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"There's a reason we call the robot Perseverance. Because going to Mars is hard," NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said just before liftoff.
This photo provided by NASA, a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket launches at Space Launch Complex 41 at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Thursday, July 30, 2020, in Cape Canaveral, Fla. NASA's Perseverance blasted off atop an Atlas V rocket ...
 
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Money ~can~ buy happiness, it seems.
Ever since lockdown restrictions have loosened, you might have noticed that you have been adding to cart and checking out every opportunity you get. Online shopping boomed especially during the quarantine period primarily because it’s more convenient compared to heading out to the outside ...
 
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Is it really just because they love you?
Often when you wake up in the morning, the first thing you do (after checking your phone) is head to the banyo to pee. And if you live with a dog, you probably open the bathroom door and find a pair of ...
 
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We're not alone.
It seems we’re really not alone. A new study published in The Astrophysical Journal suggests that there are at least 36 other alien civilizations capable of communicating in our galaxy, the Milky Way.Initially, the Drake Equation is what scientists used to estimate the ...
 
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The shot is given yearly for both adults and children.
While there is still no specific vaccine for the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), an infectious disease expert is saying that the flu vaccine and pneumonia vaccine can protect against the severe complications of the disease.According to Dr. Lulu Bravo, Philippine Foundation for Vaccination ...
 
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We may not be known for science, but the Philippines has made some remarkable contributions to the field.
You may have read Filipino Invention Myths We Totally Fell For and learned that no, a Filipino did not invent the fluorescent lamp. No, a Filipino did not invent the Armalite. No, ancient Filipinos did not use yoyos as weapons. When it comes ...
 
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If we really have to sacrifice sleep, we’ll have to choose wisely what we’re sacrificing it for.
To all our fellow all-nighters, our “isang episode na lang” squad, and everyone else who’s had to skip on sleep on weekdays thinking they can just catch up on it later, we come bearing bad news.   Unfortunately for us, it seems that ...
 
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It's been 9 years since astronauts have been launched into space.
It’s a great day for science and space enthusiasts as SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket successfully left Earth on May 30 for the International Space Station. In a report by space.com, aboard the rocket are two NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, ...
 
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Could it be true?
Could the The King: Eternal Monarch, and the premise of hundreds of science fiction novels over the years, actually be spot on? A discovery from NASA seems to prove so as a group of scientists working at the Antarctic reported evidence of ...
 
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Here one reason not to miss swimming.
We know being at home this summer is making you yearn for the life when you could freely just jump into a pool with friends. But here's one reason to miss swimming a little less...Let's be honest: At some point, you’ve all ...
 
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It sure feels like it!
The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration on May 1 warned that higher temperatures may be recorded this month. "We could experience the hottest or maximum temperature," said Ana Liza Solis chief of the the agency's climate monitoring and prediction section ...
 
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It's an interplanetary emissary sent to say, 'Hello, take care.'
An asteroid that looks like it's wearing a face mask will whiz past Earth on April 29. The interplanetary emissary sent to say “Hello, take care” as the world grapples with a pandemic is officially called 52768 (1998 OR2) and was first ...
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