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Astronomers discover first "changing look" quasar

Astronomers discover first "changing look" quasar

A team of astronomers from Yale University have been able to identify the first "changing look" quasar.

Ashwin Vasavada succeeds John Grotzinger as NASA's New Curiosity Rover Science Chief

Ashwin Vasavada succeeds John Grotzinger as NASA's New Curiosity Rover Science C

NASA has appointed Ashwin Vasavada as the new Curiosity Rover Science Chief.

Volcanic eruption near Tonga likely to create a new island

Volcanic eruption near Tonga likely to create a new island

The birth of an island is in progress as for about a month, a volcano in the ocean around 40 miles northwest of Nuku'alofa has been erupting.

Sea Turtles Use Magnetic Field to find their Home

Sea Turtles Use Magnetic Field to find their Home

In order to orientate themselves in the oceans, loggerhead sea turtles use earth’s magnetic field like GPS.

Researchers extract DNA from extinct Giant Kangaroo

Researchers extract DNA from extinct Giant Kangaroo

A team of researchers have been able to successfully extract DNA from a pair of giant kangaroos that died about 45,000 years ago.

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory to develop World’s largest camera

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory to develop World’s largest camera

The SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory of the Department of Energy is planning to develop the world’s largest camera with an impressive 32,000 mega-pixel sensor.

Painting could help in interesting scientific discoveries: Edward Belbruno

Painting could help in interesting scientific discoveries: Edward Belbruno

Renowned mathematician and author of 'Fly Me to the Moon', Edward Belbruno, uses his paintings to help interesting scientific discoveries.

Breakouts continue to advance upslope of stalled June 27 Lava Flow front in Puna

Breakouts continue to advance upslope of stalled June 27 Lava Flow front in Puna

The lava from Kilauea Volcano's June 27 eruption that threatened Pahoa village has slowed down during the recent days.

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Telefónica signs “exclusivity agreement” with Hutchison to offload O2

Spanish telecoms giant Telefónica has revealed that it has worked out an “exclusivity agreement” with Hong Kong-based Hutchison Whampoa – the parent company of UK mobile operator Three – for offloading its UK subsidiary O2, in a £10.25 billion cash deal.

According to the details shared by Telefónica, the agreement which the company is...

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