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  • 10 mind-blowing facts about black holes | Science | Blog | Qatar Day
  • 10 mind-blowing facts about black holes

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    Black holes are the only objects in the universe that can trap light by sheer gravitational force.
    Scientists believe they are formed when the corpse of a massive star collapses in on itself, becoming so dense that it warps t

  • NASA Just Released 56 Of Their Technology Patents For Free Public Use | Science
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  • NASA Just Released 56 Of Their Technology Patents

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    NASA’s treasure chest of freely available resources isn’t just good for your laptop’s wallpaper. Last week, they released 56 of their previously patented technologies into the public domain for anybody to use.

  • NASA Announces The Discovery Of More Than 1,200 New Exoplanets | Science | Blogs
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  • NASA Announces The Discovery Of More Than 1,200

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    NASA has announced a major breakthrough in its efforts to find planets outside the Solar System, leading them to reveal 1,284 new planets discovered by its Kepler space telescope. This is more than double the number it had found so far, which

  • Scientific study says it's possible to bring the dead back to life 
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  • Scientific study says it's possible to bring the

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    Can the dead be brought back to life? Scientific research has just gone one step further in the ambitious quest for regenerating the brains of clinically dead people. If this doesn’t seem fascinating enough, then associated studies have now

  • Scientists have solved an ancient Peruvian mystery from space | Science | Blogs
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  • Scientists have solved an ancient Peruvian

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    Archaeologists have used high-resolution satellite snapshots to finally piece together a mystery surrounding the ancient people of Peru's famous Nazca region.
    The mystery centers around a series of carefully built, spiral

  • Rapetosaurus could walk shortly after hatching: Research | Science | Blogs
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  • Rapetosaurus could walk shortly after hatching:

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    Among most of the species, mother cares for the baby during the first few crucial moments of life. However, a recent discovery suggests titanosaur species Rapetosaurus krausei was capable to look after itself straight after hatching from the egg.

  • Scientists Discovered A Planet That Really Looks Like Hell! | Science | Blogs
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  • Scientists Discovered A Planet That Really Looks

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    Can you imagine a planet that looks like a hell?
    Based on myth and religion, hell is a place of suffering and sanction for the souls of the dead people. In literature, it is the precise and the horrible opposite of heaven.

  • Our Universe Is Expanding A Lot Faster Than We Thought | Science | Blogs
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  • Our Universe Is Expanding A Lot Faster Than We

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    The universe is expanding at an accelerating rate. This is a problem: The continuation of this will result in universe-wide cooling, eventually becoming too cold to sustain life. Ultimately, with heat evenly distributed across the cosmos, time

  • This is the scientific reason we're addicted to our phones | Science | Blogs
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  • This is the scientific reason we're addicted to

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    Whether you're working in your office, walking down the street, or eating in a restaurant, there's usually one common factor: people are looking at their phones. Internal medicine physician and filmmaker Delaney Ruston dropped by Business

  • A monster black hole was found in an unexpected part of the universe 
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  • A monster black hole was found in an unexpected

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    Astronomers have found a supermassive black hole at the center of a galaxy in a "sparsely populated" area of the universe, NASA announced yesterday. The finding is important because black holes that size were believed to exist only at

  • Manta Rays Recognize Their Reflection In Mirror And May Be Self-Aware | Science
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  • Manta Rays Recognize Their Reflection In Mirror

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    Scientists have filmed giant manta rays checking out their reflections, showing that they could be self-aware. Some, however, remain skeptical and believe that only primates and a small of group of animals could pass the mirror test and maintain