Vyomica Berry

Vyomica Berry

Vyomica Berry is a sub-editor at WION Digital. She is an avid reader and covers world news.

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Scientists discover X-rays coming from Uranus for the first time

Astronomers have observed that both Jupiter and Saturn scatter X-ray light given off by the Sun, similar to how Earth's atmosphere scatters the Sun's light

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Wolf Warrior diplomacy: Chinese embassy's Aesop fable analogy backfires on Twitter

Several Twitter users also accused China of wolf warrior diplomacy

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NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captures stunning image of Veil Nebula

The Veil Nebula is the visible portion of the nearby Cygnus Loop, a supernova remnant formed roughly 10,000 years ago by the death of a massive star

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Astronomers discover previously unknown ancient crater lake on Mars

The crater's floor has unmistakable geologic evidence of ancient stream beds and ponds, yet there's no evidence of inlet channels where water could have entered the crater from outside, and no…

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Egypt to parade mummified remains of 22 ancient kings and queens

Dubbed the Pharaohs' Golden Parade, the 18 kings and four queens will travel in order, oldest first, each aboard a separate float decorated in ancient Egyptian style

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Astronomers observe most 'pristine' comet from outer space in Solar system

Pristine, in astronomical terms, describes a comet that has never passed close enough to a star to be transformed by its searing heat

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WHO chief criticises lack of data access from China for Covid origins' study

A team commissioned by the World Health Organization to investigate the source of the coronavirus in Wuhan in January concluded that it was 'extremely unlikely' that the pathogen originated in a…

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Scientists discover how supermassive counterparts of black holes originate

The newly detected 'goldilocks' black hole, about 55,000 solar masses, could be a missing link between these two extremes, scientists suggested Monday in the journal Nature Astronomy

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'Hacktivism' adding to woes of cybersecurity at alarming rate

Earlier waves of hacktivism, notably by the amorphous collective known as Anonymous in the early 2010s, largely faded away under law enforcement pressure

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Global warming fundamentally altering structure of world's oceans

Climate change has disrupted ocean mixing, a process that helps store away most of the world's excess heat and a significant proportion of CO2

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Researchers create, then erase, false memories in people’s minds

While multiple studies succeeded in inducing false memories in interview settings, this research reverses this effect and thereby reduce the potential damage

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World Meteorological Day 2021: All you need to know

It also commemorates the establishment of the World Meteorological Organization, an intergovernmental body on March 23, 1950

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World Sleep Day 2021: All you need to know

Sleep is known to be critical to physical and mental health, essential for tissue repair, cell regeneration, immune function, memory, and for regulating mood and emotions

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In life and death, Mujibur Rahman continues to be a towering figure in Bangladesh

Mujibur led the independence struggle in former East Pakistan until March 25, 1971, when Pakistani troops whisked him away to then West Pakistan

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NASA's Juno spacecraft unveils dark origins of Jupiter's mysterious auroral storms for first time

The findings of the research, published in the journal AGU Advances state that the Ultraviolet Spectrograph instrument of the Juno mission, the gas-giant orbiter is illuminating the provenance of…

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