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Japan's next asteroid probe:Hayabusa2 preps for 5.2-billion-km journey   - 2 Hours ago
TOKYO -- It has been four years since Japan's Hayabusa spacecraft brought back sand particles from the asteroid Itokawa. Now, its successor probe, Hayabusa2, is scheduled to be launched on Nov. 30. The
  
    



Science Graphic of the Week: Rising Sea Levels Show Strange Patterns   - 4 Hours ago
The world’s oceans are connected, but they rise at different rates. Philip R. Thompson and Mark A. Merrifield The oceans aren’t level. Over the span of decades, atmospheric weather patterns push water
  
    




DNA may survive trip to suborbital space and back   - 4 Hours ago
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Impact and effects of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins derived from harmful   - 107 Minutes ago
Abstract Fish are frequently exposed to paralytic shellfish toxins (PSTs) derived from harmful algal blooms (HAB). PSTs are potent neurotoxins with strong effects on fish at multiple trophic levels.
  
    



In situ Synchrotron IR Microspectroscopy of CO2 Adsorption on Single Crystals of   - 117 Minutes ago
Abstract Synchrotron radiation (SR) IR microspectroscopy has enabled determination of the thermodynamics, kinetics, and molecular orientation of CO 2 adsorbed in single microcrystals of a functionalized
  
    



Genetic estimation of evolutionary and contemporary effective population size in   - 3 Hours ago
Summary The potential of sturgeon species and populations to adapt to current challenges and changing conditions will depend on their adaptive resources and capacity, which can be inferred from their
  
    


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Nasa worker saw 'humans walking on Mars in 1979'   - 13 Hours ago
According to a woman who was employed by Nasa in the 1970s, two human beings were seen walking towards the Viking lander (the grandfather of today’s Mars Curiosity Rover) across the Martian surface Some
  
    



Japan's new whaling plan will prove hunt is science: negotiator   - 13 Hours ago
TOKYO - A two-thirds cut in Japan's Antarctic whaling quota announced this month should be enough to prove that the hunt is for genuine scientific purposes, the country's chief negotiator said Wednesday. 
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Mystery of 'Vampire' Burials Solved   - 4 Hours ago
The mystery behind several "vampire" burials in Poland has been solved. People who were buried with sickles (curved, sharp farming knives) around their necks, or rocks at their jaws, to prevent their
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World's Newest Lava Lake Appears in Africa   - 4 Hours ago
Heralded by fiery lava fountains and plumes of poisonous gas, a new lava lake has appeared atop one of Africa's most active volcanoes for the first time in 75 years. The lava lake at Nyamuragira volcano
  
    



Map of Endangered Shark's Wanderings Could Aid Conservation   - 4 Hours ago
A young hammerhead's 10.5-month journey through the Gulf of California reveals that the endangered shark often swam outside of protected areas, according to a new research that suggests key areas where
  
    



Space DNA can help find alien life on Earth   - 3 Hours ago
London: A unique space experiment has found that DNA has the capability to survive extreme conditions of space and re-entry into Earth's dense atmosphere - raising the possibility of finding extraterrestrial
  
    


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Frost-covered chaos on Mars   - 5 Hours ago
Hellas Chaos 27 November 2014 Thanks to a break in the dusty ‘weather’ over the giant Hellas Basin at the beginning of this year, ESA’s Mars Express was able to look down into the seven kilometre-deep
  
    



Eye Of Sauron's Black Hole Provides A Better Way To Measure Cosmic Distances   - 113 Minutes ago
Image Caption: The Galaxy NGC 4151 is called the, "Eye of Sauron" due to its similarity to the eye in the film Lord of the Rings. The image shows the supermassive black hole, which is still active, that
  
    



'I saw humans on Mars in 1979': Ex-NASA employee   - 2 Hours ago
New York: A former NASA employee named Jackie has made a startling claim saying that she saw two humans walking on the Red Planet towards the Viking Mars lander in 1979 in a footage. Reportedly, Jackie
  
    



Golden Ratio offers unity of science   - 2 Hours ago
08:30, Other Sciences/Mathematics Researchers from the Universities of the Witwatersrand and Pretoria are also suggesting that the "Golden Ratio" – designated by the Greek symbol Ø (letter Phi) with
  
    



LHC stops police from illegal arrests of PTI workers   - 3 Hours ago
The court decided in PTI's favour and told police not to harass 'peaceful protesters'. LAHORE (Dunya News) – The Lahore High Court on Thursday decided in favour of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) over
  
    



A lucky, but lonely, planet   - 3 Hours ago
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Video Offers Preview Ride of Planet's Tallest Roller Coaster   - 4 Hours ago
Here’s a nice way to roll into the Thanksgiving weekend. A few months ago, we told you about The Skyscraper , expected to be world’s tallest roller coaster when it opens in Orlando, Fla. The official
  
    



Gene that reduces risk of stroke discovered   - 4 Hours ago
Researchers at University of London’s Royal Holloway have discovered a gene that protects people against one of the major causes of stroke in young and middle-aged adults. The new findings could point
  
    



LHC says peaceful protest is citizens' right   - 4 Hours ago
LAHORE: The Lahore High Court on Thursday said that peaceful protests are the right of all citizens. The bench made this observation during the hearing of a petition submitted by Advocate Gohar Nawaz
  
    



Thousands of Eocene Shark Teeth Found in Canadian Arctic   - 4 Hours ago
By Agata Blaszczak-Boxe, Live Science Contributor Date: 27 November 2014 Time: 06:07 AM ET Researchers looking in the Canadian Arctic for fossils of mammals found something unexpected — more
  
    



How DNA could survive trip to space   - 9 Hours ago
Washington - DNA molecules attached to the outside of a rocket may be able survive a trip to suborbital space and back into the Earth's atmosphere at extremely high temperatures, according to a study
  
    



Beam Me To Mars: 90,000 Hellos From Earth To Be Sent On Friday to Mark 50 Years   - 11 Hours ago
This artist's concept depicts Nasa's Space Launch System, which is expected to be the most powerful rocket ever built. It is designed to boost the agency's Orion spacecraft on deep space missions, including
  
    



Aliens Caused Nuclear War on Mars, Says Physicist   - 12 Hours ago
The universe is full of mysteries that challenge our current knowledge. In "Beyond Science" Epoch Times collects stories about these strange phenomena to stimulate the imagination and open up previously
  
    
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