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Stonehenge builders based on Pythagoras theorem: experts

The Pythagoras’ theorem was used to build ancient stone structures like the Stonehenge 2,000 years before the Greek philosopher was born, a researcher has claimed. A new book, Megalith, ... Continue Reading →
The Atmosphere of Venus Is So Thick It Pushes On Mountains to Change How Fast the Planet Spins

The Atmosphere of Venus Is So Thick It Pushes On Mountains to Change How Fast the Planet Spins

Venus, often regarded as Earth’s twin, is a source of perpetual intrigue for planetary scientists. Although it may once have harbored water on its surface, Venus is now a hell planet ... Continue Reading →
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India’s top space agency discovers an EPIC planet 600-light years away

It’s six times bigger than the Earth and over 600 light years away, and it’s one of the most ‘epic’ discoveries made by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). Christened ... Continue Reading →
NOAA’s New Weather Satellite Delivers Amazing First Images Despite Defect

NOAA’s New Weather Satellite Delivers Amazing First Images Despite Defect

Until last year, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) was making do with some fairly ancient weather satellites. The 1990s era hardware wasn’t up to the ... Continue Reading →
Nasa spacecraft provides new evidence of water plumes on Europa

Nasa spacecraft provides new evidence of water plumes on Europa

Scientists re-examining data from an old Nasa spacecraft have found evidence that the liquid water reservoir under the surface of Jupiter’s moon Europa are venting plumes above ... Continue Reading →
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NASA astronaut afraid of heights shares space experience

When NASA astronaut Joseph Acaba went out for a spacewalk during a recent trip into space, he held on tight to the railing. That’s because Acaba is afraid of heights. That was ... Continue Reading →
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NASA sending robotic geologist to Mars to dig super deep

Six years after last landing on Mars, NASA is sending a robotic geologist to dig deeper than ever before to take the planet’s temperature. The Mars InSight spacecraft, set to ... Continue Reading →
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Rocket-control glitch delays launch of NASA’s planet-hunting satellite

An 11th- hour technical glitch prompted SpaceX to postpone its planned launch on Monday of a new NASA space telescope designed to detect worlds beyond our solar system. SpaceX halted ... Continue Reading →