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New telescope will scan the skies for asteroids on a collision course with the earth

This article was originally published on The Conversation. The publication contributed the article to Space.com's expert: Op-Ed & Insights. Around the sunrise on February 15, 2013, an extremely light and worldly object was observed that stretched through the clouds over Russia before exploding about 97,000 feet above the surface of the earth. The resulting explosion damaged thousands of buildings and …

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The exoplanet has a stable shaft just like the ground

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Chasing dinosaurs in Myanmar conflict-ridden north

"Amber Hunters" in search of a Jurassic Park-style discovery of dinosaurs continues to be sifted by piles of the valuable resin in Myanmar – a lucrative trade that fascinates palaeontologists but also burns decades of conflict in the north. The morning-bearing market on the outskirts of Myitkyina, the capital of the Kachin state, interferes with traders using torches and magnifying …

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Chasing dinosaurs in Myanmar conflict-ridden north

Myitkyina (Myanmar) (AFP) – "Amber Hunters" in search of a Jurassic Park-style discovery of dinosaurs remains through piles of the valuable resin in Myanmar – a lucrative trade that fascinates palaeontologists but also fuels for decades long conflict in north. The morning market on the outskirts of Myitkyina, the capital of the Kachin state, interferes with traders using torches and …

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NASA Reschedules James Web Space Telescope launches until 2021

NASA announced that the launch of James Webb space telescope will happen in March 2021. What influenced the space agency's decision to push the observer's launch for the second time this year? (19459013) NASA's James Webb Space Telescope | Flickr ) The much anticipated James Webb Space Telescope is due to launch in October this year, but NASA announced in …

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Astronaut mice will help researchers study biology

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Ex-NASA Scientist says UFOs are real and the government covers Alien Life

Physics professor and ex-NASA researcher Kevin Knuth claims that there are real UFO sightings that fall within the government. He wants researchers to study aliens. Pixabay ) Although there are no concrete scientific evidence of foreigners, a professor believes the truth is out and scientists should study it. Why should we study scientific UFO? On June 28, a former NASA …

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