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The company also offered to restore competition to the Human Landing System (HLS) programme by closing the US space agency’s budgetary shortfall with a waiver of $2bn on payments
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The company also offered to restore competition to the Human Landing System (HLS) programme by closing the US space agency’s budgetary shortfall with a waiver of $2bn on payments
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Anti-lockdown protests planned in Sydney fail to materialise as police enforce exclusion zone
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Man in his 60s dies at home in south-west Sydney as NSW reports 210 new locally acquired cases
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Eleven LGAs locked down from 4pm on Saturday as deputy premier says state must ‘go hard and go early’
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Anti-lockdown protests planned in Sydney after Scott Morrison and state and territory leaders back pathway out of rolling lockdowns
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The Australian government is refusing to adopt technology used overseas that could speed up notification of close contacts
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Figure same as before legal requirement relaxed, while most still feel that complying with other Covid safety measures is important
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Russia’s troubled Nauka laboratory module caused a fright when its rockets accidentally fired after docking the with the International Space Station, briefly throwing the station out of position
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Exclusive: small changes in conference design can make big difference to female inclusion, say researchers
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The ISS was pushed out of position after engines on a new Russian module unexpectedly fired up.
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More than 2bn Covid-19 vaccine doses have been administered worldwide. Find out which countries are vaccinating the most
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It was scheduled to launch in 2007, but the 13m-long, 20-tonne laboratory is finally in position.
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Researchers found the structures in rock samples from 890 million-year-old reefs in Canada
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The analysis draws on public health studies that conclude that for every 4,434 metric tons of CO2 produced, one person globally will die
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Katrina Karkazis, a professor of sexuality, women’s and gender studies, specialising in ‘sex testing’ and sport regulations speaks to Shivani Dave about the rules that ban female athletes with naturally high testosterone
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Analysis of marsquakes captured since probe landed in 2018 shows the Martian crust is between 12 and 23 miles thick
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The UK is already undergoing disruptive climate change with increased rainfall, sunshine and heat.
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The technology has previously been used on plants and – far more controversially – humans