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Scientists say a ‘2068 impact scenario is still in play’ for 1,000-foot-wide asteroid
A new report from the University of Hawaii’s Institute for Astronomy indicates that a 1,000-foot-wide asteroid called Apophis may pass very close to Earth in 2068.
Jittery Wall Street banks brace for election-fueled uncertainty
Large Wall Street banks have been running “war game” drills in their trading businesses and preparing clients for unexpected scenarios around the US election next week, hoping to avoid liquidity crunches or technical errors as markets react to news of who will be running the White House and Congress, industry sources said.
With no cuts left to make, Big Oil sits and waits for a recovery
By Kevin Crowley, Javier Blas, and Laura Hurst
European stock markets endure worst week since June
Stock markets in Europe have had their worst week since June after investors shrugged off record-breaking growth for the eurozone and focused on the likely impact of fresh lockdown restrictions.
China manufacturing growth eased in October but remained strong
Factory activity in China dipped slightly in October, according to official data published Saturday, but remained in growth territory as the world's second-largest economy continued its recovery after being hammered by the coronavirus.
Coronavirus, consolidation taking toll on energy jobs
Oil and gas companies worldwide are taking an axe to their employment rolls, shedding workers to survive what is expected to be a prolonged stretch of weak demand.
COVID-19 second wave pushing UK to brink of double-dip recession
The UK government will close the furlough scheme this weekend, with redundancies rising at the fastest rate on record and the second wave of COVID-19 pushing Britain’s economy to the brink of a double-dip recession, according to a Guardian analysis.
Asian shares fall back after Wall Street rebound
Asian stocks sank Friday as investors looked ahead to next week’s US presidential election and weighed the chances of economic stimulus from Washington and Europe.
UK fusion experiment used in hunt for clean energy
A pioneering nuclear fusion experiment based in Oxfordshire has been switched on for the first time.
Asteroid samples tucked into capsule for return to Earth
A NASA spacecraft tucked more than 2 pounds of asteroid samples into a capsule for return to Earth after losing some of its precious loot because of a jammed lid, scientists said.
Chinese spacecraft set for Mars landing in May
A Chinese spacecraft is expected to land on Mars in May, state-run media reported, citing a space agency official.
Scientists create first ever biomimetic tongue surface using 3D printing
Scientists have created synthetic soft surfaces with tongue-like textures for the first time using 3D printing, opening new possibilities for testing oral processing properties of food, nutritional technologies, pharmaceutics, and dry mouth therapies.
Asteroid Bennu has been hanging out with Earth for over a million years
The near-Earth asteroid Bennu has been keeping our planet company for a long time. Bennu, new research suggests, has been in an orbit that brings it near to Earth for 1.75 million years.

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