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Cosmic Rays Observed by Earth

The scientists from India and Japan have captured the moment when a huge cloud containing hot gases, released from the Sun battered Earth's magnetic shield. Due to these activities, the magnetic shield cracked and the harmful cosmic rays entered into the Earth, discovered the artists using the GRAPES-3 telescope at Ooty, Tamil Nadu. The scientists ...
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Water Mystery, Revealed By Scientists

The scientists have discovered the physical properties of water. As per the study, water hits a crossover temperature and start moving from one liquid state to another, when heated between 40 and 60 degrees Celsius. The Scientists aimed to understand the real property of water by keeping its necessity for life on earth in mind. The scientists have ...
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Slovenia Protects the Environment

A current research showed Slovenia is the best country at using nature. The research was conducted with the help of the Government efforts to vanish pollution. The scientists added that they did this research to preserve biodiversity and limit the exploitation of natural resources. Moreover, the scientists added that there is a strong connection b ...
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Extra Salty Food Leads to Several Health Diseases

A report by WHO has shown that Indians take more than twice of the recommended amount of salt. The scientists have stated that the unhealthy diet and extra amount of salt can invite the risk of cardiovascular diseases and early deaths. The study was led and recommended by the George Institute for Global Health. The scientists have claimed that the ...
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Mystery of 49,000-Year-Old Cave

The scientists have found tools and bone remains from marsupial were found in a cave high on a cliff in Flinders Ranges, in South Australia. The scientists have challenged the history by declaring the findings to be 49,000 years old. As per the theories, Aboriginal Australians are the oldest constant civilisation in the world, down from the first ...
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Mystery Behind the Missing GPS Connection

A study has revealed that the thunderstorms are the real reason behind the GPS blackout.  The scientists from European Space Agency (ESA) have found thunderstorms on low orbiting satellites while flying over the equator between Africa and South America. European Space Agency's Swarm that is known as a trio of satellites is evaluating and solv ...
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New Technology to Tackle Flight Delays

NASA has developed a new technology that can tackle the issue of a flight delay. The scientists have created this technology in such a way that it can help the entire Airport system. By using this newly created tech several flights can easily land on the same runway at busy airports. Additionally, the scientists have claimed, through this mechanism ...
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Human Made Co2 Can Be Seen

Oops! The scientists have made maps of human releases of carbon dioxide from satellite observations of the greenhouse gas. As per the scientists, the map is based on data from NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) satellite. Beside this, the map is produced with a new data-processing technique. The scientists have explained that the map show ...
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Helpful Bacteria to Boost Environmental Growth

The scientists have found new bacteria that are beneficial for the environment. The scientists have found these bacteria in coastal marine waters worldwide. The study has shown that these newly found bacteria have the ability to do primary production without the presence of sunlight. Not only this, the specialty of these bacteria is that they only ...
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Scientists Found Human Remains in Palawan Island

Archaeologists from University of the Philippines Diliman (UPD) have discovered human remains from the cave in northern Palawan Province. The scientists have been thoroughly excavated the caves since 2004. As a result, numerous human skeletal materials have been found by the archaeologists. As per the study, these skeletons belongs to late Palaeol ...
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