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NASA Telescopes Spotted Ancient Galaxies From The Early Universe

A team of researchers who were observing the sky with the NASA Spitzer space telescope was able to look into…

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New Material Based On Graphene Will Improve The Quantum Computer

A joint team of researchers from the University of Vienna and the Institute of Photonic Sciences in Barcelona developed a…

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SpaceX Acknowledges The Destruction of the Crew Dragon Capsule After The Incident In April

Almost two weeks ago a massive smoke cloud could be seen above a test facility located in Florida. The company…

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Gaia Spacecraft Makes an Interesting Discovery – It Spotted Three Never-Before-Seen Asteroids

Developed by the European Space Agency, the Gaia spacecraft was designed to observe the location and speed of stars. The…

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Who Is the Man Who Photographed the Earth from Space?

Over time, the world, nature, humans, and objects have been the best muses for photographers from the invention of the…

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NASA Instrument Set To Track Carbon Dioxide In Earth’s Atmosphere

A NASA observer was launched on Saturday from a Falcon rocket in Florida. Its name is Orbiting Carbon Observatory 3…

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Bats Skull Shape Evolution Determined By Diet and Echolocation

Bats are mammals from the Chiroptera order. They are the only mammals capable of flight, due to their adapted wing-like…

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NASA Revealed Its Strategy For Future Moon Missions

Earlier this year the Trump administration asked NASA to return to the moon within five years, at any costs. The…

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New Evidence Shows that the Denisovans Have Lived in the Tibetan Plateau

A new study has analyzed a fossil jawbone recovered from Baishiya Karst cave in Xiahe, Gansu, China. The fossil contains…

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The Potential Of Water Worlds In The Milky Way For Alien Life

In 2016 astronomers spotted observed a remarkable planet type, unlike anything present in our solar system. The water-world planetary system…

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