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We May Have Water in the Earth’s Lower Mantle

A recent study on diamonds helped researchers reveal that we may have water in the Earth’s lower mantle. The study,…

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6000 New Craters Discovered on the Surface of the Moon

The moon is the closest cosmic neighbor we have. Needless to say, it still holds plenty of mysteries for us….

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6,000 New Craters on Moon Found by AI?

The future is here. Artificial intelligence is helping scientists to find new craters on the Moon. It already found 6000….

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Stephen Hawking – The Man that Found out what Black Holes are

Despite his disability, Stephen Hawking has contributed a lot to the field as a theoretical physicist, especially when it came…

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People Help Resolve the Mysterious Nature of New Aurora Type

This uncommon event was first captured by Notanee Bourassa on the 25th of July in 2016. He knew that what…

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Volcanic Thunder Recorded by Scientists in Alaska

A volcanic thunder is the name given to the sound produced by an erupting volcano. It is, in fact, a…

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African Tools Reveal Things about Human Technological Innovation

A mere 20 years ago, plenty of archaeologists thought that around 40,000 – 50,000 years ago there was a human…

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The Kepler Space Telescope is Slowly Dying – What Happens Then?

Since the Kepler Space Telescope is circling the sun at a distance of about 94 million miles from our planet,…

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The Red Spot from Jupiter is Getting Taller as it Shrinks

The Red Spot from Jupiter has been studied by researchers for centuries. Most of the people don’t even know that…

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Aurora in Southern Canada has been Nicknamed STEVE

In the world of science there never seems to be a moment where things just stay still without any new…

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