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The first giant bird found in Europe lived alongside early humans

Experts in the Crimea have found a fossil of a giant bird that lived about 1.6 to 1.8 million years ago. The find shows that giant birds were once native to Europe and that they first lived north of the equator. It also enables experts to better understand the environment in which early humans lived on the European continent. The …

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Huge bird may have lived alongside early humans

That's a damn big drumstick! A very large bird weighing about half a ton and nearly 12 feet tall – the first of its size ever discovered in the northern hemisphere – may have lived alongside early humans. Researchers from the Russian Academy of Sciences have recently discovered a fossil in the Taurida Cave in Crimea, which belongs to the …

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Rocket Lab Launches 7 Satellites Early Thursday Morning: Watch Live

Spaceflight startup Rocket Lab will launch seven small satellites tomorrow morning (June 27) to follow the action live. A rocket laboratory electron boost is scheduled to launch from the company's New Zealand base Thursday, during a two-hour window that opens at 12:30 pm CET (4:30 pm CET, 4:30 pm New Zealand time). You can watch the launch here on Space.com …

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Chipmaker shares gain early share price gains following Micron's results

Micron shares hit more than 12% at the opening, which is critical for chip makers. Mnuchin informs CNBC that "we were about 90% on the way there" Russia Interference Report on July 17 US stocks were able to partially recoup the loss of the previous day in early trading on Wednesday, as semiconductor stocks jumped off the benchmark Quarterly results …

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Mars May Have Escaped Life-Threatening Impacts Early On

A storm of cosmic impacts may have ended relatively early on Mars, suggesting that the Red Planet had habitable longer than scientists previously thought, a new study finds. The early days of the solar system often saw giant collisions between the newborn planets and roaming pieces of rock. Left over from planetary formation, these chunks would go on to become …

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