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Bees use vibrating hair to find pollen

Irish Examiner - ‎1 hour ago‎
Bumblebees use tiny vibrating hairs to sense electric fields transmitted by flowers, a study has shown. Static electricity causes the hairs to move and helps the bees find sources of pollen, scientists have discovered.
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Mars astronauts 'will drink water filtered using wonder material based on bacteria found in TEA'

Irish Mirror - ‎6 hours ago‎
Certain bacteria found in tea is used in a range of products including materials for headphones, ingredients in cosmetics and occasionally as a leather substitute in clothes.
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Sexist, maybe? Extra wide, pink parking spots for women in China

Los Angeles Times - ‎7 hours ago‎
The Chinese Internet was awash in debate over sexism Monday, spurred on by an unlikely subject: parking lots. On Saturday night, the Qianjiang Evening News, a state-run newspaper, reported that since March, a highway service area in the eastern ...
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Hubble spots possible answer to supermassive black hole birth mystery - ‎May 28, 2016‎
Artist's impression of the surroundings of the supermassive black hole in NGC 3783. Image via ESO/M Kornmesser. Share on Facebook · Tweet about this on Twitter · Share on LinkedIn · Share on Google+ · Pin on Pinterest · Share on Reddit · Email this to ...
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Astronomers expect best view of Mars in 11 years: expert

CTV News - ‎32 minutes ago‎
Stargazers around the world are hoping to catch a glimpse of Mars on Monday night, as the red planet makes its closest approach to Earth in more than a decade.
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Exoplanet 1200 lightyears away could be habitable, models suggest

Christian Science Monitor - ‎4 hours ago‎
A distant planet 1,200 light years away from Earth, perhaps home to rocky topography and an ocean, may be capable of sustaining life, according to a new study.
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Watch the Space Station's first inflatable habitat grow in new NASA time-lapse

Mashable - ‎5 hours ago‎
Over the weekend, we told you about NASA's new expandable International Space Station habitat, the Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM), a 13-foot-long by 10.5-foot-wide room now attached to the outside of the Space Station.
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Are reusable rockets the future of space flight?

San Antonio Express-News (subscription) - ‎2 hours ago‎
Like a lit candlestick tossed toward the ground, the 135-foot rocket arced toward a tiny platform, barely distinguishable as it bobbed on a hazy blue sea.