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Study Says Asteroid Responsible For Dinosaurs Extinction

Study Says Asteroid Responsible For Dinosaurs Extinction

About 66 million years ago, 75 percent of life on earth went extinct. Over the years, scientists have debated whether it was massive volcanic eruptions or an asteroid that played the biggest role in the extinction of the... 
NASA Loses Contact With ASTERIA Satellite

NASA Loses Contact With ASTERIA Satellite

Mission operators at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, has announced that they have lost contact with one of their spacecraft. Contact was lost with ASTERIA, short for Arcsecond Space Telescope Enabling... 
Venus May Host Active Volcanoes

Venus May Host Active Volcanoes

New research released by Universities Space Research Association (USRA) suggests that Venus could be volcanically active today. The finding would mark the first time humans observed an active volcano on another planet. The research... 
New Report Details Climate Change Effects On Arctic

New Report Details Climate Change Effects On Arctic

The newest annual Arctic Report Card, a peer-reviewed assessment produced by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, is painting a disturbing picture of the state of the region. The report focuses on the effects of... 
‘CRISPR Babies’ Experiment May Have Unintended Consequences

‘CRISPR Babies’ Experiment May Have Unintended Consequences

More than a year ago, the world was shocked by Chinese biophysicist He Jiankui’s highly controversial attempt to create HIV-immune babies using CRISPR technology. Now, an MIT Technology Review report says he may have created... 
Florida High School Becomes First To Use Synthetic Frogs

Florida High School Becomes First To Use Synthetic Frogs

J.W. Mitchell High School in New Port Richey, Florida has become the first school in the world to use man-made, synthetic frogs for science class dissections. About 100 of the reusable synthetic frogs were dissected by students... 
European Space Agency Gets Big Funding Boost

European Space Agency Gets Big Funding Boost

The European Space Agency announced that it has been granted more money than it expected from the 22 member states that fund it. During its meeting in Seville, Spain, representatives from all the countries that make up ESA agreed... 
Astronomers Annoyed With Elon Musk’s Starlink Satellites

Astronomers Annoyed With Elon Musk’s Starlink Satellites

SpaceX’s Starlink mini internet satellites are already disrupting astronomical research, to the annoyance of astronomers. Researchers at a Chilean observatory found their work interrupted for about five minutes when a Starlink satellite... 
Eagle’s Roaming Charges Nearly Bankrupt Study

Eagle’s Roaming Charges Nearly Bankrupt Study

A Russian research project involving migratory eagles was nearly bankrupted by massive roaming charges after the birds crossed over into Iran. As data bills for the tracking devices on the birds quickly ate up the study’s funds,... 
Ship To Be Frozen Into Arctic Ice For Climate Change Study

Ship To Be Frozen Into Arctic Ice For Climate Change Study

The scientists of the Multidisciplinary Drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate (MOSAiC) have selected the piece of ice they plan to freeze into for the next year. The MOSAiC design involves freezing the German icebreaker... 
Science Behind T. Rex Bite Revealed

Science Behind T. Rex Bite Revealed

Scientists agree that the Tyrannosaurus rex had the strongest bite of any land animal in Earth’s history. What has remained a mystery was how the dinosaur delivered such strong bites without damaging its own skull. Now, University... 
Research Shows Cats Bond With People

Research Shows Cats Bond With People

Despite their aloofness, a new study appears to show that cats are just as capable of relationships with people as dogs or infants. Previous studies had reached conflicting findings about whether cats form attachments to their... 
Missing Indian Probe Located On Surface Of The Moon

Missing Indian Probe Located On Surface Of The Moon

India has located its missing Vikram lander from its Chandrayaan-2 mission on the surface of the moon. Indian Space and Research Organisation (ISRO) spokesperson Vivek Singh said that a thermal image of the lander had been taken... 
Action Being Taken On Legal Marijuana For Research

Action Being Taken On Legal Marijuana For Research

The federal government has opened the door for medical and scientific researchers to have better access to legal marijuana for study purposes. The Drug Enforcement Administration has filed a notice in the Federal Register announcing... 
UK Study Parallels US Study, Suggesting Life Expectancy Better Among Rich Communities

UK Study Parallels US Study, Suggesting Life Expectancy Better Among Rich Communities

Everyone wants to have the best life expectancy—that is the number of years you can expect to live. Of course, the better your life expectancy is, the longer your life will probably be.  The good news is that you have a lot of control... 
First evidence of water found on Earth-sized exoplanets

First evidence of water found on Earth-sized exoplanets

Astronomers may have found first-ever evidence of water existing on a distant planet orbiting the ultracool TRAPPIST-1 dwarf star 40 light-years away. According to astronomers who used the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope to estimate... 
Producing methanol fuel out of thin air becomes possible

Producing methanol fuel out of thin air becomes possible

A study that could have major implications on the future of methanol as a fuel has found a cheap way of creating methanol out of thin air. Scientists at Cardiff University in the UK and colleagues have found a way to produce methanol... 
Early human footprints could put evolution theory to test

Early human footprints could put evolution theory to test

5.7 million year-old footprints discovered on Greece’s largest island Crete – possibly of early humans – could put the evolution theory to tests, scientists have said. If we look at the general belief surrounding... 
Elon Musk reveals SpaceX’s future space suits

Elon Musk reveals SpaceX’s future space suits

SpaceX chief Elon Musk has shown off the space company’s latest space suit. The space suit has been created inhouse by SpaceX. The image shows off the full-body shot next to a Crew Dragon capsule – a vehicle built for NASA... 
Solution to space junk problem comes in the form of ultra-thin craft

Solution to space junk problem comes in the form of ultra-thin craft

The space junk problem is worsening by the day with more and more space launches happening around the world and scientists are actively trying to find out a solution. One of the solutions to this problem could be the Brane Craft, being...