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Deccan Chronicle
NASA's Curiosity snaps a cool selfie before the great Martian dust stormDeccan ChronicleA storm of tiny dust particles has engulfed much of Mars over the last two weeks and prompted NASA's Opportunity rover to suspend science operations. But across the planet, NASA's Curiosity rover, which has been studying Martian soil at Gale Crater, ...No word from Mars rover as dust storm worsensCBS NewsColossal dust storm on Mars is turning everything blood red, and it's incredibly freakyBGR“Blue dunes” witnessed on the Martian surfaceThe TeCakePopular Science -Newsweek -Outer Places -The Independentall 57 news articles »
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International Business Times, India Edition
A fly-over tour to Mars is the 'next best thing'? Take a lookInternational Business Times, India EditionIf you've been waiting to see how the Red Planet looks when you soar over it, take a look at the video. It will help you get that realistic view of the planet. By : Susmita Pathak Mishra. Jun 22, 2018 22:41 IST. Fly-over tour to mars. Close. Fly-over ...Amazing Video Simulates Flyby Of Mars Using Footage From MRO's HiRISE CameraThe InquisitrWatch: This animated video of Mars will give you the impression of flying over the red planetScroll.inall 6 news articles »
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The Hindu
US stepping up the earth's protection from asteroidsThe HinduThe U.S. government is stepping up efforts to protect the planet from incoming asteroids that could wipe out entire regions or even continents. The National Science and Technology Council recently released a report calling for improved asteroid ...NASA unveils program aimed at preventing an asteroid apocalypseThe Indian ExpressSpaceships and evacuation: How Nasa plans to protect Earth from killer asteroidsTimes of IndiaAsteroid WARNING: Danger space rocks will wipe out ENTIRE cities leaving millions deadDaily Starphysicsworld.com -8News -SlashGear -Hot Airall 82 news articles »
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Business Insider
This insane golden chamber contains water so pure it can dissolve metal, and is helping scientists detect dying starsBusiness InsiderThe Super-Kamiokande neutrino detector is a physics experiment the size of a 15-storey building, buried under a mountain in Japan. Neutrinos are sub-atomic particles that pass through us all the time, and studying them can tell us about supernovas and ...and more »
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Futurity: Research News
Dinosaurs couldn't stick out their tonguesFuturity: Research NewsDinosaurs often appear as fierce creatures, baring their teeth, with tongues wildly stretching from their mouths. But a new study reveals a major problem with this classic image: Dinosaurs couldn't stick out their tongues. Instead of having tongues ...Dinosaurs Couldn't Stick Out Theirs Tongues, New Study ShowsSci-News.comThe fearsome T-Rex definitely didn't kiss with tongues, scientists discoverMetroYet Another Study Says Jurassic Park Was Very Wrong About T. RexYahoo NewsTimes LIVE -BGR -10,000 Couples -ClickLancashireall 19 news articles »
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Firstpost
Pythagoras' theorem used to build Stonehenge 2000 years before philosopher's birthFirstpostNearly two miles north-east of Stonehenge, stood Woodhenge, which was also constructed using a 12:35:37 triangle. The Pythagoras' theorem was used to build ancient stone structures like the Stonehenge 2,000 years before the Greek philosopher was ...Stonehenge builders used Pythagoras' theorem much before his birthIndia TodayStonehenge Builders Used Pythagoras' Theorem 2000 Years Before He Was BornTech TimesStonehenge Builders Used Pythagoras' Theorem Centuries Before His Birth, Say ExpertsFortuneI4U News -The Inquisitr -The Siver Telegram -Infosurhoyall 56 news articles »
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SpaceCoastDaily.com
SPACE TECHNOLOGY: New NASA Mission Named Ecostress to Detect Plant Water Use from SpaceSpaceCoastDaily.com(NASA) – Doctors learn a lot about their patients' health by taking their temperature. An elevated temperature, or fever, can be a sign of illness. The same goes for plants, but their temperatures on a global scale are harder to measure than the ...NASA to monitor plants from spaceThe Hinduall 2 news articles »
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International Business Times, India Edition
Are we the only intelligent species in observable universe? Possibly, says new researchInternational Business Times, India EditionLaws of probability dictate that there must be an abundance of life in the universe. The conditions for life as humans recognise it are met in hundreds if not thousands of spots in the universe. There are millions of stars in each galaxy, and many of ...We Are Most Likely Alone in the UniverseReason (blog)The Alien Observatory --"The Mystery of Where Alien Life is Hiding Deepens"The Daily Galaxy (blog)all 4 news articles »
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Chicago Daily Herald
What does it mean to be a NASA astronaut in the age of Elon Musk and Richard Branson?Chicago Daily HeraldHOUSTON -- The journey to outer space for American astronauts for the past seven years has begun at a Soviet-era launch site in Kazakhstan, deep in Central Asia. There, they pay homage to Russian cosmonauts and graciously participate in the rituals of ...NASA Television to Air Launch of Next Space Station Resupply MissionPR Newswire (press release)New York, Washington, California Students to Call Space StationBenzingaall 12 news articles »
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