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NASA Finds Perfectly Rectangular Iceberg In Antarctica As If It Was Deliberately Cut - Forbes

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NASA Finds Perfectly Rectangular Iceberg In Antarctica As If It Was Deliberately Cut
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NASA just shared a stunning image of a nearly perfect rectangular iceberg in Antarctica. The monolithic slab of ice, floating just off the Larsen C ice shelf appears quite unnatural given the 90-degree angles. NASA took the image as part of Operation ...
This perfectly rectangular iceberg would like to object to your ideas of natural geometryQuartz
Bizarre Rectangle Iceberg Spotted by NASA Near to Larsen C Ice ShelfNewsweek
Perfectly Rectangular Iceberg Spotted Near Antarctica's Larsen C Ice Shelf [Photo]The Inquisitr
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Mars likely to have enough oxygen to support life: study - Phys.Org

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Mars likely to have enough oxygen to support life: study
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Salty water just below the surface of Mars could hold enough oxygen to support the kind of microbial life that emerged and flourished on Earth billions of years ago, researchers reported Monday. In some locations, the amount of oxygen available could ...
Salty water on Mars could have enough oxygen to support lifeUSA TODAY
Mars could have enough breathable air for organisms, research showsThe Florida Times-Union
Mars researchers confirm potential for breathable airSlashGear
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Rarely seen 'headless chicken monster' actually a sea cucumber spotted in Southern Ocean - NBCNews.com

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Rarely seen 'headless chicken monster' actually a sea cucumber spotted in Southern Ocean
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Expanding camera technology has allowed us to capture more and more with each technological advancement. Now, new camera technology developed by Australian researchers is shedding light on the deeper parts of the ocean and exactly what lives ...
Researchers just found a bizarre 'headless chicken monster' swimming deep in the Antarctic OceanUSA TODAY
'Headless Chicken Monster' Spotted Off Antarctic Coast For First TimeHuffPost
'Headless chicken monster' discovered deep in the Southern OceanFox News
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How Many Space Stations Does This Planet Need? - New York Times

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How Many Space Stations Does This Planet Need?
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NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. At one end of Bigelow Aerospace's factory is a mock-up of a gargantuan home for future astronauts. With a unique design it could be packed into a rocket, then unfurled in space it would comfortably house a dozen people ...
NASA lost a rover and other space artifacts due to sloppy management, report saysThe Verge
Open House Saturday at NASA Johnson Space Center in HoustonU.S. News & World Report
NASA celebrates 60 years of successThe Signal
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Stephen Hawking's most prized possessions go under the hammer - CNN

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Stephen Hawking's most prized possessions go under the hammer
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Some of the most prized and significant possessions of the brilliant British physicist Stephen Hawking are to go under the hammer at Christie's in London later this month, including a copy of his PhD thesis, a script for the TV series "The Simpsons ...
Stephen Hawking's Thesis, First Wheelchair to Be Auctioned OffLive Science
Stephen Hawking's Wheelchair and PhD Thesis Among His Belongings for Sale in Upcoming AuctionYahoo News
Stephen Hawking's wheelchair is warping the price-value continuumQuartz
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Bizarre, 185 million-year-old Jurassic-era mammal found with 38 babies - Fox News

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Bizarre, 185 million-year-old Jurassic-era mammal found with 38 babies
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New fossils of an extinct mammal relative and her 38 babies are among the best evidence that a major evolutional development for mammals occurred, allowing them to trade increased reproductive ability for bigger brains. The discovery is extremely rare ...

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