Venus Had Tectonic Plates Just Like Earth Around 4.5 billion years ago, Scientists Discover
Astronomers recently published a study in Nature Astronomy suggesting that Venus once had tectonic plates around 4.5 billion years ago. The new study reveals that Venus, which...
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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...
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Infrared Aurora on Uranus Confirmed For The First Time By Astronomers
Ever since astronomers began to observe the cosmos with modern sophisticated telescopes, they have never spotted infrared aurora on Uranus. However, scientists recently studied the...
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Russian Cosmonauts Encounter Toxic Coolant 'Blob' While Inspecting Leaking Radiator On ISS Spacewalk
On Wednesday, (Oct. 25), two Russian Cosmonauts conducted a spacewalk outside the International Space Station to get an up-close view of a coolant leakage that was first spotted flowing...
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Watch NASA's 8-rotor Titan Moon Drone Dragonfly Mission Undergoing Testing
After working on the 8-rotor Titan Moon Drone Dragonfly mission for an extended period, NASA’s engineers and scientists successfully built a powerful prototype drone that would soon...
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Farthest Ever Fast Radio Burst Traveled 8 billion Light years To Get To Earth
Astronomers just received short and rapid bursts of radio waves which traveled billions of light years from distant galaxies to arrive on Earth. The fast radio burst emitted in one...
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A Mud Lake on Mars Might be Hiding Signs of Life in Chaotic Terrain, New Study Suggests
After searching for signs of life on Mars for decades without getting any results, scientists are considering extending the search for biosignatures in a region they believe to have...
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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...
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A 12-Year-Old Boy Builds a homemade Telescope That Can Observe the Surface of The Moon, Using only Wires and a Few Cans of Soft Drink
Most modern telescopes are made with highly sophisticated materials such as steel, zinc alloys, and a lot more. However, Malick Ndiaye, a 12-year-old boy from Senegal, West Africa decided...
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