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Today โ€” February 24th 2020Your RSS feeds

Mike Hughes, 64, D.I.Y. Daredevil, Is Killed in Rocket Crash

By Aimee Ortiz

The launch that killed Mr. Hughes, known as Mad Mike, was being filmed for a new Science Channel series called “Homemade Astronauts.”

Mike Hughes, 64, D.I.Y. Daredevil, Is Killed in Rocket Crash

By Aimee Ortiz

The launch that killed Mr. Hughes, known as Mad Mike, was being filmed for a new Science Channel series called “Homemade Astronauts.”

Yesterday โ€” February 23rd 2020Your RSS feeds

New Zealand surfer fights off great white shark by punching it repeatedly, cursing it off

By Travis Fedschun

A 60-year-old man in New Zealand fought back against a great white shark on Saturday after he was attacked Saturday at Pauanui Beach, located in the Coromandel region.

New Zealand surfer fights off great white shark by punching it repeatedly, cursing it off

By Travis Fedschun

A 60-year-old man in New Zealand fought back against a great white shark on Saturday after he was attacked Saturday at Pauanui Beach, located in the Coromandel region.

Microbes Point the Way to Shipwrecks

By Katherine Kornei

Distinct microbiomes flourish around sunken ships as they become artificial reefs, new research in the Gulf of Mexico reveals.

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Shipwreck from doomed 1840s Royal Navy Arctic expedition reveals its secrets

By James Rogers

Stunning artifacts have been recovered from the wreck of HMS Erebus, one of two 19th-century Royal Navy ships involved in a doomed expedition to locate the Northwest Passage.

Water spotted in Jupiter's atmosphere

By Chris Ciaccia

The largest planet in the Solar System, Jupiter has a treasure trove of information for astronomers to research and observe. A new study states that the gas giant also contains water in its atmosphere.

Alien planet is on its way towards the 'edge of destruction'

By Chris Ciaccia

Experts have been closely watching an exoplanet that is so close to its star, it may well be on the "edge of destruction."

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