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Humans won’t survive another 1,000 years on Earth: Stephen Hawking

Humans won’t survive another 1,000 years on Earth: Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking, the world's most celebrated astrophysicist, has issued a call for humans to continue to explore the space to ensure a future for humanity.

Arctic Sea ice 28% down as temperatures 36 degrees above normal: study

Arctic Sea ice 28% down as temperatures 36 degrees above normal: study

Sea ice around the North Pole is nearly 28 per cent down and average temperature is roughly 36 degrees above the normal, according to a new study by NASA researchers.

Scientists drill into Chicxulub Crater to better understand the hollow feature

Scientists drill into Chicxulub Crater to better understand the hollow feature

A massive asteroid slammed into the Earth nearly 65 million years ago, bringing the dinosaur epoch to an end and producing a massive crater in the process.

International crew on the way to ISS

International crew on the way to ISS

Carrying a trio of astronauts for a six-month mission to the International Space Station (ISS), Soyuz FG rocket blasted off from its pad at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at GMT-5; 2:20 a.

Florida sets aside 13 areas to protect vulnerable wildlife

Florida sets aside 13 areas to protect vulnerable wildlife

More than a dozen areas across the state of Florida have been set aside to protect vulnerable wildlife during critical times such as breeding, feeding and migration, officials announced on Wednesda

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