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Tiny Baby Octopus Found By Scientists As It Was Floating on Hawaii Trash

In a photo taken in August 2018 and provided by the National Park Service (see above), there is a woman’s…

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NASA Hubble Space Telescope Repaired By Turning Gyroscope Off and On Again

Just a few days ago, NASA Hubble Space Telescope went into safe mode, due to a gyroscope problem, which left it…

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Women’s Birth Canals Are Different Depending On The Region, Proving For A Distinct Evolution

The form of women’s birth canals is a conflict between contradictory evolutionary forces. At first, birth canals need to be…

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Soyuz Rocket To Launch In December, According To Bridenstine From NASA

Yesterday, on October 23rd, Jim Bridenstine, NASA administrator, stated that he expects the next International Space Station crew to take off…

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The Oldest Intact Shipwreck In The World Discovered In Black Sea

In the Black Sea, a sea shared by Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Ukraine, Russia, and Georgia, in Europe, researchers discovered the…

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Life On Mars: Red Planet Might Have Enough Oxygen For Microbes And Sponges To Develop

About 2.7 billion years ago, the Earth’s atmosphere began to accumulate oxygen produced by cyanobacteria that lived in the oceans…

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NASA Spotted A Mysterious, Perfectly Rectangular Iceberg Breaking Off Antarctica

Tabular icebergs, in general, split along natural cracks and crevices in the ice and then detach freely. Now, NASA spotted a…

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“Headless Chicken Sea Monster” Spotted Swimming off East Antarctica

It appears that a deep-sea cucumber that looks like a headless chicken has just been filmed swimming off East Antarctica…

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Intensive Workout May Help you Live Longer

Physical exercises are an age-old habit that will help you leave a healthier, longer life. Aging is affected by a…

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NASA Wants Companies To Make Instruments To Send Them To The Moon

Over the last several months, the US space agency is focusing on returning to the Moon. Before a crewed mission,…

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