The biggest avalanches in the solar system happen on Saturn’s moon Iapetus
The biggest avalanches in the solar system happen on Saturn’s moon Iapetus

Iapetus, already one of the strangest moons in our solar system, just got a little weirder. Images from the Cassini space mission reveal...

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NASA rover closing in on Mars to hunt for life clues
NASA rover closing in on Mars to hunt for life clues

CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) - NASA's Mars rover was on its final approach to the red planet on Sunday, heading toward a mountain ...

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Massive Grand Canyon Found Beneath Antarctica
Massive Grand Canyon Found Beneath Antarctica

If you thought there was only one grand canyon on the planet, guess again. Turns out there’s another canyon, similar in magnificence to th...

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July 2012 Crop Circle Photos From the UK
July 2012 Crop Circle Photos From the UK

July has been a bumper month for crop circles with at least 10 formations recorded so far in England. Three different mystical designs m...

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Delta Aquarid Meteor Shower Peaks This Weekend
Delta Aquarid Meteor Shower Peaks This Weekend

The annual Delta Aquarid meteor shower peaks this weekend, but skywatchers shouldn't get their hopes up for a dazzling show, experts s...

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New-found solar system looks like our own
New-found solar system looks like our own

Astronomers have discovered the first exoplanetary system to look like our own solar system, with regularly-aligned planets. Kepler 30...

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Great Britain declassifies its UFO files
Great Britain declassifies its UFO files

Last week, Great Britain became the envy of many UFO researchers in the United States. Why? Because the British government released about...

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Asteroid 2002 AM31 to pass the Earth.23 july sunday night; watch time lapse video
Asteroid 2002 AM31 to pass the Earth.23 july sunday night; watch time lapse video

Sunday night, a large asteroid will pass closely by the Earth; telescopes strategically placed in Arizona and in the Canary Islands  wil...

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Go online to watch The asteroid 2002 AM31 zoom past our planet
Go online to watch The asteroid 2002 AM31 zoom past our planet

A city-block size asteroid will fly by Earth this weekend, well beyond the orbit of the moon, and you can watch it zip safely by live in an...

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Fraser River Sturgeon May Be Biggest Fish Caught In North America
Fraser River Sturgeon May Be Biggest Fish Caught In North America

VANCOUVER - Three years ago, British couple Michael and Margaret Snell travelled to the Vancouver area for a fishing trip and thought they ...

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Why Does that Martian Crater have a Hole?
Why Does that Martian Crater have a Hole?

Discovery News.Aug. 30, 2011 -- On the slopes of the vast Martian shield volcano Pavonis Mons, a rather odd-looking crater resides. Origina...

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RECORD Silver TREASURE HAULED FROM SHIPWRECK S.S. Gairsoppa
RECORD Silver TREASURE HAULED FROM SHIPWRECK S.S. Gairsoppa

Deep-sea explorers have pulled up 48 tons of silver treasure from three miles below the surface of the North Atlantic in what may be the de...

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Record-Breaking Laser Hits 500 Trillion Watts
Record-Breaking Laser Hits 500 Trillion Watts

Laser physicists at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have broken the record for the highest-power laser shot with a collection of...

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Yahoo reveals that around half a million email accounts are hacked.
Yahoo reveals that around half a million email accounts are hacked.

"I've been hacked!" SAVANNAH, GA- A gigantic mess for Yahoo reveals that around half a million email accounts are hacked. Th...

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Scientists Discover an Itty-Bitty Moon Orbiting Pluto
Scientists Discover an Itty-Bitty Moon Orbiting Pluto

Astronomers looking at data from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have pinpointed a moon just six to 15 miles in diameter circling the dwa...

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Ex-CIA Agent Chase Brandon:Roswell UFO Was Not Of This Earth And There Were ET Cadavers
Ex-CIA Agent Chase Brandon:Roswell UFO Was Not Of This Earth And There Were ET Cadavers

Happy anniversary, Roswell, N.M. It was 65 years ago today that the Roswell Daily Record blasted an infamous headline claiming local milita...

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First photo of atom's shadow at Griffith University
First photo of atom's shadow at Griffith University

Scientists have taken the first ever snapshot of an atom's shadow—the smallest ever photographed using visible light. The imaging techn...

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Chile: Retired General Ricardo Bermudez Declares "UFOs Exist
Chile: Retired General Ricardo Bermudez Declares "UFOs Exist

General Ricardo Bermudez (Ret.), Director of the Committee for the Study of Anomalous Aerial Phenomena (CEFAA, in Spanish) explained yester...

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Hoard of gold coins found at Israel Crusades site
Hoard of gold coins found at Israel Crusades site

Israel (Reuters) - A 1,000-year-old hoard of gold coins has been unearthed at a famous Crusader battleground where Christian and Muslim for...

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Northern Lights Oddity: Strange Sounds of Auroras Explained
Northern Lights Oddity: Strange Sounds of Auroras Explained

The northern lights of Earth are more than just dazzling light shows — they also generate their own strange applause too, a new study revea...

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Arsenic-Life discovery debunked
Arsenic-Life discovery debunked

It was hailed in 2010 as the most "alien" life-form yet: bacteria that reportedly, and unprecedentedly, had rewritten the recipe ...

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New type of back hole found
New type of back hole found

There's a strange new brute on the celestial block—the middleweight black hole, a new study says. After nearly three years of spying a ...

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3,000-year-old "Frankenstein" mummies found in Scotland
3,000-year-old "Frankenstein" mummies found in Scotland

Researchers thought that they found two mummified corpses. But it turns out that they actually found six corpses--or maybe just parts of co...

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Asteroid between Mars, Jupiter named for US gay rights pioneer Frank Kameny
Asteroid between Mars, Jupiter named for US gay rights pioneer Frank Kameny

WASHINGTON — A Canadian amateur astronomer has named an asteroid he discovered after U.S. gay rights pioneer Frank Kameny, who died last ye...

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Hubble Sees Red Giant Blow a Bubble Camelopardalis
Hubble Sees Red Giant Blow a Bubble Camelopardalis

Camelopardalis, or U Cam for short, is a star nearing the end of its life. As stars run low on fuel, they become unstable. Every few tho...

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Confirmed Cook County hyperthermia  deaths rise to 18
Confirmed Cook County hyperthermia deaths rise to 18

Lucille Griffith, 100, of the 7300 block of South Peoria, Street, died from heart disease, with heat stress as a secondary cause.  Griff...

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Cosmology of the Bible: Where Is God?
Cosmology of the Bible: Where Is God?

I once heard J. S. Spong tell of co-lecturing with Carl Sagan at a conference in the northeast a few years ago. Carl ran up to Spong, a ...

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The Next Katrina Could Be a Deadly Solar Storm
The Next Katrina Could Be a Deadly Solar Storm

If you live in the lower 48, you may never have seen the Northern Lights. This spectacular display is generated when high energy particle...

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Adolf Hitler protected his Jewish WWI commander Ernst Hess from Nazis
Adolf Hitler protected his Jewish WWI commander Ernst Hess from Nazis

Adolf Hitler temporarily protected the Jewish commander of his World War I unit from Nazi persecution, according to a Berlin newspaper. Ern...

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