Science

Hubble Space Telescope Anniversary Celebrated With Picture of the Southern Crab Nebula

The Hubble Space Telescope’s hitched a ride on the space shuttle Discovery on April 24, 1990, thus beginning its stellar…

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Stargazers, Enjoy The Lyrid Meteor Shower Between April 22 and 23

Every year in April, space is offering us a lighting event by the meteor shower. The Lyrid meteor shower arrives…

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China Will Launch an Asteroid Probe, The Chinese Space Agency Announced

Chinese space agency officials declared on Thursday that China has plans to launch an ambitious asteroid exploration mission and has…

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Earliest Molecule In The Universe Was Found

After many studies and discoveries around those years, some things are still suspicious. That is the case of the Universe’s…

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NASA-made Sensor Withstood the Destruction of the Beresheet Lunar Lander

Beresheet, the first Israeli-built lander, crashed on the moon and the mission was deemed a failure, but a glimmer of…

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​NASA Astronauts Captured A Photo of the UK From the International Space Station

NASA has released an astounding​ photo of the United Kingdom, snapped by astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) on…

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​Brain Functions Could Be Restored After Death, New Experiments Show

A professor of neuroscience, comparative medicine, genetics, and psychiatry at the Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, CT, Nenad…

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​Mars Base On Earth Is Available For Teens in China

A Mars base simulator was created and designed in the middle of China’s Gobi desert, not for astronauts preparing to…

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The Great Permian Extinction, or The Great Dying, Gave Rise to the Dinosaurs​

The forgotten world of the Permian epoch, of the supercontinent of Pangaea, changed during the so-called the Great Dying or…

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New Phonon Laser Could Lead to Major Breakthroughs

Since it was first invented in 1960 and has led to Nobel prizes for Art Ashkin for developing optical tweezing,…

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