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Scientists find what happens when galaxies collide

The researchers found that when two galaxies of the same size collide, both galaxies produce stars at a much faster rate.

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Sage grouse flies into U.S. species protection crossfire

A wildlife protection fight over a quirky ground-dwelling bird highlights how two U.S. environmental groups have increasingly dominated the process of species protection, sparking a backlash from pro-

Sage grouse flies into U.S. species protection crossfire

Chinese explorers discovered America before Columbus?

History may be rewritten as new evidence suggests ancient Chinese explorers landed on the New World around 2,500 years before Christopher Columbus

Chinese explorers discovered America before Columbus?

Shah Rukh Khan makes dubsmash debut to celebrate 13 years of ‘Devdas’

Superstar Shah Rukh Khan has made a dubsmash video to pay tribute to Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Devdas", which completed 13 years today.

Shah Rukh Khan makes dubsmash debut to celebrate 13 years of ‘Devdas’

NASA craft discovers heart shape on Pluto as flyby nears

There's a near-perfect heart shape on Pluto's rusty red surface. The dwarf planet is dotted with bright points which may be ice caps, and a mysterious dark shape nicknamed "The Whale."

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Hawaii limits access to Mauna Kea amid telescope protests

Hawaii officials have voted to impose an emergency rule to restrict access to Mauna Kea after protesters blocked construction of a giant telescope.

Hawaii limits access to Mauna Kea amid telescope protests

Solar Impulse grounded in Hawaii for repairs

The sun-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft has been grounded in Hawaii, its crew said today, after a gruelling five-day, fuel-less flight across the Pacific Ocean overheated its batteries.

Solar Impulse grounded in Hawaii for repairs

NASA’s new commercial crew astronauts: Each wants to fly 1st

The four NASA astronauts chosen to fly on the first test flights of commercial spacecraft said Friday they haven't come up yet with a more media-savvy name.

NASA’s new commercial crew astronauts: Each wants to fly 1st

NASA picks Sunita Williams for first Commercial flights

Indian-origin Sunita Williams is among four "veteran" astronauts picked by NASA to fly the first commercial space vehicles, a part of the space agency's ambitious plan to put a man on Mars by 2030.

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Climate change: Paris deal must signal end to carbon economy, say experts

A new global climate change deal, due to be agreed in Paris in December, must give clear guidance that moving away from fossil fuels is inevitable and wise, economists said on Friday.

Climate change: Paris deal must signal end to carbon economy, say experts

Record setting flare from black hole spotted by NASA’s Fermi in distant galaxy 3C 279

Five billion years ago, a great disturbance rocked a region near the monster black hole at the center of galaxy 3C 279.

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Successful launch of PSLV-C28 ‘moment of immense pride’, says PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said the successful launch of ISRO's PSLV-C28 with five UK satellites is a moment of immense pride and joy for India.

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ISRO to launch GSLV-Mark II next month

Following the successful launch of five British satellites, the Indian Space Research Organisation ISRO has planned to launch GSLV-Mark II next month and three more navigational satellites before Marc

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Careful water use could ease climate threats to food: Scientists

Farmers face growing threats to their crops from more frequent drought and other extreme weather in coming decades, but using water more efficiently could help them protect food and water supplies, ex

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ISRO launches five British satellites on board PSLV-C28

ISRO today successfully launched five British commercial satellites on board PSLV-C28 from this spaceport in the heaviest commercial mission ever undertaken by it.

ISRO launches five British satellites on board PSLV-C28

Distant Pluto finally gets its day in the sun

NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is poised to become the first probe to visit distant Pluto, capping a reconnaissance of the solar system that began more than 50 years ago.

Distant Pluto finally gets its day in the sun

Comet team says lander Philae gets back in touch with new data

European scientists received data from the newly revived comet lander Philae on Thursday night, a boost to the team as they try to establish a secure line of communication for their historic scientifi

Comet team says lander Philae gets back in touch with new data

Distant Pluto finally gets its day in the sun

NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is poised to become the first probe to visit distant Pluto, capping a reconnaissance of the solar system that began more than 50 years ago.

Distant Pluto finally gets its day in the sun

Scientists discover galaxy 5 billion light-years away

Scientists in Australia have discovered a galaxy as far as 5 billion light-years away by using a new hi tech radio telescope.

Scientists discover galaxy 5 billion light-years away

Mammoth black hole grew faster than its galaxy, claim scientists

Scientists have identified a massive black hole in the early universe that grew way faster than its host galaxy.

Mammoth black hole grew faster than its galaxy, claim scientists

Why India needs rules for flying drones, soon

While civilian drones are becoming popular across the globe, very few countries have regulations governing it.

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NASA on global warming: Extra heat was ‘trapped’ in Indian, Pacific Oceans

NASA scientists studied ocean temperature measurements, and have found that in recent years extra heat from greenhouse gases has been trapped in the waters of the Pacific and Indian oceans.

NASA on global warming: Extra heat was ‘trapped’ in Indian, Pacific Oceans

ISRO set for PSLV-XL launch from Sriharikota today

Sriharikota, July 10 (ANI): The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set to launch its PSLV-XL (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle-XL variant) from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikot

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PSLV-XL launch the heaviest commercial payload undertaken by ISRO, says chairman

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman Kiran Kumar has said that the launch of the PSLV-XL (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle-XL variant), with five British satellites onboard, is the heavies

PSLV-XL launch the heaviest commercial payload undertaken by ISRO, says chairman

Large heart-shaped feature found on Pluto: NASA

NASA's New Horizons spacecraft has beamed back the most detailed image yet of Pluto, showing a large heart-shaped bright area measuring some 2,000 kilometres across the dwarf planet's surface.

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New dinosaur with ‘halo’ of horns found in Canada

Scientists have discovered one of the oldest horned dinosaurs - a one-tonne behemoth that roamed the Earth about 79 million years ago and had a 'fantastically adorned' skull with forward-curling hook-

New dinosaur with ‘halo’ of horns found in Canada

Men perform better than women when goals are set

New study has found that men are more likely to achieve goals and stay motivated if the targets are set than females.

Men perform better than women when goals are set
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