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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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Neanderthals knew how to make cloth from fibres and were far intelligent than thought

In a new find, archaeologists have unearthed the world’s oldest yarn that suggests that our prehistoric cousins — Neanderthals were far more intelligent than we assumed. The revolutionary new find will help scientists in backtracking the evolution of homo sapiens and future developments. As per the reports, researchers unearthed a string of yarn that dates …

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Breakthrough: An ancient yarn reveals our prehistoric cousins Neanderthals were intelligent

Neanderthals, our so-called ancestors, have always fascinated researchers and scientists and at the same time, given the much-needed information about human evolution and growth pattern. In a new find, researchers have unearthed a 6-millimetre-long cord fragment, which is said to be made from three bundles of fibres. The 6-millimetre-long cord fragment was found at an …

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Atomic bombing helps in calculating the age of Whale Sharks.

According to a report, Scientists have studied that the Earth’s largest fish is Whale Sharks and have also determined their age by using radioactive elements from bomb tests. A new study suggests that besides being the largest fish in the ocean, the whale shark is the longest living species of fish. Generally, the whale shark’s …

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Watch this breathtaking image of Earth shot by spacecraft on journey to Mercury

On 10th April,  the ESA / JAXA BepiColombo mission completed its first flyby, as the spacecraft arrived less than 12,700 km from Earth’s surface at 06:25 CEST,  directing its trajectory towards final destination Mercury. Images gathered just before closest approach shows our world sparkling through the darkness, during one of the most challenging periods in …

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NASA asks public to provide ideas to develop a mini moon rover

If you have a great idea to develop a small scanning robot, NASA needs to listen to you. The organization calls on the general public to send designs for miniature rovers to use as part of the Artemis mission to explore the Moon. According to the reports, the world’s largest aeroscape company NASA issued a …

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Neanderthals were smarter than we thought, explains the world’s oldest string of yarn

Recently, scientists came through a 6-millimetre-long cord fragment, which is said to be made from three bundles of fibres. The 6-millimetre-long cord fragment was found at an excavation site in the south-east of France, according to the news from our sources. The tiny twine has been used by Neanderthal people between 41,000 and 52,000 years …

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Scientists measure wind speed on a brown dwarf 33.2 light-years away from Earth

There are reports that scientists for the first time have measured the wind speed on an object outside of the solar system. The object that scientists have used in the process is brown dwarf, and it is 33.2 light-years away from the Earth. Brown dwarfs aren’t exactly stars, but neither are they planets. These “failed …

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Giant string-like creature “Siphonophores” spotted near Australian coast (Video+)

Researchers have spotted a giant alien creature in the Australian coast that has bamboozled the authorities. The strange object in the ocean is very massive in size and appears like UFO spaceship. A giant, strangely ribbon-like looking siphonophore, Apolemia, was found near the expense of Australia by a team of international scientists from local institutes, …

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Ancient teeth from Peru suggest monkeys rafted across Atlantic from Africa

4 fossilized ape teeth uncovered deep in the Peruvian Amazon.com give brand-new proof that more than one team of old primates travelled across the Atlantic Ocean from Africa, according to brand-new USC research just published in the journal Scientific research. The teeth are from a freshly discovered types belonging to an extinct family of African …

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Problems for Earth as massive hole opened up in Ozone layer over Arctic region

According to a press release from a European Space Agency, a new hole has started to form in the ozone layer over the Arctic since the last month. In the past, the ozone layer around the North Pole was depleted several times, but this time, extreme weather and atmospheric conditions contribute to a much greater …

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Scientists bamboozled over origin of Earth’s magnetic field

Microscopic minerals dug deep into from an ancient outcrop of Jack Hills, in Western Australia, have actually been the topic of extreme geological research, as they seem to birth traces of the Earth’s magnetic field reaching as far back as 4.2 billion years back. That’s almost 1 billion years previously than when the magnetic field …

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Boeing is attempting to send another test flight to the International Space Station.

A report suggested that the world’s largest aerospace company Boeing confirmed that it is going to attempt another test flight to the International Space Station without crew members aboard its Starliner spacecraft. A test flight was sent to the International Space Station late last year without crew members. This scenario was performed by Boeing’s Starliner …

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Indians to witness Super Pink Moon 202O on April 7 amid coronavirus lockdown

On April 7, the brightest and the biggest Super Pink Moon 2020 rose in the sky amid the worldwide lockdown due to the novel coronavirus. According to some studies, the Supermoon was quite bigger than the usual full moon. As per the Royal Observatory in London, when the moon at the time of the full …

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See breathtaking pic of April Super Pink Moon 2020 from all around the Earth

Skywatchers and stargazers are delighted after witnessing the divine event of Supermoon on April 7, 2020. It was this year’s largest Super moon where natural satellite of Earth became closest to our planet and appeared in its largest and brightest from for the year 2020. The Super Pink moon is what astronomers call as a …

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Late Cassini data might unravel the atmospheric mysteries of Saturn, NASA

The temperature of planets including Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune have bamboozled scientists for so long as these planets are located very far from our Sun but still, these planets have higher atmospheric temperature than our Earth. Finding their heat source has actually been just one of the excellent secrets of planetary science. Brand-new evaluation of …

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Astronomers decode weird mysteries of Uranus and its satellite system

In a new study, researchers have claimed that Uranus might have suffered a giant impact which has resulted in its strange 98-degree tilted spin axis. Since its satellite system is also tilted by same degree, researchers concluded that the system was formed after the giant impact. However, the disks predicted by the impact simulations generally …

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