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*The potential risk of the Taurid Meteor Swarm
A new study claims the Taurid meteoroid stream could pose a risk to planet Earth.
*How the Formation of the Moon might have brought water to Earth
A new study claims Earth’s water arrived with Theia during the giant impact which created the Moon.
*Another meteor flashes across Australian skies
Hot on the heels of last week’s meteor which lit up the midnight skies of Central Australia – people across Australia’s southeast have just experienced their own celestial light show with a meteor lighting up the skies over Victoria and South Australia.
*Jupiter's unknown journey revealed
A new study claims the solar system’s largest planet Jupiter probably formed about four times further away from the Sun than where it is now.
*Dragon launches safely to the space station following test pad explosion
A SpaceX Dragon cargo ship has successfully launched to the International Space Station despite the earlier destruction of another Dragon capsule in a spectacular explosion.
*The Science Report
China is responsible for a rise in emissions of ozone layer-destroying chemical chlorofluorocarbon.
A newly discovered Australian Lizard species may already be extinct.
A new study claims women perform better in math and verbal tests at higher room temperatures.
Scientists find the earliest known fungi.
The CSIRO discovers gold-coated fungi.
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