*Solar Orbiter discovers tiny jets that could power the solar wind
Astronomers have discovered tiny jets on the Sun that could be the source of the solar wind – the constant stream of charged particles flowing out from the S un and filling the solar system.
*Looking for signs of the earliest life in outback Australia
Astrobiologists and geologists with NASA have been scouring the Pilbara region of outback Western Australia looking for the earliest signs of life on Earth.
*Getting busy aboard the International Space Station
Four new astronauts have arrived aboard the International Space Station following a text book launch from the Kenedy Space Centre in Florida.
*The Science Report
Study shows claims paper straws contain potentially toxic chemicals.
Scientists find that single use paper cups are just as toxic as plastic cups.
The secret spices used in the ancient Egyptian mummification process.
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