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Is This Earth 2.0? NASA May Just Have Found Earth’s Alien Twin

Out of all the exoplanets found by Kepler, this distant world is most similar to Earth in size and estimated temperature and is a perfect candidate to host life as we know it on its surface. There’s an alien world orbiting a star dubbed Kepler 1649. The world, however, was missed by scientists when they went through the data initially. But now, after scientists reanalyzed data gathered by the

11 of the Most Mysterious Archaeological Discoveries Ever Made

As Best Selling Author Graham Hancock has said, we are a species with amnesia. And most scholars would agree with that quote. For as long as the human race has existed, we have tried to understand our origins and life meaning. But the more we search, the more we know how little we know about our origins. Did humankind originate on one continent and spread across the world later? How

Venus breakthrough: NASA found evidence of ‘enough water to support abundant life’

VENUS has been chosen as the destination for two new NASA missions to investigate the planet's atmosphere and geological features, following the discovery of "enough water to support plentiful life" by NASA. The space agency has announced it will send two robotic missions to the planet by the end of the decade. NASA administrator Bill Nelson said the probes — named Davinci+ and Veritas

A massive stone sphere in Europe is the ultimate evidence of a lost ancient Civilization

Not only have researchers discovered a massive stone sphere in Europe, it is said that the oldest and largest Pyramids are also in Europe. Furthermore, linguistic and cultural scientists indicate that the oldest written language does not come from Mesopotamia but from the ancient Danube Valley Civilization (Europe) which was among the first civilizations to develop copper tools, advanced architect

‘Spanish Stonehenge’ Revealed By Drought After 50 Years

An ancient wonder got fully revealed. The Dolmen of Guadalperal, also known as the Spanish Stonehenge. Image credit: Pleonr The Dolmen of Guadalperal, also known as the Spanish Stonehenge, is a circle of dozens of megalithic stones that are believed to date back to 5000 BC. Now, as an unexpected side-effect of the country’s cruelest drought in decades, the prehistoric stone ci

Man Captures A Breathtaking Image of the Total Eclipse And It Is Being Called “History’s Most Amazing Photo”

Over 200 million Americans saw the August 2017 total solar eclipse, but none had a finer vantage point than photographer Jon Carmichael. He spent years devising a unique method of capturing the entire eclipse, finally merging his interests in photography, astronomy, and aviation. "I wondered if I got up high enough, could I actually see the moon's shadow move across the Earth's surfac

NASA Warns: Five Asteroids Will Approach Earth Over the Next Five Days

Recently, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) published a report that stated five asteroids will approach the Earth this weekend as well as Monday.     The JPL is a research development lab at the California Institute of Technology. The NASA lab discovered extraterrestrial objects via the Asteroid Watch dashboard. According to the report, the asteroids fall under the cat

Scientists Revive 32,000-Year-Old Plant Right Out of the Pleistocene

The oldest plant ever to be “resurrected” has been grown from 32,000-year-old seeds, beating the previous record holder by some 30,000 years. Fruiting (at left) and flowering plants of Silene stenophylla regenerated from tissue of fossil fruits (S. Yashina et al) Back in 2007, a team of scientists from Russia, Hungary and the United States recovered frozen Silene stenophylla

James Webb Space Telescope Captures Spectacular Auroras on Jupiter

The James Webb Space Telescope gave us a glimpse of Jupiter in a photo taken during its commissioning phase. But that image pales in comparison to the fully-processed JWST Jupiter photos that have just been released. Taken by its Near-Infrared Camera (NIRCam), the two photographs show the solar system’s largest planet in incredible detail.   Photo: NASA, ESA, CSA, Jupiter ERS Team; im

The Underwater Geology of the Hawaii Islands is Just Amazing

The Pacific Plate is moving northwestward at about the same rate your fingernails grow – several centimeters per year. This constant plate movement over a local volcanic “hot spot,” or plume, has produced a chain of volcanic islands, one after another in assembly-line fashion. They go (really) by the name Hawaii. Source: Hawaii Guide Situated near the middle of the “Pacific Plat