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Joshua Hawkins

Since 2021
Top Channel Science
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Joshua Hawkins fell in love with writing and technology at a young age. Eventually he decided to combine the two and started writing about video games, the latest tech, and all the cool gadgets he could find. Whenever he isn’t busy writing about tech or gadgets, he can usually be found enjoying a new world in a video game, or tinkering with something on his computer.

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Discovery reveals humans change the chemistry of the air around us

September 11th, 2022

Air pollution is a massive problem. Outdoors, though, the sun, falling rain, and even oxidation that happens naturally help clear the air. But, when you’re indoors, many of those factors aren’t at play. Instead, a new study says that humans may be the dominant changer of air chemistry indoors, a discovery many weren’t expecting.

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How to watch NASA’s historic Artemis I rocket launch

September 10th, 2022

NASA’s Artemis missions will kick off a new era of space exploration. The space agency is set to launch the first of these missions, Artemis I, within the next few weeks. Like all of its launches, space lovers will be able to tune in and watch the Artemis I launch live as it happens. NASA …

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NASA looks to late September for next Artemis I launch attempt

September 10th, 2022

NASA’s previous attempts to launch Artemis I have been unsuccessful for several reasons. Now, the space agency is looking to make yet another Artemis I launch attempt sometime in late September. If that fails, then it will be forced to move to October, setting the timeline of the rocket’s mission back even further.

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New single-serve coffee balls that replace pods are a game-changer

September 8th, 2022

Soon you won’t have to put up with those annoying capsules to get quick and easy coffee at home. That’s because a company known as CoffeeB has created an innovative compostable coffee ball system, letting you enjoy your coffee without waiting on the plastic to break down over several months. It will retail for around …

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James Webb telescope captures stunning image of the Tarantula Nebula

September 8th, 2022

Located 161,000 light-years away from Earth, the Tarantula Nebula has long been a favorite for astronomers studying star formation. Now, we’ve been given an even better look at the beautiful nebula thanks to the power of the James Webb space telescope. This newest James Webb image of the Tarantula Nebula also showcases the nebula in …

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Astronauts’ blood shows startling DNA mutations after visiting space

September 7th, 2022

A new study has shown that astronauts’ blood does experience DNA mutations due to spaceflight. The study, published in Communications Biology in August, looked at the blood taken from 14 astronauts in NASA’s space shuttle program. The researchers noted several DNA mutations in blood-forming stem cells compared to blood taken previously, which could cause concern …