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Phantom Neutron Star Races Through Space At An Impressive Speed

Astronomers spotted a phantom neutron star which travels through the galaxy at an impressive speed. The ghostly pulsar appeared after…

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New Study Claims That Mammals Developed Arms Before Dinosaurs Appeared

Mammals possess a unique advantage in the form of their forelimbs. Some fly, other run and swim, each using a…

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Space Conditions Might Turn Neutral Bacteria Into Lethal Superbugs

Conquering space has been a dream of humanity since ancient times, but the number of potential roadblocks continues to grow….

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Extraterrestrial Researcher Claims He Discovered An Alien Ship On The Moon

Scott C Waring is a renowned extraterrestrial researcher, and he claims to have discovered an alien ship on the Moon….

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Researchers Used Light To Levitate And Propel Objects

Caltech researchers say that light can be used to levitate and propel objects. A study called “Stabilization of Photon Levitation…

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VR Beyond Gaming: 4 Potential Consumer Uses

Virtual reality is most closely associated with gaming and with practical applications in specific industries. Gaming certainly gets the most…

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Seawater Might Help Us Produce Hydrogen Fuel

In a new experiment conducted by Stanford University, the scientists managed to produce hydrogen fuel using only solar power, electrodes,…

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Microseisms on Mars Detected for The First Time Thanks To NASA’s InSight

NASA’s InSight lander has finally mounted its seismometer on the Red Planet. The mission of the car-sized Mars probe is…

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Quantum Dots Are More Efficient Than Single Crystal Semiconductors

Quantum dots, a type of particles which are quite easy to produce, could replace the traditional single crystal semiconductors which…

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JAXA’s Hayabusa-2 Will Drop An Explosive On Asteroid Ryugu To Collect Underground Samples

In an attempt to find out more about the origin of the Solar System, Hayabusa-2 mission operated by the Japan…

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