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Cicadas are getting infected with the fungus that makes them zombies

Cicadas are undergoing a parasitic infection that essentially turns them into zombies. You read like that. The fungus scientifically known as Massospora has infected male cycads for years, according to a journal by PLOS Pathogens as reported by LiveScience. It does not end here however. Like a zombie army, male cicada zombies begin to work toward increasing their numbers by …

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Ariane 5 rockets counting down to launch today – Spaceflight Now

If you would like to see more articles like this, please support our space program coverage by becoming a Space Flight Now Member. If everyone who enjoys our website helps fund it, we can further expand and improve our coverage. Direct counting coverage and launch of an Ariane 5 rocket with Galaxy 30 and BSAT-4b communications satellites, and Northrop Grumman’s …

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How to watch SpaceX bring NASA astronauts back to Earth this weekend

Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley joined the Dragon Crew squad before starting on May 27th. SpaceX The SpaceX Crew Dragon Demo-2 mission has been navigating so far for NASA Commercial crew program. Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley was successfully launched and boarded the International Space Station at the end of May, and now they are ready to come …

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Another bus driver attacked the masking rule

(Newser) – An Asian-American bus driver was trying to enforce a mask requirement when he was beaten with a wooden stick, according to San Francisco police. The driver for the San Francisco (Muni) Municipal Railroad had asked three passengers – possibly teenagers – to get off the bus when one allegedly spat at the driver and hit him several times …

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SpaceX to fly NASA astronauts home from ISS to Dragon Crew

The men have been aboard the International Space Station for two months after launching from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida in a Dragon Crew Dragon capsule. Their journey began with a historic May launch that marked the first defeated mission to land from American soil in nearly a decade, and this could be the first of many if the …

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Human sperm roll like live oscillators ott as they swim, study finds

After a long time, he decided to see his ejaculate – eventually not an accident – and discovered small, wagging creatures that he called “animal animals.” These creatures “moved forward because of the movement of their tails like that of a snake or an eel floating in the water,” van Leeuwenhoek wrote to the secretary of the Royal Society in …

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