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Hubble just Uncovered an Interesting Galaxy Close to our Own

It looks like astronomers have started to use the Hubble Space Telescope in order to uncover previously unknown planets and…

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Ice-VII Seen for the First Time in Natural Form, Inside of Diamonds

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend. They are also a scientist’s best friend when they have never before seen Ice-VII…

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The Geomagnetic Storm That is Supposed to Hit Earth is Not Real

There have been plenty of rumors about a big geomagnetic storm that was supposed to hit the Earth on March…

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NASA’s Jupiter Probe Might Bring More Information than Expected

The universe remains one of the most mysterious things for humanity. For years scientists have tried to explore all its…

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ESA to Build Air-Breathing Motors Which Can Work in Space

We all know there’s no air in space. However, there’s sufficient to pour into low orbits. The European Space Agency…

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Giant Leap for Mankind – 4G Now on the Moon?

For us, 4G phone connections are a normal thing. They have become the most popular form for a fast, reliable…

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NASA Starts to Look for Alien Life on Mars, Saturn, Jupiter and… Earth?

We have gotten accustomed to NASA going out into the cosmos in order to look for signs of life in…

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3 Astronauts from International Space Station to Return Home Safely

Three astronauts came back from the International Space Station to the blanketed frosty -level grounds of Central Asia, finishing a…

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New Paper Reveals that an Extra-Terrestrial Cyberattack is More Likely Than We Could Imagine

If you think about an alien invasion, according to sources, a cyberattack is definitely not the first thing that pops…

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New Study: Any Musical Instrument Improves the Audio and Motor Connectivity in the Brain

Playing an instrument all through life enhances the association between the hearing territory and the motor zone, as uncovered by…

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