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Sep 19, 2017
The surface environment on Mars supported liquid water 3.5 billion years ago: StudyA region of Mars named Aeolis Dorsa contains some of the most spectacular and densely packed river deposits seen on the planet, researchers said.
Jul 19, 2017
Australia releases MH370 search maps data, unveils geological movements in Indian OceanAustralia on Wednesday released the first series of data and maps of the Indian Ocean seabed that the search teams scoured to locate the MH370.
Mar 28, 2017
Saturn's moon Titan has sticky electrically charged sand that lets you build sandcastles without waterThe particles that cover the surface of Saturn's largest moon, Titan, are "electrically charged", show results of an experiment
Mar 23, 2017
Mars may have had a ring once, and may get one again in the futureA new model suggests that debris from an asteroid impact alternates between becoming a planetary ring and clumping together to form a moon.
Jun 14, 2016
Quake alert: Greater than 7.8 Nepal earthquake could hit Himalayas, says studyDue to the lack of post-earthquake movement, leading to build-up strain in the faults, the Himalayan region may experience an earthquake far more destructive than the 2015 7.8 Nepal quake that killed 8,000 persons and destroyed parts of the country, says a study.
Jun 08, 2016
NASA states that it has recognised 39 unreported sources of major pollutionResearchers in the United States and Canada have located 39 unreported sources of major pollution using a new satellite-based method, the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration said.
Feb 18, 2015
Two strange 'clouds' over Mars leaves scientists baffledAmateur astronomers have spotted two strange, cloud-like plumes high over Mars, deepening the mystery of what constitutes the Red Planet's atmosphere, a study said Monday.
Nov 07, 2014
6.4-magnitude quake hits Papua New Guinea, no injuries reportedA 6.4-magnitude quake struck on Friday off the coast of Papua New Guinea, the United States Geological Survey said, but no destructive Pacific-wide tsunami was expected.