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  • Water vapor found on Jupiter's moon Ganymede

    Scientists have discovered for the first time traces of water vapor in the atmosphere of Ganymede, Jupiter's largest moon. The US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) shared the results of observations made by the Hubble Space Telesc

  • Italy defeat England on penalty kicks to win Euro 2020 title

    Italy was crowned the winners of the EURO 2020 on Sunday after defeating England on penalties at London's iconic Wembley Stadium. England made a great start to the match with an early goal by Luke Shaw from six yards out in the second minute, assist

  • The world population will reach more than 9 billion by 2050

    According to the latest statistics, the population of the globe has reached more than 7 billion and 875 million people, and the proportion is expected to reach 9 billion and 700 million people by 2050. July 11 of each year was set as World Populatio

  • WFP: 41 million people suffer from starvation in the world

    The World Food Program expects to raise the number of people at risk of famine at the end of this month from 34 million to 41 million in the world. The World Food Program announced in a report that it expects the number of people at risk of starvati

  • NASA plans two new missions to Venus

    NASA on Wednesday announced plans to launch two new scientific missions to Venus between 2028 and 2030 — its first in decades — to study the atmosphere and geologic features of Earth’s so-called sister planet. The United States space agency said it

  • 21 Runners Dead as Extreme Weather Hits China Ultramarathon

    At least 21 people have been killed after hail, freezing rain and high winds struck during an ultramarathon in China’s northwestern Gansu province, local officials said. “Abrupt, extreme weather” hit a high-altitude section of the 100-kilometre cros

  • Chinese rocket debris falls over the Indian Ocean near Maldives

    Debris from China's Long March rocket, announced to be out of control on May 7, fell to Earth in the Indian Ocean near Maldives early Sunday. Parts of the debris returned to the Earth at 10.24 Chinese local time (0224GMT), according to a statement b

  • SpaceX brings 4 astronauts back to Earth

    Four astronauts who completed their missions at the International Space Station (ISS) returned to Earth on Sunday. Dragon capsule of SpaceX carrying US astronauts Michael Hopkins, Victor Glover, and Shannon Walker along with Soichi Noguchi, an astro

  • 8 killed in Himalayan state avalanche

    At least eight people were killed and 384 others rescued after an avalanche close to border with China hit northern India, the army said on Saturday morning. India’s Border Roads Organization (BRO) personnel and General Reserve Engineer Force were r

  • NASA Ingenuity helicopter makes historic flight on Mars

    NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter has made a historic flight on Mars, marking the first powered aircraft on another planet. “Altimeter data confirms that Ingenuity has performed its first flight, the first flight of a powered aircraft on another planet,”

  • UAE partners with Japan's ispace to send rover to the moon in 2022

    Lunar exploration company ispace will transport a United Arab Emirates rover to the moon in 2022, the company said on Wednesday, as the UAE pushes for rapid expansion in the space exploration business to diversify its economy. The UAE is using its s

  • Ramadan fasting safe in COVID-19 pandemic: UK study

    Fasting practices in the United Kingdom during Ramadan last year did not lead to higher COVID-19 mortality rates among Muslims, according to a new report. The study, published on Thursday in the peer-reviewed Journal of Global Health, said there was

  • China launches new satellite

    China on Wednesday launched a new satellite into space to study electromagnetic environment detection, local media reported. The remote sensing satellite – named Yaogan-33 – carried by Indigenously developed rocket Long March-4C was launched from Ji

  • 143 satellites on one rocket

    US aerospace manufacturer and space transportation services company SpaceX successfully launched 143 small satellites into space Sunday, a new record for a single rocket. The Transporter-1 mission, delayed on Saturday due to adverse weather conditio

  • China rescues 11 miners after 14 days trapped underground

    Eleven workers trapped for two weeks by an explosion inside a Chinese gold mine were brought safely to the surface on Sunday. State broadcaster CCTV showed miners being hauled up one-by-one in baskets, their eyes shielded to protect them after so ma

  • World's oldest living person celebrates 118th birthday

    Kane Tanaka, a Japanese woman recognized by Guinness World Records as the world's oldest living person, turned 118 on Saturday, according to local media. Tanaka, born on Jan. 2, 1903, celebrated her 118th birthday at a care facility in Fukuoka, sout

  • Warnings of a volcano eruption in the western Caribbean

    Volcanoes that have been quiet for decades are rumbling to life in the eastern Caribbean, prompting officials to issue alerts in Martinique and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines as scientists rush in to study activity they say has not been observed in

  • Everest's latest height: 8,848.86 meters

    China and Nepal on Tuesday ended a years-long dispute over the height of world's top mountain peak, both announcing its current height at 8,848.86 meters (29,031.69 feet). The latest measurement was announced after the presidents of the two countrie

  • Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona dies

    Argentine legend Diego Armando Maradona died Thursday, according to local media outlet Clarin. He was 60. Clarin said Maradona died after suffering cardiac arrest at home in Tigre, Argentina. Argentine Football Association also offered condolences

  • NASA confirms water's presence on Moon's sunlit surface

    NASA announced Monday it has confirmed the presence of water on the sunlit side of the Moon, marking a historic discovery with implications for US plans to send a manned crew to Mars. The discovery was made with SOFIA, NASA's airborne observatory ru

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