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Strawberry Moon to shine bright in Sunday morning's sky

The Strawberry Moon will be visible on the night of June 3 and has ancient connections to Native American agriculture.

UAE launches Emirates Mission to the Asteroid Belt

The mission would extend 10 times past that of the Mars mission, with a total estimated travel distance of 5 billion Kilometers.

Marsupials are evolving faster than humans, other animals – study

"We often have this bias that ours is the group that evolution is directed towards, but that's not how evolution works," explained Goswami.

Thousands of unknown sea creatures found in untouched area in Pacific

In the Clarion-Clipperton Zone, surveys until now only compiled lists with informal species names and very few formal species descriptions.

Scientists expand search for signs of intelligent alien life

Deliberate transmissions to potential aliens from Earth should be considered only if by global consensus humankind deems it safe and appropriate, Gajjar said.


Israeli astrophysicists may have solved the mystery of early massive galaxies

A new theoretical model made by Israeli astrophysicists reveals an excess of massive galaxies, in contrast to previously accepted theories.

Shrimp from ‘Finding Nemo’ can help keep foods, paints white - Israeli study

The shrimp uses white stripes on its cuticle covering all its outer surfaces including appendages to attract fish, which it then proceeds to clean by eating parasites off the fish’s body.

UFOs becoming increasingly attractive to US academics - study

A new study shows that interest in studying UFOs/UAPs as reached mainstream academia and many are pushing for further academic research on the subject.


Scientists find way to pull electricity out of humidity in air - study

With nearly any material and in any location, the device can use humidity in the air to generate electricity.

How does Jupiter appear in different colors?

Magnetic oscillations produce the different colored bands and interact with the massive storms on Jupiter's surface.

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