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Solar System to Have Been Damaged by Star Fly

A new study has uncovered the fact that comets and asteroid may still be affected up to this day by…

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We Finally Got our First Interstellar Visitor But it is Not What You Think it is

If you got excited thinking that some uncanny evidence of extraterrestrial life has just entered our solar system we are…

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Robert Langlands Wins Abel Prize 2018

We remember some mathematicians for them theorems or conjectures. However, others remain in our memory through the programs they initiate….

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Interstellar Asteroid Originates from a 2-star System

The first interstellar visitor we had, an asteroid, is likely to have come from a 2-star system, as scientists have…

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China’s Abandoned Space Laboratory to Crash on Earth

The European Space Agency and the Aerospace Corporation have estimated that one of China’s old ad disabled space laboratories may…

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Canadian Mental Health Association Asks for Increased Funding for Mental Healthcare

Recently, we could see a new initiative taken by the Canadian Mental Health Association. The project wears the name Erase…

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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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