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The 2020 Perseid meteor shower peaks soon: How to watch the show

Some 2019 Perseids, as seen from Macedonia. Spaceweather.com/Stojan Stojanovski It is early August, and this means that the annual Perseid meteor shower is active and soon to be reached. Perseids are one of the best, brightest batches of star shoots, and feel that we can use them now more than ever to add a little wonder and distraction to them …

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Scientists have solved the puzzle surrounding the reptile with a half-length neck that lived about 242 million years ago – it went viral

A species of reptile, which lived during the Middle Triassic about 242 million years ago, named Tanystropheus with a truly long neck has been a marvel to scientists since a fossil was discovered in 1852. However, recently, in a new study, scientists shared some completely amazing facts surrounding the animal. This news soon reached social media, and has since created …

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‘Hell Ant’ Saved Its Prey To Save 99 Million Years

A prehistoric “hell ant” in the middle of the victim’s grip on his unusual mouth was found preserved in 99-million-year-old amber. According to ScienceAlert, the frozen specimen captures the predator “actively feeding” another insect, which is said to be a missing relative of the cockroach. It is shown using a jaw-like scythe to pin its victim against a protruding horn-like …

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NASA overthrew the violence charged by the bodies of the skies

Today, NASA is adding celestial bodies to the list which includes Aunt Jemima, the Washington Football Team and the makers of The Chicks and Lady A. The “Eskimo Nebula” and “Siamese Twins Galaxy” are exposed, for example. “Nicknames are often more approachable and friendly to officials than official names for cosmic objects, such as Barnard 33, whose nickname ‘Horsehead Nebula’ …

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Best Trial Shows Which Mask Faces Best

By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, August 7, 2020 (HealthDay News) – When it comes to face masks, not everyone is equally effective, there is a new study. Duke University researchers have developed a method of examining different types of masks to see which works best to stop droplets coming from people’s mouths, preventing the spread of new coronavirus. They …

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Solve the Mystery: 240-million-year-old reptiles live in the ocean

An ancient reptile standing because of its long, giraffe neck may have lived in the ocean, and not on land, scientists say. The findings, published in the journal Current Biology, is based on a digital reconstruction of the crushed skull Tanystropheus, who lived more than 240 million years ago. Although first described in 1852, scientists are debating whether the reptile, …

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This Face Covering Is Really Worse Than No Mask At All, Study Searches

While it has become more widely accepted in recent months that covering a person’s nose and mouth can help reduce coronavirus case numbers, experts warn time and time again that all caps of the face is not created equal. Recently, Duke University professors conducted an easy-to-replicate test to measure how effective a variety of masks and masks can be in …

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