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The World’s Oldest Analog Computer, Antikythera Mechanism, Is Now Complete

Scientists believe that the Antikythera mechanism is the world’s oldest analog computer, and, luckily, it is now complete as the…

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Spiders Living In Cities Are Not Afraid Of Light, According To German Scientists

According to a recent study carried out by German scientists, those spiders that live in cities are not afraid of…

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Dust Collisions on Earth Help Scientists Learn More About The Planetary Formation

German and Japanese researchers conducted a study in which they threw projectiles into dust clumps. That helped them understand how…

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NASA Asteroid Sampling Mission Tests OK Ahead Of its Arrival on Asteroid Bennu

Last week, on Friday, NASA stated that Origins Spectral Interpretation Resource Identification Security – Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) asteroid sampling mission tested…

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Exploding Stars Produce Glass, A New Study Revealed

We are using objects made of glass day after day, and we have so many glass stuff around us that…

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Galaxy Cluster In The Form Of Star Trek’s USS Enterprise Spotted By NASA’s Chandra

Now, after astronomers found the real Vulcan exoplanet, the homeworld of Spock in Star Trek, the Star Trek fans are…

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China’s Fusion Reactor Got Hotter Than The Sun In A New Chinese Breakthrough

Researchers of China’s fusion reactor, known as the “Chinese artificial Sun,” claimed they made another breakthrough as the fusion reactor…

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Bursting Bubbles Release Bacteria From Water To Air

Bubbles are everywhere where is water, from lakes and streams to swimming pools, public fountains, and toilets. But, according to…

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Campi Flegri, A Deadly Supervolcano Near Naples, Italy, Might Be Preparing For An Eruption

Near the city of Naples, in Italy, there is the Campi Flegrei, a sleeping supervolcano. However, this deadly supervolcano might be…

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Water Is Siphoning Into Earth’s Interior In Significant Amounts

Scientists observed in a recent study that a significant amount of water is siphoning into Earth’s interior. This situation is…

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