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After launching another 60 Starlink satellites, SpaceX insisted on landing the 75th Falcon rocket

The Falcon 9 rocket disappeared into the clouds shortly after launching from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center early on Thursday morning. Credit: SpaceX The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket was launched under low-hanging clouds and mist. It lifted off the space coast of Florida early on Thursday morning and delivered 60 Starlink Internet satellites into orbit. The first phase of the rocket …

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Training of Chinese astronauts on the flight of space station crew

BEIJING (AP)-China said Thursday that as the country strives to complete the construction of its first permanent orbiting space station, a group of astronauts will receive training for four manned missions this year. According to the China National Space Administration and foreign observers, the core module of the station is named “Tianhe” and will be launched as early as next …

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Cuttlefish show that they are as smart as children in the “Marshmallow Test” study

On the Great Barrier Reef in Australia in 2015, a cuttlefish from a broad club was looking for pretzel sticks. Or cotton candy? Reinhard Dirscherl/Getty Images No matter your age or species, snacks are hard to resist. But a new study shows that cuttlefish-yes, marine mollusks-can adapt to the well-known psychological tests performed on human children and learn to delay …

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