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Google honors the IVF scientist Anne McLaren!

Google is celebrating today as the birthday of the reproductive biologist, Anne McLaren, who gave many parents a hope and blessing of a child with IVF. Dame Anne Laura Dorinthea McLaren was a British scientist, who was one of the biologists behind the development of in vitro fertilization (IVF). Her accomplishment has given thousands of …

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Pentagon confirms sighting of a triangle shaped UFO!

A newly leaked video shows a triangle shaped flashing object over the US warship, which is said to be a real UFO. The clip was released by UFO investigators, with a few images as well, which has been confirmed by The Pentagon. Another video was released by Las Vegas based reporters, documentary filmmaker Jeremy Corbell …

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US Agencies put a hold on Johnson & Johnson vaccines over rare blood clots!

The federal agencies in the US have decided to pause the use of the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine due to the appearance of a rare and severe blood clot in some people. A statement was released by The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) saying that …

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Joseph Antoine the Brilliant Physicist, Mathematician and his Life

Joseph Plateau was a Belgian physicist and a mathematician. His full name was Joseph Antoine Ferdinand Plateau. He was the first to make illusions with moving images, which we more commonly know as animation. The device used to do this was called Phenakistiscope. He made it in 1832. Early Life Joseph was born on 14 …

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Star Wars films series, What is the complete set of star war series?

Trace the forty years of the Star Wars world with the posters of all the films of the historical saga released so far! The myth began on May 25, 1977, when, almost amidst general indifference, a new film halfway between fantasy and science fiction was released in US cinemas. That film was Star Wars and …

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NASA Kepler Space Telescope finds Earth-like Exoplanet in Habitable Zone

Although NASA’s Kepler mission ran out of fuel back in 2018 and the spacecraft went to sleep, but still scientists are scrutinizing its data. Kepler Space Telescope has led to many discoveries and helped astronomers and researchers in peeking different parts of world specially outside our solar system. During its hunt for exoplanets, Kepler has …

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NASA unveils ambitious interplanetary mission to collect Mars samples and bring them back to Earth

According to the recent report, the world’s largest space agency leaked its plan to collect Mars samples and bring them back to Earth. There are reports which suggest that the leading scientists of the project identified in an online meeting that NASA and the proposed Mars sample recovery program of the European Space Agency are …

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New research settles long-standing debate about photovoltaic materials

Scientists have thought that organometallic halide perovskites– a course of light gathering “wonder” materials for applications in solar batteries and also quantum electronic devices– are so encouraging due to an unseen yet extremely debatable mechanism called the Rashba impact. Researchers at the U.S. Department of Power’s Ames Lab have currently experimentally shown the existence of …

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This is how ancient fighting techniques spread across Bronze Age Europe

Bronze swords have actually been discovered by the thousands in graves, rivers, as well as bogs all across Europe. However because the alloy is so soft– as well as very easy to crush compared to later iron tools– historians have lengthy wondered whether these swords were field of battle devices or mere standing symbols. Currently, …

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Watch Stars dance with Black Hole validating Albert Einstein’s General Relativity

The mammoth great void at the center of the Milky Way, Sagittarius A * (or, simply put, Sgr A *), is orbited by a genuine buffet of celebrities which are beholden to its giant gravitational impacts. After 3 years observing star S2, which orbits Sgr A *, an international partnership of researchers at the European …

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NASA astronauts Jessica Meir and Andrew Morgan return from International Space Station

After spending nine months aboard International Space Station, NASA astronauts Jessica Meir and also Andrew Morgan went back to Earth Friday, in addition to Soyuz Leader Oleg Skripochka of the Russian room agency Roscosmos. The trio departed the International Space Station at 9:53 p.m. EDT Thursday as well as made a secure, parachute-assisted landing at …

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NASA Kepler Space Telescope finds Earth-like planet orbiting in Goldilocks Zone

Scientists’ quest for finding another Earth and extraterrestrial life will never rest as they keep observing the sky for some clue. As per the latest study, a team of scientists has found second earth lurking in a distant galaxy. The remarkable discovery was made using NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope, where the earth-sized planet orbiting its …

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Long-term spaceflight expedition causes the brain to change: Study

Do you know that traveling in space could change your brain? Yes, it does. Researchers found in the latest study that spending a long time in space could change your brain. According to our sources, researchers have explored many ways that NASA and its astronauts are able to prepare better for long-duration spaceflight missions by …

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This is how NASA team is operating Curiosity rover amid Coronavirus lockdown

Coronavirus pandemic has brought the world to a standstill and nearly 60 percent population is under lockdown that has forced people to work from home. Amid corona outbreak, NASA scientists are also controlling the Mars Curiosity rover from their respective homes. For individuals that have the ability to work remotely during this moment of social …

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Astronomers find brightest ever Supernova known till date

A massive star explosion known as SN2016aps, which took place in a galaxy about 3.6 billion light-years from Earth, is the brightest supernova ever seen, a new study reports. ” We can measure supernovae using 2 ranges: the overall power of the surge, and also the quantity of that energy that is sent out as …

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Oumuamua: How our first cigar-shaped interstellar visitor may have been born

The first-ever known interstellar object known to mankind — Oumuamua that was discovered back in 2017 for the first time, had violent past, reveals a new study. As per the latest research, the cigar-shaped object is part of a larger body that disintegrated millions of years and traveled in our Solar System. Researchers further revealed …

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NASA released a Breathtaking Image of The ‘Pillars of Creation’

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has released a spectacular picture of the ‘Pillars of Creation’ with the courtesy of the Hubble Space Telescope. According to the research, the picture was first captured in 1995, NASA and ESA’s stunning vision of the ‘Pillars of Creation’ has become one of the most popular images of the …

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ESA/JAXA BepiColombo mission shots stunning pic as shining Earth comes out of darkness

The ESA/JAXA BepiColombo mission has beamed back stunning image of earth captured during the first flyby on April 10 at 06:25 CEST. The joint mission took the image when it was nearly 12,700 kilometres far from Earth. As soon as the image surface the Internet, aspiring astronaut community, scientists, skywatchers, and stargazers all went haywire …

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