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A New Asteroid has Finally Entered Our Solar System

Our first interstellar visitor has arrived from a 2-star solar system, that is what scientists say. What do we know…

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12 Impressive New Images Released by NASA

In a delightful piece of news, NASA has recently released a set of incredible new images. They added them to…

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Seagrass Meadow Damaged by ‘Carbon Bomb’ After Marine Heatwave

In 2010, Western Australia experienced a marine heatwave that triggered what is now called a ‘carbon bomb’ which damaged the…

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Sea Levels are Expected to Rise Due to Glaciers Melting

Scientist are raising a sign of alarm since they have uncovered that a larger sized glacier has been floating around…

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NASA is Looking to Stop Future Incoming Asteroids by 2135

NASA is taking up the steps needed to prevent a future disaster from ever occurring. In this case, they are…

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All You Need to Know About String Theory

Brian Green, a theoretical physicist, is known to have written a number of books in which he explains all the…

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Last Male Northern White Rhino is Now Dead

After months of fighting to get back in good health, it looks like Sudan, the last male northern white rhino…

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All You Need to Know About Climate Litigation

With the rapid increase of climate change and the effects that it has on various regions and domains, environmentalists are…

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What Does Stair Climbing Have in Common with Cancer Research?

Prostate cancer is not talked about as much as it should be. Men are more afraid than women to admit…

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What Common Food Causes Hypertension And Why Should You Avoid It

High blood pressure is a disease that affects a lot of people worldwide. The problem is that the symptoms for…

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