'Savannafication': Brace yourself for new climate lingo that boggles the mind

One of the annoying things about global warming, besides the likelihood it will ravage life on Earth, is all the new words we are expected to learn in order to track our descent into climate chaos…

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Boeing's Starliner crewed mission all set for test flight to International Space Station

Boeing is eager for another shot at proving its crew capsule after technical failures put the aerospace juggernaut behind Elon Musk’s rocket company SpaceX

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Focussed on spacecraft and human safety amid COVID-19, recalls NASA’s Dr. Swati Mohan of Mars Mission

Born in Karnataka, India, Swati Mohan moved to the US at a very young age and aspired to be a doctor

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Russia's new Nauka space module reaches International Space Station

'Nauka' (Science) module will provide the astronauts at the ISS with additional storage space, technical equipment, including for water and air regeneration

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Youtuber wins USD 10K bet with scientist over physics problem

The problem at hand was pretty counterintuitive

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French father builds voice-controlled exoskeleton to help his wheelchair-bound son walk

The voice-activated exoskeleton allows Oscar to walk across the room and turn around.Oscar, who usually needs someone to help him walk, says it gives him independence.

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Astronomers detect light behind black hole for the first time 

The gravitational pull of black holes bends light rays around themselves, allowing scientists to see what lies behind them for the first time. 

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Study reveals that caffeine helps bumblebees pollinate more effectively

Due to climate change, wild pollinator populations have been restrained, including bees, moths, wasps, butterflies, beetles and birds

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Scientists discover Earth's oldest animal life, 'sponge structures'

Genetic evidence gathered from modern sponges has shown they likely emerged between 1 billion and 500 million years ago

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Hubble discovers water vapour around Jupiter's Ganymede, largest moon in our solar system

Ganymede is the ninth-largest object in our solar system and contains more water than all of of the oceans on Earth

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India's moon mission Chandrayaan-3 may get launched in 2022’s third quarter, says Indian govt 

Chandrayaan-3 may get launched in the third quarter next year. The ambitious mission has been facing delays due to the pandemic. It is India’s third mission to the moon. It was initially scheduled…

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Earth's 'vital signs' are worsening due to climate change, scientists warn

Earth's vital signs are currently worsening owing to factors linked to climate change. What are these vital signs? And what does this mean for the planet's future. Find out inside

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Scientists to search for signs of extraterrestrial technology

Titled as the 'Galileo Project', it is being led by the Harvard astronomy professor Avi Loeb

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What will Russia's 'Nauka' do at the International Space Station?

The ‘Nauka’ which in Russian means Science was delayed for several years however it was launched last week aboard the Proton rocket

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Pfizer, AstraZeneca vaccine antibody levels may decline after 2-3 months: Lancet study

Researchers noted that if the antibody levels carry on dropping at this rate, there are concerns that the protective effects of the vaccines may also begin to wear off.

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