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Tiny Marine Worms Make One of the Loudest Sounds in the World​

Even though the ocean is filled with massive mammals and other immense creatures, the loudest sound ever recorded in the…

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NASA’s Leadership Changes To Keep The 202nd Moon Mission On Track

A few days ago, NASA reassigned William Gerstenmaier from his 14-year position as an Associate Administrator for Human Exploration and…

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Hubble Space Telescope Spotted a Peculiar Black Hole ​

Hubble Space Telescope has discovered a mysterious black hole that scientists claim it should not exist. The powerful instrument is…

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Can Humans Evolve Again If We Are to Rewind Time? 

We all know that our species has appeared as a result of many random events and mutations. However, we also…

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How Concerned are the Astronomers about Black Holes

For astronomers any chance to discover something is fully appreciated, but what they can do if the received information it’s…

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Rare Paralysis in Children: Doctors Don’t Know What Is Going on

There have been some cases of acute flaccid myelitis that affected more than 200 children last year. However, doctors don’t…

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Did Scientists Just Find Spinning Black Holes?

It is quite challenging to measure the spin of a black hole, especially when it is hard to see them….

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Is the Search for Alien Life Worth It? Scientists Want to Know Our Opinion

A team of researchers is looking for any kind of intelligent alien life. They have asked the public if the…

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June 2019 Broke The Global Records As The Hottest Month Ever

This year’s month of June has set a rather worrying record, the European Union’s Satellite Agency stated. Last month was…

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Astronomers Identify the Galaxy Responsible for a Space Signal Recently Detected

​Astronomers have recently found the source of a peculiar signal detected earlier in space. The weird, dynamic events are known…

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