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NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory To Return To Action This Week

More than a week ago, NASA’s Chandra X-Ray Observatory had gone into “Safe Mode” due to a malfunction. Since then,…

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Youngest Known Pulsar Detected By Astronomers

Usually, NASA and other space agencies and astronomers detect and study some of the oldest space objects in the Universe….

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When Is The 2018 Lunar Eclipse Going To Happen And From Where Would We See It?

The next full moon of October will peak on Wednesday afternoon, on October 25, and it will grant us a…

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“Headless Chicken Monster” Swimming in The Southern Ocean Noticed For The First Time In The Region

A mysterious marine creature, a sea monster commonly dubbed as the “headless chicken monster,” got on tape for the first…

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Big Piece Of Space Junk Crashed Into Californian Farm

In a morning, a farmer in¬†Hanford, California, went out, as regular, to check his walnut orchard. But that time it…

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The Possible Reason Behind The Recent Soyuz Rocket Malfunction

Precisely ten days ago, a Soyuz rocket failed in mid-air due to one of its boosters, forcing its occupants, one…

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New Cheaper Mid-range Version of Model 3 launched by Tesla

Tesla has started offering its brand new, cheaper mid-range battery variant of the Model 3. Its price starts at $45,000…

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First Flesh-Eating, Piranha-Like Fish Terrorized The Oceans In Jurassic

According to a new study, the first flesh-eating, piranha-like fish appeared about 150 million years ago, and it was terrorizing…

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NASA Wants To Explore Venus With Stunning “Cloud City” Airships

High Altitude Venus Operational Concept (HAVOC) airships are what NASA wants to use to explore Venus. Space.com compared the HAVOC…

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“Oldest Fossils” On Earth, Found In Greenland, Might Just Be Rocks

In 2016, an Australian team of researchers found some interesting structures in Greenland that they said, back then, that they…

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