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Lyrid meteor shower will light up the sky on Sunday morning

The annual Lyrid Meteor Shower, which has been observed for the past 2,700 years, will create a stunning display of 'shooting stars' in the night sky. It's best viewed early morning on Sunday.

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Dancing rainbow lights of a deep-sea comb jelly in Gulf of Mexico

The deep-sea creature is a ctenophore – also known as the comb jelly – was spotted by a team with the NOAA's Okeanos Explorer as they trawled the Gulf of Mexico with a remotely operated vehicle.

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Scientists video that shows living cells interacting in 3D detail

Scientists have found a way to study cellular processes in their natural habitat: deep inside living organisms. A series of 3D videos document the processes in never-before-seen detail.

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Canada invests $2.7 MILLION to develop quantum radar

Researchers at the University of Waterloo are working to harness a technique called quantum illumination to spot objects that are invisible to traditional radio wave-based systems.

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Scientists say they're 'confident' polygon features seen on Mars were formed by MUD

An analysis of images from NASA’s Curiosity rover suggests lines seen on Mars are mudcracks, indicating that the once-wet region experienced dramatic changes over the course of its life.

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Footage of UFOs in Phoenix spark conspiracy theories 

The live stream was recorded above a mountain range outside Phoenix, It appears to show an unusual purple beam reaching down from the heavens.

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Apple reveals 'Daisy', its robot that takes apart your dead iPhone

The Cupertino-based robot can rip apart a dead phone in just 18 seconds and is an update to Liam - the recycling bot the company announced back in 2016.

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Nasa will have a space station that will orbit the moon in 2025

Known as the Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway, the outpost will be in orbit around the moon by 2025, it was announced at a Space Symposium in Colorado yesterday.

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Harvard study: Relationships more important than money or success 

The study - which is one of the longest on adult life - first started tracking 268 Harvard students during the Great Depression in 1938 (stock image).

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Take a tour of the Lagoon Nebula: NASA releases mind-blowing new video of 'colossal stellar nursery'

New images taken by the Hubble Space Telescope capture the magnificent Lagoon Nebula. It's 4,000 light-years away from Earth, yet it is three times larger in the the sky than the full moon.


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