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Einstein 2.0: gravitational waves detected for a second time

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., (Reuters) - The ground-breaking detection of gravitational waves, ripples in space and time postulated by Albert Einstein 100 years ago, that was announced in February was no fluke. Scientists said on Wednesday that they have spotted them for a second time.
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NASA released the sharpest photos of Pluto in history — and they're spectacular

...Pluto is so far, it took time for the spacecraft to transmit all of its stunning views of the distant dwarf planet.......
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Researchers Turn CO2 Into Stone in Climate Change Breakthrough

...To turn C02 to stone, researchers with the Carbfix project pumped the gas into volcanic rock and sped up the natural process in which basalts react with gas and form carbonate minerals. ......
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A Massive, Ancient Platform Discovered in Petra Has Been ‘Hidden in Plain Sight’

... “I’ve worked in Petra for 20 years, and I knew that something was there, but it’s certainly legitimate to call this a discovery.”......
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3 Skills That All Emotionally Intelligent People Master

There are very many benefits to EI....
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Healthy 'Vampires' Emerge From Graves In Medieval Polish Cemetery

Archaeologists excavating a Medieval cemetery site in Kałdus, Poland, recently discovered hundreds of graves — among them, they found 14 anti-vampire burials. ...
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NASA's Gold-Covered James Webb Space Telescope Could Reveal Incredible New Worlds

...JWST "will be the most powerful space telescope ever built," according to NASA.......
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Putin hails first rocket launch from new cosmodrome after delay

Vostochny (Russia) (AFP) - Russia launched the first rocket from its new Vostochny cosmodrome on Thursday, with President Vladimir Putin hailing the event after dressing down officials over a delay caused by a technical glitch....
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No Brain? No Problem! Slime Mold Can Learn

Slime mold, a unicellular organism at the bottom of the food chain, can learn, a finding that has important implications for understanding the evolution of learning, as well as how many creatures can be “smart” and successful without a brain....
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Iran, Russia to cooperate in student satellite launch

TEHRAN, Apr. 20 (MNA) – Head of Ian Space Organization has said Iran and Russia will cooperate in launching university student-developed satellites....
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