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Chunks of Failed Planets Might Have Scarred Early Earth

Chunks of Failed Planets Might Have Scarred Early Earth

hree views of the Apollo Basin taken with NASA’s Moon Mineralogy Mapper instrument on India’s Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft. The false-color image on the right reveals composition, which can help scientists discover the history of the moon’s surface and impact craters The ...

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50 Amazing Human Brain Facts (Based on the Latest Science)

50 Amazing Human Brain Facts (Based on the Latest Science)

hese brain facts dispel many brain myths that linger from the past. Learn how the brain works, for better (or worse). All facts have original references. The study of the human brain has been called the last frontier in science. The field ...

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Twitter Character Limit Doesn’t Apply

Twitter Character Limit Doesn’t Apply

Twitter will no longer count photos, videos, polls and quoted tweets against its 140-character limit, but it will for certain ads. Here’s the workaround. Starting today — four months after announcing it would do so — Twitter will no longer count ...

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Suspend Your Disbelief: These Drinks Defy Gravity

Suspend Your Disbelief: These Drinks Defy Gravity

hat could be better than a drink in your hand? How about a drink that can levitate? It’s not magic — it’s electromagnetic suspension. A wireless block and special cups with magnetic bases create the magical illusion of a drink that ...

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The shocking claim mystery skulls ‘found in Antarctica could be from aliens’

The shocking claim mystery skulls ‘found in Antarctica could be from aliens’

he story went viral online, claiming that three ancient skulls were unearthed by a team of archaeologists. It was seen as mind-blowing, not only because it was thought at the time Antarctica was first reached by humans, in 1820, hundreds ...

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Boys ‘twice as likely to fall behind girls’ in early years

Boys ‘twice as likely to fall behind girls’ in early years

oys are nearly twice as likely as girls to have fallen behind by the time they start school, a report says. Save the Children says a quarter of boys in England – 90,000 – started reception class struggling to speak ...

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Rare Noah’s Ark Mosaic Uncovered in Ancient Synagogue in Israel

Rare Noah’s Ark Mosaic Uncovered in Ancient Synagogue in Israel

osaics depicting prominent Bible scenes were uncovered during annual excavations of an ancient synagogue in Israel’s Lower Galilee. During the excavation in June, archaeologists found two new panels of a mosaic floor in a Late Roman (fifth-century) synagogue at Huqoq, ...

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Juno probe successfully enters Jupiter’s orbit after ‘amazing’ mission

Juno probe successfully enters Jupiter’s orbit after ‘amazing’ mission

he Juno mission will cost Nasa $1.1billion. After an epic five year journey, where it slung-shot around the Earth to gather speed and traveled for 2.8bn kilometers, it will now circle Jupiter for 20 months, before plunging to a crushing ...

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Why Is The Dead Sea Called The Dead Sea?

Why Is The Dead Sea Called The Dead Sea?

illing a sunken land at the lowest point on earth, the Dead Sea in the Middle East is one of the world’s most fascinating places. It’s an incredible salty lake—one of the world’s saltiest bodies of water, in fact. As ...

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SETI Eavesdrops on Nearby Star in Smart Alien Hunt

SETI Eavesdrops on Nearby Star in Smart Alien Hunt

stronomers seeking out extraterrestrial intelligence have used a powerful radio telescope to eavesdrop on a star system that is relatively close to Earth in the hope of hearing the faint radio whisper of an alien civilization. Known as “targeted SETI”, ...

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