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NASA pulls out African-American astronaut from June ISS mission, brother blames racism behind the...

NASA astronaut Jeanette Epps, who was initially scheduled to go on a mission to the International Space Station (ISS), has been unexpectedly ruled out of the space mission. Epps was previously finalized to go...

SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy engine test delayed due to U.S. government shutdown

SpaceX has to wait a lit bit longer to test fire its Falcon Heavy rocket ahead of its maiden launch. The latest U.S. government shutdown has affected the space operations and missions of both...

Meteorites brought water on Earth just after the birth of Solar System

Water being one of the most important components of life on Earth has undergone intense study for decades. The latest study in the origin of life with water has revealed that water did not...

Pentagon might be overrun with ancient bugs: should we panic?

The Pentagon might be bugged, suggests a new study conducted in Australia that confirms that our Pentagon houses mineralized microbes that date about 340 million years prior today. However, Pentagon isn’t the only building...

Arctic analysis could provide insights into possibility of life on Red Planet

A manned mission to the Red Planet hasn’t been initiated by the scientists; however, scientists have been testing out numerous possible strategies to mimic same environment and structure on the blue planet itself. The...

Same mother but different fathers gave birth to Egyptian mummy brothers, reveals study

In the year 1907, Erfai, an excavator discovered an Egyptian tomb that was untouched. This unusual site contained two tombs of men from high-society named Nakht-Ankh and Khnum-Nakht with adjacent coffins. These coffins were...

Fragment of Michigan meteor priced at whopping $20,000 by Auction House

After a meteorite lit up the Michigan sky, Darryl Pitt, a private collector with the largest collection of meteorites, offered a sum of $20,000 to anyone who brings him the fragments of the same....

Epilepsy might be linked to structural differences in brain

Epilepsy might be involved in rather widespread structural differences in our brain in comparison with the previous estimations. A recent study led by the researchers at UCL along with Keck School of Medicine of...

Measles outbreak causing havoc in Indonesia with 100 feared dead

A recent outbreak in the Papua province of Indonesia has been causing havoc for the residents with more than 100 speculated to be killed due to the same. As stated by the official spokesperson...

Healthier lifestyle for cancer patients with gardening

Cancer is one of the diseases with fewer chances of a possible cure for most of the cancer-varieties. It has been estimated that about 15 million people all over the U.S. are cancer survivors....

NASA starts testing Uranium-powered nuclear reactor to sustain future colony on Mars

NASA has been busy testing the world’s most compact yet powerful nuclear-based system that holds the key to potential future human-based missions to Mars, the moon as well as the deeper parts of space....

Trilogy of divine celestial events to end with “Super Blue Blood Moon” on Jan...

A good news for the ones who couldn’t see the full moon that occurred on January 1st. The rare, specifically 150 years rare, a celestial event is waiting for you on 31st of January....

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