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Evolution becomes a reassessment after researchers have looked at the first animals of the earth

An Ediacaran fossil from the National Earth Science Museum, Namibia. Credit: J. Hoyal Cuthill When do the animals originate? In research published in the journal Palaeontology, we show that this question is answered by the Cambrian period fossils of a frond-like sea soup called Stromatoveris psygmoglena. Ediacaran period lasted from 635 to 542m years ago. This epoch is the key …

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Researcher: Nibiru "sucks" lava from the ground

The message at the end of the world is coded in the activity of Venus and Jupiter, says cosmopolitan scientists. Researchers say planet X is "spewing" volcanics of solar system planets and "absorbs" lava from the bowel of the earth. Experts from NASA noticed that the theory of apocalypse comes from an unknown solar system Nibiru every day more and …

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How to watch Perseid meteor shower in 2018

When the evening falls Sunday, expect to see a meteor or a "shooting star" that extends over the sky every few minutes. Meteor shower will peak overnight until Monday, with 70 meteors visible every hour, according to the Royal Astronomical Society. Hopefully clear sky will give you the best possible view. And if your view is hidden by weather or …

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NASA invests in the concept of a lively future commercial space economy

In an ongoing effort to promote commercial activity in space, NASA has chosen 13 companies to study the future of commercial human spacecraft in terrain, including long-range opportunities for the international space station. The studies will assess the potential growth of a low-lane soil and how to best stimulate private demand for commercial human spacecraft. The portfolio of selected studies …

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Omega Centauri, Milk's largest global star cluster, unlikely to protect life

Astronomers have ruled out a large piece of stars from the list of Milky Way candidates who could possibly host the world of livelihoods in their vicinity. The official officially named Omega Centauri, is a tightly packed global cluster with an estimated 10 million stars. There are about 16,000 light years away from the earth in the constellation Centaurus and …

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Small galaxy pairs get the fuel star born in their larger neighbors, find a new study

Astronomers discovered that pairs of small colliding galaxies can feed their larger neighbors with gas, which nourishes star formation in other galaxies. Astronomers have discovered that small galactic fusions can play an important role in driving larger galaxies with gas, giving them valuable materials that enter the stars. The findings belong to a team of researchers from several US universities, …

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Couples of small-colliding galaxies can seed future stars

In a new study, astronomers show how gas expelled at the merging of two small galaxies can lean over long distances for billions of years, possibly giving gas to more massive galaxies for to create new stars. The Big Magellanic Cloud and the Small Magellanic Cloud above are a pair of dwarggalaxes that were about to merge when they fell …

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