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Lowest Temperature On Earth, Registered In Antarctica, A New Study Revealed

A new study published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters showed that the Antarctic ice sheets could reach near -100…

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NASA’s New Project Will Revolutionize Our Search For Alien Life In The Universe

We have always wondered if we are alone in the universe or if maybe distant planets are full of life…

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Plague-Infected Cat From Idaho Makes People Take Unprecedented Measures

As it was confirmed by laboratory tests, a cat from Elmore County in southern Idaho was infected with the plague….

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New Astonishing Images Of Mars, Taken By Mars Trace Orbiter’s CaSSIS Camera, Revealed Today

An unprecedented view of the inside of the 100-kilometer-diameter Nicholson crater and another of a hole in the volcanic plain…

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Hayabusa 2 Spacecraft Arrives at its Target – A Diamond-Shaped Asteroid

Your years after its launch, the Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa 2 has reached its target – an asteroid called Ryugu. The…

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Belize Barrier Reef, The Second-Largest Coral Reef In The World, Is No Longer In Danger, Says UNESCO

The Belize Barrier Reef, the second-largest one in the world, was removed this Tuesday by UNESCO from the list of…

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Parasitic Worm Crawling In A Woman’s Face Monitored With Selfies

A woman observed something is crawling in her face and decided to take selfies to monitor the unusual appearance. The…

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Unknown Extraterrestrial Life Form Is The Biggest Challenge – How Could NASA Recognize It?

When humans discovered that there are other planets in space, people started to wonder whether we are alone in the…

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Blue Lights to Prevent Drug Use – Retailers Experiment with this Idea

We’ve heard before about this idea that blue lights in a restroom could stop people from using drugs, since they…

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Enormous Mass Of Hot Rock Is Shaping Up Underneath Northeastern America

An enormous mass of hot rock is shaping up in the undergrounds, under Northeastern America, according to a new study….

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