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NASA Hopes To Find Life On Mars With Its Future Rover

Even though at the moment, returning to the Moon is one of the primary missions for NASA and other space…

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Mars On Earth: Two Scottish Islands Present Soil Similar To That On The Red Planet

While NASA and other space agency are exploring Mars and develop plans for the first human-crewed mission to the planet,…

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Global Water Supply Diminishes Despite Heavier Rainfalls

An international study has found that the global water supply is diminishing at the same time when climate change is…

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Virgin Galactic Made An Essential Step Towards Space Tourism

A spacecraft designed for space tourism by Virgin Galactic sailed the skies over California’s Mojave Desert today, Thursday, reaching what…

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Megalodon Became Extinct Due To Its Own Size

The megalodon might have been the most significant marine predator that has ever lived on Earth, reaching 60 feet in…

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The Dracula Ant Is The Fastest Animal On Earth, A New Study Revealed

The Dracula ant, Mystrium Camillae, can bite with its jaws at speeds of up to 90 meters per second, making…

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Great Barrier Reef Adapts To Ocean Warming

Great Barrier Reef’s Australian corals survived coral bleaching episodes triggered by ocean warming. Now, scientists believe that the Great Barrier…

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Mysterious Object Spotted In The Sky. Is Nibiru Real?

Nibiru theories have existed since the 1990s and they predict that a huge object (named Nibiru) will lead to doomsday….

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Early Universe Matter Created In Lab, During A Recent Experiment

According to a recent study’s report published today in Nature Physics, a team of researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder…

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China’s Lunar Rover Is Heading To The Dark Side Of The Moon

More than a dozen people put the foot on the Moon, while space agencies send even more rovers and orbiters…

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