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Odd carbon-based molecule found in atmosphere of Saturn's moon Titan
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Odd carbon-based molecule found in atmosphere of Saturn's moon Titan

Instead of oxygen in its atmosphere like Earth, Titan has small amounts of methane, much like the early stages of our home world.

Phosphine found in the Venus atmosphere, could be signs of 'aerial life' in planet's clouds
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Phosphine found in the Venus atmosphere, could be signs of 'aerial life' in planet's clouds

A chemically-synthesized bioweapon and agricultural fumigant, phosphine in also naturally made by some anaerobic microbes in low oxygen environments.

Subsurface of Jupiter's moon Europa might have supported microbial life in the past
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Subsurface of Jupiter's moon Europa might have supported microbial life in the past

Europa has an ocean hidden beneath a thick shell of ice and has long has been viewed as a potential habitat for life, alongside Mars and Saturn’s moon Enceladus.

Social, living environment are key ingredients in longer lifespan, new research suggests
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Social, living environment are key ingredients in longer lifespan, new research suggests

People living in highly walkable, mixed-age communities may reportedly live longer and reach their 100th birthday.

6 things in life that just can’t wait
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6 things in life that just can’t wait

Modern life is so full of easy distractions (like mindless binge-watching TV shows) and one may easily lose focus on the things that make us happy or matter in the long run.

An ode to Feni: An evening at the world's first Feni cellar in Goa
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An ode to Feni: An evening at the world's first Feni cellar in Goa

‘Feni Man’ Hansel Vaz is busy crafting a revolution.

Kolkata's Jazzfest 2018 kicks off on 30 November; to feature nine bands from across the globe
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Kolkata's Jazzfest 2018 kicks off on 30 November; to feature nine bands from across the globe

This year, Jazzfest will see nine bands from seven countries take to the stage and electrify an otherwise nippy atmosphere during winters in Kolkata

Hydrogen in Earth's water may have come from clouds of dust, gas left over from Sun
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Hydrogen in Earth's water may have come from clouds of dust, gas left over from Sun

The new finding fits neatly into current theories of how the Sun and the planets formed.

Phosphates, key life ingredient, may have hitched a ride on meteorites to Earth
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Phosphates, key life ingredient, may have hitched a ride on meteorites to Earth

Phosphates which are originated in outer space which are essential ingredients for DNA-based life forms.

Water-rich exoplanets, between two-four times the size of Earth are common: Study
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Water-rich exoplanets, between two-four times the size of Earth are common: Study

The new research indicates that many of the known planets may contain as much as 50 percent water.

Researchers suggest life could have existed on Moon about four billion years ago
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Researchers suggest life could have existed on Moon about four billion years ago

During both periods, the Moon was spewing out large quantities of superheated volatile gases.

Craters on Titan are prime locations to search for building blocks of life: Study
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Craters on Titan are prime locations to search for building blocks of life: Study

Large craters on Titan, are the prime locations to search for the building blocks of life.

Study suggests human lifespan is yet to reach its peak, counters earlier research
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Study suggests human lifespan is yet to reach its peak, counters earlier research

Has the maximum lifespan for a human already been reached? Maybe not, said a study of Italian centenarians

Atul Kochhar, Kevin Spacey and social media apologies: Sorry is the hardest word, but sincerity is the key
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Atul Kochhar, Kevin Spacey and social media apologies: Sorry is the hardest word, but sincerity is the key

To be ignorant and/or rude is a universal phenomenon, and it often gets the better of us on social media.

Bhayyu Maharaj, Anthony Bourdain and the rising suicide graph: Depression is a silent killer, but what can you do to help?
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Bhayyu Maharaj, Anthony Bourdain and the rising suicide graph: Depression is a silent killer, but what can you do to help?

Depression creeps up silently from corners of your brain you didn't even know existed. It takes over your life before you even realise.

Watch: Video shot through telescopic lens makes it seem like the moon is falling from the sky
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Watch: Video shot through telescopic lens makes it seem like the moon is falling from the sky

Video of the moon slowly disappearing behind Mount Teide — a volcano in the Canary Islands off the northwest coast of Africa — just unlocked a whole new level of optical illusions.

Singer Mame Khan on being part of Manganiyar legacy, taking folk art to international platforms
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Singer Mame Khan on being part of Manganiyar legacy, taking folk art to international platforms

Popular folk and Sufi singer Mame Khan speaks about the legacy of Manganiyar music that he belongs to, and how Bollywood should pay due credit to the folk art it derives inspiration from.

Research led by Indian-origin scientist reveals new way to produce hydrogen fuel from sunlight
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Research led by Indian-origin scientist reveals new way to produce hydrogen fuel from sunlight

The energy provided by sunlight in an hour is equivalent to mankind's total energy consumption for one year.

Kalapini Komkali on being Kumar Gandharva's daughter, honing her art and the undying guru-shishya tradition
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Kalapini Komkali on being Kumar Gandharva's daughter, honing her art and the undying guru-shishya tradition

Kalapini Komkali, noted Hindustani classical vocalist and daughter of the legendary Kumar Gandharva, speaks about how the art can be mastered only if one is guided by a guru | #FirstCulture