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The First Snowfall On Earth Occurred 2.4 Billion Years Ago, Linked To The Great Oxygenation Event

When did the first snowfall on Earth occur? The answer to this question was revealed in a study published in…

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Astronomers Photographed NGC 5643, A Seyfert Galaxy Which Launches Ionized Gas Emissions

Scientists believe that star clusters are fed by a supermassive black hole hidden inside them. However, recently, a group of…

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Zombie Ants’ Fungi Changed Behavior To Survive The Climate Change 20 To 40 Million Years Ago

The Ophiocordyceps Unilateralis fungi infect ants and turn them into “zombie ants” as they make them climb as high as…

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Homo Antecessor Direct Dating, Finally Conducted 20 Years After The Discovery Of A Fossilized Tooth

A fossilized tooth of Homo Antecessor, the “lost” ancient man, one of the ancestors of modern-day man, who lived during…

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Sea Monsters Sightings That Became Viral On Social Networks

In recent days, a famous vlogger on YouTube platform published a video showing 5 alleged sea monsters sightings that were…

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DSLWP-A and B Satellites May Not Ever Return

Two microsatellites may be lost. They were launched with the Queqiao Chang’e-4 and they were targeting the Moon. Longjiang-1 and…

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Tsawout First Nation Of Vancouver Island Now Has Its Own Minor Planet Thanks To David Balam

Since today Tsawout First Nation of the Vancouver Island has a place among the stars, literally, as a minor planet…

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Ozone Air Pollution Will Reach Unsafe Levels In Minnesota Today, May 28th, MPCA Announced

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has launched an air quality alert for a number of the state’s towns, which…

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Mycoplasma Bovis Forced New Zealand Government Decide The Slaughter Of 150,000 Cows

The New Zealand Government has submitted a plan to improve animal health, including the slaughter of more than 150,000 cows,…

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Gamma-Ray Bursts To Be Studied By The Colibri Robotic Telescope, A Mexico-France Joint Project

In a Mexico-France joint project called “Colibri” the UNAM’s National Astronomical Observatory of San Pedro, in Mexico, will install a…

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