:
New U.S. missile-warning satellite set for launch at Cape Canaveral

Endgadget:
Chinese booster rocket nearly smashes into a small town

Spaceflight Insider:
Steep Martian slopes reveal structure of underground ice sheets

Astrobiology Magazine:
Ingredients for Life Revealed in Meteorites That Fell to Earth

January 15, 2018

Spaceflight Now:
Delta 4 rocket successfully lofts clandestine NRO satellite into orbit

Spaceflight Insider:
Classified NROL-47 mission launches from Vandenberg

Spaceflight Insider:
SpaceX's CRS-13 Dragon capsule departs ISS after 4-week stay

Spaceflight Now:
Commercial cargo craft splashes down in Pacific Ocean after station resupply run

Space News:
SpaceShipTwo performs glide flight in advance of powered tests

Space News:
Safety panel raises concerns about Falcon 9 pressure vessel for commercial crew missions

Salon:
The asteroids most likely to hit Earth

January 12, 2018

Daily Mail:
Has Lockheed Martin FINISHED building the secret hypersonic successor to the Blackbird? Skunkworks boss hints SR-72 bomber has 'already been made'

Popular Mechanics:
"Son of Blackbird": Boeing Reveals Hypersonic Concept That Could Replace SR-71

Daily Mail:
Virgin Galactic will send tourists into space within MONTHS: Richard Branson's VSS Unity spaceplane completes another successful glide test 3 years after the firm's deadly crash

Daily Mail:
Passenger 'super-drones' square off at CES as Workhorse and Volocopter show off incredible self-flying taxis

The Aviationist:
America's Secret Airline To Area 51 Is Now Hiring Flight Attendants

The Aviationist:
That Time the Luftwaffe Experimented with a Rocket-Launched F-104G Starfighter

January 11, 2018

Spaceflight Insider:
Chinese expert denies claims of Tiangong-1's uncontrolled re-entry

Universe Today:
China Says it Still has Control Over Tiangong - 1 and Can Decide Where It'll Crash

Daily Mail:
Top secret Zuma satellite DID fall into the Pacific after SpaceX launch, government officials confirm

Space News:
Pentagon shuts down questions about Zuma, and raises more questions

Spaceflight Now:
After Zuma, SpaceX keeps pace in preps for next Falcon 9 launch

Popular Mechanics:
Rocket Booster Falls From the Sky and Explodes Near Chinese Town

Daily Mail:
Think the weather is unpredictable on Earth? NASA image reveals the incredible cloud belts of Jupiter where storms rage with 129,000mph winds

Daily Mail:
Extraterrestrial diamond-studded 'Hypatia' stone found in Egypt is unlike anything seen in our solar system ever before, say scientists

January 10, 2018

Spaceflight Now:
Fate of mystery Zuma satellite in question

Daily Mail:
'Big Brother' spacecraft launches: World's first full-colour satellite is capable of capturing high-definition videos of individual people from orbit

Space News:
SpaceX delays commercial crew test flights to latter half of 2018

Space News:
Camera focus shift won't affect TESS mission

ABC Australia:
Mountain of water ice discovered just below Mars' surface

Space News:
In space and cyber, China is closing in on the United States

January 9, 2018

Regina Leader-Post:
Delving into Saskatchewan's most famous UFO sighting still sticks with me

Ars Technica:
It's not official, but sources say the secretive Zuma satellite was lost

Spaceflight Insider:
Was secret Zuma mission lost?

Spaceflight Now:
Plot thickens as New Horizons moves within year of next flyby

Spaceflight Insider:
Tiangong-1 space laboratory containing hazardous substance to crash to Earth in March

January 8, 2018

Spaceflight Insider:
SpaceX launches secretive 'Zuma' mission

Space News:
SpaceX launches classified payload to kick off busy year

Spaceflight Now:
SpaceX kicks off ambitious 2018 schedule with launch for U.S. government

Spaceflight Now:
Video: Falcon 9's first stage paints a dazzling spectacle in the sky

Space News:
Sierra Nevada clears Dream Chaser test milestone

Spaceflight Insider:
NASA's 'most experienced' astronaut, Moonwalker, John Young passes away aged 87

WEEKEND EDITION: January 6, 2018 through January 7, 2018

Forbes:
How Did The Matter In Our Universe Arise From Nothing?

Forbes:
Scientists Still Don't Know How Fast The Universe Is Expanding

Smithsonian Magazine:
This Is the Largest Known Prime Number Yet

Wired:
A Clever New Robotic 'Muscle' Seriously Lifts, Bro

Digital Trends:
Panasonic built a robot gentle enough to pick tomatoes, but not exactly graceful

Motherboard:
Should Robots Have Legs? An Investigation

Forbes:
This Is How Colossal The Largest Eruption Of The 20th Century Really Was

Forbes:
A Photographic Tour Of Some Of Iceland's Most Beautiful Volcanoes

Newsweek:
How Did Animals Evolve? Ancient Species Survived Without Oxygen

Newsweek:
Dinosaurs Ruled in 2017 - Here Are the Incredible Discoveries You May Have Missed

Atlas Obscura:
Found: A New Species of Lizard in a Dinosaur's Stomach

Newsweek:
Ancient Cave in China Filled With 45,000-Year-Old Stone Tools and Animal Bones, New Excavation Reveals

New Atlas:
Ancient DNA discovery reveals previously unknown population of native Americans

Live Science:
1,000-Year-Old Stone Structure in Mexico May Depict Creation of Earth

Atlas Obscura:
The Grocery List Sketched by Michelangelo

The History Blog:
Wellcome acquires elegant portrait of luxuriously bearded woman

Daily Mail:
Paper scraps from wreck of Blackbeard's 300-year-old flagship Queen Anne's Revenge reveal pirates enjoyed reading Captain Edward Cooke's 1712 adventure stories from the South Seas

BBC History Extra:
Frankenstein at 200: the birth of a gothic monster

Atlas Obscura:
Why a Maritime Forecast Is So Beloved in the United Kingdom

National Geographic:
Inside the 30-Year Quest for Babylon's Ishtar Gate

Smithsonian Magazine:
The Extraordinary Life of Nikola Tesla

Timeline:
The black celebrity from Hollywood's Golden Age who revealed the complexities of passing for white

Forbes:
Baseball And The Atom Bomb

Smithsonian Magazine:
Teen Idol Frankie Lymon's Tragic Rise and Fall Tells the Truth About 1950s America

Smithsonian Magazine:
A Timeline of 1968: The Year That Shattered America

Smithsonian Magazine:
How Douglas Engelbart Invented the Future

Smithsonian Magazine:
Revisiting Vietnam 50 Years After the Tet Offensive

BBC History Extra:
Six trivial decisions that changed British history

Smithsonian Magazine:
The Top Ten Most Important Ancient Documents Lost to History

January 5, 2018

Popular Mechanics:
15 Air and Space Missions We're Excited for In 2018

New Atlas:
Workhorse's newly approved passenger drone free to fly at CES

The Aviationist:
The Incredible B-2 Wing Flutter Video and What It Means.

Atlas Obscura:
A Rooster, a Duck, and a Sheep Walk Into a Hot Air Balloon...

Spaceflight History:
What If a Shuttle Orbiter Struck a Bird? (1988)

Atlas Obscura:
How Space Stations Die

News.com Australia:
Last Apollo flight finally put scientist on the moon

January 4, 2018

Spaceflight Insider:
SpaceX conducts rehearsal for classified Zuma launch

Daily Mail:
SpaceX reveals stunning drone footage of its Falcon Heavy 'megarocket' on the launch pad

Spaceflight Insider:
2 external instruments installed on ISS over New Year's holiday

Daily Mail:
Japan launches 'super low altitude' Earth observation satellite that will orbit just 180 miles above us using a radical ion engine

Daily Mail:
Think the wolf moon was impressive? 'Super blue blood moon' to be visible for the first time in over 150 years on January 31st

January 3, 2018

Daily Mail:
SpaceX prepares to launch secretive Zuma satellite - but refuses to reveal what the top secret project is

Spaceflight Now:
Classified payload hoisted atop Delta 4 rocket at Vandenberg

Daily Mail:
Stunning NASA image from a spacecraft on its way to an asteroid shows Earth and the moon from three million miles away

Popular Science:
Five questions about NASA's plans to visit an alien world in 2069

Space News:
Sorry sci-fi fans, real wars in space not the stuff of Hollywood

January 2, 2018

Muncie Star Press:
UFO mania hit Muncie hard in 1973

New York Times:
Dad Believed in U.F.O.s. Turns Out He Wasn't Alone.

Metro:
Planet Earth survives nail-biting 'near miss' with bus-sized asteroid 2017 YZ4

Forbes:
Massive Near-Earth Asteroid Phaethon Is Even Bigger Than We Thought

Metro:
Spectacular fireball lights up the skies over Yorkshire on New Year's Eve

Sky and Telescope:
Looking Ahead: Space Missions for 2018

Gizmodo Australia:
All The Wild Stuff We're Going To Do In Space And Physics In 2018

Daily Mail:
First glimpse of Falcon Heavy: SpaceX raises Elon Musk's 'megarocket' on Cape Canaveral launchpad

Spaceflight Insider:
SpaceX Falcon Heavy raised for 1st time at Kennedy Space Center

Spaceflight Now:
Rocket and satellite preps on track for next Atlas 5 launch

Popular Mechanics:
U.S. and China Both Want to Launch a Mars Sample Return Mission Before 2030

Daily Mail:
China set for groundbreaking 2018 mission to the far side of the moon - and will try to grow plants and insects on the lunar surface

NEW YEAR'S WEEKEND EDITION:
December 30, 2017 through January 1, 2018


Daily Galaxy:
"The Multiverse?" -- Merging Neutron Stars Challenge Existing Theories of Gravity and Dark Energy

Daily Mail:
Checkmate humanity: In four hours, a robot taught itself chess, then beat a grandmaster with moves never devised in the game's 1,500-year history and the implications are terrifying

Daily Mail:
Where the 'Ring of Fire' could ignite in 2018: Researchers reveal the six volcanoes most at risk of eruption

Universe Today:
Just a Billion Years After the Earth Formed, Life had Already Figured out Plenty of Tricks

Astrobiology Magazine:
Origins of photosynthesis in plants dated to 1.25 billion years ago

Atlas Obscura:
Found: A Tiny, Terrifying Sea Monster From 500 Million Years Ago

Atlas Obscura:
Found: A Plesiosaur, Antarctica's Oldest Animal Fossil

Daily Mail:
Dozens of perfectly preserved dinosaur eggs dating back 130 MILLION YEARS are unearthed in China's 'hometown of scary dragons'

Daily Mail:
Tufty hair, orange eyebrows, freckles and no roar: What tyrannosaurus rex was REALLY like

Live Science:
Ancient Axes, Spear Points May Reveal When Early Humans Left Africa

Daily Mail:
5,000-year-old eyeliner and scarabs inscribed with the titles of the elite reveal the rise of ancient Jericho

Daily Mail:
800-year-old coin minted by Henry III but then scrapped when blundering officials realised it was worth more as gold than its face value is expected to make £500,000 at auction

The History Blog:
Visitor identifies plant decorating medieval chest

Daily Mail:
The Christmas Flood of 1717: How one of the most devastating storms in European history killed 13,700 people in Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands

History.com:
Women Got 'Married' Long Before Gay Marriage

BBC History Extra:
9 things you (probably) didn't know about Helen Keller

History.com:
How Times Square Became the Home of New Year's Eve

The New Yorker:
A New History of the Second World War

History.com:
The 7 Most Notorious Nazis Who Escaped to South America

History.com:
How a Postal Strike Became a National Emergency for Richard Nixon

Popular Mechanics:
The 2018 Sci-Fi Film Guide




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