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New Horizons spacecraft selects a new target beyond Pluto

NASA’s unmanned New Horizons spacecraft has reportedly discovered a mysterious and distant celestial object beyond Pluto named 1994 JR1 which orbits in the Kuiper Belt, more than 5 billion kilometers from the Sun. NASA has released an image of space rock captured by New Horizons in the distance. The mysterious second target is a planet codenamed 1994 JR1, which was originally ...

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Wisconsin becomes International Migratory Bird Day’s center point

International Migratory Bird Day, which is being celebrated each year on May 14, is an opportunity to take time out for bird watching, raise awareness on the importance of birds and protect the species and their habitats. The day, also reminds us their intrepid flights from one point of the world to another. To celebrate IMBD (International Migratory Bird Day), Wisconsin is ...

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Researchers discovered first to be known ‘Bizarre’ vegetarian marine species

Researchers have published a new discovery of a fossil evidence that reveal the existence of a weird looking marine reptile, which is also believed to be the first known vegetarian marine reptile. Named as Atopodentatus Unicus, this species lived approximately 242 million years ago in southern China. The two specimens of this marine animal fossils were discovered in China. The discovery has revealed more ...

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SpaceX Falcon 9 makes second landing on sea

SpaceX has had its second successful landing at Sea with a rocket. This is to a certain extent the proof pointing towards everything that Elon Musk had once dreamt for the company. The unmanned flight of Falcon 9 too care on a communications satellite and ensured that it is placed in the perfect location in perfect conditions in Space. Once ...

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Recently discovered fossil of ‘hammerhead species’ is first known vegan marine reptile

Researchers have published a new discovery of a fossil evidence that reveal the existence of a weird looking marine reptile, which is also believed to be the first known vegetarian marine reptile. Named as Atopodentatus Unicus, this species lived approximately 242 million years ago in southern China. The two specimens of this marine animal fossils were discovered in China. The discovery has revealed more ...

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Global Warming and Heat concerns rise: Report suggests

Global Warming and the increasing Heat is something that has been haunting the United Nations and various climate bodies all over the world. As it seems, one of the largest democracy has also had a say in this. According to the reports, the percentage of conservative republicans who believe the fact that Global Warming and Heat has taken on the ...

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Scientists may have mapped the innermost sections of the Human brain

The Scientists at the University of California Berkley have been able to map the human brain’s innermost regions. Many people believe that these are the sections of the human brain where ideas take birth. Possibly, this is also the section that can be stated as the most complex neural formation in the human body. There are innumerable numbers of cells ...

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New Horizons’ discovery of Pluto ‘Halo’ craters stuns astronomers

Apart from filling the gap in space environment observation, astronomers are stunned over the new discovery of a field of methane ice craters on Pluto’s surface by NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft. According to a report by Cosmos, NASA scientists are continuing to receive images and data from the New Horizons spacecraft, months after the probe departed the Plutonian system. The newest discovery is ...

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