Deep Learning Finds a New Human Ancestor

Deep Learning Finds a New Human Ancestor

Researchers combined statistical methods with deep learning algorithms to find an unknown human ancestor. Investigators from the Institute of Evolutionary Biology (IBE), the Institute of Genomics at the University of Tartu, and the Center for Genomic Regulation (CRG) found the footprint of a new human ancestor. The computational analysis of the DNA revealed that the…

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Astronomers Identified a Star that made its Partner go Supernova

Astronomers Identified a Star that made its Partner go Supernova

SN 2015cp, a supernova at a distance of 545 million light-years, was triggered by a companion star which marked the death of its partner in the binary system.    Supernovae are quite common because all the stars of the universe eventually run out of fuel and die with a massive explosion. Having said that, there…

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Oceans are Warming Even Faster than Previous Estimates

Oceans are Warming Even Faster than Previous Estimates

Four different studies reveal that greenhouse gases are raising temperatures of oceans at a much rapid rate than previously believed. Ocean Heating is a critical marker of climate change because most of the excessive solar energy absorbed by the greenhouse gases is accumulated in oceans. In addition to that, ocean temperatures don’t experience year-to-year variations…

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TESS Discovers its 3rd New Planet

TESS Discovers its 3rd New Planet

The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) of NASA found a dense, gaseous world having an orbital period of 36 days around a bright dwarf star. TESS found a new exoplanet around a star which is about 53 light-years away from us. The name given to this new planet is HD 21749b and it orbits a…

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Double Star System Flipped its Planet-Forming Disc into Pole Position

Double Star System Flipped its Planet-Forming Disc into Pole Position

Astronomers have finally found a double star system that has flipped its surrounding disc beyond the orbital plane of its stars. According to the latest research published in the journal ‘Nature Astronomy’, an international team of astronomers used the Atacama Large Millimeter/Submillimeter Array (ALMA) to locate a double star system that has flipped its planet-forming…

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Scientists May Have Found a Time Capsule of the Big Bang

Scientists May Have Found a Time Capsule of the Big Bang

Astronomers have found the 3rd cloud of cosmic gas that has remained totally unaffected by the explosion of stars. Scientists have unveiled many secrets of our universe but its mysterious nature keeps on surprising us with even stranger phenomena. Some of the most bizarre celestial objects include Screaming Skull Nebulas, Cannibal Galaxies, and Hurricanes of…

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Scientists Detect Mysterious Radio Signals from Deep Space

Scientists Detect Mysterious Radio Signals from Deep Space

A telescope in Canada detects repeating bursts of Radio waves (emanating beyond our galaxy) for the first time since 2007. Astronomers identified mysterious repeating energy bursts from deep space in the summer of 2018. Researchers analyzed the collected data and published their report on the 9th January 2019. According to that, the source of these…

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Warning! Ice Sheets of Greenland are Releasing Tons of Methane into the Atmosphere

Warning! Ice Sheets of Greenland are Releasing Tons of Methane into the Atmosphere

An international team of researchers discovers that the Greenland Ice Sheet is doing some serious damage to the environment. Methane is the simplest alkane with four atoms of Hydrogen surrounding a central atom of Carbon. It is one of the important greenhouse gases and plays a significant role in causing ‘Global Warming’. According to an…

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White Dwarf Stars are Turning into Crystals

White Dwarf Stars are Turning into Crystals

Astronomers from the University of Warwick have found direct evidence suggesting that the white dwarf stars are solidifying into crystals. A white dwarf star in a dense stellar core remnant, which is mostly made up of electron-degenerate matter. All the luminosity of these stars come from the stored thermal energy as there is absolutely no…

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CubeSats with Laser will provide Steady Reference Light for Next-generation Telescopes

CubeSats with Laser will provide Steady Reference Light for Next-generation Telescopes

Laser guide stars can help segmented space telescopes to explore the distant exoplanetary systems. The idea of finding a habitat for humanity, other than the Earth, has grown rapidly in recent years. Astronomers have found thousands (about 4,000) of confirmed exoplanets in different parts of the universe. In addition to that, there is an abundance…

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Massive Stellar Flare on a Baby Star could Create the Building Blocks of Potentially Habitable Exoplanets

Massive Stellar Flare on a Baby Star could Create the Building Blocks of Potentially Habitable Exoplanets

Scientists recorded a big flare in a small package on an M-type star. Astronomers have witnessed a huge stellar flare on a baby star. They say that this flare is about 10,000 times bigger than the largest solar flare recorded in history. Some say that the flare is so powerful that it may create new…

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Strange Fluid with Negative Mass could Dominate the Universe

Strange Fluid with Negative Mass could Dominate the Universe

A unified dark fluid of negative masses could be spread everywhere in the universe. According to an estimate of scientists, there are billion trillion stars in the universe. Despite that, all the matter that we can see accounts for only 5% of the universe. An invisible form of matter named as ‘Dark Matter’ (alongside Dark…

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The Coolest Place in the Universe

The Coolest Place in the Universe

The Cold Atom Lab of NASA can reach up to -459o F. The Cold Atom Laboratory (CAL) is a fundament Physics user facility that is operational on the International Space Station (ISS). This instrument is used to produce clouds of ultra-cooled atoms called Bose-Einstein Condensates (BEC). Their temperature can drop as much as only a…

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Humans are Reversing the Climate Clock by 50 Million Years

Humans are Reversing the Climate Clock by 50 Million Years

The climate of Earth is changing rapidly and we need to react instantly to save our home. Climate Change is arguably the biggest challenge encountered by humanity and we need to mold our ways instantly to ensure the safety of our future generations. According to a recent study, humans may reverse a long-term cooling trend…

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All you need to know about ADHD

All you need to know about ADHD

The effects of Attention-deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can certainly be controlled. If you are unable to pay attention to a given task, interrupt others regularly, or feels to move around when you shouldn’t, you might be suffering from the ADHD. It makes it difficult for a person to control impulsive behaviors and pay attention. In addition…

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Who Owns the Biggest and Most Powerful Nuclear Weapons at the Moment and Why?

Who Owns the Biggest and Most Powerful Nuclear Weapons at the Moment and Why?

Nuclear Weapons are becoming more and more advanced with the passage of time and the Cold War has played a massive role in that. Only eight sovereign states, in history, have successfully tested nuclear weapons. However, only five of these states are considered to be nuclear-weapon states. These five states, by order of acquisition, are…

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Updates on Parker Solar Probe Mission

Updates on Parker Solar Probe Mission

Parker Solar Probe might help us to know more about the Sun, sooner than expected. The Parker Solar Probe project was announced in 2009 and totaled to $1.5 billion. Named after Eugene Parker, a physicist at the University of Chicago, the spacecraft was the first ever by NASA to be named after a living human…

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Europe is Going to Test in 2019 the New Service of Delivery with Drones

Europe is Going to Test in 2019 the New Service of Delivery with Drones

Finnish people will have the facility to use drones of Wing to transport their light-weight packages in near future. Alphabet’s Wing drones may reach Europe any time in 2019. The idea behind these drones is to deliver light goods straight to the customer within minutes of being ordered. The Wing will be able to transport…

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Detective Mission will help Researchers to Trace the History of a New African Meteorite

Detective Mission will help Researchers to Trace the History of a New African Meteorite

Benenitra received debris from an ancient meteorite, which is now named after the town. On 27 July 2018, debris from a meteorite landed in and around the small remote town of Benenitra in southwestern Madagascar, shortly before a lunar eclipse. This prompted researchers from Wits and colleagues from the University of Antananarivo in Madagascar to…

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What is Illuminati and Why they Think they Rule the World?

What is Illuminati and Why they Think they Rule the World?

Whether the Illuminati is real or not, we don’t know but one thing is for certain that humans fear whatever that is unknown to them and fear is a tool that can control anyone. The word ‘Illuminati’ means ‘enlightened’. This name is associated with several real and fictitious groups. The original society was Bavarian Illuminati,…

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Top 7 Wonders of our Solar System

Top 7 Wonders of our Solar System

From the rings of Saturn to the tallest mountain on Vesta, our solar system is full of fascinating phenomena. The vastness of our solar system has a lot of celestial wonders to offer. The advancement of technology has enabled humanity to explore more and more of these beauties. Some of the most amazing and astonishing…

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700,000 Artifacts were found in Dutch Canal Excavation

700,000 Artifacts were found in Dutch Canal Excavation

A huge collection of remains were found in Amsterdam. Archeological Extractions have always helped humanity to find historical information about our past. The canals of Amsterdam were excavated, earlier this year, with the intentions of building a new metro line through the city. This archeological dig was one-of-its-kind as researchers found nearly 700,000 artifacts during…

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