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Nasa spots strangely early “night clouds” over Antartica (Photo)

Nasa spots strangely early 'night clouds' over Antartica (Photo)

The blue clouds or also known as noctilucent clouds are seen hovering over the Antarctic earlier than usual. This “night-shining” clouds appear yearly over the frozen continent in late November or early December. According to a press release by the agency, “Data from NASA’s Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesosphere, or AIM, spacecraft shows the sky over Antarctica is glowing ... Read More »

First trailer Baywatch reboot The Rock Zac Efron (Watch)

First trailer Baywatch reboot The Rock Zac Efron (Watch)

Priyanka in the film ‘Baywatch’ is given top billing second to Dwayne Johnson, and has some really steamy scenes with him. The full trailer of the film, which is the newest edition of the 1989 series “Baywatch,” provides a sneak peek at the daily humorous lives of lifeguards of the Los Angeles County and their mission to reinstate the “Baywatch ... Read More »

New Spider-Man trailer reveals a new look and feel (Watch)

New Spider-Man trailer reveals a new look and feel (Watch)

The trailer of Spiderman:Homecoming is out and it has everything we hoped for, including Robert Downey Jr.! Featuring Tom Holland as the titular wallcrawler, the over-two-minute video opens with him saying, “This is my chance to prove myself,” as he flies to show off his upgraded suit. The trailer also offers fans the first look at Michael Keaton as the ... Read More »

Lasers reveal Franklin expedition diet, Researchers Say

Lasers reveal Franklin expedition diet, Researchers Say

Researchers using the latest technology have shed new light into the one of Canada’s most enduring mysteries, the fate of the crew on the doomed 19th century Franklin Expedition. Led by TrichAnalytics Inc. CEO and founder Jennie Christensen, the study suggests that severe zinc deficiency from malnutrition played a greater role than lead poisoning in the tragic demise of the ... Read More »

Four New Elements Have Official Names, Report

Four New Elements Have Official Names

The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) have added four new elements to the Periodic Table. Following a 5-month public review , the names of elements 113, 115, 117, and 118 were announced on November 28. Following a 5-month period of public review, the names earlier proposed by the discoverers have been approved by the IUPAC Bureau. The ... Read More »

Texas Sinkhole Kills One, Injures Two (Photo)

Texas Sinkhole Kills One, Injures Two (Photo)

A massive sinkhole in Texas swallowed two cars on Sunday night, injuring one person and killing a reserve deputy, officials said. The hole, estimated to be at least 20 feet deep, opened Sunday at the scene of a sewer main rupture on the southwest side of the city. In the dark, two vehicles unwittingly drove into the hole; the first ... Read More »

Meteorite reportedly crashes in West Siberia (Video)

Meteorite reportedly crashes in West Siberia (Video)

A meteor exploded in the sky over Khakassia in southern Siberia, early Tuesday morning, briefly turning the dark morning sky as bright as daylight, reports the Siberian Times. In the footage released on Tuesday, the meteor can be seen flying over the town of Sayanogorsk. According to local authorities parts of it landed in the nearby valley of Babik. Some ... Read More »