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CERN Just Proposed A Master Plan to Develop An Atom Smasher That Would Uncover 95% Of The Missing Universe

Despite all our technological advancements, we have only been able to discover only 5 percent of the universe that we live in. But what happens to the uncovered remaining 95 percent? Well, we actually lack the technologies to discover the larger percentage of our universe. But things are about to change. A team of scientists […]

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Elon Musk’s Neuralink implant brain chip in first human, Here’s What this move meant for the future of humans outside Earth

After the successful Neuralink implant on animals, the world has been looking forward to when the startup with start implanting its brain chip on humans. On Sunday (Jan. 28), Elon Musk’s company Neuralink successfully carried out the first-ever brain chip implant in a first human patient. Must later say that the patient is recovering well

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American Space Company Just Purposely Exploded its Ballon-like Space Station During First Full-scale Burst Test

Sierra Space is an American aerospace company hoping to revolutionize the human experience in space soon. On Monday (Jan. 22), the company announced that it exploded its first full-scale space station module prototype during a burst test for future space missions to low Earth orbit in 2030. In an official email statement to Space.com, the company’s executive confirmed

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Artemis Moon Spacesuits Getting Ready for Testing Ahead of September 2026 Crewed Lunar Landing

As NASA plans to return humans to the lunar surface in September 2026, the agency is also working on advanced technologies to ensure that it succeeds in that mission. The American Space Agency has already contracted Axiom Space to make futuristic spacesuits for its Artemis space program. The U.S.-based company is currently making great progress

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NASA plans to send this massive solar-powered electric plane named MAGGIE Mission to Mars

In February 2021, NASA Ingenuity Helicopter landed on Mars aboard the Perseverance rover to fly around the Martian terrain. The Martian helicopter has successfully accomplished several milestones after operating for over 1000 Martian days or sols now. After recording this great success, NASA is now planning to send a massive solar-powered electric plane to Mars. This concept

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11-year-old Boy Has IQ Score Higher Than Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking

An 11-year-old British boy, Yusuf Shah recently achieved an IQ score higher than Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking. Shah participated in the Mensa test and scored 162 which is higher than the IQs of Einstein and Hawking which was about 160 according to a report published by the Yorkshire Evening Post. Shah studies in class six

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5G From Space: Lockheed Martin To Deploy Its First All-space 5G.MIL Assets In 2024

Lockheed Martin recently announced its plan to test its super innovative regenerative 5G satellites in orbit next year. The firm named this sophisticated technology 5G.MIL. Lockheed Martin self-funded the project to demonstrate 5G connectivity with the aid of space-based infrastructure. The primary goal of this program is to give military high-speed wireless communications of 5G

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Illusionist David Copperfield Announces His 30-Year Plans to Make The Moon Disappear In February 2024

On October 27, Illusionist David Copperfield announced his plans to make the moon disappear. How could this be possible, technologically? Well, Copperfield is known for making the Status of Liberty disappear and making other legendary illusions. When the world thought they had seen the best of Copperfield, the legendary illusionist recently appeared on the Today show to say;

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This Underwater Robot Is Helping Scientists To Gain Clarity of Antarctic Ice Melting

Antarctica, which is the coldest continent on our planet is losing its ice. Since this region is the world’s freezer, scientists are worried about the impact Antarctic ice melting will have on Earth. A team led by Cornell University researchers recently published a study suggesting the role of crevasses in the icy continent. Scientists discovered

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A Brief History of Telescopes Starting From Invention To Current Designs of Modern Telescopes

The history of telescopes began centuries ago. The first known record of a telescope was traced back to the Netherlands in 1608. Historians revealed that a patent was filed by Middelburg eyeglass manufacturer, Hans Lippershey to the Dutch Parliament on October 2, 1608, for his unique eyeglasses. Lippershey revealed that his glasses could possibly see

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