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CNET:
It's the Chandra X-ray Observatory's 20th anniversary, and NASA is celebrating in celestial style.
Engadget:
Astronomers believe they've mapped an important sequence of events that shaped our galaxy 10 billion years ago.
The Financial Express:
Spot gold was up 0.2% at $1,420.40 per ounce as of 0128 GMT, after hitting its lowest since July 17 at $1,413.80 in the previous session.
BGR:
For astronomers, discovering new worlds, stars, and even entire galaxies is really only half the battle.
USA Today:
Researchers found remnants from the Milky Way’s meal from 10 billion years ago of galaxy Gaia-Enceladus, or the “Sausage Galaxy.”
 Scientists reveal sequence that led to the Milky Way of today Slash Gear:
The Milky Way that we all know today was a very different galaxy in the very distant past.
Tech Radar:
Benchmarks for an AMD Flute SoC have been spotted, and could hint at the hardware behind the upcoming Xbox Scarlett console.
CBC :
A group of whale watchers off Nova Scotia's South Shore spotted a breaching whale Monday afternoon and realized it had a fishing line ...
Metro:
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First Post:
Last we heard, the Galaxy Fold was spotted being openly used on the metro in New Delhi
Silicon Valley Business Journals:
The American Family Insurance Institute for Corporate and Social Impact, a venture capital investment unit of Madison-based American ...
Phone Arena:
The second half of 2019 will undoubtedly be dominated by four flagships.
Naked Security:
Not all phishes contain easily spotted errors or obviously dodgy web links - here's how to stay safe...
Geek:
According to a new study, the Milky Way "gobbled up" a nearby dwarf galaxy 10 billion years ago.
Silicon Republic:
Researchers have found that the majority of stars in the halo of the Milky Way closer to the Sun have ages ranging up to 10bn years old.
WRAL TechWire:
The Estee Lauder Companies took the top spot. However, a number of companies headquartered here in the Tar Heel State featured on the list.
Media in Canada:
The auto industry continues to dominate in Toronto, while Montreal’s radio spots sound similar to the week previous.
Gizmag:
Our home galaxy is right on the border of a void so vast it's hard to picture.


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