Suns like ours may have lots of habitable planets
Suns like ours may have lots of habitable planets

We're finding (potentially) habitable exoplanets more and more frequently, to the point where spotting another one is just not news u...

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Aerosol particles dry out South Asian monsoons
Aerosol particles dry out South Asian monsoons

(Reuters) - Summer monsoons that provide up to 80 percent of the water South Asia needs have gotten drier in the past half century, possi...

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Messenger probe reveals Mercury surprises
Messenger probe reveals Mercury surprises

Mercury's a bit weird, say NASA scientists, with a different surface composition and magnetic field to other planets. Data from the...

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Asteroids less threat to Earth than thought
Asteroids less threat to Earth than thought

Good news: we're not likely to get wiped out in the same way as the dinosaurs, at least not any time soon. NASA says it's managed...

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Johns Hopkins:Magic mushrooms alter your personality
Johns Hopkins:Magic mushrooms alter your personality

Duuude! Did you know that all those magic mushrooms you took way back when may have permanently altered your personality? Seriously, ma...

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China successfully launches "Heavenly Palace" space craft
China successfully launches "Heavenly Palace" space craft

(Reuters) - China successfully launched an experimental craft on Thursday paving the way for its first space station amid a blaze of nat...

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Cosmic 'umbilical cord' discovered
Cosmic 'umbilical cord' discovered

Australian astronomers say they've found proof of a vast filament of material that connects our Milky Way galaxy to nearby clusters o...

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Light from galaxy clusters confirms theory of relativity
Light from galaxy clusters confirms theory of relativity

Researchers have analyzed measurements of the light from galaxies in approximately 8,000 galaxy clusters. Galaxy clusters are accumulatio...

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Boeing wants to fight fires with giant airdropped water balloons
Boeing wants to fight fires with giant airdropped water balloons

It's unfortunate that forest fires almost never happen on islands in the middle of lakes. If they did, we wouldn't have this prob...

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Listeria outbreak kills 13, infects 72: CDC
Listeria outbreak kills 13, infects 72: CDC

(Reuters) - A listeria outbreak linked to cantaloupes from Colorado has infected 72 people in the United States and killed 13, U.S. healt...

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6 strange sightings from the CIA's declassified UFO files
6 strange sightings from the CIA's declassified UFO files

Previously on CTV, we examined once-secret FBI documents from the Bureau's investigations into freaky, unexplained phenomena. These g...

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Tevatron closes Friday, big American science dies a little inside
Tevatron closes Friday, big American science dies a little inside

Remember back when we were willing to spend virtually unlimited amounts of money in the name of discovery? The Tevatron particle accelera...

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Typhoon Nesat affects tens of thousands in Philippines
Typhoon Nesat affects tens of thousands in Philippines

(CNN) -- On the heels of a typhoon that left at least 19 people dead in the Philippines, another tropical storm brewing in the Pacific is ...

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Donald Olson:Sky confirms "shining moon" behind Frankenstein
Donald Olson:Sky confirms "shining moon" behind Frankenstein

SAN ANTONIO (Reuters) - A Texas astronomer has used science to confirm one of the most famous tales in western literature, the "brig...

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Researchers uncover secrets of 'miracle fruit'
Researchers uncover secrets of 'miracle fruit'

Miracle fruit, the berry of the  Synsepalum dulcificum  plant, grows naturally in West Africa and the locals there have long known of it...

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Germany's ROSAT Satellite to crash down in October from Earth orbit will be dangerous
Germany's ROSAT Satellite to crash down in October from Earth orbit will be dangerous

 While the UARS is over and done with, another satellite is going to make the attempt to survive (and it will fail) the Earth's atmos...

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More activity likely as solar storm continues
More activity likely as solar storm continues

The Earth is enveloped in a strong-to-severe magnetic storm, following a large solar eruption yesterday morning. At 8:15am EDT yesterda...

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Alex Collier:Extraterrestrial War on Earth during the 1930’s subverted democracy and Global Economy
Alex Collier:Extraterrestrial War on Earth during the 1930’s subverted democracy and Global Economy

Mr. Collier suggests in “Defending Sacred Ground” that scientists had opened up a “portal” or time-space breach in the 1930’s. After i...

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Ecstacy 100% Proven To Kill Cancer Cells
Ecstacy 100% Proven To Kill Cancer Cells

Now you can add another to your checklist of reasons to go to Club Space this weekend: a modified super-version of the club drug ecstasy...

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Team images electrical circuit linking Saturn and Enceladus
Team images electrical circuit linking Saturn and Enceladus

NASA scientists have revealed the 'footprint' of an electrical circuit linking Saturn and its moon Enceladus. The glowing patch...

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2000-year-old Dead Sea Scrolls go online
2000-year-old Dead Sea Scrolls go online

For decades after they were discovered in a cave, the Dead Sea Scrolls were allowed to be examined closely only by fewer than a couple doz...

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October's Draconid Meteor Shower Will Impress, If You Can See It
October's Draconid Meteor Shower Will Impress, If You Can See It

The upcoming Draconid meteor shower in October will be impressive, but few people on the ground will get a chance to appreciate its true ...

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