Author: Karen Miller

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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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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The Tilt of the Earth May Influence Ice Melting

The levels of carbon dioxide continue to climb around the world, warming up the atmosphere and the entire planet. The…

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Sea Level May Rise as Antarctica’s Ice is Melting at an Accelerated Rate

A new study claims that the seal levels will soon rise if global warming won’t get under control. In less…

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The Sun’s Expiration Date – What will Happen Afterward?

The Sun might die in 10 billion years’ time, and when it does, according to scientists, it will turn into…

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Everything’s Set For SpaceX’s First 2019 Launch

SpaceX never takes a break. The company is preparing its next launch and the next project will be an important…

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Our Milky Way Will Collide With Another Galaxy

A collision between our galaxy and another one will happen sooner than scientists expected. However, there is no reason to…

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The New Tool of Terror is Opioid Fentanyl

Potentially speaking fentanyl, which is the source of the fatal overdose epidemic in the United States, a synthetic opioid mainly…

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The Moon Receives Chinese Visitors

On Thursday a Chinese spacecraft made the first landing to the moon’s furthest side fact which is also part of…

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