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Taurid Meteor Shower 2016: When, Where & How to See It

While the Taurid meteor shower doesn't have a lot of shooting stars to offer, the few that will streak across the sky in the coming days will be bright, spectacular fireballs.
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Surprise! Cold Gas 'Halos' Found Around Brightest Objects in Universe

Gas halos around distant galaxies are colder and more common than previously believed, a new study suggests....
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European Mars probe destroyed after plunging to surface

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Images taken by a NASA Mars orbiter indicate that a missing European space probe fell to the Red Planet's surface from a height of 2 to 4 kilometers (1.2 to 2.5 miles) and was destroyed on impact, the European Space Agency said on Friday....
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Le moyen efficace de production d’antimatière révélé par les Russes

Des scientifiques de l'Institut de physique appliquée de l'Académie des sciences de Russie proposent de produire de l'antimatière à l'aide d'un laser super-puissant et d'une feuille de papier aluminium....
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Brainy bees learn how to pull strings to get what they want

LONDON (Reuters) - Scientists in Britain have managed to teach bumblebees to pull strings to get to food and then pass on what they have learned to others in their colony - showing a high level of intelligence despite their tiny brains....
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Scientists Name Aboriginal Australians Oldest Civilization on Earth

According to a recent study, the oldest continuous human civilization up to the present era is currently in Australia....
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Red Planet Roulette: Time to Save for Move to Mars?

Fancy a move to Mars? SpaceX chief Elon Musk envisions a colony of 1 million Earth emigrants calling the Red Planet home within 50 to 100 years, but early settlers be warned: the risk of death is high....
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No, Friday's 'Black Moon' Isn't a Sign of the End Times

Just when you thought it was safe to go outside at night to do a little stargazing, the moon is being all weird again....
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Moonlight sonata: fish's nocturnal 'singing' secrets revealed

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In one of the marvels of nature, males of a fish species called the plainfin midshipman that dwells in Pacific coastal waters from Alaska to Baja California court females during breeding season using a nocturnal "love song" with an otherworldly sound....
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NASA asteroid probe may find clues to origins of life on Earth

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - A U.S. space probe was cleared for launch on Thursday to collect and return samples from an asteroid in hopes of learning more about the origins of life on Earth and perhaps elsewhere in the solar system, NASA said on Tuesday....
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