UBC just Installed a 13 Meter-long Sea Monster Skeleton Cast

A long-necked elasmosaurus was installed at the University of British Columbia, above the Pacific Museum of the Earth to be exact. Scientists said that it was a marine reptile that…

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“Robotic Skin” Can Turn Inanimate Objects into Robots

A new invention that can prove very helpful in the future It might sound unreal or maybe even creepy, but rest assured, it’s not. A new invention, called “robotic skin”…

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Our Understanding about Neutron Star Evolution Could be Changed by the latest Hubble Discovery

Although it has been many years since the Hubble telescope reached space, it is still helping astronomers and researchers to better understand the universe. Recently, the telescope has come across…

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TESS Planet Hunter Scores its First Light Image

The first light marks a landmark for any astronomical device. NASA has released the first images captured by the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (or TESS). TESS has been designed to…

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