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Researcher reconstructs skeletons of scary prehistoric "popelion"

Heraldo Mussolini / Stocktrek Pictures Australia is considered a place full of fauna that can kill you . Spiders, snakes, sharks, paddies. But the modern nightmares fade in comparison with the scary "popelion" that once stole the old Australia. Thylacoleo carnifex. The largest Australian kupivar carnivore ever existed 45,000 years ago, weighed as much as a little lion For the …

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SpaceX's Falcon Heavy is almost ready to fly again, new pictures show

S paceX's most powerful operating racket is almost ready for recurrence. The company has not said a word about the beastly Falcon Heavy ever since it broke President Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster in space with a crash test dummy in the driver's seat. However, recently published social media has shown that SpaceX goes up to get it back to heaven. …

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Kilauea's Recent Eruption Was Its Bigest In Two Centuries, Scientists Confirm

It's been over three months since fresh lava oozed out of Kilauea volcano, and the eruption that turned southeastern Hawaii into a fiery hellscape has receded from the headlines. Men for forskere med USA Geological Survey's Hawaii Volcano Observatory (HVO), the story is far from over. These researchers are just beginning to unpack the trove of geophysical, geochemical, and geological …

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ULA boss Tory Bruno competing with Blue Origin, SpaceX rocket launches

Enlarge Enlarge / Jeff Bezos (right), founder of Blue Origin and Amazon.com, and Tory Bruno, CEO of United Launch Alliance, show the BE-4 rocket engine during a press conference in 2014. Win McNamee / Getty Images I One of our interviews with Tory Bruno, the United Launch Alliance Chief Executive, spoke about the company's efforts to develop the Vulcan rocket, …

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Blinking works like a subtle social clue during conversation

Blinking is not just to keep your eyes clean! It seems like a subtle social leadership to control conversations – just like compassion People blink around 13,500 times a day and researchers wanted to find out why This level of flashing is more than necessary for to keep our eyeballs clean People use flashing as a subtle clue to make …

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Killer Droner is now going to deliver coral babies in the Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef Foundation / Gary Cranitch Queensland Museum Great Barrier Reef has a new robot federation. In September, RangerBot, developed by scientists at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) patrolled the Great Barrier Reef chased down a deadly starfish that causes coral chaos, in addition to mapping and monitoring of Reef's health. Now the mortal queen has been designed to …

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Geminid meteorregn and light comet make up for the supersky show

Over 100 meteors are recorded in this composite image taken under the top of Geminid Meteor Rain in 2014. NASA / MSFC / Danielle Moser December is a month when dedicated skywatchers have to sacrifice comfort to take some beauty. When the winter cold hits the northern hemisphere, it relies on reliable Geminid Meteor rain during the middle of the …

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In rural Brazil, termites built millions of smutters

American Roy Funch has lived and worked in northeastern Brazil for many years. Around his home are large heights of dirt in the form of a volcano. Funch often wondered what built them, how many were they and how long they had been there. But a chance meeting with Stephen Martin, an expert on social insects, led to some interesting …

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Rocket Lab launch screwed – Spaceflight Now

To see more articles like this, please support our space program coverage by becoming a Spaceflight Now Member . If anyone who likes our website helps to fund it, we can expand and improve our coverage further. Live coverage of the countdown and launch of a Rocket Lab Electron rocket from Launch Complex 1 on the Mahia Peninsula in New …

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America's most dangerous volcano broke out this year. Then destroyed and disturbed.

April 30th, the "Crater" on the Hawaii Kilauea volcano suddenly collapsed. It was the starting point for the volcanic eruption outbreak, which continued to produce 320,000 Olympic sized pools value for lava that transformed the landscape and finally destroyed 700 homes. Now the U.S. Geological Survey Hawaiian Volcano Observatory and other researchers have published the first detailed summary of this …

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