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Russian Jupiter mission to get first funds

Russia's Jupiter research project, which includes putting a lander on the moon Ganymede, will receive its first funding next year, officials said.

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Ancient meteorite impact in Iowa studied

Ancient meteorite impact in Iowa studied

Airborne surveys are providing an unprecedented look at a 470-million-year-old meteorite crater in Iowa concealed by bedrock and sediment, geologists say.
Space telescope nears end of mission

Space telescope nears end of mission

A European space telescope studying the universe at infrared frequencies is expected to exhaust its supply of liquid helium coolant soon, astronomers say.

New iPhone 5S this summer?

The next iPhone, likely to be dubbed the iPhone 5S, will arrive this summer, probably in August, an Apple-watching website reported.
Warming to open arctic shipping routes

Warming to open arctic shipping routes

An unprecedented amount of sea ice melting during the late summer with global warming will open unexpected new shipping routes in the arctic, researchers say.
Space mission glitch may stay secret

Space mission glitch may stay secret

The reasons why a technical glitch delayed a SpaceX capsule's docking with the International Space Station may remain secret because of U.S. laws, experts say.

EU to fine Microsoft over browser issue

European antitrust officials will fine Microsoft for failing to give Windows users the choice of competing Internet browsers, The New York Times reported.
Flowers evolved colors to attract birds

Flowers evolved colors to attract birds

Some native Australian flowers have shifted away from using insects as pollinators by evolving their colors to a red hue favored by birds, research has shown.
Extinct giant camel lived in arctic lands

Extinct giant camel lived in arctic lands

Paleontologists say they've uncovered evidence of an extinct giant camel that lived in Canada's high arctic regions, the most northerly record of early camels.

Electronic waste recycling on the increase

A new business collaboration in Chile will advance electronic waste recycling, an industry witnessing phenomenal growth in Latin America.
Scientists probe icy moon of Jupiter

Scientists probe icy moon of Jupiter

U.S. researchers say evidence suggests salty water from the vast liquid ocean beneath Jupiter's frozen moon Europa actually makes its way to the surface.
Google hit over ivory ads in Japan

Google hit over ivory ads in Japan

Wildlife and environmental campaigners say they have asked Google to stop advertisements in Japan by companies selling ivory products.
'Space Invader' shows up in cosmic image

'Space Invader' shows up in cosmic image

The gravitational field around a massive cluster of galaxies, acting as a natural lens, has created a cartoon-like "space invader" image, U.S. astronomers say.
DNA helps explain Falkland Islands wolves

DNA helps explain Falkland Islands wolves

Australian researchers say DNA has helped understand the history of the now-extinct Falkland Islands wolf, the only land-based mammal on the isolated islands.
Life origins in deep space simulated

Life origins in deep space simulated

Complex building blocks of life could have been created on icy interplanetary dust and then carried to Earth, jump-starting life, U.S. researchers say.

Guam snakes to be attacked with poison

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has a plan to get rid of invasive brown tree snakes on Guam -- poisoned mice.
More girls than boys use smartphones

More girls than boys use smartphones

Girls are bigger smartphone users than boys, research into children's technology habits by a British research firm says.

Arsenic in Bangladesh water said natural

High arsenic levels in groundwater in Bangladesh are not the result of human activities but instead are part of a natural process, researchers say.

Samsung phone to track users' eye movement

Samsung's next smartphone will include a feature to track a user's eye movements to automatically scroll pages, The New York Times reported.
Mars rover recovering from computer glitch

Mars rover recovering from computer glitch

NASA says the Mars rover Curiosity has transitioned from precautionary "safe mode" to active status as it recovers from last week's computer memory glitch.
Elephants could vanish because of poaching

Elephants could vanish because of poaching

African forest elephants are being poached out of existence with more than 60 percent of them lost to ivory poaching in the last 10 years, conservationists say.

U.S., Russia agree on polar bear help

Though not seeing eye to eye on many issues, Russia and the United States say they're joining forces to push for greater protections for polar bears.

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Ancient reptiles swam to North America

Fossils in Panama suggest ancient alligator relatives came north from South America 10 million years earlier than the spread of mammals, U.S. researchers say.
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