About 7,000 underground gas bubbles could explode anytime and may trigger risk in locals of Siberia.

Thousands Of Underground Gas Bubbles Could Explode Anytime, Threaten Residents In Siberia

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Scientists propose new methods of stabilizing the design of the first of its kind tiny and lightweight space probe.

Breakthrough Starshot Project Amps Up: Ball, Brakes To Be Added Into The Interstellar Sail

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Mars Curiosity rover's wheel threads started to break, yet it will continue its mission on the Red Planet.

NASA's Martian Robot's Wheel Treads On The Verge Of Breaking

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The tropical paradise, Maldives, fights against the consequences of climate change.

Climate Change Threats: Saving Sinking Maldives From The Rising Sea Levels

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Cheerios are trying to help the bee population, but it may be more dangerous than helpful.

Do Not Plant Wildflower Seeds From Cheerios, Scientists Say

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Geologists have found remnants of Earth's 4.2 billion years old crust in rock samples from Canada.

Traces Of Earth’s 4.2 Billion-Year-Old Crust Found In Canada

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The space probe continues to wow scientists with its latest images of Saturn and its moons.

NASA Cassini Spacecraft Sends Incredible Images Of Saturn's Moon Mimas And Pan

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A new study indicates that human-driven ecological and climate change caused the desertification of Sahara.

Human Activities May Have Formed The Desertification Of Sahara, A New Study Claims

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The astronomers are investigating a mysterious isolated object known as CFBDSIR 2149-0403.

Astronomers Examine The Nature Of A Mysterious Remote Object In The Universe

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Pixelated and not-so-animated footage of the TRAPPIST-1 system released for public viewing.

NASA Released Kepler Space Telescope Raw Data Regarding TRAPPIST-1 System

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A major winter storm will hit the U.S. East Coast on March 13 and March 14.

Major Winter Storm Heads To East Coast As Seen From Space

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NASA radars detected the lost Indian spacecraft after 8 years in lunar orbit.

NASA Retrieved The Lost Indian Spacecraft Orbiting The Moon After 8 Years

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Archaeologists found an ancient road dated back around 2,000 years ago and four prehistoric coins in Israel.

Ancient Coins And 2,000-Year-Old 'Emperor's Road' Uncovered In Israel

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Caffeine and other compounds could prevent dementia and other neurodegenerative disorders, according to a new study.

Caffeine Would Likely Reduce Signs Of Dementia And Other Neurodegenerative Disorders

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Mars explorers could be at higher risk of acquiring leukemia due to radiation.

Deep Space Radiation Could Increase The Risk Of Leukemia For Space Travelers

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A new study confirms that soy intake could reduce the risk of breast cancer mortality.

Eating Soy Would Likely Reduce The Risk Of Breast Cancer Death

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The Amazon rainforest may not have been a natural ecosystem, after all.

Amazon Rainforests Changed By Ancient Humans

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March is a good way to observe the evening skies: check out the celestial events to look out for.

Five Bright Planets Visible In March

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Tully monster ruled definitely not a fish, but nobody knows what it is yet, either.

Spineless Ancient Beast Makes Scientists Question Evolution

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Health officials in Canada pointed out that racial discrimination can deteriorating physical health.

Racial Discrimination Linked To Deteriorating Health Conditions Of Black Canadians

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