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Dream of being an Astronaut: NASA plans to hire new Astronauts

NASA plans to put first person on a red planet. The Mars mission on the roll and tonnes of innovation happening in the space organization. The discovery of water in the Mars surface was trending in the major portion of 2015 searches. NASA made an announcement on their official blog, “they begin accepting applications for the next class of astronaut candidates”. ...

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Astronomers shocked after detecting strong 5400mph wind on this exoplanet

Astronomers from the University of Warwick detected a strong wind around the exoplanet HD 188733b, which hit with a speed of 5400mph. Back in April 1996, the 4th category Cyclone ever recorded in weather station was Olivia (253mph/h). The giant monster wind called Olivia was identified by the Bureau of Meteorologist, Australia. In contrast, the wind speed was 20 times stronger ...

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Cassini discovers new ice cloud storm above Saturn’s Titan

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has recently released images of Saturn’s moon Titan captured by the Cassini spacecraft, which clearly shows a huge cloud of ice storm approximately 200 KMS above the surface of the satellite. In the past, Cassini Spacecraft had also snapped an image of a huge cloud of ICE approximately 186 KMS above one of Saturn’s ...

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Less snow precipitation in the winters owning to global warming

Global warming is something that has been on our back for quite some time now, but the results from the recent study clearly send out an urgent message to all individuals living around the northern hemisphere. The world has a shortage of water that is drinkable and literally all of it comes from the frozen glaciers all over the world. But ...

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Astronomers detected strong 5400mph wind on exoplanet HD 188733b

Astronomers from the University of Warwick detected a strong wind around the exoplanet HD 188733b, which hit with a speed of 5400mph. Back in April 1996, the 4th category Cyclone ever recorded in weather station was Olivia (253mph/h). The giant monster wind called Olivia was identified by the Bureau of Meteorologist, Australia. In contrast, the wind speed was 20 times stronger ...

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Duckbilled dinosaur or Superduck is herbivores that lived on earth 79 million years ago

The Montana State University professor is so happy to uncover a duckbilled species, which was found in the Judith river formation, Montana. In a recent research, it confirms that duckbilled dinosaurs were lived 79 million years ago. The paper published in the PLOS ONE stats, this giant creature brought an evolutionary change from the duckbilled ancestors. A few years ago, Freedman Fowler (Paleontologist) removed mud ...

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Space Archaeologist has won $1 million TED Prize for her work in the Middle East

An UAB professor, a space archaeologist, who use satellites to identify lost civilizations and its potential sub-surface remains has won the annual $1 million TED Prize for 2016. Sarah Parcak, founding director and an associate professor of the Laboratory for Global Observation of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, who also known as “modern day Indiana Jones,” has been awarded by the ...

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