Science (Page 94/142)

Canadian’s Telescope Records Strange Sounds Coming from the Outer Space

CHIME (Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment) has been searching for quick radio blasts for as far back as week, and…

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SpaceX’s Dragon Capsule Returns Safely from the ISS

If you paid attention last month, SpaceX sent a Dragon capsule to the International Space Station which was meant to…

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Stunning ‘Fading Ghost’ of a Milky Way Supernova Captured by NASA

The remnants of a long-dead star have been recorded by the Spitzer Space Telescope. Approximately 6,400 light years from our…

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Stonehenge Creators Identity Put In Historical Light

The identity of the Stonehenge originators is a question that stayed on all lips for more than a century. Although…

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Recent Findings Reveal a Part of Stonehenge’s Mysteries

Stonehenge is one of the world’s most controversial mysteries. Numerous theories claimed that the imposing stone circle is either an…

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Why do Pictures Taken in Space Have no Stars in the Background?

We all know that there is something missing in the photographs that were clicked in space: stars. Why is that?…

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A New Small Satellites’ Division to be Created by Maxar at the Expense of SSL

Maxar has decided to create a new organisation handling small satellites and at the same time, it keeps reducing the…

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Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner Program Delayed Again

Boeing’s program to launch CST-100 Starliner is delayed again due to a couple of tests that failed including an engine…

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Chinese Researchers Plan to Capture Asteroids and Bring Them to Earth

With the advent of technology, rare metals needed for components are in high demand as mining companies struggle to deliver…

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Mars Habitat Design Competition Announces Finalists

Humans barely explored the Moon but we already dream of colonizing the Red Planet. Should you jump on the hype…

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