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World’s Oldest Known Natural Pearl Discovered By Archaeologists in Abu Dhabi

Archaeologists recently discovered the world’s oldest known natural pearl off the coast of Abu Dhabi. (Photo Credit: AETOSWire) The world’s oldest known natural pearl has been unearthed at a Neolithic site off the coast of Abu Dhabi. Archaeologists found the “Abu Dhabi Pearl” at an excavation site on Marawah Island, the Abu Dhabi Department of Culture and Tourism …

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Venomous Puss Caterpillars Return to Southeastern US

Venomous puss caterpillars have returned to Florida and other states. (Photo Credit: Bri Oteri / Facebook) They may look cute and fuzzy, but you do not want to touch venomous puss caterpillars: These critters have returned to parts of the southeastern U.S., including Florida, and they deliver very painful bites. Puss caterpillars, which look like …

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SpaceX Wants to Launch 30,000 More Starlink Satellites

SpaceX recently filed a request to launch 30,000 more Starlink satellites to space. (Photo Credit: SpaceX) SpaceX’s Starlink constellation, a massive internet network based in space, may be expanding in the future. The company recently requested permission from the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) to launch 30,000 more Starlink satellites, SpaceNews reported. SpaceX’s Starlink constellation was introduced …

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Astronomers Use Massive Galaxy Cluster to ‘Peer Back in Time’

Astronomers recently used a giant cluster of galaxies as an X-ray magnifying lens to spot a tiny, star-forming dwarf galaxy for the first time. The team, which was able to “peer back in time” to approximately 9.4 billion years ago, detected the tiny dwarf galaxy, which was experiencing its first, high-energy stages of star formation, …

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‘Drunk’ Bees Are Stumbling Around Australian Parliament House

The head beekeeper of Australia’s Parliament House (APH) explained why “intoxicated” bees have been showing up in the area. (Photo Credit: Cormac Farrell / Twitter) A group of bees in Australia are taking the term “buzzed” to a new level: People have noticed the flying insects stumbling around Australia’s Parliament House (APH) in Canberra and …

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These New Coca-Cola Bottles Are Made From Marine Plastic

Coca-Cola announced new plastic bottles made with 25 percent marine plastic. (Photo Credit: The Coca-Cola Co. / YouTube) Coca-Cola has done all kinds of gimmicky things with the labels on its bottles over the years. This new one’s actually telling you a little something about the bottle it is wrapped around. The greenish background and …

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NASA’s Ionosphere-Focused ICON Mission Is Set to Launch to Space

NASA’s Ionospheric Connection Explorer (ICON) satellite is ready to explore the region where our planet’s weather and space weather meet. The agency’s ICON satellite is set to takeoff from a Northrop Grumman Pegasus XL rocket carried by an L-1011 Stargazer aircraft from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, on Wednesday, NASA said in a press release. …

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Hubble Space Telescope Gets Close-Up View of Not-So-‘Dead’ Galaxy

The Hubble Space Telescope took a close-up view of Messier 110, a neighboring galaxy that is home to a population of young, blue stars. (Photo Credit: ESA / Hubble & NASA, L. Ferrarese et al.) Messier 110, a neighboring galaxy of the Milky Way, may not look as dazzling as other celestial sights, but the …

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Was Venus Once Habitable? – Geek.com

Once upon a time (700 million years ago), in a faraway land (the Solar System), there may have existed a temperate planet hosting liquid water. A new study by the Goddard Institute for Space Science (GISS) highlights Venus’s climatic history—and its implications for habitability on exoplanets in similar orbits. Four decades ago, NASA’s Pioneer Venus …

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Tourists Caught Trespassing, Leaning Dangerously Close to Yellowstone’s Old Faithful

Two men were caught on camera trespassing and taking close-up pictures of Old Faithful at Yellowstone National Park. (Photo Credit: Kimberly Guilliams / Facebook) Two tourists are facing charges after a visitor photographed them trespassing and leaning dangerously close to Yellowstone National Park’s Old Faithful geyser on September 10. Kimberly Guilliams was visiting Old Faithful with …

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Watch: Leaping Dolphin Shocks Surfer at California Beach

A surfer was shocked when a dolphin leaped out of the water feet away from him off a California beach. (Photo Credit: janeb13 / Pixabay) A California surfer recently had the scare of his life when a playful dolphin suddenly came out of the water and leaped a few feet behind him. Footage captured on …

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Watch: Police Use Tasers to Free Moose Tangled in Hammock

Wyoming police officers used tasers to incapacitate and free a bull moose tangled in a hammock on September 8. (Photo Credit: Richard Lee / Pixabay) Police officers recently rescued a bull moose after its antlers were caught in a hammock outside a home in Pinedale, Wyoming. Authorities responded to reports of the troubled moose, which …

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