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Today โ€” February 20th 2019FoxNews SciTech

Searching for Planet Nine, scientist finds ancient star with mysterious rings

By Chris Ciaccia

The hunt for Planet Nine has so far eluded researchers, but one citizen scientist working on a project to find the evasive celestial body has found something just as remarkable – a 3-billion-year-old dwarf star that has dust rings circling it.

Rarest, most valuable US paper bills in existence set for multimillion dollar auction

By Christopher Carbone

Three exceedingly rare 19th century U.S. currency notes are expected to sell for a combined $7 million when they are auctioned off next week.

Real life Jaws? Photographer captures terrifying great white images

By Chris Ciaccia

An Australian photographer has captured awe-inspiring images of a great white shark coming inches away from his hand as he looked to get the best shots.

Yesterday โ€” February 19th 2019FoxNews SciTech

Australian rodent marks first climate change extinction, scientists say

By Nicole Darrah

An Australian rodent that lived near the Great Barrier Reef has been officially declared extinct — making it the first known mammal killed off by climate change, according to researchers.

Teen builds working nuclear fusion reactor in Memphis home

By Charles Watson

Some kids spend their time on social media. Other kids spend their time playing video games. When it comes to 14-year-Jackson Oswalt, his time is spent in a laboratory working on a nuclear fusion reactor.

Customs letter about long-lost suitcase leads to artifacts from desert with early 'Jesus' painting

By Tom Metcalfe Live Science Contributor

The ancient desert village of Shivta in southern Israel made headlines when archaeologists discovered a wall painting there that is thought to show the baptism of Jesus Christ , the earliest representation of Christ known in Israel.

Black, post-apocalyptic snow blankets part of Siberia

By Christopher Carbone

Toxic, black snow has turned parts of a coalmining region in Siberia into a post-apocalyptic landscape. 

Can sharks cure cancer? Great white shark genome decoded

By Chris Ciaccia

The entire genome of great white sharks has been decoded and the secrets that are unlocked may hold the answers to how to cure cancer and other age-related diseases.

Stonehenge mystery solved: Massive rocks came from 180 miles away

By Chris Ciaccia

Stonehenge has long bewildered researchers and onlookers. Now, a new study reveals that one of the biggest mysteries attached to the ancient monument has been solved – where the giant rocks came from.

These newfound catfish species are either the ugliest fish ever or super adorable

By Yasemin Saplakoglu Staff Writer

With tentacle-covered snouts, claw-like spines that protrude from their heads and bodies covered in armor, these newfound catfish look more mythical than real.

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Albino baby turtle born with heart outside its body

By Chris Ciaccia

Pictures of a rare albino baby turtle have surfaced, exciting onlookers and marine life enthusiasts alike. 

Mysterious 'witches marks' discovered in ancient cave

By Chris Ciaccia

The oldest cave art in England was created during the last Ice Age, when our ancient ancestors drew images of birds, mammals and other creatures to describe the world around them. Now, newly discovered images tell an entirely different story – witches' marks.

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