Lost in space: Astronauts struggle to regain bone density

Astronauts lose decades of bone mass in space that many don’t regain even after a year back to Earth, researchers said Thursday, warning that this could be a “major concern” for future missions to Mars. Previous research has shown that astronauts lose between one and two percent of their bone density for every month they … Read more

Polestar (PSNY) shares debut on Nasdaq after SPAC merger

Polesta sharesr made its public market debut under the code “PSNY” on Friday, becoming the latest electric vehicle maker to go public through a merger with a special purpose acquisition company, or SPAC. Polestar shares began trading on the Nasdaq exchange the day after completing its merger with SPAC Gores Guggenheim. The EV maker’s shares … Read more

Video: Chinese rocket wreckage lights up the sky over Spain

Remnants of a Chinese rocket resembling a meteor shower lit up the skies over southern Spain. Chinese space officials said parts of Long March-2F re-entered Earth’s atmosphere on Tuesday. Photo: Lian Zhen/Zuma Press/Manuel J. Cruz via Reuters

How you can help name a new school

Rebeca McDonald / June 21, 2022 Residents get a chance to have their say on the naming of a new school in Werribee. It is currently known as Lollypop Creek Primary School and is expected to open to students in 2023. The Victorian government has opened up to feedback to find a permanent name that … Read more

NASA Launches UFO Study Despite ‘Reputation Risk’ | Space News

The US space agency’s announcement comes as the study of unidentified flying objects gains more media attention. NASA has announced that it will begin a study of UFOs – a subject that has long fascinated the public – as part of a new push for high-stakes, high-impact science. The United States space agency said Thursday … Read more

NASA takes UFOs seriously

This video capture image taken on April 28, 2020, courtesy of the US Department of Defense, shows part of an unclassified video taken by Navy pilots that has been circulating for years showing interactions with “unidentified aerial phenomena” NASA is officially joining the UFO hunt. The space agency on Thursday announced a new study that … Read more

Boris Johnson’s new bet for Brexit – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article LONDON – Hurt by his party and with his leadership in jeopardy, Boris Johnson is reaching – once again – for the Brexit button. This week, the British prime minister put the finishing touches on controversial legislation that would unilaterally rewrite parts of the Brexit divorce deal he … Read more