Jupiter is among the most mysterious things in the Solar System, and scientists are still studying its mysteries.
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Latest Jupiter Flyby Shows Surreal Mysteries On Giant Planet

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Good news for manatees: they are no longer endangered, but government should not be complacent, as they are still threatened.
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Manatees No Longer Endangered But Still Threatened

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Astronaut Peggy Whitson performed a spacewalk for the eighth time - breaking the record of having the most spacewalks achieved by a woman.
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Astronaut Peggy Whitson Breaks The Record For The Most Spacewalks Performed By A Woman

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The image of ESA's ExoMars 2020 rover is pretty similar to the previous model, but with new additions.
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ESA's ExoMars 2020 Rover Image Revealed; Space Vehicle Scheduled For Mars Mission

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Quantum thermodynamics is a new and evolving branch of science that is full of controversies.
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Quantum Physics And Thermodynamics: Explaining The Thermodynamic Laws At Atomic And Subatomic Levels

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The Arctic is turning green as the marine plankton flourish in the thinning ice sheets of the area.
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The Arctic Is Greening Due To Marine Plankton Blooming

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Titan's towering dunes may be a result of electrified sand.
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Electric Sand Makes Up Titan’s Towering Dunes, Scientists Say

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Scientists discovered two fault zones that are connected, which referred to as "mega fault," in California.
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Newly Discovered Fault System In California Could Trigger 7.4 Earthquake, A New Study Reveals

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Primate brains may actually have increased in size - thanks to diet, not social communication skills.
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Primate Brain Sizes Proportional To Fruit Intake, Study Shows

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Explaining consciousness remains a puzzle for both physicists and spiritualists.
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Mind And Matter: Explaining The Link Between Consciousness And Materialism

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Satellites photographed bright blue lakes in Russia's Arctic regions that are boiling due to the presence of methane gas.
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Hundreds Of Arctic Blue Lakes Are Boiling Due To Methane Gas

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About 7,000 underground gas bubbles could explode anytime and may trigger risk in locals of Siberia.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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NASA Cassini Spacecraft Sends Incredible Images Of Saturn's Moon Mimas And Pan

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