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SpaceX ready to send cargo ship to ISS on sixth supply mission

Billionaire businessman Elon Musk-owned space agency SpaceX is all set to send its unmanned Dragon cargo ship to the International Space Station on Monday for its sixth official supply mission.


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Multiple studies solve Moon's origin puzzle

The Moon may have been formed as a result of a massive collision between Earth and an object whose composition was highly similar to Earth. This theory could prove effective in resolving the riddle why Earth and Moon...


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Obama presents climate change as health hazard

US President Barack Obama is set to ask the people of his country to consider climate change not just a threat to the environment, but also to their health.


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CERN's Large Hadron Collider restarts after two-year rebuild

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) of CERN restarted on Sunday after remaining shut for two years for rebuilt. The protons once again started circling the 27km tunnel of the machine. The scientists associated with CERN...


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3.7MLN year old 'Little Foot' is oldest human ancestor

Scientists have used advanced dating techniques to conclude that Little Foot, the human fossil unearthed in South Africa during the 1990s, is estimated to be 3.7 million years old.


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NASA to livestream 'spin-table test' of Mars Lander saucer

World's premier space agency NASA will livestream the "spin-table test" of its very own Mars Lander flying saucer technology.


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Tiny songbird can fly for miles without stopping for rest

A new study has found that the tiny songbird, which weighs just half an ounce, can fly non-stop for some 1,700 miles without stopping for food or rest.


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Ancient 4-eyed predator with toothy claws discovered

The discovery of the fossil of a Cambrian predator with a wicked set of arms under its four-eyed face has showed that ancient arthropods did not mind to experiments with their limbs.


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Food that could save starving, warming Earth developed

Food crisis is going to be one of the major problems of the future but a team of researchers at CIAT have succeeded in creating a bean that is capable of withstanding the expected...


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Air pollutants raise potency of airborne allergens

A new study has found that some air pollutants related to traffic can bring chemical changes in airborne allergens and make them more potent. The study found that the gases, nitrogen dioxide and ground-level ozone, may provoke chemical changes in certain airborne allergens.


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Imperfect Graphene boost efficiency of fuel cells

A new research has found that flaws in graphene increase the efficiency of fuel cells. The report printed in Journal Nature Communication said that researchers from Northw...


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Warm water eroding another glacier in East Antarctica, study finds

A new study has found that the climate change is eroding a gigantic glacier of East Antarctica, which could spell trouble for people living in Northern Hemisphere and the US...


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NASA to develop smart glasses for astronauts

World's premier space agency NASA is planning to develop smart glasses for astronauts to use in future missions. NASA has struck a deal with with Osterhout Design Group...


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Age Of Man 'Antrhopocene' began in 1610

Scientists have claimed that the epoch described as the "Age of man" or Anthropocene started in 1610. The scientists wrote in the journal Nature that human activity made such a...


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Florida Governor denies 'climate change' term ban

Florida Governor Rick Scott has rejected reports which claimed that his office had passed an order banning the use of specific climate change buzzwords which allegedly included..


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New York state unveils new plan on killing mute swans

Buckling under intense pressure from environmentalists, New York state has come up with a new plan for dealing with non-native mute swans. The new revised plan involves..


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