Humans Can Learn Echolocation in 10 Weeks, New Study Shows

[ad_1] New research has found that it is possible for people to learn click-based echolocation in just 10 weeks. It worked for people of very different ages, and it showed to be a skill that anyone can learn, not just the visually impaired. For the longest time, bats and dolphins were two commonly cited examples […]

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Dinosaur Discovered in Australia Identified as New Species, Could Be One of the Largest of Its Kind

[ad_1] According to paleontologists, a giant dinosaur discovered on the outskirts of Australia has been identified as a new species and recognized as one of the largest to roam the earth. Australotitan coperensis, part of the titanosaur family that lived about 100 million years ago, is finally named and described 15 years after its bones […]

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NASA Set to Launch $10-Billion James Webb Space Telescope on December 18

[ad_1] NASA said Wednesday that the James Webb Space Telescope, which astronomers hope will usher in a new era of exploration, will launch on December 18. The $10 billion (approximately Rs 73,700 crore) observatory, which is a joint project by? NASA, ns european space agency and the Canadian Space Agency, will explode Ariane 5 rocket […]

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‘Internet Apocalypse’: Severe Solar Storm Could Force World Offline for Weeks, Even Months

[ad_1] A new study warns that a super solar storm, which occurs roughly once a century, could plunge the world into an “internet apocalypse”, keeping large sections of society offline for weeks or months. The Sun constantly bombards Earth with electromagnetic particles. These particles – which make up the solar wind – are usually sent […]

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‘Shark-Toothed’ Dinosaur That Competed With T-Rex Lived in Present Uzbekistan 90 Million Years Ago

[ad_1] A giant dinosaur with ‘shark-like’ teeth in present-day Uzbekistan, during the Cretaceous period, about 90 million years ago, says a new study. The meat-eating dinosaur was 7.5–8 m long and weighed 1,000 kg – which would make it slightly taller than an African elephant and heavier than two fully grown water buffaloes. Researchers were […]

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MIT Researchers Build Powerful Superconducting Magnet That Can Lead to Clean Fusion Energy

[ad_1] A group of physicists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) recently made a feat that could pave the way for practical carbon-free electricity. It took three years to make this achievement. It is the result of intensive research and design work, the project leaders say. For the first time, researchers have created a […]

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NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Captures Jupiter’s Biggest Moon Ganymede in Spectacular Photos

[ad_1] NASA’s Juno spacecraft has obtained the first images of Jupiter’s largest moon Ganymede, as it flew past the icy moon Monday. Juno is only the second spacecraft flown by Ganymede in two decades. NASA shared two photos on its Instagram handle, which give us a closer and detailed view of the surface of the […]

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