Author: Erin VanDyke

Global Warming And Its Heatwave Affects Canada, the US, Japan, Siberia, And Norway, Among Others

Over 50 degrees Celsius in Africa, over 40 in Japan, about 37 in Siberia, almost 50 degrees Celsius in California,…

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The Quantum Physics Of Plants’ Photosynthesis, Or How Subatomic Particles Can Be Transformed In Energy

Above all, we must know that the sun is to plants what oxygen is to us. Namely, the very source…

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Hubble Space Telescope Takes Stunning Images Of Mars And Saturn As They Fly Close To Earth

The Hubble Space Telescope is a real “veteran” of space observations. Launched in the 90s, Hubble proves it is still…

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This Is The “Music” Of Our Sun That Can Help Scientists Learn More About Our Star’s Internal Activity

Now you can listen what the Sun sound like thanks to the NASA’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) and the ESA…

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The Line Between Earth’s Atmosphere And Space Is Closer Than Previously Estimated

Have you ever wondered where the line between Earth’s atmosphere and space is? According to a recent study, the edge…

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“Amazing Dragon” Found In Lingwu, China, Could Rewrite Dinosaurs’ Evolution

About ten years ago, a Chinese farmer bumped into some dinosaur fossils that could rewrite the dinosaurs’ evolution as we…

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ESA’s BepiColombo Mission To Mercury Will Launch On October 19th

The European Space Agency (ESA) has planned the launch of the BepiColombo mission on the morning of October 19th, 2018….

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Japanese Hayabusa-2 Captures A Stunning Image Of Asteroid Ryugu

Recently, the Japanese space probe Hayabusa-2 made its closest approach to its target and sent home some a stunning image…

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NASA Won’t Make It To Mars By 2030, Space Specialists Say, But SpaceX Could Do it

The US space agency, NASA, guaranteed that the Americans would step on Mars by 2030. However, the space specialists in…

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A Star Orbiting The Supermassive Black Hole Sagittarius A Proves, Again, Einstein’s Theories On Gravity

A star orbiting the supermassive black hole Sagittarius A from the center of Milky Way proves, again, that Einstein’s theories…

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