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Artificial Insemination Method Used On A Southern White Rhino May Save Northern White Rhinos Species

A southern white rhino female at the San Diego Zoo in California is pregnant by artificial insemination, a fact which…

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Tess, Nasa’s Newest Satellite to Send the First Image

TESS, the satellite propelled by NASA a month ago, the one that will look for thousands number of stars for…

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NASA CubeSat Takes a Picture of Earth and the Moon

Back on May 5, two NASA CubeSats were launched into space along with the Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy,…

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The Mars Rover Curiosity Malfunction Might Be Fixed Soon

NASA’s Mars suffered a malfunction in 2016. It appeared to be a mechanical failure. Now, NASA will try to test…

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A Quantum Machine That Vibrates And Remains Still At The Same Time Has Been Created By British Physicists

In the realm of tiny particles, objects can be in two different locations at the same time or act in…

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Ice Clouds Were Captured On Image For The First Time Ever With NASA’s IceCube Satellite

IceCube, an exploratory satellite deployed in May 2017 by the International Space Station, was successfully capable of capturing the first…

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Symbiotic Star R Aquarii Has Been Studied For 20 Years To Learn More About Binary Systems In Nebulae

An international team of researchers presents a detailed study of the evolution of the nebula surrounding the symbiotic star R…

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Global Warming Forces About 690 Marine Species To Migrate To Deeper And Cooler Waters

Approximately 690 marine species have moved into deeper, cooler seawater environments as a consequence of global warming which caused seawater…

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Ancient Human DNA Studies Revealed Three Major Migrations To Southeast Asia And Their Implications

The first examination of the complete genome of ancient human DNA from Southeast Asia uncovers three major migrations in the…

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It Took 22 Million Years for Sloths to Become Tree-Dwellers

Analysts have revealed critical genomic information from the remaining parts of an old giant ground sloth, or the Mylodon Darwinii,…

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