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Hypervelocity Star Ejected From Milky Way’s Disk, Spotted By Scientists

According to new research, the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way isn’t the only space object…

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Strong Solar Storm Hit The Earth Over 2,000 Years Ago, A Solar Protonic Events Study Revealed

The sun continually emits a high amount of energy, but in some cases, it can release powerful particles which are…

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SpaceX Dragon Capsule Successfully Returned To Earth After One Week On The ISS

SpaceX completed the first test flight for its Dragon capsule designed to fly American astronauts to the International Space Station….

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New Details On Planet Nine Offered By Astronomers In Recent Studies

In 2016, Caltech astronomers Konstantin Batygin and Mike Brown were the first to come up with the theory that an…

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Horseshoe Crabs Are Related To Spiders, According To New Research

Horseshoe crabs are some mysterious creatures, undoubtedly. Sporting hard shells, tiny legs to scamper around, pincers, and a long spiny tail to roll…

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Planet Nine Search Revealed “FarFarOut,” The Furthest Object In The Solar System

In most cases, snow days aren’t particularly inspiring, but some people can make landmark discoveries while others are busy building…

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Prehistoric Fossil Found On Prince Edward Island Is The First Evidence Of Permian-Old Land Life In Canada

Back in May 2018, researchers found a prehistoric fossil on Prince Edward Island. But, only now, the scientists confirmed that…

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Hayabusa-2 Landed On Asteroid Ryugu

According to JAXA (Japanese Space Agency), the probe the agency sent to sample the soil of Asterid Ryugu, a distant…

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Beresheet, Israel’s First Lunar Mission, Launched From Cape Canaveral With A SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket took off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, last night with the so-called Beresheet lunar lander, Israel’s…

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These Unique Tanner Crabs Feed On Methane Seeps

On the seafloor off British Columbia, the researchers found a group of tanner crabs that were feeding on methane seeps….

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