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SpaceX Asked To Clean Up Its Mess After A Giant Piece Of A Falcon 9 Rocket Popped Up On A Beach

SpaceX, the company headed by Elon Musk, is having issues tracking its debris as, for the second time this year,…

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There’s No God, Said Stephen Hawking In His Recently Revealed Articles And Essays

Stephen Hawking, who died in March this year, was one of the most significant scientists of the world and the…

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Hyperion Is The Largest Galaxy Cluster Of The Early Universe Ever Recorded To Date

Exploring the far-distant regions of the Universe, astronomers recently found the largest galaxy cluster of the early Universe to date….

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Antarctic Ice Sheet “Sings” Thanks To The Winds Blowing On Its Surface

The winds that blow over the surface of ice glaciers in Antarctica cause the Antarctic ice sheet “sings” as it’s…

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Dogs Understand Human Language, According To A New Study

In case you’re a “dog person,” and talk with your pet, you have to know that your four-legged companion understands…

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NASA Astronaut Who Survived Soyuz Rocket Launch Failure Described The Situation

Air Force Col. Nick Hague, the NASA astronaut who survived the Soyuz rocket launch failure, talked about the situation and the…

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Hayabusa-2 Mission To Land on Asteroid Ryugu Delayed by JAXA Until 2019

In a recent press release, JAXA (The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) announced that the Hayabusa-2 mission to land on Asteroid Ryugu…

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Arctic Ecosystem And Its Wildlife Threatened By Chemicals

New research on the levels of chemicals in the Arctic ecosystem revealed that contaminants, such as mercury and PCBs, continue to…

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Oldest Sign of Animal Life Might Change The Timeline Of Life Evolution on Earth

Researchers have uncovered the oldest sign of animal life, and it didn’t come from fossilized remnants of ancient organisms. It’s…

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Kepler Space Telescope Woke Up To Allow NASA To Download Science Data From Campaign 19

On October 10th, the Kepler Space Telescope moved into a stable configuration to allow NASA to download the science data…

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