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Recent articles by Georgina:

Glowing OLED tattoos could be used for fashion, health care, and more

Scientists recently developed a light-emitting, transferable tattoo that can be attached to the skin and could be used to display information. → Read More

Could Supermassive Black Holes Be Formed From Dark Matter?

How did supermassive black holes form in the early universe? Dark matter could hold the key. → Read More

Hubble captures a wandering comet passing through the Trojan asteroids

Hubble Space Telescope snapped an image of an object called P/2019 LD2 which is part-comet, part-asteroid. → Read More

How to Watch SpaceX's 20th Starlink Launch Tonight

Tonight, SpaceX will launch its twentieth batch of Starlink satellites using a Falcon 9 rocket launched from Florida. Here's how to watch. → Read More

Two NASA astronauts are spacewalking outside the ISS right now

NASA astronauts Kate Rubins and Victor Glover are performing a spacewalk outside of the International Space Station to upgrade the station's solar arrays. → Read More

How to watch the Indian Space Research Organisation launch 19 satellites tonight

The Indian Space Research Organisation will be launching 19 satellites tonight, including a Brazilian satellite to monitor the deforestation of the Amazon. → Read More

NASA Renames Headquarters After 'Hidden Figure' Mary Jackson

This week, NASA celebrated an iconic figure from its past, Mary Jackson, by renaming its headquarters in her honor. → Read More

Gorgeous image of Venus snapped by the Parker Solar Probe on its way past

NASA has shared a gorgeous image of Venus, captured by the Parker Solar Probe on a flyby of the planet in July last year. → Read More

This tiny, round probe could explore caves on the moon

Most exploration of the moon focuses on its surface, but a trio of missions proposed to ESA would head below ground to explore the subterranean lunar world. → Read More

Best Cheap Powerbeats Pro Deals for February 2021

Some of the hottest earphones available right now are the Powerbeats Pro from Beats by Dre, and we've hunted down the very best deals on them. → Read More

Incredible Video of the Perseverance Rover Landing on Mars

Stop what you're doing and watch this awe-inspiring video of the Perseverance rover landing on Mars → Read More

Hubble Captures the Beautiful Tantrums of a Baby Star

This strange-looking sight, captured by the Hubble Space Telescope, is a pair of Herbig-Haro objects which could give clues to how stars are born and evolve. → Read More

WhatsApp Accounts that Don't Agree to Privacy Policy

WhatsApp has revealed what will happen to the accounts of users who don't agree to its controversial new privacy policy by the May 15 deadline. → Read More

SS Katherine Johnson spacecraft is on its way to the International Space Station

Yesterday a Northrop Grumman cargo spacecraft named after groundbreaking NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson was launched on a mission to resupply the ISS. → Read More

See a map of 25,000 supermassive black holes in distant galaxies

It might look like a map of stars, but each dot on this map of the night sky represents a supermassive black hole, each in a different distant galaxy. → Read More

Flight test for troubled Starliner capsule pushed back to April

Boeing had been planning to test its upcoming crew capsule, the Starliner, next month. Now the second orbital test flight has been pushed back until April. → Read More

See a preview of the Perseverance landing from the POV of the descent stage

NASA has shared a remarkable image of the landing of the Mars Perseverance rover, showing it dangling from cables as it approaches the planet's surface. → Read More

Mars Helicopter Ingenuity Checks in From the Red Planet

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory has shared the first update from Ingenuity, the helicopter which landed on Mars along with the Perseverance rover this week. → Read More

Famous black hole is even more massive than previously thought

Astronomers have discovered that the first black hole ever discovered, Cygnus X-1, is even more massive and further away than previously thought. → Read More

FAA Finds SpaceX Explosion Did Not Endanger the Public

The FAA has closed its investigation into SpaceX and found that an explosion during testing of the Starship rocket prototype did not put the public in danger. → Read More