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​Mars Base On Earth Is Available For Teens in China

A Mars base simulator was created and designed in the middle of China’s Gobi desert, not for astronauts preparing to…

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First-Ever Real Image of a Supermassive Black Hole Revealed By the Event Horizon Telescope

As we reported earlier, a groundbreaking black hole discovery was revealed in a series of international press conferences earlier today….

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Ancient Four-Legged Whale Fossils Found In Peru, In A Groundbreaking Discovery

Scientists spotted 43-million-year-old ancient four-legged whale fossils in Peru. According to the paleontologists behind this groundbreaking discovery, the mysterious sea…

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NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover Captured Two Martian Solar Eclipses

The total solar eclipses on Earth are spectacular, but that’s because they are the result of an astronomic coincidence. The…

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NASA Tests Its Europa Clipper Probe That Would Explore Europa, The Icy Moon Of Jupiter

A team of NASA researchers is currently testing the Europa Clipper, a new probe which should be able to explore…

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Mars Could Still Have Active Deep Groundwater Systems, Recent Research Concluded

The Red Planet has fascinated humans since the dawn of civilization. More recently, though, our neighbor became the target of…

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New Type Of Planetary Object, “Synestia,” Revealed In A Recent Study

A recent study published in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, a journal of the American Geophysical Union revealed a…

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CERN Study Shed More Light On Why There’s More Matter Than Antimatter

There is one big question we, humans, have always asked – Why do we exist? That is the most profound…

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Space Conditions Might Turn Neutral Bacteria Into Lethal Superbugs

Conquering space has been a dream of humanity since ancient times, but the number of potential roadblocks continues to grow….

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Seawater Might Help Us Produce Hydrogen Fuel

In a new experiment conducted by Stanford University, the scientists managed to produce hydrogen fuel using only solar power, electrodes,…

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