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*First images of the origins of Fast Radio Bursts
Astronomers have for the first time ever imaged the exact location of a one-off Fast Radio Burst – one of the most mysterious events in the universe.
*All systems go for a new spacecraft to study the Sun
The European Space Agency’s Solar Orbiter is continuing with a long series of tests as mission managers prepares the 1.8 tonne spacecraft for its seven year mission to study the Sun.
*Dust rings around Venus could provide clues to unchartered asteroids
Astronomers studying dust rings in the inner solar system tracing the orbits of Mercury, Venus, and Earth, believe the Venus ring could hint at unchartered asteroids.
*Space Station crew returns to Earth
Three members of the Expedition 59 crew have returned safely to Earth after spending six months aboard the International Space Station.
*The Science Report
New questions about the real dangers of saturated fats in our diets.
Australia records the lowest number of HIV diagnoses since 2001
Environmental disaster as massive mangrove dieback hits Australia’s Gulf of Carpentaria.
Iran breaches its nuclear deal again.
New research confirms salads don’t scream when you eat them.
The Blackberry Key2 review
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