Ancient Microbes May Help Find Alien Life Forms (Planet Earth Report/Weekend)

NASA Earth from Space

 

Today’s stories range from Microbial Dark Matter – Thousands of Unknown Bacterial Species Discovered in Hawaiian Lava Caves to Scientists Uncover the Largest Asteroid Crater on Earth under 100,000 years old to China Plans to Turn the Moon into an Outpost for Defending Us from Asteroids, and much more.

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Cosmos Unfolds Live via the James Webb to Search for Alien Life has Entered a New Era (The Galaxy Report-Weekend)

ESO Observatories

Today’s stories range from Ancient Microbes May Help Us Find Alien Life Forms to There’s Growing Evidence Life on Earth Started With More Than Just RNA, and much more.

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Super Earths Could Be Habitable for 80 Billion Years (The Galaxy Report)

ESO Observatories

 

Today’s stories range from Pentagon creates Anomaly Resolution Office to Enceladus’s oceans may be the right saltiness to sustain life to LHCb Ramps Up the Search for Dark Photons, and much more.

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New Vision of Our Ancient Universe to Are Cryptocurrencies a Ponzi Scheme? (Planet Earth Report)

Earth from Space

 

Today’s stories range from  to is the Metaverse Science Fiction or Reality to Seven Spectacular Lessons from Webb’s First Image to the Quantum Theory of Consciousness Put in Doubt, and much more.

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Scientists React to Webb’s 1st Images to Quantum Alien Signals (The Galaxy Report)

 

Alma Observatory

 

Today’s stories range from the headline to The Gaia Spacecraft has identified two giant new planets in the Milky Way to James Webb Space Telescope team quietly releases a picture of Jupiter to Building Blocks of RNA Spotted at the Center of the Milky Way to Dark Matter Doesn’t Exist, and much more.

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World’s Astronomers Comment on NASA’s New UAP/UFO Study (Revised and Expanded)

NASA UFO Study

 

Reposted today with new entries from Jacob Misra, Senior Research Investigator at the Blue Marble Space Institute of Science and UCLA’s Mark Morris, a founding member along with Nobel Laurate Andrea Ghez of the UCLA Galactic Center Group.

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