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“Missing Link” In Human Evolution, Finally Revealed By Scientists

About two million years ago, ancient humans were still primates, said the scientists after they concluded the debated on some…

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Space Tourism: Meet Aurora Station, The First Luxury Hotel For Space Tourists

Space tourism is growing day by day, and it’s now closer than ever to becoming a reality. While many private…

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The Moon Is Pierced By Asteroid Impact Craters, And So Is The Earth

When looking to the Moon, it’s easy to see how much our natural satellite has suffered in the past. Asteroid…

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Does a Day on Saturn Last as Much as one on Earth? Find out!

“How long is a day on Saturn?” is a question that has been haunting astronomers for years. This was not…

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Asteroid Strikes – More Often Than Ever on Earth

Erasing history There are some pretty visible impact craters on Earth, but infilling and erosion with sediments make others even…

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Hubble Space Telescope Is Once Again Fully Operational, Scientists Fixing Its Faulty Camera

About one week ago, NASA reported that the Hubble Space Telescope lost its main camera due to an unknown glitch….

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Quantum Structures Floating In Super-chilled Helium-3 Reflect Early Days of Universe

Scientists have documented, for the first time in history, the long-predicted occurrence of the so-called “walls bound by strings” in a…

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Saturn’s Rings, Again In The News, As NASA’s Cassini Probe Data Revealed New Details

According to a new analysis of the gravity science data gathered by the famous NASA’s Cassini space probe, Saturn’s rings formed…

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A 10-foot Sea Rise Will Be Caused By Antarctic Glaciers Collapse

As much as some world leaders want to ignore it, global warming is one of the most serious threats humanity…

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Rain on Titan, Largest Saturn’s Moon, Suggesting That The Summer Is Coming

In an image captured by the international Cassini space probe, the scientists observed rain on Titan’s northern pole, suggesting that…

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