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Tsawout First Nation Of Vancouver Island Now Has Its Own Minor Planet Thanks To David Balam

Since today Tsawout First Nation of the Vancouver Island has a place among the stars, literally, as a minor planet…

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Gamma-Ray Bursts To Be Studied By The Colibri Robotic Telescope, A Mexico-France Joint Project

In a Mexico-France joint project called “Colibri” the UNAM’s National Astronomical Observatory of San Pedro, in Mexico, will install a…

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CRISPR Used To Create Genetically Modified Rice Plants With Higher Productivity

Researchers from the Purdue University teamed up with the scientists from the Academy of Sciences of China to employ CRISPR gene-editing…

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MeerLICHT And MeerKAT Are The Eyes And, Respectively, The Ears For A Better Understanding Of The Universe

Exploding stars and black holes represent only a few of the issues astrophysicists plan to investigate with the latest MeerLICHT…

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Is Pluto Actually Just a Giant Comet?

Before 2006, the small planet has been reclassified. But is there actually something we didn’t know about Pluto? Cosmologists changed…

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Astronaut Alan Bean, The 4th Moonwalker In The World, Dies At 86

Alan Bean had two space missions to his credit and was the 4th moonwalker of the only 12 men who…

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Mars Rocks Might Contain Evidence That Life On Mars Existed Billions Of Years Ago

There may be some specific Mars rocks that could provide vital hints about the past existence of life on the…

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Event Horizon Of The Supermassive Black Hole Sagittarius A Has Been Photographed For The First Time Ever

A number of telescopes across the planet have combined forces to give us the first-ever picture of an event horizon…

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Io, The Moon Of Jupiter With 100 Active Volcanoes, Will Be Visible As Jupiter Will Shine In The Night Sky This Summer

During these nights and throughout the summer, the planet Jupiter will be perfectly visible from many regions of the world….

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Researchers Tested Shellfish on the Shoreline of Seattle; The Result was Positive

When people consume opioids as an oxycodone, they eventually arrive in the toilet through human excretions. These chemicals walk with…

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