First American Woman to Walk on Space Becomes First Woman to Dive Into Deepest Part of the Ocean
In 1984, Kathy Sullivan became the first American woman to walk on space, however, it seems that this is not enough for her. More than three decades later, she decided to become the first woman to dive into the deepest pit in the ocean.
$1 Million Rocky Mountain Treasure Found After Decades
A treasure hunt that has gone on for decades finally ends as the $1Million treasure hs been found. The identity of the man who found the treasure, however, remains hidden.
Asteroid as Large as Empire State Building Hurls Near Earth This Weekend
An asteroid which is as big as the Empire State Building is moving towards Earth. According to scientists, it may approach the planet by this weekend.
Dinosaur’s Final Meal: 110 Million Years Old Dinosaur Stomach Contents Unveiled
110 million years after its death, the mummified stomach of a dinosaur was was studied and its contents were unveiled. Here’s what the giant reptile ate before he died.
At-Home COVID-19 Testing Kits Available on the Market, Experts Question Accuracy
Coronavirus at-home testing kits are spreading around the market approved by the US Food and Drug Administration. Several factors limit the potential mass use of the kits, however, which include price and analysis.
European Wasps Beheads Flies, Bullies Large Animals in Australia
European Wasps have been spread through the entire country of Australia in less than two decades. The invasive species protect its prey by attack and beheading blowflies and deterring large dingoes.
2,000-Pound Female Great White Shark Swam Hundreds of Miles to Avoid Mating
The study of great whites is relevant to know how they live in the open sea. Females will give clues to how they travel while pregnant.
Coronavirus Weaker? Doctor Claims COVID-19 is Becoming Less Lethal
The novel coronavirus no longer exists in Italy. It used to have the 3rd highest fatalities tally in the globe.
SpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule Successfully Brings NASA Astronauts to the ISS
Elon Musk's SpaceX has successfully brought two NASA astronauts to the International Space Station. The mission marked the first time in ten years that space travel has been launched on US Soil.
Severed Body Parts of Chimpanzee in Germany Sparks Speculations, But Not Related to COVID-19 Research
A chimpanzee’s hand and foot were found in a German forest. Many speculations claiming it was part of a coronavirus experiment on monkeys rose, authorities, however, say this is unlikely.
[Video] SpaceX Launches NASA Astronauts Into Orbit, Marks a First for the Agency
SpaceX has launched two NASA astronauts towards the International space station aboard its Falcon 9 spacecraft
4,000 Year Old Squatting Skeleton Found By Archaeologists in German State
After recovering artifacts in a river in Germany, a group of archeologist made another remarkable discovery after they dug up a mysterious skeleton of a woman.
Asteroid Hit That Killed Dinosaurs With Fatal Angle May Have Caused Climate Change on Earth
A team of scientists used a supercomputer to simulate the asteroid impact that caused the doom of the dinosaurs. The study showed how it hit the planet at the deadliest possible angle.
Men With Long Ring Fingers are Less Likely to Die to Coronavirus, Study Claims
Long ring fingers in men is a sign that they are less likely to suffer severe coronavirus symptoms and death
FACT CHECK: Will a Hand Sanitizer Explode Inside a Hot Car?
Posts claiming that a hand sanitizer will spontaneously combust if left inside a hot car is circulating online. Here’s the Truth.