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Best Helpful Apps for Hurricane Florence

You may have been preparing for hurricane Florence with food reserves, batteries and battled water. It may come off as…

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Pluto: is it a Planet After all? Let’s Take a Look at a New Argument

First discovered in 1930, Pluto’s status of planet was removed in 2006 by the International Astronomical Union (IAU) due to…

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It is Possible to Make the Sahara Desert Green by Turning it Into a Wind and Solar Farm

Every kid of the 1980s had a calculator that ran on solar power but only in the last 10 or…

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Juno Reveals Interesting Details about Jupiter’s Magnetic Shield

A highly detailed map of Jupiter’s magnetic field is being compiled by the Juno spacecraft. The field, which comes from…

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The Continent of Antarctica is Stunningly Depicted by a New Map

Until now, we could say that we had a better view of Mars than of Antarctica, in terms of maps….

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Traces of 7,200-year-old cheese discovered in Croatia

A new study that was published in the journal PLOS ONE suggests that we might have discovered the earliest cheese…

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The Movement of a Colossal Iceberg Helped Scientists Discover what Lives Underneath it

A Delaware-sized iceberg, in July 2017, detached from the ice shelf of the Antarctic. It did not travel too much…

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Tech: The Hexagon May Tower of Saturn is Above the Clouds

As Saturn is close to its summertime, Cassini, the long-lived international mission, has caught sight of a surprising feature which…

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NASA will pay you to transform CO2 into other resources on Mars

Every time NASA comes with a new idea of a mission, they need to bring all they need with them…

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A New Moon Mission Would not Need a Big Budget

Returning to our natural satellite would not require the same budget as the Apollo mission, according to a statement by…

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