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Myths and Truths about the Hay Fever

Allergic Rhinitis or hay fever is the medical condition where the nose is affected. And a lot of other symptoms…

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Rare Event Made an Extinct Bird to Return from the Dead

Going back 136.000 years ago, a flightless bird resided on an atoll of Aldabra from the Indian Ocean. Flora and…

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Mars Water Cycle: How Did Mars Lost Most Of Its Water?

Once every two years, when it is summer on the southern hemisphere of Mars, there’s a window opening, revealing more…

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A New Study Claims that Penguin Feces Are Helping Biodiversity in Antarctica

It may sound funny, but the actual poop of the penguins is helping the biodiversity in Antarctica. The study claims…

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Blue Origin To Send A Spaceship To The Moon, According To Jeff Bezos

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has recently stated that he plans to send a spaceship to the moon, following the latest…

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ISS Astronauts Will Test An Innovative Solution For Oxygen And Food – A Photobioreactor

The astronauts who live on the ISS will test a new device known as a photobioreactor. The device will employ…

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NASA’s Juno Probe Captures an Incredible Photo of Jupiter​

NASA’s robotic space satellite named Juno has taken a picture of Jupiter showing incredible specifics. The close-up capture of the…

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El Nino Has Significantly Changed In Recent Years, A New Groundbreaking Study Revealed

New research suggests that El Nino has changed in recent years, and different versions of the phenomenon have been spotted….

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Blue Supergiants Study Revealed More Details On These Stars

Blue supergiants are some of the most magnificent objects in the entire universe. These objects are giant stars with an…

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We Could Have Survived on Mars if The Water Source Had Not Been Misplaced

We all know how beautiful our Earth is with those oceans, lakes and running rivers, but another planet used to…

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