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Quantum Particles Could Unveil What Happens Inside Black Holes

Black holes have always been a mystery for humanity. While we did learn more about them, we still do not…

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New Chinese Space Station To Launch Soon

China has announced that a new Chinese space station would launch soon, according to a reputable Hong Kong-based source. The…

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NASA Snapped Nuclear Superbubbles In A Distant Alien Galaxy

A team of researchers from NASA has captured images of a distant alien galaxy where nuclear superbubbles take place. The…

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China Plans Launching Its First Mars Mission In 2020

The space agency of China aims to launch its first Mars mission in 2020 after its most recent successful landing…

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Martian Life Clues Discovered In Chilean Desert During A Mars Rover Test Mission

A team of researchers is testing a rover in the most Martian setting that is available on Earth – the…

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Plate Tectonics Can Make A Planet House Life

Finding a planet that can house life might be the thing that will save humanity millions of years from now….

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Dark Energy Makes The Universe Expand Faster Than Ever

Apparently, the Universe was supposed to expand later than we know, but the process was sped up by a dark…

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Neutrinos Spotted In Galaxy Clusters

Before the Universe became what we know it today, it used to be a mix of particles with strong interactions….

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NASA’s Juno Captures Another Amazing Picture Of Jupiter’s Swirling Clouds

Technology can make our lives so much better. For instance, we are the first people in history who can see…

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High CO2 Levels Are Negatively Influencing The Marine Layer Clouds

Somewhere in the future, our Earth’s marine layer clouds could disappear or at least become unstable if the atmospheric carbon…

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