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New Discovery Called “Best Place To Look For Life Beyond The Solar System”

    New Discovery Called “Best Place To Look For Life Beyond The Solar System”

For astronomers, the ideal planet around another star would have several criteria to meet, and so far no discovery has ticked all the boxes. However, the newly discovered LHS 1140b

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Scientists Assemble Ultimate Jigsaw To Reveal Gigantic New Dinosaur

    Scientists Assemble Ultimate Jigsaw To Reveal Gigantic New Dinosaur

It’s that time again! A brand spanking new dinosaur has been discovered, this time in Utah. Hauled from the ground in impeccable condition, this fossilized beastie was, once upon a

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Why The Moon Once Had Its Own Magnetic Field

    Why The Moon Once Had Its Own Magnetic Field

The Moon doesn’t have a magnetic field, but magnetized rocks returned by the Apollo missions show it once did. Now, more than 40 years after humanity last visited the lunar surface,

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Researchers Have Created The First Map of A Dark Matter Bridge

    Researchers Have Created The First Map of A Dark Matter Bridge

Dark matter doesn’t interact with light and it’s invisible to our instruments. But it is believed to interact with gravity, so researchers have used this fact to cleverly produce the

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Science May Have Solved Why Taking Deep Breaths Calms You Down

    Science May Have Solved Why Taking Deep Breaths Calms You Down

Take a deep breath, and now breathe out slowly. From yoga to stress relief, this is a well-worn trick to help calm you down, simply because most of the time

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Ancient Monkey Blood Found Fossilized In Amber

    Ancient Monkey Blood Found Fossilized In Amber

For the first time, fossilized mammal blood, probably from a 20 to 30 million-year-old monkey, has been found in amber. Ok, it’s not quite Jurassic Park, but Oligocene Park would probably

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Scientists Create A Mind-Controlled Turtle

    Scientists Create A Mind-Controlled Turtle

By tapping into a turtle’s natural fight or flight response, researchers in Korea have managed to direct a living turtle via human thought. The work could help in the development of future

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The First Image Of A Black Hole Might Have Been Snapped

    The First Image Of A Black Hole Might Have Been Snapped

Astronomers have just concluded a groundbreaking series of observations. By linking radio telescopes across the world, the study attempted to take the first image of Sagittarius A*, the supermassive black hole

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Astronomers Release Detailed Survey Of The Milky Way’s Ionized Hydrogen

    Astronomers Release Detailed Survey Of The Milky Way’s Ionized Hydrogen

Astronomers from the University of Wisconsin have released the most comprehensive data yet from the Wisconsin H-Alpha Mapper (WHAM) observatory, which has been looking at the ionized hydrogen that occupies interstellar space above

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Scientists At Work: Living On A Simulated Mars

    Scientists At Work: Living On A Simulated Mars

According to Martin Rees, the Astronomer Royal, establishing a permanent presence beyond Earth is the first step humans will take towards the “divergence into a new species”. Plans to visit

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Solar Storms Can Drain Earth’s Upper Atmosphere Of Electric Charge

    Solar Storms Can Drain Earth’s Upper Atmosphere Of Electric Charge

Solar storms can rain a deluge of charged particles on our planet, creating spectacular aurorae but also damaging satellites and electronics. Scientists have now discovered that these storms also have

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There’s Metal In The Atmosphere Of Mars

    There’s Metal In The Atmosphere Of Mars

NASA’s MAVEN spacecraft, currently in orbit around Mars, has made an interesting discovery of metal ions in its atmosphere. It’s the first time we’ve found such a feature on another

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This Zip Line Will Take Astronauts To Safety If Something Goes Wrong With Their Rocket

    This Zip Line Will Take Astronauts To Safety If Something Goes Wrong With Their Rocket

If you’re on top of a launch tower and something goes wrong with your rocket, you’re going to want to get away pretty quickly. With that in mind, Boeing and

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Physicists Show A Bizarre Connection Between Black Holes And Superfluid Helium

    Physicists Show A Bizarre Connection Between Black Holes And Superfluid Helium

In the 1970s, Stephen Hawking and Jacob Bekenstein discovered that the properties of black holes depended not on the volume of the black hole but on its area. This idea

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Dark Energy May Not Actually Exist

    Dark Energy May Not Actually Exist

It was only 20 years ago, when astronomers discovered that the universe was expanding at an accelerated rate. Without an obvious cause, the concept of dark energy was introduced. Dark

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Boiling Water Behaves Extremely Weirdly Aboard The ISS

    Boiling Water Behaves Extremely Weirdly Aboard The ISS

We take boiling for granted. Heat some water up to 100°C (212°F) and bubbles appear as the water turns into a gas. However, you probably know that boiling water on a

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Enzymes Versus Nerve Agents: Designing Antidotes for Chemical Weapons

    Enzymes Versus Nerve Agents: Designing Antidotes for Chemical Weapons

A chemical weapons attack that killed more than 80 people, including children, triggered the Trump administration’s recent missile strikes against the Syrian government. The use of illegal nerve agents –

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20,000 Volts Of Electrical Energy Plus A Watermelon Creates A Wonderful Bang

    20,000 Volts Of Electrical Energy Plus A Watermelon Creates A Wonderful Bang

Up there with one of the many burning scientific questions of our time is what happens when you pump 20,000 volts of energy into a watermelon? YouTube’s TheBackyardScientist is back to find out. With

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If There’s Life Elsewhere In Our Solar System Where Will It Be?

    If There’s Life Elsewhere In Our Solar System Where Will It Be?

After the momentous discovery of hydrothermal vents in the ocean of Enceladus, the Saturnine moon has become the prime candidate to host life beyond Earth. The chemical blocks are all

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