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Japanese billionaire seeks girlfriend to travel to the moon with

A Japanese billionaire is looking for a “special someone” to join him as he becomes the first private passenger to…

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800,000 Years Ago, a Meteor Slammed Into Earth. Scientists Just Found the Crater.

About 790,000 years ago, a meteor slammed into Earth with such force that the explosion blanketed about 10% of the planet with…

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‘Ring of fire’ eclipse wows across Asia

Skywatchers from Saudi Arabia and Oman to India and Singapore were treated to a rare “ring of fire” solar eclipse…

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Thousands of penis-fish wash up on California beach

A California beach is arousing attention for attracting thousands of phallic-looking sea worms to its shores. The fat innkeeper worms,…

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Gov’t urged to promote study of aerospace engineering

Government has been urged to promote the study of aerospace engineering to safeguard Ghana’s future in technology. This according to…

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US astronauts complete first all-women spacewalk

US astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir made history after completing the first all-women spacewalk. They spent over seven hours…

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600M-year-old ice age caused ‘Snowball Earth,’ radically changing planet’s climate

Researchers have discovered a massive ice age more than 600 million years ago radically altered the planet’s climate, resulting in…

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Down to Earth: Astronauts safely return after a space mission

ZHEZKAZGAN, Kazakhstan (AP) — An American, a Russian and the first person from the United Arab Emirates to fly into…

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One million people could live on Mars – as long as they don’t mind eating insects

When humans move to Mars, they don’t be able to enjoy restaurants like Nando’s or Egg Slut that we Earthlubbers…

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International Space Agencies Are Going to Smash a Spacecraft Into an Asteroid

The time has come. We’re going to smash a spacecraft into an asteroid. The asteroid is Didymos B, the smaller…

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Teens pledge not to have kids until action taken on climate

Teenagers have been bursting into the conversation surrounding — passionately advocating for the planet and their future living on it.…

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Germany’s Merkel faces decisive week on climate protection

BERLIN (AP) — Germany faces a decisive week in its efforts to combat climate change, with Chancellor Angela Merkel pledging…

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