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A Meteorite Might Exist at The Bottom of the Ocean

NASA teamed up with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in order to discover the remaining pieces of a meteorite…

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Newly Discovered Wasp Has a Giant Stinger

Wasps can be quite scary despite the fact that they are very small. Nonetheless, it appears that there are worse…

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The Kepler Space Telescope Era is Coming to an End

The Kepler Space Telescope was one of the most important NASA missions. However, the telescope is out of fuel which…

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Hawaii Takes Action In Protecting Coral Reefs And Changes USA Laws

Hawaii is the only U.S. State that modified the legislation in order to protect the life cycle of coral reefs….

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A Woman Sues NASA to Obtain the Right to Keep her Moon Dust

Acting proactively, a woman from Tennessee has decided to sue NASA in order for them to recognize her ownership of…

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NASA’s NuSTAR Telescope Confirms that Cosmic Rays are Coming from Eta Carinae

A new study that was published recently takes a look at the astonishing Eta Carinae, which is a two-star system…

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Why Would Alberta be a Good Location for Cryptocurrency Mining

Most of Canada’s oil is produced by Alberta, which made the province quite rich, allowing it to provide some of…

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A Recent Study Shows that Coffee Could help you Live Longer

We’ve all heard before that drinking coffee has some benefits for our health and numerous studies have been conducted over…

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Ceres’ Odd Bright Spots get Another Round of Attention

Back in 2015, some unusual bright spots were observed on the dwarf planet Ceres, while NASA’s spacecraft Dawn was approaching…

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Here’s Why NASA Is Looking for Meteorites at the Bottom of the Pacific Ocean

On the 7th of March in 2018, a NASA planetary researcher, whose name is Marc Fries, saw on a climate…

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