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NASA’s Lucy Mission Stumbled Upon An Asteroid With Planet-Like Features

NASA's Lucy mission, which is a first of its kind mission to study a population of mysterious relics from the formation of the Solar System near Jupiter. And, as mission photos suggest, it’s not always about the destination, but the rocky encounters you make along the way.

The Lucy mission, named after the famous 3 million year old hominid fossil, is slated to visit the Trojans, a swarm of asteroids stuck in Jupiter’s orbit that may be relics of the Solar System’s formation. But the spacecraft made a pitstop at asteroid Dinkinesh on November 1, 2023 for what was meant to be a simple test subject for the spacecraft's navigational systems.

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In recent years, a spate of potential male contraceptive options have cropped up. From a hormonal gel that lowers testosterone production to a non-hormonal pill that blocks the creation of vitamin A, new ways to safely — and reversibly — prevent impregnation have appeared as promising mechanisms behind the first potential male contraceptive. Now, researchers at Baylor College of Medicine have identified another non-hormonal approach that could serve as the basis for male birth control.

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