Amazing Planet

There’s Mounting Evidence The Continent of Africa Is Splitting in Two

A large crack, stretching several kilometers, made a sudden appearance earlier this year in south-western Kenya. The tear, which continues…

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Artificial Intelligence Helps Identify Previously Unknown Human Species 

Artificial Intelligence Helps Identify Previously Unknown Human Species By combining deep learning algorithms and statistical methods, investigators have identified, in…

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Scientists Drill One Kilometer Beneath Antarctica, Find Environment Teeming with Life

Researchers from the Scientific Access to the Antarctic Subglacial Lakes (SALSA) project have found life in water samples taken from…

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China Set to Build Lunar Colony and is set to Return to the  Moon This Year

The Chinese space agency (CNSA) has made history after successfully landing a lander and a rover on the far side…

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Earth’s Magnetic Field is Acting up and Geologists Don’t Know Why

The release of the World Magnetic Model has been postponed to 30 January due to the ongoing US government shutdown. Something…

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Snowfall Surprised the Arizona Desert and the Images are Stunning

It’s no surprise that when it snows in the desert, it is a sight worth seeing, and probably photographing. Rare snow…

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The Species We’ve Lost to Extinction in 2018

Countless animal species have existed on Earth for millions and millions of years. But as time moves forward, ecosystems change.…

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The Asteroid That Brought an End to The Dinosaurs Unleashed a Global Tsunami

And it is believed that the Tsunami was one of the biggest ever on Earth. The impact of the asteroid…

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The Sahara Cycles Between Dry and Wet Climate Every 20,000 Years

Dust deposited on the coasts of West Africa during the last 240,000 years reveals that the Sahara – the largest…

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How China’s Queqiao Relay Satellite Plays a Key Role in Exploring the Far Side of the Moon

China has become the first country in history to successfully land a spacecraft on the far side of the moon.…

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