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The Closest Approach of Super-Bright Mars

Mars, our neighbor in the solar system, is expected to make its nearest approach to Earth in 15 years. This…

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Piece of Fireball Which Exploded over Africa was Found in the Desert

On June 2nd, people living in Botswana were blinded by a bright white fireball which exploded in the sky. Of…

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A New Study Reinforces The Theory That Ross 128b Exoplanet Might Host Liquid Water

A new study examining chemical compounds within the host star of the Ross 128b exoplanet, the second rocky planet within…

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New Discovered Prehistoric Beast Amazes The Scientists

Recently it was identified in Argentina a new species, Ingentia prima. And it turned to upsize down the hypothesis about…

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You Can Sit on Different Planets, Thanks to Augmented and Virtual Reality

Here’s your chance to get the tour of the Mars. Are you ready? Okay. So there you go, you’re on…

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Rare Event For Earth In July – Aphelion

  On Friday, 10:46, this week, Earth will witness a rare event that occurs only one time a year. It’s…

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NASA’s GRACE-FO Climate-Monitoring Satellites Successfully Tested Their Laser Ranging Interferometer Instruments

About a couple of months ago, in May, SpaceX deployed to orbit NASA’s new climate-monitoring satellites, but only approximately a month…

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Climate Change Affects The Interactions Between Plants And Pollinators More Then Expected

Some plants and pollinators relate to each other more frequently than to other species in the same environment. Up to…

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Solar Panels Powered By Bacteria Can Produce Energy Even In Low-Light Conditions

A new type of solar panels powered by bacteria developed by the researchers at the University of British Columbia takes…

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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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