'News & Observer . On Sept. 28, the N.C. Museum of Art's Summer Films series concludes with the Wakanda Forever! 'Black Panther' Movie Party. View this topic.
'Newsweek . Just a little to the left of the leftmost part of the 'W' in the constellation Cassiopeia lies a binary system of a neutron star in a 27-day orbit with a more massive, rapidly rotating star. View this topic.
The rovers, collectively known as MINERVA-II1, move around on the surface of Ryugu by hopping up to about 15 meters. View this topic.
'CNN . In case you are keeping track:The Daily 202: Can Kavanaugh survive? 10 questions after a second woman accuses him of sexual misconduct. View this topic.
'Live Science ' discovered the one-sided strip in 1858 while serving as the chair of astronomy and higher mechanics at the University of Leipzig. View this topic.
'ScienceAlert ' A really weird form of matter found in ultradense objects such as neutron stars is looking like a good candidate for the strongest material in the Universe. View this topic.
'Smith Mountain Eagle ' Friends and relatives pop the cork on the wine at the SML Wine Festival on Sept. 27. View this topic.
'Space.com ' We're back into the weird science of black holes in this week's installment of "Ask a Spaceman. View this topic.
'Herald & Review ' ' Unlimited access to E-Edition' Unlimited access to herald-review.com and apps' No more surveys blocking articles Intermission. The man who built the House of Mouse has been declared the top entertainer in Illinois history. View this topic.
'Herald Series ' PHOTOS giving an rare insight into the weird and wonderful world of an Oxfordshire science centre have been submitted to a global competition. View this topic.
'Space.com ' Just because ' is coated in ice doesn't mean all that ice is the same temperature. View this topic.
'Science News ' In the Aug. 18 SN: Water scarcity, Everglades on the edge, megacities face rising seas, signs of a liquid lake on Mars, a baby snake fossil, blood pressure and brain health, wildfires erase clean air gains and more. View this topic.
'Live Science ' 'Space.com ' 'Newsline ' A bizarre, hexagon-shaped vortex has formed above Saturn's north pole as the planet's northern hemisphere enters summer, data from the international ' mission revealed. View this topic.
'Hawthorn Caller ' Have you ever put your car keys in the fridge while leaving milk on the outside, or been asked by a waiter whether you‘d like the chicken or fish and just answered yes? Ongoing. View this topic.
'New York Times ' The Salinas Valley is known as the 'Salad Bowl of the World,' so it's no surprise that there are a lot of pesticides used in California farm country. View this topic.
'ScienceAlert ' Every morning, they rise to the surface of the water; every evening, they sink back down to the lakebed. Now scientists have finally figured out how these green spheres - called marimo algae - perform their dance every single day. View this topic.