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Elon Musk’s Tesla Roadster Flew Past Mars

Back in February, SpaceX launched a Falcon Heavy rocket for the first time. It carried with it the Elon Musk’s Tesla Roadster,…

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NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover Is Back in Action

Over the last weekend, Curiosity drove about 60 meters and reached a site called Lake Orcadie, achieving a total of 12…

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Two Extra, Hidden Moons Are Orbiting The Earth

According to a recent study carried out by Hungarian astronomers, the Moon is not the only natural satellite orbiting our…

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A Powerful Laser Beam Might Help Us Communicate With Extraterrestrials

A new study issued in the Astrophysical Journal explained that a powerful-enough laser beam, placed atop a mountain on Earth…

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“Ghost Particles” Helped Scientists Measure The Mass of Earth

Since it is impossible to measure the mass of Earth with an X-ray or MRI scanner, the scientists came up…

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Astronomers Identified The Oldest Star In The Universe

Stars that formed soon after the Big Bang are holding valuable scientific information about the formation of the Universe and…

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Quantum Teleportation Is One Step Closer To Becoming A Reality

Research in the quantum computer and quantum encryption is already advanced and is inevitable for the development of future quantum…

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Human Papillomavirus or HPV, Inherited By Modern Humans From Neanderthals

New research, recently published in the journal PLOS Pathogens, concluded that the human papillomavirus (HPV), which causes cervical cancer, among…

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NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope Captured a Deep Space “Smiling Face”

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope captured a formation of galaxies that look like a smiling face, the US space agency reported….

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NASA’s Dawn Mission Ends After Running Out Of Fuel

NASA’s Dawn, a spacecraft that launched 11 years ago and studied two of the most significant objects in the asteroid…

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