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Forget having hundreds of Facebook contacts, our brains can only cope with FOUR true friends

a shared story    1 hour 40 minutes ago
The researchers from Oxford University analysed six billion mobile phone calls made by 35 million people during 2007 to test how many close friends people really have. Stock image. 



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1 Star, 3 Exoplanets: The Potentially Habitable TRAPPIST-1 System in Images

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On May 2, 2016, scientists announced the discovery of TRAPPIST-1, an alien solar system 40 light-years from Earth with a tiny, ultracool dwarf star and three small exoplanets that just might be habitable. 



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The record breaking REAL hoverboard: French daredevil travels more than 2,250 meters on his jet powered gadget

a shared story    3 hours 40 minutes ago
The 37-year-old used his Flyboard Air to break the record off the French Atlantic town of Sausset-les-Pins. He reached a height of 50 meters (165ft) and the record attempt lasted seven minutes. 



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Three Nearby Alien Planets Could Host Life, Only 40 Light-Years Away | Video

a shared story    4 hours 40 minutes ago
If you're going to look for life beyond our solar system, the best yet place to look has just been discovered. Astronomers have detected 3 worlds, similar in size and tempature as Venus and Earth, orbiting dwarf star 2MASS J23062928-0502285. 



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3 planets orbiting dwarf star prime spots to search for life

a shared story    5 hours 40 minutes ago
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) -- Astronomers searching for extraterrestrial life may need to look no farther than a small, nearby star.... 



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Nasa claims our moon's 'tattoos' were caused by solar wind

a shared story    6 hours 40 minutes ago
Researchers from Nasa's Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland used to computer models to test how lunar particles react to solar wind. Shown is the Reiner Gamma region of the moon. 



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Asteroid Bennu Could Be A 22nd Century Problem For Earth | Video

a shared story    7 hours 40 minutes ago
NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission will study the space rock that is 4 to 5 thousand times larger than the asteroid that exploded over the skies of Chelyabinsk in 2013. There is a small probability that it could hit Earth late in the 22nd century. 



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'Rocket Girls' Blasts Off in Washington DC

a shared story    8 hours 40 minutes ago
Author Nathalia Holt signs her new book on early rocket history with an apt prescription to women who might aspire to become space scientists: "Reach for the Stars!" 



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'Salt' telescope spots the first evidence of a white dwarf pulsar in the distant universe

a shared story    9 hours 40 minutes ago
The Salt telescope used spectroscopy light to prove the existence of the white dwarf pulsar. A white dwarf star is pictured in the constellation Aquarius 



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Juice May Keep Sick Kids Hydrated Better Than Pricey Drinks

a shared story    10 hours 40 minutes ago
For young children with a mild "stomach bug," diluted apple juice may be just as good as more expensive drinks with electrolytes. 



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Revealed, Craig Wright IS the creator of Bitcoin: Entrepreneur publicly outs himself as the brains behind the cryptocurrency

a shared story    12 hours 40 minutes ago
Dr Wright, from Sydney, was named as the founder in a report released at the end of last year and the 45-year-old has now outed himself publicly for the first time. Coin used as an illustration. 



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What it's REALLY like to be a tourist in Antarctica

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It hasn’t been a tourist destination for long, it’s not cheap, and it’s not for the faint-hearted, but a cruise to Antarctica is worthy of a place at the very top of your bucket list reports MailOnline Travel. 



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