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Giant iceberg moving close to Greenland village sheds light on global environmental crisis

The environmental crisis posed by our planet is a result of human activities which is not something new and many pieces of evidence have emerged validating the same. A recent observation of a gigantic iceberg near the village of Innaarsuit in Greenland could be assumed as the visual representation of the impact made by the …

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New explanation for turbulence in solar wind unraveled by scientists

Scientists have been able to leverage sophisticated processing techniques as well as longer exposures to obtain high fidelity images of the outer atmosphere of the Sun otherwise known as the ‘Corona’. These images have provided comprehensive details and insights that have remained undetected till now. The impending launch of the Parker Solar Probe has created …

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Encounters with wildlife are frightening central Maine residents

Recent reports encompassing a “rabid fox” in Brunswick and a “rabid otter” in Rockland, have scared off the residents of central Maine. However, the officials dealing with those wild animals have cautioned the people against getting too anxious on seeing a raccoon or fox. Sgt. Aaron Cross from the Maine Warden Service said in a …

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Interior of our Earth is brimming with diamonds, reveals new study

A recent study conducted by a group of international researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of California at Berkeley, Harvard and other institutions revealed that the interior of our Earth is brimming with a “quadrillion tons” of diamonds. According to the study, these diamonds are one thousand times more in number in …

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Scientists found quadrillion tons of diamonds stashed under the depth of the Earth

Scientists found quadrillion tons of diamonds stashed under the Earth

Diamonds, the rarest and one of the most precious minerals found on the face of the Earth are not so rare in reality. According to the latest research, there is a huge stash of Diamonds with more than quadrillion tons of diamonds hidden deep below the Earth’s surface waiting to be extracted. The research published …

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New study suggests we could be the only creature living in our Milky Way galaxy

Scientists and space experts have always debated on the presence of alien life in the Universe. That being said, nevertheless, a study conducted recently by a group of researchers at the University of Oxford has revealed that the earthlings may be the only creature living in the Milky Way galaxy. This study conducted by Toby …

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Two towers at Cape Canaveral Launch Complex 17 finally demolished

Two towers at Cape Canaveral Launch Complex 17 finally demolished

Cape Canaveral is known to all space enthusiasts as it is one of the popular launch sites for the launch of rockets carrying spacecraft, rovers, satellites, etc. The two towers erected on complex 17 were recently detonated to give way for something new. The Cape Canaveral launch complex 17 was originally was built for Thor …

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MeerKAT, world's largest radio telescope will capture 50 times sensitive image than Hubble

MeerKAT, world’s largest radio telescope will capture images more sensitive than Hubble

In a feat to discover the hidden truth and the unanswered questions that researchers have been studying for decades now, the world’s largest radio telescope with 64-dishes was inaugurated on Friday at a remote South African town named Carnarvon. The telescope is named as MeerKAT and it has 64-dishes arranged in a complex known as …

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Soyuz Progress 70 spacecraft reaches ISS in record time

Soyuz Progress 70 spacecraft reaches ISS in record time

The Russian resupply cargo ship Progress 70 became the fastest spacecraft to reach the International Space Station just under four hours. Roscosmos, the Russian space agency, launched its Progress 70 resupply ship aboard a Soyuz-2 rocket in MS-09 mission from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 5:51 pm ET. Although earlier Soyuz missions launched by the …

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NASA’s planet seeker Kepler Space Telescope could be retiring soon

NASA officials made an announcement on July 6 which stated that the Kepler Space Telescope was put in a hibernation-like state after finding out that it was running out of fuel. On Monday, the Kepler team identified a reduction in the fuel pressure of the spacecraft that indicated a drop in the fuel level. Therefore, …

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Feral cats in Australia eat millions of reptiles everyday

Feral cats have been the domestic mouse catchers for years but now they are living life in the wild eating reptiles and small animals. The experts believe that these cats aren’t any harm to the human existence and should not be disturbed while a lot of conservationists believe that these cats are an environmental catastrophe. …

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Mars rover Opportunity still has no signs of existence since dust storm

NASA’s Opportunity rover hasn’t been sending any signals since the giant dust storm hit Mars turning it into a planet of dust and sand. The storm started on May 30 and grew eventually, thereby taking over the entire planet or most of it within just a few weeks. The entire planet is covered with swirling …

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New research finds there are 44% more rivers and streams than we know now

The continuous efforts in the domain of astronomy and space research, as well as numerous advancements in the field of space exploration, might make us feel that we are aware of everything on our planet. However, the concerns of space exploration are yet to cease that has been validated by researchers in their study which …

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Newly appointed NASA administrator supports Space Force proposal

Recently there have been many speculations pertaining to the establishment of a separate military division for space termed as Space Force by the Trump Administration. The program has received the support of another formidable ally in the form of NASA administrator, Jim Bridenstine who helmed the reign of NASA recently. It is interesting to note …

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We are unable to detect asteroids and fireball explosion over Russia proves the same

Last week on Thursday, various Russian cities were treated to a splendid visual of light show with the bursting of a bright meteor into a fireball over the landscape. What’s interesting is that the meteor remained undetected until its explosion. According to the fireball records of NASA, the explosion of the meteor occurred on 21st …

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Study Confirms Death of a Million Reptiles in a Day by Australian Feral Cats

According to the findings of a new study that was published on Monday, feral cats are responsible for the killing of over one million reptiles on a daily basis in Australia. The study emphasizes the threat to various reptilian species in response to this uninhibited slaughtering. Cats were introduced to the Australian continent almost two …

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NASA unveils plan to safeguard Earth from asteroid attacks

According to a new report released by NASA through the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), NASA has plans to develop an asteroid detection and deflection technology over the course of coming ten years. The report is titled as ‘National Near-Earth Object Preparedness Strategy and Action Plan’ and comprises of 18 pages which illustrate …

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Scientists find out the first known manta ray nursery of the world in Gulf of Mexico

The world of science witnessed the discovery of another wonder as the University of California in San Diego has identified a first of its kind nursery for manta rays. The nursery has been spotted in the Gulf of Mexico and in this place, the giant wonders of sea life come in the view of divers …

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