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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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Resolution of the Fermi Paradox might have confirmed humans being alone in the universe

The search for extraterrestrial life has been intriguing the human civilization for many years and the massive spread of the universe and galactic bodies in it imply that intelligent life forms could possibly exist on a distant planet. The Fermi Paradox implies that humanity is the sole living intelligent life form in the Milky Way …

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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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ISS Releases Satellite Designed for Removal of Space Debris for First Field Test

The continuously increasing volume of space junk and debris in Earth’s orbit has not been responsible for a catastrophic event just yet albeit with possibilities for the continuous increase as various missions are launched above the Earth’s atmosphere into the unknown. The majority of content in the space debris and waste is derived from the …

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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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Researchers confirm that the tongue of the T. Rex was vestigial

Around 70 million years ago or somewhere near that period, the sight of the daunting Tyrannosaurus Rex would have sent shivers down our spine if we had inhabited the Earth back then. Coming face to face with the beast would have meant only a few inches of difference from imminent death. The T. Rex could …

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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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Explanation for mysterious rock formation on Mars confirmed by researchers

According to the findings of researchers, volcanic activity on Mars billions of years ago could be considered as the sole answer to the mysteries around rock formation on Mars. It was speculated earlier by UFO hunters that the rock formation is more likely due to an extraterrestrial spacecraft while NASA speculated it as a mysterious …

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