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NASA’S new horizons mission to Pluto has left the entire world surprised

Researchers believe that NASA’s New Horizons Mission to Pluto will be leaving a rich legacy. According to them, this mission might play a huge...

Verizon customers can kill Supercookies, following AT&T’s path

Verizon customers and privacy advocates have been fighting for the company to stop using ‘supercookies’ which track users online behavior while using cellular data...
Stellar Eclipse

Video: Watch Longest-Lasting Stellar Eclipse Ever Observed

Total Solar Eclipses as you all know don’t last more than a few minutes. However, eclipses of stars in the galaxy, named stellar eclipses...

Scientists to BOOM BOOM Celestial Debris using Lasers just like Star Wars

Satellites and other spacecrafts have faced a lot of problems due to orbital debris in the recent past. As a result, scientists, for quite...
Interstellar

Interstellar Stardust Caught By Cassini

Cassini has been roaming around the orbit of Saturn for the past twelve years, and during this course of time, the spacecraft has sent...

European Space Agency rocket debris washed off at LA shore

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - With the sun shining bright and people enjoying their Sunday, few large pieces of a rocket were found near 2033 N....

12,000 years old human settlement discovered in Peruvian Andes

The oldest evidence that has ever been found, determining that humans lived at extremely high altitudes nearly 12,000 years ago was discovered by archeologists...

Kraft Singles cheese recalled due to spoiled ingredient

Kraft, the company responsible for the American cheese singles that so many love, has recalled 7,691 cases due to cheese ingredient contamination. According to the...

Scientists UAV shows killer whale health and reproduction details around North Seattle

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has released several photos of a killer whale nursing her young in the San Juan Islands north...

Darwin’s Finches beak variation due to ALX1 gene, study reveals

Darwin’s finches have been one of the most-researched birds in the entire world, and once again, a group of scientists in Sweden, as well...

Pink dolphin surfaces again in the waters of Louisiana (+video)

The rare, but famous bottlenose dolphin of Louisiana marked by a unique bubblegum-pink hue has surfaced again, and the news has taken the social...

Scientists Recreate a Part of Rat Brain Digitally

A team of scientists from the Blue Brain Project has come up with some really optimistic results toward stimulating human brains. The said team...

Is this goodbye? Scientists bid farewell to Philae lander

More than a year ago, the Philae lander made history as the first man-made object to land on a moving comet. Now, though, scientists...

100 year drought killed most advanced civilization, Belize’s Blue Hole reveals

The Blue Hole in Belize could begin to explain why the Mayan civilization disappeared. This time laying to rest some of the otherwise wild...

CERN’s LHC spots particle decays predicted by the standard model of physics

The research team appointed for analyzing data accumulated during the proton beam collisions taking place at CERN’s LHC (Large Hadron Collider) during the years...

40% increase in Honeybee deaths reveals unknown flaw in our agro-ecosystems

Last year, we heard that the bee colony losses had become slower. The decrease was not a significant one, but this slowing down was...

New dinosaur species of upright carnivore termed ‘Gualicho’

Scientists have uncovered a totally new species of dinosaur in northwestern Argentina. The find will help researchers understand why the arms of some species of...

MIT introduces bipedal tele-controlled Hermes for DARPA robotic challenge

Researchers at the MIT Department of Mechanical Engineering have come up with a new robot for the annual DARPA's robotic competition. Termed as Hermes,...

Quality of sleep and depression connected in study

As it turns out, the quality of sleep a person gets at night plays a more vital role than just keeping them awake throughout...

150,000 Antarctica penguins die after massive iceberg traps them

150,000 penguins died when a massive iceberg grounded close to their colony in Antarctica and forcing the penguins to walk around the iceberg, a...

Archeologists discovered 5,000-year-old footprints and Fish Fence

It’s hard to imagine a footprint, or two, surviving one generation or a hundred years. But, in the case of a pair of Stone...

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