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NASA Looking to Name Five Craters on Planet Mercury

NASA Looking to Name Five Craters on Planet Mercury

An innovative contest has been launched by NASA and this contest will take help of the general public and honor a select group of individuals.

Pierre to host Annual Christmas Bird Count this Saturday

Pierre to host Annual Christmas Bird Count this Saturday

Pierre, capital of the state of South Dakota, will host annual Christmas Bird Count this Saturday. This year's event will be 115th and local birding enthusiasts are supposed to take part in that.

Men with higher testosterone like spicier foods

Men with higher testosterone like spicier foods

According to a new study, men with a high level of testosterone, are likely to prefer spicier foods in their diet. The study was conducted by researchers at the University of Grenoble.

Excess use of Facebook may lead to impulse control disorders, study

Excess use of Facebook may lead to impulse control disorders, study

According to a new study, excess use of social networking sites like Facebook may lead to several control disorders, including substance abuse.

Salt Consumption Safer Than Sugar: Research

Salt Consumption Safer Than Sugar: Research

As per a new research, sugar can be more hazardous to health compared to salt. The research found that intake of sugar in excess can lead to increased risk of high blood pressure.

HPV vaccine does not affect sexual promiscuity

HPV vaccine does not affect sexual promiscuity

According to a new study, the HPV vaccine is not linked to sexual promiscuity among teen girls and does not affect sexual behaviour.

New tool to detect mental conditions from tweets

New tool to detect mental conditions from tweets

A team of scientists are using a tool that can analyse tweets to offer a fast and cost-effective solution to mental conditions.

Coventry Amateur Astronomer wins Sir Patrick Moore Prize

Coventry Amateur Astronomer wins Sir Patrick Moore Prize

Cameron Watson, 16, a young amateur astronomer from Coventry who is a sixth former at Kenilworth Castle College, won a prestigious award for his outstanding star-gazing talents.

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NASA spends $349 Million to build a Tower, then shuts it down without ever using

In June, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) had finished work on a huge laboratory tower in Mississippi. The structure, which was designed to test a new rocket engine in a chamber that mimicked the vacuum of space, cost about $349 million.

The United States space agency had spent a huge amount of money on the tower...

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