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Arctic Region’s New Climate Amid Global Warming Alarms Scientists

The warming planet continues to affect even the coldest parts of the world. More recently, scientists reported that the Arctic…

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Early Studies Show Long-Term Covid-19 Effects Can Heal

While COVID-19 does leave long-term effects on survivors, a new study suggests that those effects can heal over time. With…

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Apple Helps Out UCLA for 3-Year Study on Depression and Anxiety

Apple continues its efforts to improve health and well-being by helping out UCLA on a three-year study on depression and…

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Plastic Wastes from PPE Can Be Transformed into Biofuel

One of the unnoticed aftermath of the pandemic is the increasing generated waste from thrown away personal protective equipment (PPEs).…

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Indian Schoolgirls Discover Asteroid Heading to Earth

Don’t panic, but two Indian schoolgirls have found an asteroid approaching Earth. The girls said the asteroid has changed its…

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Moderna Begins First US Phase 3 Trial of Covid-19 Vaccine

As COVID-19 cases in the US climb to 4 million, Moderna has started the first phase 3 vaccine trial in…

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UAE Successfully Launches Mars-Bound Probe

On Sunday, The United Arab Emirates launched Hope Probe, a spacecraft bound to orbit Mars for 687 Earth days. That…

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Doctors Pull Out 1.5-Inch Worm from Woman’s Tonsils In Tokyo

Doctors removed a 1.5-inch-long worm from a woman’s tonsils in Tokyo, after a check-up for sore throat and irritation, 5…

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A study says that we are not alone in this universe…

On Monday, published new research focuses on giving answers to some old questions. The study evaluates that there might be…

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NASA reveals surreal photo of Earth from 4 billion miles away

The famous “Pale Blue Dot” image of Earth taken from 4 billion miles away has been remastered and released by…

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Trump’s next budget could give NASA a huge funding windfall

If NASA is going to fulfill its goal of returning to the Moon by 2024, it’s going to need a lot of…

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Researchers Coax Levitating Glass Bead Into the Quantum World

Studying the quantum state of the universe is a challenging endeavor in part because objects only have detectable quantum properties…

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Congress Is Getting Serious About Sending Humans to Mars in 2033

A newly proposed House authorization bill would push back NASA’s deadline to land humans on the Moon to 2028 instead of 2024, while…

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SpaceX will trigger an intentional rocket failure to prove crew capsule’s safety

SpaceX will sacrifice a Falcon 9 rocket Sunday in a fiery test a minute-and-a-half after liftoff from Florida’s Space Coast…

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SpaceX Prepares to Sacrifice Falcon 9 in ‘Dragon Fire’ for Launch Abort Test

SpaceX is busily preparing for its final uncrewed flight test with the Falcon 9 and Dragon capsule before it sends…

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17-year-old NASA intern makes stunning discovery

Wolf Cukier, a student from Scarsdale High School in New York, was just three days into a summer internship at NASA when…

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Gigantic ‘Godzilla galaxy’ spotted by NASA’s Hubble telescope

Meet the king of galaxies: UGC 2885. It’s positively monstrous. It’s a giant with a sleepy supermassive black hole at…

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Scientists pin down timing of lunar dynamo’s demise

A conventional compass would be of little use on the moon, which today lacks a global magnetic field. But the…

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New study estimates the global extent of river ice loss as Earth warms

More than half of Earth’s rivers freeze over every year. These frozen rivers support important transportation networks for communities and…

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Scientists Teleport Data Between Two Quantum Chips

Scientists at the University of Bristol and the Technical University of Denmark have made a breakthrough discovery by achieving quantum teleportation of data between…

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