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Underground Canyons Found In Antarctica Might Be Bad News For Earth Due To Global Warming

Antarctica, the Earth’s terrestrial body that is currently a synonym for negative news due to climate change and global warming,…

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Get Rid Of Ants In Your Home With These Ten Natural And Inexpensive Remedies

As every year, with the arrival of warmer weather, the presence of insects is multiplying indoors. Cockroaches, termites, beetles, bedbugs, and…

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The Densest Neutron Star, Of 2.3 Solar Masses, Has Been Observed In A Binary System

A groundbreaking method was applied by a team of astrophysicists in order to find and observe the densest neutron star…

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Birds Evolution Has Continued Thanks To Ground Birds Which Survived The Mass Extinction That Killed The Dinosaurs

The asteroid that killed the dinosaurs 66 million years ago also had devastating consequences for the birds, as the only…

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Be Ready for Summer with These Sunscreen Products

Bobbie Thomas, the Style Editor for NBC’s Today Show, presents a few items considered a must-have during summer. The Memorial…

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Pulsar Observed Consuming A Brown Dwarf Star In The Highest Resolution Observation Ever Made

Two high-intensity radiation zones produced by the PSR B1957+20 pulsar which is consuming its companion, a brown dwarf star, separated…

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Geological Process Behind Titan’s Dunes Revealed New Information About Saturn’s Largest Moon

The dunes of Titan, one of the Saturn’s moons, could stretch over millions of kilometers more than earlier assumed and…

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NASA’s TESS Exoplanet Hunter Has Captured A Stunning Image Of 200,000 Stars

It was just in April when the NASA’s TESS exoplanet hunter was launched with the mission to find new exoplanets…

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Ancient Mammal Fossil Found In Utah Reveals Details About Global Exodus Of Mammals And Pangea Continent

A 130-million-year old ancient mammal fossil has been found in Utah and it is of a great importance for science…

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Fossilized Feces, Known As Coprolites, Revealed The Dietary Habits Of Lower Cretaceous Predators

At the site of Las Hoyas, Spain, in addition to the remains of fossilized plants and animals, other significant records…

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