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Were dinosaurs killed off by a 'one-two punch''
Princeton University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology collected 50 samples of rocks from the India's Deccan Traps and found an eruption began 250,000 years before the asteroid strike.
Orion spacecraft splashes down after test flight
NASA's new Orion spacecraft made a "bullseye" splashdown in the Pacific on Friday following a dramatic test flight that took it to a zenith height of 5,800 kilometres and ushered in a new era of human exploration aiming for Mars
New dinosaur finds soar in 'golden age' of discovery
This year, paleontologists unearthed skeletons of two titanosaurs, the biggest dinosaurs ever found; spinosaurus, the first semi-aquatic dinosaur; the first feathered plant-eating dinosaur, and many more. Where are all these new dinosaurs coming from?
Denying Problems When We Don’t Like the Solutions
There may be a scientific answer for why conservatives and liberals disagree so vehemently over the existence of issues like climate change and specific types of crime.
A new study from Duke University finds that people will evaluate scientific evidenc
The Physics of the Hendo Hoverboard
Image: Hendo Hoverboards This hoverboard looks like the real deal - unlike the recent fake hoverboard. Although I'm not exactly sure how the Hendo Hoverbo works, I have a pretty good guess.
Siding Spring comet buzzes Mars
'We certainly have fingers crossed for the first images of a comet from the surface of another world,' said NASA program scientist Kelly Fast
Why Canadian astronauts secretly hate Chris Hadfield
The head of NASA startled an Ottawa audience Thursday when he announced out of the blue: “Chris Hadfield is infamous.”
Charles Bolden, as NASA’s administrator, is Hadfield’s former boss. And over lunch with the Canadian Club he started to improvise.
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