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Chinese space station Tiangong-1 might hit Earth at unknown location!

Chinese space station Tiangong-1 is going to crash into Earth within a few months. In 2016, Chinese scientists had informed that they have lost control of the space station and predicted that it would...
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NROL-52 US spy satellite launched

The second secret spy satellite of the United States name NROL-52 has launched. The satellite was launched on 15th October from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station situated in Florida at 3:28 a.m. As per...
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Yellowstone Supervolcano is expected to erupt sooner: Research

Researchers, who were studying and analyzing the supervolcano present beneath the Yellowstone National Park, have revealed that the supervolcano could blow much faster sooner than previously expected and its early eruption could wipe out...

Asteroid 2012 TC4 could pass alarmingly close to the Moon and might just smash...

As we described in the previous post, the 2012 TC4 is on a course to pass very close to our planet enabling the scientists to study it more appropriately. A new tracker of the...

The mystery behind the missing half of Universe’s Normal Matter now solved

The mysterious missing links between galaxies has finally been found, and this is the first detection of the roughly half of the normal matter found in our universe. The unaccounted protons, neutrons, and electrons...

Dead dolphin penis inflated by scientists to study how marine genitalia evolved

People have always had a curiosity for things they can’t see. Scientists are always up and running to find out the mystery and decode them. A study carried out by Dara Orbach, a researcher...

Once upon a time our moon had an atmosphere made of Volcano smoke: Study...

That big bright rock that we look at every night from our window has always been perceived as a world of desolation and utter grandeur which is only bothered now and then with an...

Open oceans could be the new future of wind energy

The latest research published on Monday uncovers the vast potential of wind energy over oceans that could theoretically be used to power the entire human civilization that is only if we are willing to...

Once thought extinct, this stick bug is alive and kicking

Stick insects were widely prevalent almost hundred years ago about 400 miles away from the Eastern coast of Australia. These six-inch long insects acquired a large section of the territory and ruled the island....

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