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TESS Discovered An Exoplanet Very Similar to Earth

It appears that TESS (the Transiting Exoplanets Survey Satellite) has already made its first significant discovery. An Earth-sized planet was…

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SpaceIL Works on a Second Lunar Lander, Despite The Failure of Beresheet

SpaceIL plan to land Beresheet spacecraft on the surface of the Moon has failed after controllers lost communication during its…

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Penguin Head Spotted on Mars In Images Shared by NASA, Hinting That Life on Mars Exists

It all started by Steve Martin that had studied many images provided by NASA in search of extraterrestrial life. But…

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Ponds Might Have Been The Places Where Life on Earth Began, And Not the Oceans

Primitive ponds may have a more appropriate environment for the birth of early life on Earth than the oceans for…

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New Superbug, Candida Auris, Spread Around The World, As We Speak, The CDC Revealed

A new fungus has been identified as a serious health threat by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The…

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Scientists Shed More Light On Brown Dwarfs, Thanks To New Research

Most people know that planets and stars are quite different. They may be surprised by the fact that there some…

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How Would It Have Been to Look at the Stars in the Age of Dinosaurs?

If you are a lover of the sky, especially the night sky and you remain in total awe stargazing, the…

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Ancient Egyptian Woman’s Teeth Suggest a ​Peculiar Profession She Might Have Had

During a routine analysis, two archaeologists have discovered on the teeth of an ancient Egyptian woman who lived over 4,000…

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Apollo 11 Cave of Namibia Shows How Ancient Humans Were Thinking

Even though this cave in Namibia is called the Apollo 11, it has nothing to do with the exploration of…

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You Can Now Choose the Name of the Largest Unnamed Space Object in the Solar System

If you haven’t heard by now, beyond Neptune, the Solar System has another little red planet that rotates around the…

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