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How can Humans survive on Mars?

How can Humans survive on Mars?

Exploring the unknown: Does humanity have the ability to survive on Mars? Humans are in search of alternate places in the universe other than Earth to settle on. After years of research, one thing on which everyone agrees is that the only resort could be Mars. Efforts are being done to somehow transfer people there.…

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We are about to see a Black Hole for the First Time in History

We are about to see a Black Hole for the First Time in History

The highest resolution instrument in the history of astronomy is about to prove if black holes are real or not. Even though Albert Einstein’s theories showed potential black holes, neither the physician himself was sure of them. Until now, no one had a concrete proof that the theory of general relativity is real, but this…

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A Gigantic Space Rock Heading Straight To Earth Today

A Gigantic Space Rock Heading Straight To Earth Today

The ‘potentially hazardous’ asteroid Phaeton 3200 will zoom past Earth today. Phaeton 3200 is named “potentially hazardous” because it has the potential to pass dangerously close to Earth, at a distance of 4.65 million miles. It is the third largest near-Earth PHA (Potentially Hazardous Asteroid) and it’s named for its proximity to Earth. The asteroid…

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How Does Your Space Garden Grows?

How Does Your Space Garden Grows?

Astronauts from International Space Station show us how to grow a garden in space. Friday morning, astronauts onboard International Space Station have succeded to show us how plants grow in space, by harvesting three varieties of leafy greens and installing their next generation of plant research. Three different plant varietes are simultaneously growing in the…

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Scientists Believe Mars Have Been Colder Longer Than Originally Thought

Scientists Believe Mars Have Been Colder Longer Than Originally Thought

Mars May Have Been Colder Longer Than Originally Thought NASA’s Johnson Space Center lead author Paul Niles, discusses how suflate minerals on Mars, previously indicated a warm past climate, can now tell us more about planet’s extremely cold temperatures. “The scenario described in our paper represents a completely different weathering regime from anything preserved in…

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Scientists Have Found A Way To Feed The Whole Planet With Renewable Energy

Scientists Have Found A Way To Feed The Whole Planet With Renewable Energy

Renewable energy is about to win the fight against fossil fuels. A huge farm of wind turbines, built in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean could save the whole planet. In a study led by Anna Possner and Ken Caldeira, from the University of Standford Sciences in California, in the journal Proceedings of the…

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What Happens When You Play With A Fidget Spinner On International Space Station

What Happens When You Play With A Fidget Spinner On International Space Station

Astronaut Randy Bresnik shows us a very exciting experiment with his fidget spinner. Randy Bresnik, now NASA’s astronaut, wanted to show us what is happening if he rotates a spinner fidget during his stay on International Space Station. In the absence of gravity and friction, the toy spins endlessly, as a whole. The idea is…

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Goodbye Earth

Goodbye Earth

  The human planet, as you know it… shrouded with blue color, full of life, maybe the only place that sustain life in the universe… We are here and the future of our planet is in big danger. Maybe you didn’t know that. Because media doesn’t always want to share with you the truth in its…

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