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Pacific Salmon Tracked In Huge Study


Sean Brennan, a former University of Utah grad student in biology, has just published a new study on Pacific salmon in the journal Science Advances. It is reportedly the largest study yet on the travels of salmon in Alaska. Brennan, ...

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Six Healed, Endangered Turtles Released into the Ocean

Six endangered turtles released into the ocean after being nursed back to health

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Waving their flippers at the crowds when they were carried to the ocean, it is a moment worth watching at six endangered turtles were nursed backed to health and were released back into their home. Five of Kemp’s Ridley turtles ...

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Mysterious Dark Star Clusters Found

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According to new research soon to be published in the Astrophysical Journal, a team of astronomers have located a number of globular star clusters with masses that register significantly beyond what one would expect using the standard model for the ...

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Mars The Red Planet Has A Blue Sunset


According to a newly released statement from NASA (The National Aeronautics and Space Administration), Mars, the famed Red Planet, actually has a blue sunset. NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover took images on April 15 in between numerous dust storms in Gale ...

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Why 3 Astronauts Are Stuck In Space For Another Month

Progress Spacecraft Spins Out of Control in Space Drama

A failed Russian cargo mission to space was the result of a leak in the Soyuz rocket, officials said today. The discovery has prompted officials to ask three astronauts on board the International Space Station who were set to return ...

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NuSTAR Observations of 1987A Might Unveil Secrets of Stellar Death

1987A Explosion, Observed by NuSTAR Reveals Mysteries of Stellar Death

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Recent observations of a newly exploded star called the 1987A by NuSTAR has supported some of the primary theories about the inner workings of the supernovae. With the latest observations at NuSTAR, 1987A is again proving to be a useful ...

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