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SpaceX has set a new record after it launched a Falcon 9 for its 13th flight. The booster took a new batch of 53 Starlinks to low Earth orbit, brining the constellation to more than 2,200.
The audio recordings are from more than 80 internal TikTok meetings where staff expressed concerns about China-based engineers accessing US user data.
The 40-foot-long shipwreck, unearthed near Bordeaux, consists of beams that have not been in contact with oxygen or light for quite a while, resulting in them dehydrating and splitting.
The small shoe was found at a bunker site that was used by 300 Jews to hide from Nazi soldiers in 1943. The shoe is small and made of cheap material that is held together by nails.
Timbers from the shipwreck that inspired 'The Goonies' have been recovered in Oregon, USA by the Maritime Archaeology Society, after a fisherman reported spotting them in sea caves
An investigation by The Telegraph claims that under the Net Zero plans, 58 million tonnes of carbon dioxide would need to come from power station chimneys so it can be captured.
EXCLUSIVE: Putting humans on Mars will be an even bigger challenge for NASA engineers than getting to the moon 60 years ago, Professor Brian Cox has told MailOnline.
Seven rainbow bee-eater birds have been spotted making nest burrows in Norfolk, after they flew thousands of miles from their home in the Mediterranean, the RSPB has reported.
Researchers from the University of Maine and the British Antarctic Survey have measured the rate of local sea level change, which is an indirect way to measure ice loss.
The US space agency discovered a discarded thermal blanket which they said was used to protect the car-sized vehicle from extreme temperatures it experienced during landing.
Experts say the Khumbu glacier, a 10 mile river of ice on which the campsite is located, is rapidly melting and thinning, which makes it unsafe for visitors.
Researchers at the University of Basel in Switzerland said that droughts plagued the region throughout the 6th century, with the most severe aridity persisting between 500 and 530 CE.
Researchers from the University of Washington have discovered a new population of polar bears thriving in the ice-free sea in Southeast Greenland.
The largest ever DNA-based study of domestic cats - undertaken with the help of the University of Helsinki - genotyped over 11,000 felines for genetic variants linked to disease.
Having good rhythm and being able to move in time to the beat is linked to genetics and brain development, researchers from the University of Melbourne have found.
Apple is facing a class action lawsuit in London today over claims it is 'throttling' the performance of its own handsets to get users to upgrade to the latest model.
Scientists from McMaster University have managed to reconstruct the genome of E. Coli using the 400-year-old gallstones of a mummified Italian prince. The genome shows how the superbug has evolved.
Most people don't want to be billionaires and consider £8 million the ideal amount of money for an 'absolutely ideal life', report experts at the universities of Bath, Bath Spa and Exeter.
While the worlds are unlikely to be habitable for life as we know it, the star and its exoplanets are among the closest multi-world systems to Earth, at just 33 light-years away, MIT researchers say.
Using cutting-edge technology, British consumer goods giant Unilever hopes to slash its carbon footprint from palm-derived ingredients (pictured) by up to 50 per cent.
Scientists from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel have discovered burnt stone tools and animal tusks at the site of a million-year-old campfire.
A team of researchers analysed ancient DNA (aDNA) taken from the teeth of skeletons discovered in cemeteries near Lake Issyk Kul in the Tian Shan region of Kyrgyzstan.
EXCLUSIVE: Nuaire equipped MailOnline with a roaming air quality monitor to test levels in popular indoor settings - including Wetherspoons, McDonald's, and on the London Underground.
Findings from the dig near the market town of Wendover include one skeleton with a weapon still embedded in its spine and hundreds of pieces of jewellery.
Paris-based satellite broadband provider Konnect has surveyed 2,000 UK residents about how far they've gone in the bid to stay connected.
A drone that can land on water has been created by engineers at Imperial College London. The MEDUSA drone can deploy a pod to take water samples at hard-to-reach aquatic environments.
A new species of 'bear dog' has been identified from a jawbone found in France. Researchers from the Natural History Museum Basel say a unique premolar makes it distinct from other genera.
The news was shared and quickly deleted by Science and Technology Daily, the official newspaper of China's Ministry of Science and Technology, based in Beijing.
EXCLUSIVE: As of this week, Uber UK riders and drivers will be seeing alerts telling them to agree to the guidelines, which haven't actually changed since they last agreed to them.
The mast in Pembrokeshire runs on solar and wind power without the need to connect to the national electricity grid and will provide 4G coverage to Eglwyswrw.
In the new study, a team of researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences analysed Chang'e-5's samples and found signs of water bound up in their mineral structure.
Peter Scott-Morgan, from Devon, decided to challenge what it meant to be human when he refused to accept his fate following a diagnosis of motor neurone disease in 2017.
England could face around 14 inches of sea level rise compared to historic levels within 30 years and is nearly certain to see close to 3ft of advancement by the end of the century, researchers have warned.
A solar eruption expected to pass by Earth TODAY could spark minor geomagnetic storms lasting days, the MetOffice has warned. It is the result of a slow-motion solar flare from Monday
The spectacular event could be seen rising over famous landmarks, including New York's Statue of Liberty, London's Shard and the Great Pyramid of Giza.
A Royal Veterinary College study suggests that English bulldogs should be bred to have more moderate physical features both for their health and to prevent their breeding being banned.
UK dietary experts told MailOnline the 'hack', as it has been branded on social media, could cause bloating and discomfort if drunk too quickly.
Although it technically peaks today at 12:51 BST (07:51 EDT), the celestial sight won't be visible until later this evening for those in the UK and North America.
Scientists from the University of Bristol have discovered that the scales on moth wings act as excellent sound absorbers, and could be utilised on man made noise-cancelling materials
A survey by Which? has revealed that one in five Nintendo Switch Classic owners in the UK have experienced the problem know as 'Joy-Con drift'.
Astronomers at Arizona State University hope their observation will help answer larger questions about the chemistry of our solar system, the death of stars and the evolution of the universe.
Researchers from Iwate University in Japan have found that when cats damage catnip, much higher amounts of strong insect repellents are released.
Cambridge University scientists used biochemistry and atmospheric chemistry to test the 'life in the clouds' hypothesis, but found no evidence of living organisms.
The fingertip-sized robot developed by Stanford University researchers is inspired by the Japanese art of origami and can be controlled using magnets - carrying drugs directly to a tumour, clot or infection.
Researchers from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul have warned that cats are more likely to scratch the sofa if they have a close emotional bond with their owner.
Meta has announced a series of new supervision tools for Instagram that will allow UK parents to keep closer tabs on what their child is looking at, and how long they spend on the app
Martin Rees, the Astronomer Royal, told Cheltenham Science Festival that alien life on other planets could be in the form of robots who have outlived their creators.
EXCLUSIVE: MailOnline spoke to AI experts to understand how machine language models work, and whether they could ever become 'conscious'.
Robot servers have been recruited at a Bella Italia restaurant in Cumbria for their first trial at a large chain. The 'Bellabot' is able to carry four trays of food as it whizzes between kitchens and tables
Dogs and humans are the only two species so far proved to feel love for one another - although this could be the case for cats, if only they could be trained to stay in MRI machines long enough