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Triceratops may have had horns to attract mates

Image copyright Andrey Atuchin Image caption Artist's impression of two ceratopsian dinosaurs: Utahceratops gettyi (l) and Nasutoceratops titusi (r)                  Dinosaurs like the Triceratops may have had a horn, and a new study suggests. Ceratopsian, or horned dinosaurs, This Instead, the aggressive-looking armor may actually have evolved to signal an animal's suitability as a partner, known as socio-sexual selection. "Individuals …

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The Mars mission | Pakistan today

The Mars Expedition, otherwise known as a human mission to Mars, has long been the subject of sci-fi. Many films have been made showing the landings on Mars and discovering that they are worth living for humanity. This one-sided journey to Mars that everyone has been excited about is the sole purpose of colonizing and terraforming the planet. Find out …

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Scientists found radio echoes in supermassive black holes that feed on stars

Researchers have discovered how black holes devour stars, and how these gravitational power plants are part of what they absorb. The discoveries offer new fields of knowledge into unattainable divine wonders, researchers say. "These discoveries improve our understanding of how to promote the vitality of black holes, and thus a more sophisticated world sentiment," says Sjoert van Velzen, a New …

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China's first space station will soon fall out of space

Illustration of Chinese 8-ton space laboratory Tiangong-1 Credit: CMSE A Chinese space station will uncontrollably fall out of space, and now, tracker know when. Art. Since at least 2016, satellite trackers have been speculating on the likelihood that China's Tiangong-1 space laboratory will crash into the Earth's atmosphere. The lab was China's first prototype of a space habitat, the site …

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Britain will lead the European exoplanet mission

Media playback is not supported on your device Media Title Giovanna Tinetti: "What is this? Standard Model? Of planets?" A telescope to study the atmospheres of planets outside our solar system launched by the European Space Agency in the late 2020s. The mission, which was named Ariel, was selected by the Organization's Science Committee on Tuesday. The project is scientifically …

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SpaceX Eyes Los Angeles Harbor site for future setup

MANHATTAN BEACH, CA – SpaceX sees in an 18-acre site in the Port of Los Angeles, a future facility to build commercial transport vessels that are so huge they need to be moved on the water, reported Tuesday , Los Angeles' Board of Harbor Commissioners approved an environmental review of the proposed project on Terminal Island last week, paving the …

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What is a super volcano?

As the name implies, a super volcano is an extremely large volcano capable of blasting more than 1,000 cubic kilometers (240 cubic kilometers) of sediment. There are six known super volcanoes and twelve known super eruptions. Graphical scale of known volcanic and superculcan eruptions. Image in public domain What is a super volcano? If we want to see what makes …

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Researchers find spring in Yellowstone National Park

Source: KOBI-TV NBC 5 / video screenshot University of Texas researchers found evidence of a cloud beneath Yellowstone National Park. Published in the journal Nature Geoscience, the paper suggests that the plume is part of a zone that leads all the way from Mexico to Yellowstone. Yellowstone Plume Essentially, the existence of a cloud is a theoretical anomaly located between …

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Scott Kelly's genes and NASA's twin study on him explains

Scott Kelly did not mutate into a genetic freak during his life aboard the International Space Station. Perhaps you had this impression last week when several news agencies falsely reported that 7 percent of the astronaut's genes had changed after his year on the International Space Station. Kelly added to the confusion with cheeky tweeting: This, as many have pointed …

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