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NASA Aims to Send a Crew to Mars

It is no secret that most of the things that we know about space are thanks to NASA. There have…

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Military to Need More Weapons from Multiple Rocket Launchers Market

Million Insights is a firm that deals with collecting and arranging different market reports, their latest one showing the growth…

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Unexpected Solar Storm Went Up Over the US and Canada

It looks like stargazers were in for an unexpected treat recently, as this Thursday they saw a wonderful sight: the…

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We Can Protect ‘Reefs of Hope’ From Climate Change Damage – That’s Only For a While, Scientists Say

Climate change has had a negative effect on the whole planet, but coral reefs are among the most damaged. They’ve…

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NASA’s Orion Deep Space Capsule – What You Need To Know

It looks like NASA is already hard at work when to comes to coming up with a new project that…

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12.000 Ocean Creatures to be Found in Indonesia

Among the ocean animals that have just met science is a crab that has fluffy spines and crimson eyes In…

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Small Creatures Might be Responsible for Ocean Currents

Scientists have demonstrated once again that the Butterfly Effect can be something quite serious. Recently they discovered that ocean currents…

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Study Finds We Need Better Species Mapping

Usually, ecologists and conservation biologists use scientific models to assess what species and habitats they need to protect. However, a…

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The Pre-human Industrial Civilization to Actually Inhabit the Earth?

Imagine a scenario where humankind was not the primary civilization. Imagine a scenario in which, many years ago, in the…

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Is Being a Night Owl Dangerous for Your Health?

Recently, a new study regarding staying up late was published by the Northwestern Medicine in Chicago, together with the University…

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