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Milky Way Galaxy Merged With The Massive Gaia-Enceladus Galaxy 10 Billion Years Ago

The Milky Way collided and merged with the sizeable Gaia-Enceladus galaxy about 10 billion years ago. The stars of the…

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Japanese Space Elevator Tests Would Commence Soon

Traveling to space has always been a challenging field of activity for space agencies around the world. While many are…

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Neanderthals Breathed Differently From Modern-day Humans

How the Neanderthals moved and breathed impacted their ability to survive in the full Ice Age across Eurasia. Although it…

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Dione, A Moon of Saturn, Is Covered With Some Mysterious Rectilinear Streaks

According to a study published in Geophysical Research Letters, the Rhea and Dione, two moons of Saturn, have some never-before-seen…

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Gas Agglomerations Observed Orbiting The Supermassive Black Hole in The Center of Milky Way

Gas agglomerations swirling in a circular orbit have been observed in-depth for the first time, in the vicinity of the supermassive…

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Arctic Permafrost Emits Acids And CO2 As It Melts Down, A US Geological Survey’s Study Revealed

As global warming and temperatures rise around the Arctic Ocean, and the world’s northernmost territories in the area around the…

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Two Mysterious Dust Clouds Orbit The Earth From Beyond The Moon, Hungarian Astronomers Confirmed

A team of Hungarian astronomers and physicists was able to confirm the existence of two mysterious dust clouds at just…

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Bitcoin (BTC) Mining Accelerates Climate Change, A Recent Study Revealed

If Bitcoin is implemented at rates similar to those incorporated with other technologies, it could produce enough emissions to raise…

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NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Set New Records In Its Journey To The Sun

On Monday, NASA’s Parker Solar Probe was as only 42.73 million kilometers away from the Sun, beating the previous record…

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Living Planet Report 2018 Revealed That Human Footprint Caused 60% Decline in World’s Species Populations

Humanity is destroying the planet and, according to the Living Planet Report 2018, which was published yesterday by the World…

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