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NASA Unveils Star Wars' Fictional Planets; Movie Way Ahead Of Science?

By Rain Cervantes - Dec 22, 2016 09:31 PM EST

NASA discovered around exoplanets similar to the prominent planets of Star Wars.

Processed And Cured Meats Worsens Asthma, Is The Study True?

By R. A. Jayme - Dec 22, 2016 09:09 PM EST

Processed and cured meat could worsen Asthma symptoms, researchers said in a recent study.

Deep Sea Creature "Ghost Shark" Caught On Video for the First Time in California

By Mara T - Dec 22, 2016 08:15 PM EST

A mysterious ghost shark has been spotted in the waters of the northern hemisphere and its all caught on video.

“Artificial Leaf’ Developed By Dutch Scientists Recreates Photosynthesis And Helps Make Medicine; Can Avert Food Shortage In The Future?

By Jeff Thompson - Dec 22, 2016 04:40 PM EST

The new "artificial leaf" is expected to reduce the dependability on nature and hence would improve its diversity.

'Ziggy Stardust' And 'Klingon Newt' Are New Rare Species Discovered In The Great Mekong Area!

By Carrie Winters - Dec 21, 2016 07:08 PM EST

Researchers found 163 new species in the Greater Mekong. These new species include the "Klingon Newt" and a snake that resembles David Bowie's "Ziggy Stardust."

James Webb Space Telescope Tests Alarm NASA; Anomalous Readings Observed On JWST

By Anthony Amanpour - Dec 21, 2016 05:31 AM EST

A vibration test conducted on the James Webb Space Telescope reveals readings that alarmed NASA.

Are There Planets Like Those In "Star Wars" In Reality? NASA Is Planning To Find Out

By Shubham Ghosh - Dec 20, 2016 06:00 PM EST

NASA is planning to find out if there are planets in the space like those in "Star Wars"

A Supernova Explosion Could Be The Reason For The Formation Of Our Solar System; Some Scientists Says

By Carl Anthony - Dec 20, 2016 05:45 PM EST

Where did the solar system really come from? Scientists and researchers today are coming up with many theories and leads that could be the answer.

'Pregnancy' Re-Wires A Woman's Brain For Motherhood, What We Need To Know!

By Carrie Winters - Dec 20, 2016 07:06 AM EST

A new research indicates that "pregnancy" changes a woman's brain. This change could last up to two years and is said to be a change towards the mother and child bonding.

Top 3 Awesome Tech Gifts For Kids In 2016

By Donna Belle - Dec 20, 2016 03:20 AM EST

This is an article that will give you the list to the hottest, most awesome hi-tech toys to buy for kids this year. A variety of cool toys are the top picks to entertain the kids.

Mysterious Alien Call From Mariana Trench Finally Identified By Scientists

By Donna Belle - Dec 20, 2016 03:10 AM EST

The mysterious sound from beneath the depths of Mariana Trench has baffled marine biologist for months. This article talks about the recent revelation about where the sound actually originates.

Want To Have Fun This Weekend? Scientists Wants You To Ditch Planning

By Donna Belle - Dec 20, 2016 03:00 AM EST

This articles highlights the negative consequences of planning your weekend. Being more flexible with time and spontanous with activities actually yields more fun.

Antarctica Under Climate Threat: Totten Glacier's Ice Shelf Is Melting & It Could Raise Sea Level By Over 11 Feet

By Shubham Ghosh - Dec 19, 2016 11:43 AM EST

Ocean observations near Totten glacier in East Antarctica confirm that Totten is melting from below because of warm ocean water and it would lead to rise in sea level by 11.5 feet.

A New Plant Is Discovered And Its Named After Music Legend Jimi Hendrix

By Rishikesh - Dec 19, 2016 11:36 AM EST

Famous Music Icon 'Jimi Hendrix' who is known for his many songs, including 'The Wind Cries Mary' and 'The Purple Haze', but now he will also be remembered for an entirely different reason, as Botanist has named a newly discovered species of a rare flower after him. The plant, named "Dudley Hendrix", is found only in a silver of Baja California, Colonel Mexico, in an area call Colonel Peninsula also known as Punta Colonet in Spanish.

Pre-historic Ghost Sharks Older Than The Dinosaurs Live 6,000 Miles Deep Under Californian Seas

By Victoria Stark - Dec 19, 2016 11:19 AM EST

After six years, National Geographic finally releases videos it took of prehistoric ghost sharks living today, and which are much older than the dinosaurs. These creatures now swim at least 6,000 miles deep under the waters of California.

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