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warm Neptune

Warm Neptune forms watery structures, indicating exoplanet formation

The distant planet warm Neptune is observed to form a distant exoplanet which is situated 437 light years away from the planet and is capable of shredding lights to the stars in different ways. Often...
dead body

A blood shredded dead body of a living species found in Indonesia

Recently, a massive shaped dead body of nobody knows what washed the shores of Indonesia's Island of Seram. This water body has always been a mysterious one. The unusual disappearance of Barunda triangle, the...
Baby Louie

The infant Dinosaur Baby Louie finally bags a name for itself

Remember 1996 when the National Geographic channel made the little dinosaur infant, Baby Louie a 66 million years old child star of the world? Yes, we all do and today we will tell how...
Falcon Heavy Rocket

SpaceX’s Falcon heavy rocket gets a brand new satellite

Recently, SpaceX bagged the rocket science of the country with a development of a new milestone with technology which is in the next generation. The powerful Falcon Heavy Rocket is scheduled to take off...
ankylosaur

New dinosaur fossils called ankylosaur found in Montana, Canada

  During a fossil excavation session in Montana, Canada, the scientist suddenly came across new fossils of Ankylosaur while excavation the caves in search for new fossils. Initially, the scientists came across the ankylosaur tail...
Hawking

Stephen Hawking’s shocking prediction on Earth’s lifeline

Over the years a lot has been said and heard about the history of the evolution fo Earth, how it started affording an environment for human life, how civilisations started and modernisation happened and...
Homo Naledi

Ancient skeleton of human’s cousin got unveiled

A strange new skeleton of a new kind of species called homo Naledi was found unveiled on the grounds of South Africa. Almost two years ago the excavation was started which finally brought some...

NASA’s Mars Curiosity Rover studies Mars’ dark liner dunes

NASA's Mars curiosity Rover was studying the dark liner sand dunes on Mars surface for over 16 weeks. Finally, with some evidence in hand, the curiosity Rover have sent some extraordinary photos of these...
stealthing

Stealthing or sexual assault? What shall you call it?

Over the decades, many have debated about calling this crime a stealthing or sexual assault. Sexual assault is more like a rape case where the woman is forced to play sexually with the rapist....

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