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SpaceX Crew Dragon Incident Might Postpone The First The Company’s First Crewed Mission

April 20th, 2019, was an unlucky day for SpaceX as its Crew Dragon capsule suffered an ‘anomaly,’ according to the…

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Italian Cave Discoveries Give Us Insight into Ancient Humans Behavior

In Toirano, Italy, the cave of Bàsura is considered by the specialists to be an archaeological treasure, since it is…

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NASA Wants To Launch The First Crewed Mission To Mars Sooner Than Expected

Jim Bridenstine, the NASA Administrator released a number of statements that described NASA’s plans in regard to exploring close to…

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Solar Storm Might Hit Earth, But There Is No Reason To Panic

A massive stream of solar energy will hit the Earth in the form of a solar storm according to space…

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Is “The Eating Healthy Disorder” The New OCD?

Orthorexia Nervosa is a disorder that rejects unhealthy or impure foods, discovered 22 years ago. The aim is to have…

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Spot Brain Swelling Disease Before It’s Too Late

Early diagnosis is essential in slowing down the progression of the diabetes of type 1 in children. Unfortunately, the early…

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Plastic Waste on the Bottom of the Mariana Trench, Found by Explorers

A fascinating expedition which aimed to explore the depths of the five oceans has managed to set a new milestone…

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Rare Sea Creature Found Trapped In Amber of 99 Million Years Old

A fascinating and extremely rare sea creature was spotted in amber which dates back to 99 million years ago. The…

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Scientists Ask For a Sustainable Space Mining to Protect the Planets, Moons, and Space Rocks In The Solar System

Scientists believe that we need to protect our solar systems from the new “gold rush” of space mining efforts, which…

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Dementia Prevention With WHO New Guidelines

On Tuesday, The World Health Organization (WHO) has released new guidelines. In an attempt to minimize the dementia risks globally,…

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