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NASA likely to face 0.8% cut in budget
Researchers discover tardigrades’ superpowers identified in their DNA
SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket carrying TV broadcast satellite launched
President Trump Announces Minor Budget Cuts for NASA
Earth Hour: Government and other Organizations Take Part in Global Initiative

Lights were turned off in 170 countries across the world to mark Earth Hour in order to draw attention to climate change. Millions of people across thousands of cities marked the day with enthusiasm while some were commenting on impact of such events during times of climate change denial.

German scientists testing world’s largest ‘artificial sun’

German scientists are testing a new device that is being described as the world’s largest “artificial sun” in Juelich, roughly 30 kilometers west of Cologne.

Supermassive Black Hole Pushed out of Galactic Core by Strong Gravitational Force

Strong gravitational forces could be behind a super massive black hole moving out of its galactic core at a speed of 4.7 million miles per hour, as per a new research based on data collected using Hubble Space Telescope.

Researchers proposes radical overhaul of dinosaurs’ family tree

Proposing a radical overhaul of the dinosaurs’ family tree, a team of researchers said that the meat-eating group of the extinct creatures that includes Tyrannosaurus rex shouldn’t be placed with the long-necked, four-legged plant-eaters like Brontosaurus.

Animal lovers eagerly waiting for ‘April the giraffe’ to go into labor

Thousands of animal lovers continue to watch live giraffe cam from the Animal Adventure Park as they are eagerly waiting for “April the giraffe” to go into labor.

Debate over Great Barrier Reef’s death continues

Earlier this month, the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA) of Australia warned that numerous species in the popular reef would struggle to fully recover as it is experiencing an unprecedented mass coral bleaching for the second year in a row.