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Earth

The third planet in the solar system

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Science X staff
June 14, 2021
phys.org
Sir David Attenborough has named it one of his favorite places on Earth, and the world will soon see why via an immersive virtual tour of the iconic Flinders Ranges.
Leah Crane
June 14, 2021
New Scientist
Clusters of galaxies in the universe are connected by colossal filaments that stretch across hundreds of millions of light years - and they seem to be spinning
June 14, 2021
India Today
he waves, also known as subterranean tremors generated by earthquakes, are moving faster through the core when travelling between the north and south poles. (Photo: Getty)
Doug Johnson
June 14, 2021
Ars Technica
Sodium and other metals from space make regular--and irregular--landfall on Earth.
Sharise Cunningham
June 14, 2021
HowStuffWorks
Not all deserts have sand and they're certainly not all hot. They're just extremely dry and have little vegetation. That means deserts are located all over the planet, including at super-high elevations.
DNA Web Team
June 14, 2021
DNA India
'Mystery bidder' pays Rs 205 crore to fly to space with Jeff Bezos: Here's his itinerary - He will accompany Jeff Bezos and his brother Mark to space onboard Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket on July 20.
Trevor Mogg
June 14, 2021
Digital Trends
Space station astronaut Thomas Pesquet has posted a photo that tries to convey the satellite's high speed as it orbits Earth.
Riya Baibhawi
June 13, 2021
Republic World
Citizen scientists have discovered two gaseous exo-planets orbiting a bright sun like-star, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) said.
Avi Loeb
June 13, 2021
Scientific American
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
Morgan McFall-Johnsen
June 13, 2021
news.yahoo.com
About 1% of US human spaceflights have ended in a fatal accident, but the New Shepard rocket seems relatively safe.
By Dulcie Lee & Joseph Lee
June 13, 2021
BBC News
It comes as Sir David Attenborough warns humans may be about to destabilise the entire planet.
Aylin Woodward
June 12, 2021
news.yahoo.com
New research shows the iron crystals that comprise Earth's inner core grow unevenly, with more iron forming under Indonesia, on the core's east side.
Philip Van Slooten and Lucie Aubourg
June 12, 2021
phys.org
Turns out the comic books were wrong.
Morgan McFall-Johnsen
June 11, 2021
news.yahoo.com
Potentially hazardous asteroids often skim past Earth without warning. A space telescope that looks for them could help scientists defend the planet.
June 11, 2021
Bollyinside - US Local News & Breaking News Stories
"I read a lot of science fiction books," Teruhiko Wakayama, a scientist at University of Yamanashi in Japan and author of the new study, said in an email.
Nathaniel Lee,Rebecca Wilkin,Andrea Schmitz
June 11, 2021
news.yahoo.com
Yellowstone National Park sits atop a supervolcano that's considered one of the greatest volcano threats. But NASA has an idea to stop an eruption.
June 11, 2021
Bollyinside - US Local News & Breaking News Stories
Discovering, characterizing, and tracking potentially hazardous NEOs as early as possible is crucial in ensuring that deflection or other preparations for
Elizabeth Landau
June 11, 2021
phys.org
At night, seven-year-old Miguel likes talking to his father Cesar Rubio about planets and stars. "I try to nurture that," says Rubio, a machinist in Pomona, California, who makes parts for mining and power generation equipment.
Silvia Dropulich
June 11, 2021
phys.org
An international study led by Monash University geologists provides a new insight into how Earth's first continents formed.
Science X staff
June 11, 2021
phys.org
From worms to quail, the ISS has housed all kinds of creatures great and small over the years. Animal research in space is about to welcome some new members to the club.
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