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In this series, we cover stories ranging from black holes in distant galaxies to scientists designing robotic instruments that will probe hard-to-reach planets, in a quest to explore and understand our solar system and the universe.

Space Science Series

Most distant star to date spotted – but how much further back in time could we see?

Apr 05, 2022 11:56 am UTC| Science

The Hubble Space Telescope has observed the most distant star ever seen Earendel, meaning morning star. Even though Earendel is 50 times the mass of the Sun, and millions of times brighter, we would not normally be able...

Space Science Series

Russian invasion of Ukraine and resulting US sanctions threaten the future of the International Space Station

Feb 26, 2022 10:01 am UTC| Science

New U.S. sanctions on Russia will encompass Russias space agency, Roscosmos, according to a speech U.S. President Joe Biden gave on Feb. 24, 2022. In response to these sanctions, the head of Roscosmos on the same day...

Space Science Series

Asteroid sharing Earth’s orbit discovered – could it help future space missions?

Feb 04, 2022 02:24 am UTC| Science

Research has shown that the Earth trails an asteroid barely a kilometre across in its orbit about the Sun only the second such body to have ever been spotted. It goes round the Sun on average two months ahead of the...

Space Science Series

A rogue rocket is on course to crash into the Moon. It won't be the first

Feb 02, 2022 09:43 am UTC| Science

In a few weeks time, a rocket launched in 2015 is expected to crash into the Moon. The fast-moving piece of space junk is the upper stage of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket which hoisted the Deep Space Climate Observatory...

Space Science Series

The Moon's top layer alone has enough oxygen to sustain 8 billion people for 100,000 years

Nov 13, 2021 07:44 am UTC| Science

Alongside advances in space exploration, weve recently seen much time and money invested into technologies that could allow effective space resource utilisation. And at the forefront of these efforts has been a laser-sharp...

Space Science Series

A new era of planetary exploration: what we discovered on the far side of the Moon

Nov 13, 2021 07:34 am UTC| Science

Seven months after it was launched, the US robotic rover Perseverance successfully landed on Mars on February 18 2021. The landing was part of the mission Mars2020 and was viewed live by millions of people worldwide,...

Space Science Series

Perseverance’s first major successes on Mars – an update from mission scientists

Oct 09, 2021 08:13 am UTC| Science

In the short time since NASAs Perseverance rover landed in Mars Jezero Crater on Feb. 18, 2021, its already made history. At the moment, Mars and the Earth are on opposite sides of the Sun, and the two planets cannot...

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Economy

LG Energy, Isuzu Motors ink deal for $765M EV battery supply

LG Energy Solution Ltd., a South Korean battery manufacturing company, has signed a deal with Japans Isuzu Motors for the supply of batteries for its electric vehicles. It was reported that the Japanese automaker decided...

CJ ENM, The Sandbox team up to build metaverse in LAND

CJ ENM signed a deal with The Sandbox to promote its TV programs in the metaverse. The South Korean entertainment company announced their partnership on Monday, July 4. The Sandbox was initially launched as a 3D game in...

Yum Brands in advanced talks to sell KFC in Russia

KFCs parent company, Yum Brands Inc., revealed on Tuesday, July 5, that it is close to selling its fried chicken restaurant business in Russia. The company confirmed it is already in advanced talks to transfer franchise...

SAS Scandinavian airline files for bankruptcy amid strike staged by the pilots

SAS Scandinavian Airlines has filed for Chapter 11 in the United States as its pilots stage a strike that has grounded flights. The company made the move to push and hasten its company restructuring plans. According to...

Kanye West served a burger restaurant a cease and desist order, forcing it to change its brand name and logo

Kanye West reportedly forced an Australian burger restaurant to stop using its name and logo by serving it with a cease and desist order. The American rapper and producer asked the College Dropout Burgers to stop using its...

Politics

NATO in talks to set up naval base in Albania, says PM

Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama said Friday last week that they were having discussions with NATO about building a naval base at a port that is under construction on the Adriatic Coast for the alliance. This also comes...

Russia-Ukraine conflict: Ukrainian flag will be raised on Snake Island after withdrawal of Russian forces

In the midst of the advances Russia has claimed to make in its war with Ukraine, Kyiv has also made gains in the heavy conflict centered on its eastern territory. Ukraines military said the Ukrainian flag would soon be...

European Union to establish platform for rebuilding of Ukraine

The European Union is already looking to address efforts to rebuild Ukraine as it continues to resist the aggression by Russian forces. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said the EU would be setting up a...

North Korea blasts US-South Korea-Japan agreement on enhanced military cooperation

North Korea has continued to accuse the United States of trying to establish a military alliance similar to NATO as of late. Pyongyang has made the accusation again following the agreement by the US, South Korea, and Japan...

Science

New S. Korean technology repairs car scratches through sunlight exposure

The Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology has developed a new self-healing coating material that repairs car surface scratches through sunlight exposure. To change their chemical properties and make high...

Sea lettuce used as cow feed may lower marine ecosystem threat

A joint study conducted by a local feed manufacturer and Konkuk University showed that cows fed with a newly developed feed containing sea lettuce emitted 28 percent less methane gas than those who werent. Cows fed sea...

S. Korean scientists develop robot skin that senses tactile stimuli, self heals

A research team from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) has developed a robot skin that can sense external tactile stimuli and recover from injury when damaged. The newly developed robot skin...

Absolut enlists startup's help in developing fiber-based bottle cap

The Absolut Company is enlisting the help of Swedish start-up Blue Ocean Closures in developing a fiber-based closure cap for its Absolut Vodka bottle. The caps design uses a combination of sustainably sourced FSC fiber...

S. Korea to produce biodegradable plastic with seaweed

South Koreas Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries and a research team at Pohang University of Science and Technology will begin developing technology that uses marine plants to produce biodegradable plastic material. Among...

Technology

Coca-Cola to launch Pride Series NFTs

Coca-Cola will be launching 136 Pride series NFTs in collaboration with designer and advocate for LGBTQIA+ rights, Rich Mnisi. Some of the NFTs are already listed on OpenSea. The Coca-Cola Pride Series NFTs have a...

Apple Watch Series 8 could gain body temperature sensor, report says

The Apple Watch Series 8 may be gaining a new health sensor that could be helpful amid the ongoing pandemic. A new report suggests Apple could ship its next generation of smartwatches with a new feature that can monitor...

Report: AirPods Pro 2 will not feature a heart rate monitor

The rumored heart rate monitor feature on the AirPods Pro 2 is reportedly unlikely to become a reality this year. But it could be something that Apple would introduce in future versions of the true wireless...

EA unveils ‘Skate 4’ ‘pre-pre-pre-alpha’ gameplay trailer

Skate 4 was announced nearly two years ago, but fans might still have to wait a long time before the game is released. EA and developer Full Circle released the latest trailer for the game, but it is not the usual teaser...

MacBook Air with M2 chip could arrive in stores in mid-July

The retail launch of the redesigned MacBook Air is reportedly close, with new information claiming that Apple fans will soon be able to pre-order the device. It appears that the tech giant is on track to release the new...
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