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*Researchers confirm Earth’s inner core is solid
A new study has confirmed that the Earth inner core is solid but probably a lot softer than previously thought.
*Evidence of a galactic collision
Astronomers have discovered evidence confirming a collision took place between the Large and Small Magellanic clouds – two of the nearest galaxies to the Milky Way.
*Soyuz launches resume
Russia has resumed launches of Soyuz rockets with a Soyuz 2.1b blasting into orbit carrying a Russian military spy satellite from the Plesetsk cosmodrome 800 kilometres north of Moscow.
*Russian physicists observe simulated dark matter forming droplets
Researchers developed a mathematical model describing the motion of dark matter particles inside the smallest galaxy halos.
*The Science Report
A new study warns that some weather conditions have been linked to an increased risk of heart attack.
The world’s oldest intact shipwreck discovered at the bottom of the Black Sea.
A four and a half thousand-year-old ancient Canaanite archaeological site destroyed by HAMAS terrorists.
Alex on tech looks at the Federal Government's new encryption bill.
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